Lets take a look at articles this week of August a bot thinks are for me
(ok these were the hits and not the failures.. hehehe)
1)Ma Nature still has teeth
‘It took everything’: the disease that can be contracted by breathing California’s air
a fungus in the dirt
“…. C. immitis is a dimorphicsaprophytic fungus that grows as a mycelium in the soil and produces a spherule form in the host organism. It resides in the soil in certain parts of the southwestern United States, most notably in California and Arizona. It is also commonly found in northern Mexico, and parts of Central and South America.C. immitis is dormant during long dry spells, then develops as a mold with long filaments that break off into airborne spores when it rains. The spores, known as arthroconidia, are swept into the air by disruption of the soil, such as during construction, farming, low-wind or singular dust events, or an earthquake. Windstorms may also cause epidemics far from endemic areas. In December 1977, a windstorm in an endemic area around Arvin, California led to several hundred cases, including deaths, in non-endemic areas hundreds of miles away. “
read at your own risk
it is not climate IMHO that is causing this
it is improper management of resources in the area by local and state governments..
make up your own minds
What went through my mind
Can be fixed, NASA should work with to develop protections and material for future explorations
incompetance in local governments not FIXING issues they have known about
Want to act like a nanny government
get the responsibilities to
this is about planning failure
with known elements
2)Social metrics measurement
A man felt betrayed after his girlfriend slept in the same bed as another man and then lied about it.
that sums it up
So what is the issue
is it just a hetro issue
If you think so you are
got you riled up yet
A & B in relationship
A ask B something
B lies about events
Da Lazy Scholar question
why is person A posting about this
Massive trust issues
Massive lack of life experience
person B’s Behavior is not acceptable
Broken trust here.
It is about trustworthiness
3)New government tools for use against here citizens
Bad.. Go sit in the corner
The fight against drought in California has a new tool: The restrictor
“Calabasas, CA (CNN)The pretty, cloudless blue skies over perfectly manicured lawns represent an ugly reality for California’s Las Virgenes Municipal Water District as it grapples with the historic megadrought ravaging the American West.
Despite a lack of any measurable rain in months, the carpet of lush, green grass likely means homeowners are either not getting the message about the dire need for water conservation, or they are ignoring the warnings.
But now, the water district has found a way to get customers’ attention. When customer service representatives are working in the different neighborhoods, they keep an eye out for any water restriction violations. And for repeat offenders, officials are trying something new: adding water restrictors to the pipes, which sharply reduce the home’s water supply.”
notice it is the residents fault this is being done
a very simple solution
“Desalination is a process that takes away mineral components from saline water. More generally, desalination refers to the removal of salts and minerals from a target substance, as in soil desalination, which is an issue for agriculture. Saltwater (especially sea water) is desalinated to produce water suitable for human consumption or irrigation. The by-product of the desalination process is brine. Desalination is used on many seagoing ships and submarines. Most of the modern interest in desalination is focused on cost-effective provision of fresh water for human use. Along with recycled wastewater, it is one of the few rainfall-independent water resources. “
no excuse bad investment of resources by Commiefornia governments
lack of planning
with enforcement on purchases
4)So cable evolved?? it is what it looks like
This is from piss poor management of resources by streaming services
we are paying for the behavior of ideaologues and the wasted money on their projects
go look at the inflation curve
Netflix is reportedly weighing plans to charge $7 to $9 per month for its ad-supported subscription, roughly half the cost of its most popular standard plan
- Netflix announced in April that it’s hoping to launch a cheaper, ad-supported plan.
- The company is considering charging $7 to $9 per month for that tier, Bloomberg reported Friday.
- Netflix’s Standard plan, which is its most popular, is roughly twice that at $15.49 per month.
Netflix’s ad-supported subscription tier could be less than half the price of its most popular standard plan, according to a new report.
The company is weighing plans to charge $7 to $9 per month for ad-supported viewing, Bloomberg reported late Friday. Under this tier, Netflix aims to air four minutes of commercials per hour, before and during programs but not after, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the company’s plans.
well with our original prices…
Corporate BS for
we lost a lot of money and are trying to stay afloat
Evolution and corporate lies
greed factor and mistakes cost money
5) Iced drinks a debate with actual ramifications
So is this person right or wrong
What type of brainwashing is taking place in the comments
the link is pissing me off in editing
“A customer at a restaurant called it “highway robbery” that her $18 alcoholic drink came with an ice cube block that took up the majority of room in her glass, admitting she received a “full glass” after complaining to the server. Her video on the ordeal backfired.”
I agree with her sentiment.. It is a tactic long used and a lot of people are trained to accept it..
the drink is overpriced
You may think I am an ass on this but no
Why have visual deception and why are so many people saying it is the norm
its called lying
why is it accepted
Think hard here about how this is applied to all products
advertisement and brainwashing examples
6) Nerds nerding
Techno bable, technobable, Tek na bauble, darkside!!
How to Securely Erase an SSD or HDD Before Selling It or Your PC
By Avram Piltch published 8 days ago
If you’re selling your PC or storage drive, you need to wipe it.
If you’re planning to sell / gift your old PC or just the drive inside, you need to secure erase your SSD or hard drive so that the next person can’t gain access to your files. It almost goes without saying at this point, but simply deleting a file doesn’t make it completely disappear. The operating system simply removes a pointer to the file, leaving all the bits in place, until the drive needs that space for new data and overwrites it. But that could take years or, if you have lots of free space, never happen.
this is relevant
but for different reasons then where your brain jumped
trust me history rhymes as I have heard said
Tech with other implications not in article
there is a science here and its very interesting
7) expertise versus why on the damn menu
They say that the customer is always right—unless said customer is going hog-wild on the build-your-own-pizza menu. Even for something as commonplace and as foolproof as pizza, there’s a right way and a wrong way to order it.
Just like there are wrong things to order at seafood restaurants, burger joints, and steakhouses, the same is certainly true at a pizza-centric restaurant, whether fast-casual or high-end.
Unlike seafood restaurants or steakhouses, though, where the taboo orders have to do with sustainability and cooking temperatures, the no-no consensus at pizza places has more to do with customization—and by that we mean don’t do it.
Any pizza spot that puts thoughtful craft and care into its recipes is one that customers can trust to put together a tasty pie with harmonious ingredients, cheeses, and sauces.
specialization vs generalization
ignored by the self appointed geniuses
This is actually very important article with a lot of far reaching effects as well
more science with hidden debate
but fools will say differently
8)fossilization is occuring with some companies, but my wording here is not really rellevant.. FOSSIL find!
Nebraska Fisherman Hooks 90-Million-Year-Old Fossil During Fishing Tournament: ‘Catch of a Lifetime’
Moore took pictures of the rock and posted them online, and the images soon caught the attention of people who recognized the skeleton as a fossil.
“It was like, ‘Uh dude. Did you know that’s a 90-million-year-old fossil that’s in that picture?'” Moore told WOWT. “I’m like, ‘What?’ “
Ichthyodectiformes is an extinct order of marine stem-teleostray-finned fish. The order is named after the genus Ichthyodectes, established by Edward Drinker Cope in 1870. Ichthyodectiforms are usually considered to be some of the closest relatives of the teleost crown group.
he caught a fish
very old fish
of note camera picture important
no way ties in with the above
9) train go vroom
link had to posted broken added a space
archive link good
Canada’s New All-Electric Train-Plane Hybrid Travels Faster Than a Jet
The new FluxJet will be quicker than a private jet and cheaper, too.
The Canadian start-up recently unveiled a hybrid between an aircraft and a train that it claims will transform travel in the Great White North. The fully electric FluxJet will be able to soar at more than 621 mph sans emissions. For comparison, that’s a little quicker than the average private jet or about three times faster than a high-speed train.
This will have to constructed to justify transfer to EV economy
if done new millionaires and companies will be made
This will be necessary if you believe in you climate issues
(the word has changed so many times I dont know which branch you practice)
the history of high speed transport is a must look
The weaving here is very simple
themes appear in each of the stories
you need them
but I cant give it all
As you sat having read this, well you atre getting a lazy education
these materials must be researched on your own for sources you trust
Da- Lazy Scholar