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Cybes last won the day on May 12

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  1. Cybes

    What Did You Watch Lately ?

    Don't be put off by the title; he's no centrally planned economics communist - he's the owner of a very large yogurt factory, with many employees.
  2. Heya HB! LTNS man. If your weather is anything like mine, I'm impressed that you *can* helicopter atm. Currently 3c here, and feels like less. Kinda answered you own unasked question, there.
  3. Cybes

    Post Your Latest Real Life Purchase!

    True enough, but what bothers me is not that the coatings disintegrate, it's that you can end up eating Teflon (more accurately, PFOA, supposedly not used any more, but when some people are willing to put melamine in baby formula are we certain about that?) - and that shit is ++ungood. Like, eating cigarette butts ungood.
  4. Cybes

    how crap is this government ?

    You're talking about a man who thinks 'infinite' means 'very large'. Scope is not his strong point.
  5. Cybes

    Ladders. They hurt

    I have trouble standing on a flat concrete floor, let alone a ladder. Haven't been up one of those things for over 20 years.
  6. Cybes

    Cyberpunk 2077 - 48 minutes preview!

    Large bump to an older thread, here, but I think worth it in this case: Mike Pondsmith at E3 talking with Rob from Playstation Access about CP2077 - and a little about CP Red as well.
  7. Cybes

    how crap is this government ?

    Ordinarily, neither do I. But many others do, including a few who are actually worth reading - and who don't post on more sensible platforms. You don't need Twitter installed, your browser should cope as a reader.
  8. Cybes

    how crap is this government ?

    https://twitter.com/davidfickling/status/1131165015124242432 https://theconversation.com/explaining-adani-why-would-a-billionaire-persist-with-a-mine-that-will-probably-lose-money-117682
  9. Cybes

    how crap is this government ?

    Did you not just see me disagree with those conclusions? The numbers quoted, otoh, are not simply a matter of opinion.
  10. Cybes

    how crap is this government ?

    Because the Libs want all the credit for things going right, is why. If you aren't willing to admit that you're riding the wave of a surging global economy, then you don't get to claim it's the world's fault when it tanks, either. But, upon reflection, I think at least a chunk of the blame goes to the RBA rather than the reigning administration. Those guys are a government institution, sure, but they don't take orders from Treasury - and they do get to set interest rates, which can feed bubbles if not actually start them.
  11. Cybes

    how crap is this government ?

    Wanna tell me again how putting these clowns back in was more responsible than the alternatives? https://www.theguardian.com/business/grogonomics/2019/jun/06/the-government-has-run-the-economy-into-the-ground
  12. Cybes

    What a joke

    Well, yes and no, really. Have a look at the breathtaking power grabs our own governments have made over the last few decades, and most particularly since the Libs last took the reigns. Whoever gets in, they will cement their own position - it's just a matter of how far they're willing to go at one time that changes. I don't think I want to live in this country any more. But there aren't any others I'd rather go to either.
  13. Cybes

    i see dead people

    Aww man! I guess Avon really did end up going after all.
  14. Cybes

    What Did You Watch Lately ?

    Getting rarer all the time - the Pu for the RTGs isn't being made since the military nukes aren't being produced so much. All-solar missions don't have a nice toasty pile to snuggle up with. And it's true that vacuum is a great insulator. Getting *rid* of heat is a far more usual problem. But the aforementioned all-solar missions shut down everything but charging circuitry during nights or distant stretches, and those periods are long enough for radiative cooling to matter.
  15. Cybes

    What Did You Watch Lately ?

    Depends what you mean. There are twits on YT comments suggesting it for Earth-bound ones, and those guys are clearly stupid. OTOH, NASA likes to keep there electronics above the temperature where they stop working, so it makes sense for deep space-born stuff and rovers.