NSA stands for No Strings Attached
how do we fix it?
yes. yes it does!
having used it 3 times, it most definitely strips a layer of skin off. works for me! No way I'm scrubbing my face to exfoliate. man it would be hard being a girl
no, I was covering my tracks 'bro why do you facial mask??? lol are you a girl???'
I dont' know who those parties are. They actually present facts as they come in as opposed to having a bunch of 'experts' talk about nothing in particular.
talking about BBC-covered US-news
hm, good question. I only had problem on crt 72hz, but I've heard of that regarding LED LCDs strobing at low brightness levels ('flicker')
BBC. I'm ok with BBC
Oculus says any less than 90fps will cause motion sickness....
Does the Sony running at 60fps have this problem?
side note: Alex Vlachos is the head of something-or-the-other-VR-development at Valve and gave a fascinating presentation at GDC2015 which GDC Vault has kindly opened up viewing of for free. This is where parent's 90fps comment came from.
What I found particularly interesting was their use of interpolation combined with efficient stacking of GPU API calls in advance of the next V-Sync to ensure the GPU hits the frame sync immediately. Their pipelined architecture predicts 2 frames in advance, updates the predictions for the frames with the latest head-trajectory calculations right before dispatch, and can blah blah go watch the video. He's an entertaining personality, talks fast to keep you engaged, and covers the content quite efficiently. In fact, I'm going to go re-watch it right.
ugh its too hard to type what I was going to say
A medical centrifuge accelerates this process dramatically....
really? how long will it take you to filter sewage with a medical centrifuge?
And if not, then we need to look at other means of processing the water. Possibly some sort of industrial centrifuge would be a good idea?
Why why why does every single municipal sewage treatment plant on the entire planet need a massive upgrade because there are people out there who cannot stand the concept of having dead skin cells on their faces?
you shouldn't even need microbeads for facial skin exfoliation, acid masks are $15 for a bottle that lasts for like, a year. the acid dissolves the glue holding the dead layer of skin on, and then it slowly falls off. No exfoliation needed, just 5-10 minutes of applying the mask then rinse off.*
*I am a man. I looked into this as a means of regrowing/replacing skin that was damaged from acne when I was much much younger, so young in fact that I came up with my silly username
This isn't the first time that I've seen mention of this. If I'm remembering previous articles correctly, these beads are ending up being consumed by very small sea creatures, who cannot process them, who then are eaten by bigger sea creatures, who also cannot process them, etc, until they build up in large concentrations toward the top of the foodchain to poison those alpha predators. There's concern for humans that eat those largest animals too.
Honestly I'm surprised that they were legal in the first place, but if there wasn't an explicit law against them then I guess the companies that have manufactured and used them were free to do so regardless of any perceived morality on the matter.
I'm kinda disappointed, the Crest 3D toothpaste in the blue tube was the first one that actually manages to maintain teeth whiteness for me
never heard of that one. the three I've heard of are not open source. afaik
ok, so instead of a safely-powered gasoline drone, which is flammable, we'd have an explosive drone that crazies are tempted to shoot at out their window using pellet guns. poof! there goes someone's amazon delivery!
uhhh.... "so long as it's well-thought-out and stated in a civil manner "
yeah definitely still see plenty of well thought out civilly stated arguments get modded troll or flamebait because someone disagrees