2021.09.16 17:07 PJxP Wentz? Great guy never medum.
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2021.09.16 17:07 Araknhak All right, hear me out: What if soccer stadiums had water filled moats, to prevent idiots from running into the field?
First of all, this could hypothetically prevent lots of cases, since most people just don’t want to get wet. Second, for those assholes that still want to jump, the water would slow them down, giving security the time needed to grab them. So why not?
PS: For those who think that spikes or something, would be a better idea, just don’t.
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2021.09.16 17:07 ZZayos 20 [M4F] British Engineering Student looking for fun chill chats
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I'm well spoken and going into my second year of an materials engineering degree. I like to climb and have recently started taking up running.
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2021.09.16 17:07 Divya-6969 30 hot photos of Hemal Dev - actress from Vidrohi, Power Play and 1962 : The War in The Hills.
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2021.09.16 17:07 EricSchC1fr Barr Told Trump He Would Lose The Election Because People Think He’s An A–hole
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2021.09.16 17:06 BigManDeep Closing Tsumitate Nisa
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I started a tsumitate nisa account with SMBC about 1 year ago, but since then I feel I want to either terminate it, or change the amount withdrawn to much lower. Is either possible? If I terminate, do I keep the amount I gained from the investment (and is it taxed?)? Idealy i'd love to lower the amount instead since I started it out way too high.
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2021.09.16 17:06 heart_of_osiris Kenney really had the gall to say that COVID isn't predictable and that they've done their best. This needs to be regularly called out as a blatant lie.
Few things shock me about this government, as I have pretty low standards, but I have to admit, I was gobsmacked when Kenney had the gall to stand at that podium yesterday and basically say that COVID has been hard to predict and that they have done their best. Kenney will lie to our faces in an attempt to abdicate his responsibility in leading us to this point, so I hope everyone doubles down on appropriately blaming him for this mess, because where we have ended up today was widely and vocally predicted by experts. I hate how often I am able to quote or reference Orwell nowadays, but, "The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears".
On July 1 when he opened the flood gates, experts were screaming from the rooftops exactly how this would go. In fact, some of them had literal modelling already done to show exactly how this would go. Looking back on that modelling and that data, I'm amazed at how ACCURATELY it predicted this situation (and I have always had faith in the experts, but when I say they were on point here, they were REALLY on point). This wasn't just "oh they were kind of close" level of prediction. It was to a tee.
If any reporters are listening or reading this (I know some of you are in this subreddit), I really really really hope you can and will double down on pointing out that indeed, this outcome was predicted not by just one expert, but many. The data was laid down, visual data and charts were created, experts tweeted and screamed that this would happen literally the same moment that Kenney announced his opening plans. Do not let Kenney try to change the narrative. He set us on trajectory to end up here and then vanished for 30 some days while everything went to hell.
Rick Bell even encouraged and gave Kenney a chance to give us a REAL apology and in Kenney's own words, "I will not apologize". I'm furious at his refusal to take responsibility. I know that these sorts of politicians have a tactic to never admit making mistakes, but it's brutally obvious at this point who is responsible (looking at you too, Shandro and Hinshaw) and his refusal to admit so is insulting to all Albertans. It's clear as day who led us to this point.
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2021.09.16 17:06 Same_Q-Diff_Crypto Q: When did smart contracts launch on Tezos mainnet?
Hello Tezos community,
I'm having trouble finding the exact date launch date of smart contracts on Tezos.
Can anybody point me to official docs that state a date?
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2021.09.16 17:06 AndrussAlex What determines how long my ship will take to do a warp jump?
👨🚀 Greetings, Commanders!
👾 This post is made up by our fellow commander nicknamed u/HyperAnomaly, because of some troubles he asked me to post it for you c: So all the credits go to our friend! :) I just fixed some minor grammar mistakes and posted c:
Here we go:
TL: DR? See the conclusion at the bottom.
Previous posts have proposed that the warp jump time interval could be a function of the number of warp drives, ship mass, ship energy, or ship size. To my knowledge, no formula has determined the exact relationships, so I set out to figure this out.
Definition of variables:
T = period of time between warps
m = mass of the ship
E = energy production of ship
n = number of warp drives
c = number of cells on ship
f = warp drive factor (an upgradeable attribute of the warp drive)
Effect of the number of warp drives:
A fully upgraded Thane was run against three opponent ships. In run #1, the ship had 1 warp drive. In run #2 it had 2 warp drives, and in run #3 it had 3 warp drives. No other attributes of the ship are altered. The slight difference in mass of each instance of the ship when changing the number of warp drives was negligible.
Opponent ships were re-rolled until they were ballistic-only offensive compositions. This was done 1) because a lucky warp and laser barrage could snipe the warp drives and 2) because a previous dev post on Reddit has stated that ship AI may see a large incoming missile volley as a stimulus to trigger a jump. The Thane ship design had a massive amount of full ship shield coverage to ensure that the number of warp drives, ship mass, and energy production was constant for the early engagement (i.e. all initial ballistic volleys were fully absorbed by shields for the first few warp jumps).
Screen recordings were reviewed on my phone to determine when an event occurred (to the closest second). Numerous jump readings with jump time averaging were used to offset the integer time measurement limitation. Battles were run at 2x speed because I am impatient.
Average jump times:
Run #1: ~11 seconds
Run #2: ~7.5 seconds
Run #3: ~5.7 seconds
Prior to obtaining this data, I hypothesized that with mass and energy constant, the warp interval time period may take the form of T=T_0/(1+1/n) where T_0 is a constant. Why? Because this agrees with anecdotal evidence that doubling the number of warp drives does not half the jump time interval. It also is a very simple function that also exhibits the reasonable behavior of T going to a non-zero minimum time as n goes to infinity (this prevents near-instantaneous sequential jumps).
By rearranging the equation, we can isolate T_0=T(1+1/n). Since we proposed that T_0 was a constant, its value should be the same for each of the 3 runs above, and if we plug in the data we can test this:
Run #1: T_0=11(1+1/1)=22
Run #2: T_0=7.5(1+1/2)=11.25
Run #3: T_0=5.7(1+1/3)=7.6
We can see from this data that T_0 is not constant as we expected. However, we do know that all ship attributes are constant except for the number of warp drives, so we must have missed some functional relationship between T and n. Fortunately, there appears to be a simple ratio of the T_0 times above. Chiefly, we can see that the 2nd run time is half of the 1st run time and the 3rd run time is one-third of the 1st run time. This suggests that our original guess of T_0=T(1+1/n) needs to be modified to T_0=n*T(1+1/n). Once we make this change, T_0 comes out to a constant that is stable between the three runs.
Simplifying this equation gives us our desired result, how the warp time interval for a particular ship changes as a function of the number of warp drives added: T=T_0/(n+1).
Effect of ship mass and/or energy:
A standardized core skeleton of a ship was created that had excessive energy and shields, 4 chain guns, and more than half of the ship's internal volume empty for 1x1 armor modules. The skeleton mass is calculated. Three runs are then performed where the armor slots are either 1) steel armor, 2) solar armor, or 3) reactive armor. Since half of the ship’s internal volume is armor, the ships have greatly varying masses because of the base mass difference in each armor type. The number of modules is kept constant. The overall energy also varies because the three classes of armor each have different energy generation/consumption.
In each of these three experiments, I found no variation in the warp jump time interval with neither ship energy nor ship mass. Therefore, as far as I can tell, these factors do not come into play when determining the warp jump time interval. As a caveat, however, energy production would matter if it is less than total ship consumption since this will prevent the warp drive from charging.
Effect of ship size:
I hypothesized that for a constant number of warp drives, the warp time interval of different ships should take the form of T(c)=a*c+b where c is the number of cells on a ship’s schematics and a and b are unknown constants that are independent of both n and c. Performing experiments similar to those described above I found the following:
T(108) = 10
T(232) = 15
T(308) = 17.4
Performing a linear regression on this data gives an R^2 value of 0.9973, confirming the hypothesis.
Tying it together:
Since we now know T(n,c)=T_0(c)/(n+1) and that T(c) must be of linear form, we can combine this knowledge to yield T(n,c) = (a*c+b)/(n+1). Using known values of T(n,c) from empirical testing, we can use linear algebra to solve for a and b and find that a = 0.117 and b = 17.8.
There is an added complexity, however: the warp engine has a “warp factor” term that can be upgraded. Throughout all of my testing, my warp factor has been f = 12+2.52 = 14.52. Unfortunately, I cannot significantly vary my warp factor enough to determine its empirical effects. However, I suspect that it affects the *a* term above such that a = k/f which implies that k = 1.70.
Combining what we have determined, we arrive to the final equation:
T(n,c) = (1.70 * c / f + 17.8) / (n + 1)
T is the time between warp jumps in game seconds (running at 1x speed).
n is the number of warp engines installed.
c is the number of cells on the ship.
f is the warp factor (12 by default)
(warp time interval does NOT depend on ship energy or ship mass)
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2021.09.16 17:06 umar_naq1996 Creating a fantasy iPhone Wallpaper in Photoshop.
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2021.09.16 17:06 Lost_Tumbleweed_2203 Presenting the first #decentralized #betting platform focused on the future prediction of asset prices in the #crypto ecosystem
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2021.09.16 17:06 Buttcheeksofury Found this in a community park bathroom. The fact adults have to be reminded of this...
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2021.09.16 17:06 Turbo_Charged-95 Imagine getting cussed out by a little kid calling you trash when you carried hardcore. GG to the opposing ronin. My teamate was a freebie.
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2021.09.16 17:06 Angsty_Panda Kamen Rider
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2021.09.16 17:06 lividfrost PSA: Corrosion is NOT AS BAD AS IT LOOKS - Floor 11 Tips & Tricks
tl;dr - Since corrosion can't kill you off field, play as if every character is low HP Hutao. Or just use Barbara.
Corrosion definitely looks like a pretty scary mechanic on paper, but it's actually not too bad in practice. Just wanted to put out a quick tips & tricks post to help anyone who might be struggling with the new abyss.
First lets take a look at the actual corrosion mechanic:
When opponents are defeated, all party members will be affected by the "Corrosion" status. Characters being Corroded will lose a fraction of their HP every second. Active characters can be brought down by Corrosion. When non-active party members have less than 15%, Corrosion will no longer damage them. \Corrosion lasts 10s and can stack. The duration of each stack is counted independently. The duration resets each time you kill an enemy.*
A few key points to note here:
2021.09.16 17:06 Aegabberty For sale - anyone interested?
2021.09.16 17:06 rednemesis337 Earn Flexible
Hey does anyone know if I can put a coin on flexible earn and then keep adding the earnings(basically compounding) or do I need to de-stake it first from flexible and put the new amount? Original amount + weekly earning ?
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2021.09.16 17:06 Choice_Ad2544 Lesson learned
So the water will be shutting off tomorrow because I was dumb and counted on the money from the ctc. I figured I'd be ok taking my family out to eat because my kids have done so well in their schooling would be doable because the ctc was coming and that would pay it off. Spare me your life lessons as my dumb ass has already learned that the government is ran by drunk monkeys. And the IRS is ran by drunk monkeys with meth problems. That being said
Has anyone gotten any deposits today?
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2021.09.16 17:06 Quirky-Lingonberry27 Combining and operating on multiple metrics
If I were to have 2 metrics, something like:
And i wanted to show graph that would show the difference between these 2 (say at one particular time the aggregate sum of metric 1 is 40 and the aggregate sum of the second is 19, id want to see 21, or 47.5% or something - how could I set this up in grafana?
Keeping in mind, user1 would be a variable tag - id have the same info on user2, user3, etc. and I would want it to compare each metric that has similar user tags.
Thanks in advance!
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