I used to code to happy hardcore...but I can't stand it now, as the music is all the same and very cheesy...liquid drum and bass, on the other hand, especially with consistent rolling beats, is perfect.
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Here - countless dark ambinet mixes, free to listen:
So "oontz oontz oontz" at 200 BPM isn't distracting, but "DIE DIE DIE DIE" at 200 BPM is? I don't understand
This is called ambient music. It's an entire sub-genre of electronic, and has existed in more or less similar form for 20 years or more.
You can find thousands of entire mixes of ambient music that are perfect for coding to (I listen myself ) on mixcloud under the tag Ambient:
Turns out it's also perfect music for exploring the galaxy as background music in a number of video games.
You are a crazy person.
It's possible the area was mapped previously or even visited in the 30's by that Morde person, but these Archaeologists are actually examining some of the artifacts, and from what they are saying it appears they don't correspond to any previously known artifacts from other civilizations of the time period. The Lidar mapping done indicated there were a number of cities along the river in this area that were quite sizable. They aren't ignoring the history of previous expeditions at all. The Atlantic article referenced areas T1-T4. Areas T2-T4 had been looked at previously, but not extensively or in any great detail.
The T1 area, where they found this city, had not been looked at previously; the authors stated that to their knowledge there had not been an expedition there because it was too hard to get to.
Why should we believe you then?
Which is why I moved away from Tulsa.
what is this i dont even
Don't forget his underrated first leading man big-screen role as Kid Monk Baroni, 1952...
"Leonard Nimoy is "Kid" Monk Baroni, the leader of a street gang who becomes a professional boxer to escape his life in "Little Italy" New York."
Hard to believe it's the same guy.
Lighten up, Francis.
The Mongols didn't do that; Tamerlane did, and it was 70,000.
We don't have a "justice system."
We have a "legal system." Just because the law was followed does not mean justice was done.
Why are you including all the people who ever lived in X?
Since Magic the Gathering keeps getting bigger and bigger, with more people playing it every year than before, you might want to pick another nerd pasttime to make fun of.