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  • Honestly if this massive energy need for AI will help accelerate modular/smaller nuclear reactors 'm all for it. With some of these insane data centers companies want to build each one will need their own power plants.

    I've seen tons of articles on small/modular reactor companies but never seen any make it to the real world yet.

  • A cool guide about shrooms and LSD
  • Ego death is sort of a confusing thing and personally when I see people talking about it, I think that everyone sort of has a different type of experience related to it and they just all call it ego death.

    I definitely felt like I was going to die on higher doses but I wouldn't say I've had the steriotypical ego death experience either.

  • A cool guide about shrooms and LSD
  • Haha I would be all for it, depending on the dose we would have a very very significant amount of people die though. Imagine all the doctors, pilots, and other people performing critical roles suddenly start tripping balls in a hefty dose.

  • What universally beloved videogame you just can't enjoy?
  • I had a co worker a few months ago say they needed to head home to their second job after work, curious I Inquired further and it turns out he has just been busting out ~40 hours a week of destiny 2 for a few months now while also working 40 hours a week at our job.

    To be fair we work from home 2 days a week so I'm sure he had some cross over work/destiny time.

  • Ted Cruz gets bad news in Texas Senate race
  • I'm 25 so I have only been paying attention to elections for a handful of years now, but it seems like polls are something you can almost completely ignore in American politics, they don't necessarily seem based in reality.

  • Eat it
    OneDrive automatically backups folders in Windows 11 without users' permissions
  • To really switch to Linux people need to accept that for a good experience you may need to switch off some software to alternative software.

    This wasn't a big deal for me personally and I'm happy I use more open source software now, it can be a bigger issue especially if you need specific tools for work.

  • My bioluminescent petunia

    Not an ad or anything but I got it from if you're curious. Super cool product, I've been waiting for a company to successfully bring a bioluminescent plant to the market for a decade and it finally happened!

    CSS customization help request

    Hey all, I'm trying to remove the bar that has "REMOVE" spammed in red across it. Anyone able to provide some insight/help? Here is my current userChrome.css file

    #main-window[tabsintitlebar="true"]:not([extradragspace="true"]) #TabsToolbar > .toolbar-items { opacity: 0; pointer-events: none; } #main-window:not([tabsintitlebar="true"]) #TabsToolbar { visibility: collapse !important; } #sidebar-box[sidebarcommand="treestyletab_piro_sakura_ne_jp-sidebar-action"] #sidebar-header { display: none; } .tab { margin-left: 1px; margin-right: 1px; } /* Remove close button*/ .titlebar-buttonbox-container{ display:none }

    3D printed evaporative cooler drops mushroom tent temp by 12 f

    I'm just starting to get back into growing mushrooms and have a few Oyster blocks ready to fruit. Problem is the temperature in my house/grow tent is usually in the high 70's or low 80's (f), and the humidity is in the 30% range. I figured a swamp cooler could help with both of these problems.

    I've made DIY swamp coolers using a 5 gallon bucket in the past, and I nearly did that again this time, but I'm trying to learn CAD so I decided to try and make something and print it instead of DIYing a 5 gallon bucket. Besides the fact that the integrated tubing inside the print is basically impossible to clean it is working well!

    Here's the humidity and temperature graph over an hour after turning on the device.


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