2021.09.28 22:06 HistoricalShark What exactly does a larger red bar mean under Sharpness here? If the yellow and green bars are roughly the same between the two, does the red make a huge difference?
2021.09.28 22:06 ZachPC Pets and hatching
Hello, I just hatched one of my pets (it’s an Ice Hound ice pet) with a life pet. My question is, the life pet had really good life talents (which I’m trying to get) but when my egg hatched it was another ice hound and not the life pet like I had hoped. Can this newly hatched ice hound get life abilities (like life bringer etc)? Or will it only be able to get talents that are ice related (like a damage boost to ice). Thanks!
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2021.09.28 22:06 KyrostheWarrior The answer was KOTLET!!! (plus the remaining veggie mix paste my mom gave me)
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2021.09.28 22:06 afafafafaffafa Does temperature affect the optimal growth temperatures of bacteria such as streptococcus lactis?
I noticed that where I live (2800m above the sea, the average temperature around 19 celsius highest and 9 degrees celsius lowest), milk goes bad faster (pH lowers at a greater rate) when left at room temperature compared to when it is left in a hot environment (35C). I read that the optimal temperature of bacteria such as streptococcus lactis is 31.5C. So why is this?
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2021.09.28 22:06 Admirable-Disk829 rip greece
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2021.09.28 22:06 Parish87 Old Wife and friends scare forsen PogU (also went missing 5 years ago btw)
2021.09.28 22:06 turt1eking Gimli getting comfortable outside
2021.09.28 22:06 rutgersstudent2020 Have a buccal fat removal consult scheduled. Am I wasting my time?
2021.09.28 22:06 spencerb21 These orochi Dodge spammers need to go.
2021.09.28 22:06 SuperficialCoaster Even when the world is ending, Superman makes time to help one boy whose father died. Why I love Superman.
2021.09.28 22:06 Hickory1989 New EAD card is being produced [NIW EB-2, MSC21909]
Finally received the good news 30 minutes ago via push notification from Lawfully app. Below is my timeline:
I-765/I-131 Received Date: Feb 8th, 2021, National Benefits Center, MSC 21909XXX
Biometrics: July 14th (155 days after receive date), West Palm Beach, FL
New Card is being produced: Today. 09/28/2021 (232 days)
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2021.09.28 22:06 xyukachi My latest portrait drawing! What do you think? What could I have done differently?
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2021.09.28 22:06 CommonlyUncommon__ Long time lurker here, after a year of saving I finally joined the subie gang!
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2021.09.28 22:06 HardCapSandG For my 100th video, Griffin and I did a Faygo taste test and made a tier list! I hope you all enjoy!
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2021.09.28 22:06 OneSadKiddo I found this in the Amazon reviews on Mein Kampf…fuck you Andrew :)
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2021.09.28 22:06 Midsummer_nights 🍪 CHOCOSAVE + YSGOO12 💌💗 TOTAL: 14-17%
2021.09.28 22:06 Curious-Mail9302 California PE exam- Application review time
Hello everyone, I have a question regarding California Application process time. I have reached out to my reviewer to get a status on my application. The reviewer stated that my application has been approved and I will be receiving an email from my evaluator to schedule my California exams. Do you know who long it may take to get the email? Thank you for your time and responses.
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2021.09.28 22:06 Jazzlike_Piccolo4737 Does anyone know any Watch dogs legion lfg discord servers or something like thag?
2021.09.28 22:06 Isacobs_35160_LHM Si el Franco Suizo fuera la moneda hegemónica mundial ¿Cómo afectaría a la economía mundial?
2021.09.28 22:06 trafalgar_lawless The best part of the LOTR trilogy is at the very start.
I think that the best part of the LOTR trilogy is right at the start in the shire. There's something about Gandalf, the party, and the glimpse at the ring's power that resonates with me, and I don't really enjoy the rest of the story as much.
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2021.09.28 22:06 PCchopShOP [USA-MD][H] AMD Sapphire Dual-X R9 270X 2GB Graphics Cards [W] PayPal, Local Cash
Working pulls from a gaming Cafe in VA. They upgraded their computers to 1660's and these have been in their closet for a few years. NEVER MINED WITH according to the owner of the place and I will include a 30 day return warranty in case there are any issues.
2021.09.28 22:06 ExpressCan9536 Blu Joy phone for seniors is too complicated to use for my grandmother
I think the phone requires the user to navigate first thought the main menu to select the contact list, and then select one of the contact's phone number to be able to make a call, but that way is too complicated for my grandmother to use. I'd like to know whether there is an option or software update that allows the user so use the up/down button to navigate the contacts list directly from the home screen by default, and when a contact is highlighted start making a call to that contact directly without having to select one of the stored numbers for that contact. Please let me know is something like that could be done easily, because I'm afraid I'll have to give the phone to someone else and buy a new one for my grandmother if she can't use it.
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2021.09.28 22:06 legalslim cpu overheating
| so my I built my rig about 5 months ago and I just noticed that my cpu temps are noticeably high for idle, Its reaching 57 c. on average at idle. my stock fan is showing its at full speed all the time, I checked screws and its making good contact, Its not software I have checked through task manager. I dont know much about clock speeds but its showing clock speeds of 4100mhz all the time.|
ryzen 5 3600
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2021.09.28 22:06 gothicgrape4 Is anyone selling a ticket to Japanese Breakfast on Oct. 1 in SF?
2021.09.28 22:06 Gryphon66 Bigfoot "Skeptics" as Cognitive Dissonance
The topic of Bigfoot can be seen as a “cultural phenomenon” suggesting that the topic has taken on a life of its own and is spreading throughout our societal information space in multiple ways without any particularly intentional effort from any given party. In the last decade the Bigfoot character has become a common marketing tool or image for many different brands of goods, there have been multiple movies and television shows made, books written, etc. The image of Bigfoot is immediately recognizable across a large portion of the world even in areas where there are no reported sightings.
There are thousands of people each year who have direct experiences with the Bigfoot phenomenon in the wild … many of which are in high visibility settings by trained and credible professional observers. Not only have these have become so common that standard” descriptions of Bigfoot have developed giant-sized, hairy, broad-shouldered, powerfully built, conical head, bad smell, stooped walk, etc.) but also of note many of these physical characteristics have remained constant over a multitude of eyewitness reports that certainly extend over the last 250 years, and arguably, over a much longer historical period.
Yet there is still no body to examine according to mainstream science and media, very few good images, no incontrovertible DNA evidence, nothing that we recognize as Bigfoot in the fossil record, etc. There are footprints that have been studied by multiple experts which are strong indicators of an actual creature (or at least an actual foot) along with other physical evidence, vocalizations, howls, tree knocking, tree breaking. Hundreds of sighting reports each year add weight to the evidence that there is something going on out there, but many of us say “of what” to which a few who have experienced say “we know.”
Given that, what’s a reasonable person to think about all this? As with most topics, assuming that people are generally telling the truth as they understand it, there is a range of viable positions on the matter ranging from emphatic belief that the Bigfoot does not exist at all in any size, shape or form to the extreme of those who report that they have a relationship with one or more of the creatures referred to as habituation. There are also a group of experiences that are not in line with what we would expect from a natural biological creature (i.e., the “woo” factor – invisibility, cloaking, telepathy, interdimensional travel, etc., which are beyond the focus of this essay.)
I wanted to share some thoughts on the first extreme, the so-called “skeptic” the committed non-believer that isn’t really very skeptical at all but is rather on what often appears to be a crusade to discredit any account of the Bigfoot phenomenon, not only to deny the existence of Bigfoot, but to denigrate anyone who disagrees with their dogmatic absolutism. In a way they are like many other types of fundamentalist thinkers: what if we thought about the “anti-believers” in Bigfoot as the victims of incredible levels of fervor due to extreme cognitive dissonance.
This line of thought was inspired by another member in the Bigfoot array of forums, u/RU4real13 who wondered in one of the threads if the die-hard skeptics were not actually experiencers themselves?
Cognitive dissonance is a term from social psychology and is usually defined as “a mental state that causes feelings of unease and tension, that individuals attempt to relieve in different ways. Examples include “explaining things away” or rejecting new information that conflicts with their existing beliefs.” Source.
The theory was developed by Leon Festinger in the mid 1950s and was based in his studies regarding various cults and how the members of those cults dealt with the continual failed predictions of their leaders. He described it in this way: ”A man with a conviction is a hard man to change. Tell him you disagree and he turns away. Show him facts or figures and he questions your sources. Appeal to logic and he fails to see your point.”
Remind you of anyone?
So what do we do with that possibility? How do we use this information to help keep ourselves more sane in internet discussions and maybe keep more threads from getting pointlessly sidetracked?
Well, first of all, accept that there is a real problem, and that the individual is acting to reduce their own internal discomfort. It has nothing to do with whatever you said or posted that set them off. It has nothing to do with you, so try not to react personally.
One technique I try to use is “give a little, get a little.” I might acknowledge that, sure, there has been no Bigfoot body found that has been recognized or accepted in the mainstream ... because that’s just true. It’s factual.
Then address their continual claim that “anecdotal evidence is always discredited” or whatever variation on that they try to deploy. The fact is that eyewitness evidence is accepted every day across the country and around the world in courts of law, which is also a factual statement of equal weight.
They will attempt to define the terms of the discussion, many times by demanding that you answer loaded questions, or trying to inflict insults on you personally, or appeal to the great unspecified authority “Science.” Science doesn’t say a damned thing; people say things. Stick to the facts and to the things you know for sure. And most of all, don’t take it too seriously, most of these discussions are downright hilarious if you back away and look at the claims being made.
Anyway, just some thoughts. As always YMMV.
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