[-] [email protected] 4 points 1 day ago* (last edited 1 day ago)

Run the BIOS self tests.

Something's definitely broken (TPM errors, self test errors, graphical artifacts), but I can't tell what from the image. I would guess motherboard problems, or a subtly damaged CPU.

Could also be more then one problem in the case of over voltage (worst case consequence of PSU damage), or intermittent failure from under voltage (should be fixed with a new PSU).

[-] [email protected] 9 points 1 day ago

Nah, those are all drones that resemble dinosaurs.

[-] [email protected] 3 points 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago)

Seriously, what did he expect? The first thing you learn before getting a gun is to never assume a gun is unloaded or safe, even if you just checked it. Never point a gun at anything you do not want to shoot. As always, safety rules are writen in the blood.

I think it is highly unlikely someone gave him a gun without going over the basics of or of him intentionaly ignoring safety rules for the video.

[-] [email protected] 4 points 1 week ago

Like a kid trying very hard to sound like everyone else. "Eloquent bullshit generator"

[-] [email protected] 7 points 3 weeks ago* (last edited 3 weeks ago)

Prevent subprocess from killing itself until finished.

[-] [email protected] 8 points 1 month ago

It goes even deeper, mRNA controls ribosomes, which are mostly RNA.

[-] [email protected] 13 points 1 month ago

Well first off, how nice/tolerant is your management? Do you have savings? Some companies can fire people over this stuff, other will just ignore it.

The easiest (and least likely to make anyone mad) solution would just be to bring in your own machine and use celular internet. This way your setup will be completly seperate from the company network, and they can hardly claim you were exposing them to malware or anything. On the other hand you might have problems accessing devices like printers without copying files back and forth (are USB drives allowed?).

[-] [email protected] 14 points 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago)

Fuck around and find out.

Wikipedia says the damage from this is mostly heals after a few months, so they will probobly be fine. Will be an intresting few months though.

[-] [email protected] 7 points 1 month ago

Making decisions is the whole point of repesentives. If you don't like their choices, don't vote for them. Unfortunately, most places use first-past-the-post voting, which tends to result in 2 extreme parties, and people end up having to vote for the one that sucks less.

[-] [email protected] -5 points 1 month ago

Making decisions is the whole point of repesentives. If you don't like their choices, don't vote for them. Unfortunately, most places use first-past-the-post voting, which tends to result in 2 extreme parties, and people end up having to vote for the one that sucks less.

[-] [email protected] 6 points 1 month ago

Śnieg: snow

[-] [email protected] 6 points 1 month ago

These services, like most companies will store your data indefinitly, and can be hacked. You cound end up with your name, what ever infromation the service gave you, and contact info on the internet. This is not the end of the world, but something to be aware of.

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Other side:

Schematic:

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Graphite is normally very soft and slippery, and is even able to act as a dry lubricant when finely powdered, however many sources claim that graphite powder can be highly abrasive, to the point of potentially destroying milling machines. Does anyone know how such a soft material can abrade metals?

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A simulation based on maxwell's equations and ohms law of a very long circuit, demonstrating how current can seem to travel faster then light.

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A simulation based on maxwell’s equations and ohms law of a very long circuit, demonstrating how current can seem to travel faster then light.

This is actually the exact same effect as the characteristic impedance of a transmission line, while pulse is traveling down it, the transmission line will appere to have a particular impedance, regardless of what is on the other end.

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Position on piracy, etc. (discuss.tchncs.de)
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I am not familiar with the legal situation this instance's server and owner is in, are there any actions a user could take that could expose the operators to legal liability? Could the instance face problems if someone posts a link to pirated content? What about general discussion of piracy? Or any other possibly legally problematic content?

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More 2d simulations of Maxwell's equations, this time demonstrating 2 mechanisms of dispertion in a waveguide.

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RF Electronics (rfelectronics:discuss.tchncs.de) - a place to discuss the design, implementation, construction, and use of electronics operating at radio freqencies.

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Not exactly useful as the simulation is 2d, but cool.

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Not exactly useful as the simulation is 2d, but cool.

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