2021.09.27 17:37 Battlefield1995 Self-promotion Thread
2021.09.27 17:37 bigfootjustice [Haiku] Youngest Man On Earth
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2021.09.27 17:37 postphysique Your poop, when smeared, makes whatever it covers indestructible
2021.09.27 17:37 Lich_Vayne Yellow Fellows - Fast Growing Community With Amazing Art Work. Secure Your Spot In The Presale!
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2021.09.27 17:37 PuzzleheadedPilot74 If you can walk around with no issues, be lucky you are privileged
I cannot walk around without stabbing pain in my feet. I already spent thousands on failed medical treatments. Be lucky this isn’t you.
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2021.09.27 17:37 bondmemebond_2 Taken from FDS
Keep things in perspective - make an ‘ick’ list
I’ve been doing more casual dating these days and had an interesting observation recently; when a guy does something I don’t like, or when I notice something about him on a date that I don’t like, I have a tendency to forget about it pretty soon after the date is over, especially if it’s something quite minor. If the experience was a good one overall, I usually just recall those general positive emotions. If I keep seeing the guy, then I only remember those little things I disliked the next time we go out. This has gotten worse now that I’m dating multiple people at once and have less time to think about and reflect on specific people . I’ve started keeping what I’m calling an ‘ick list’ in my notes app which is just a short list of things I didn’t like during dates that otherwise went well (no point doing this if I’m not seeing him again anyways, so this is only for good dates).
For example this could just look like: [guys name] [date venue] - didn’t like the shirt he wore - should have tipped more - accidentally dropped a fork (clumsy)
The reason I do this isn’t really because I think this information is important (or else it would be a dealbreaker and I wouldn’t need a list, because there would be no second date) but rather because 1) Dating should be enjoyable, but during an overall positive date experience you still need to keep a critical eye. This encourages me to do that. 2) A small critical observation can seem like a bigger red flag upon further reflection, this encourages me to think more deeply. 3) Tiny annoyances can be okay as a once-off, but build up over time forming a larger pattern of behaviour. If you are forgetful or are busy dating lots of people it’s easier to look at the sum total of a persons behaviour if it’s all down in one place. 4) I can refer back to the list if I catch myself romanticising the experience too much, it keeps me sharp
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2021.09.27 17:37 BlindedDild [WTS] Tudor Black Bay Chrono Reverse Panda M79360N-0001 w/extra strap & B/P
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2021.09.27 17:37 BigMikeInAustin Solid-state silicon batteries could last longer and charge faster
Silicon is a highly desirable anode material as it has over ten times the energy density of current graphite anodes. The problem is that silicon anodes tend to expand and degrade quickly as a battery charges and discharges, particularly with the liquid electrolytes currently used in lithium-ion cells. That issue is mainly what has kept them out of commercial batteries.https://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/pressrelease/meng_science_2021
Meanwhile, the challenge with solid-state batteries (with solid instead of liquid electrolytes) is that they use metallic lithium anodes that must be kept at elevated temperatures (140 degrees F) during charging. That makes them less practical in cold weather, requiring heaters that consume valuable energy.
The solution to both these problems is a special type of silicon anode in a solid-state battery, according to the US San Diego team. They eliminated the carbon and binders typically used in silicon anodes and replaced the liquid electrolyte with a sulfide-based solid electrolyte.
With those changes, they demonstrated that the all-silicon anodes were much more stable in the solid electrolyte, retaining 80 percent capacity after 500 charge and discharge cycles done at room temperature. It also allowed for faster charging rates than previous silicon anode batteries, the team said.
Silicon anodes, of course, are not new. For decades, scientists and battery manufacturers have looked to silicon as an energy-dense material to mix into, or completely replace, conventional graphite anodes in lithium-ion batteries. Theoretically, silicon offers approximately 10 times the storage capacity of graphite. In practice however, lithium-ion batteries with silicon added to the anode to increase energy density typically suffer from real-world performance issues: in particular, the number of times the battery can be charged and discharged while maintaining performance is not high enough.submitted by BigMikeInAustin to DailyTechNewsShow [link] [comments]
Much of the problem is caused by the interaction between silicon anodes and the liquid electrolytes they have been paired with. The situation is complicated by large volume expansion of silicon particles during charge and discharge. This results in severe capacity losses over time.
In addition to removing all carbon and binders from the anode, the team also removed the liquid electrolyte. Instead, they used a sulfide-based solid electrolyte. Their experiments showed this solid electrolyte is extremely stable in batteries with all-silicon anodes.
By swapping out the liquid electrolyte for a solid electrolyte, and at the same time removing the carbon and binders from the silicon anode, the researchers avoided a series of related challenges that arise when anodes become soaked in the organic liquid electrolyte as the battery functions.
At the same time, by eliminating the carbon in the anode, the team significantly reduced the interfacial contact (and unwanted side reactions) with the solid electrolyte, avoiding continuous capacity loss that typically occurs with liquid-based electrolytes.
This two-part move allowed the researchers to fully reap the benefits of low cost, high energy and environmentally benign properties of silicon.
The study had been supported by LG Energy Solution’s open innovation, a program that actively supports battery-related research. LGES has been working with researchers around the world to foster related techniques.
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2021.09.27 17:37 Ok_Introduction5339 what shoe is it
2021.09.27 17:37 Ashen_Kagekiyo Прошло время, и этот мем снова актуален
Для ЛЛ, смотреть с 36:17
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2021.09.27 17:37 jookco Greg Triplett Death - Obituary News: Greg Triplett has died. Click link to read full story.
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2021.09.27 17:37 AislingAshbeck Unsure whether to pay for upgrade as I don't think the near East estimate is right. Is it worth upgrading?
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2021.09.27 17:37 BayouBlaster44 A tip for anyone fearing rollbacks, from personal experience.
It seems that the game likes to roll characters back to the last time you logged in. If you’re doing an extended play session in the same lobby (like leveling a new character through an entire difficulty). Make sure you’re logging out and logging back in every 30 minutes or so. I lost like 10 hours of gameplay because I was mindlessly blowing through acts and didn’t know rollbacks are a thing. Don’t make my mistakes.
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2021.09.27 17:37 Dan11Skywalker Suggestions for a top
2021.09.27 17:37 babatunde5432121 DMT IS STILL AMAZING!
2021.09.27 17:37 Stunning_Strike8566 FSOT: $13 shipped each, $22/2, $28/3, $70 for set
2021.09.27 17:37 Efficient_Egg_6642 Malu Trevejo Twerking Big Ass In Public Pool So Sexy
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2021.09.27 17:37 ZaZanel Is it a viable theory? Someone never think about it?
Finally, wouldn't this "real world" (2nd level matrix) be a creation of humans themselves for the purposes of "testing" artificial intelligence, etc. ... that in fact machines are not controlling the world and that humans are still the bosses of the world?
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2021.09.27 17:37 cheeselouise00 If you go to Google Street View on the Fr Ted House, there's a fella standing at the gate with his fly down.
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2021.09.27 17:37 YZXFILE “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and
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2021.09.27 17:37 Efficient_Egg_6642 Malu Trevejo Twerking Big Ass In Public Pool So Sexy
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2021.09.27 17:37 IsARamdonUser Bruh
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