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SpaceX's Starlink May Be Keeping the Ozone From Healing, Research Finds
  • Yeah, PFAS comes to mind. It took decades to confirm it's harmful to humans but at this point it is everywhere and hard to get rid of. Worst part is they try to use other chemicals to replace PFAS, but again how harmful they are we don't know and we will learn that decades later too because companies don't want to make long term research before releasing the product. Enviroment shouldn't be a billionaire's testing ground.

  • What do you think of this prediction?
  • Valve is a private company whereas GOG belongs to CDProject - a publicly traded company. GOG might want to fill the void but they're more likely to do dumb, shortsighted decisions in contrast to Valve.

  • Turning Point USA is promoting drinking raw milk amid bird flu outbreak
  • Democrats should start promoting basic safety/health measures like don't look into the gun's barrel, take your heart medicine, don't insert forks into a socket, etc. so that Conservatives can kill off their voter base more efficiently by being contrarian.

  • A Cool guide to Cistercian Numerals
  • I like that a lot of numbers for each power of ten are made by overlapping the previous numbers with one or two. It makes me annoyed though that three is not made by overlapping one and two, because the system would still work. Aside from that it's just a decimal system limited to four digits disguised as a single symbol.

  • Is it possible to use Linux without the command line?
  • "GUI makes easy tasks easier, CLI makes hard tasks possible". I'm a Debian user and lately I haven't been touching terminal at all, unless it's an inherently terminal task like programing. My only complaint now is that when I did an grub update my config file got reverted to the defaults. All of a sudden I couldn't boot to Windows from grub because os-prober got dissabled (I'm dualbooting). Fixing that is not hard, as you only have to uncomment one line in the config, but it's annoying that it happend.

  • I'm writing this from a crappy laptop with 2GB of RAM and a dull screen.
  • Most of the abstractions, frameworks, "bloats", etc. are there to make development easier and therefore cheaper, but to run such software you need a more and more expensive hardware. In a way it is just pushing some of the development costs onto a consumer.

  • :3c (xm) rule


    German Ninja T(rule)tles


    Albert Fish - American serial killer, rapist, child molester, and cannibal who committed at least three child murders from July 1924 to June 1928.

    The most insane wikipedia article I know. Many paragraphs describe events that seem like the worst thing that could happen, but then the next paragraph is somehow worse.


    French demon core crock (rule)

    Inspired by

    alt text: The image shows a French butter crock where the butter has been replaced with a demon core. Labeled are the lid, crock, water, and demon core. The water surrounding the demon core is emitting a comforting glow of Cherenkov radiation.