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Christopher Ingraham Oct 7
Replying to @_cingraham
Beer companies alone would pay a mint to coat their cans in this stuff, can you imagine? BUD LIGHT with SKYCOOL TECHNOLOGY it's time to launch warm beer INTO THE SUN
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Pinboard Oct 7
This is elementary thermodynamics
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Christopher Ingraham Oct 7
Replying to @Pinboard @mattdpearce
IT IS WITCHCRAFT
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Andrea Matranga Oct 7
Replying to @_cingraham
Is it a directional thing? It rejects IR from the direction of the sun? But radiates efficiently towards empty space?
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Christopher Ingraham Oct 7
Replying to @andreamatranga
it involves like midichlorians or some shit, i have no idea
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Rebecca Powers Oct 7
My refrigerator is broken and likely replacements are out of stock. How can I access this?
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Mike Thompson Oct 7
I feel like this is how the Borg find us
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ZZFontesZZ Oct 7
see? magic solutions!
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Hi Oct 7
Two things are clear to me: one, if we are to combat climate change, we are going to need to functionally do something (like this). Two (and most importantly): we need to make sure we do it gradually or we will cause some serious climate activity. Equal/opposite reactions, etc.
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ThelionofGiro Oct 7
I've accepted for a while now that we aren't really going to stop climate change and therefore we will either collapse or end up going with active after the fact mitigation strategies.
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