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Cake day: Oct 12, 2021


I suppose pointing out an obvious fact that explains people’s perceptions requires a formal academic paper now.

Weird that you should post this older blog post, because they just finished open sourcing this morning, here’s the repo

Precisely. California is in fact well known in setting new standards that other states follow, especially regarding car emissions. Actually even Massachusetts was following California, they were just faster to sign it into law.

This is just a youtube thumbnail. Watch the actual video by whatifalthist

Russia is the one that invaded here buddy, not NATO

I’m also looking for something like this, but it’s hard. Facebook is really hostile to apps like this, far more than say google, reddit or twitter.

Consider how much credibility I’d have if I babbled about Germany as “The German Federal Republic” (or, more extremely, translated it like you did and came up with “The Dutch’s Land’s Federal Republic”) or about the USA as “The American United States”. Extrapolate.

If the entire english speaking world did likewise with irrelevant exceptions then you would not lose any credibility. Calling it “The German Federal Republic” would tell me nothing more beyond that you are part of the english speaking world.

I don’t know enough about weaponry and military to answer that, but clearly aircraft carriers do serve an important role. Also what @Munrock@lemmygrad.ml said.

To establish naval control over the surrounding sea.

Newer search engines like neeva and kagi allow you to blacklist or downrank certain sites as well as the reverse. Try them, if you can. @Helix@feddit.de


This is more of a summary for a series of articles btw.

Community updates
1. The community now has a topic 2. The community now has rules ~~totally not stolen from the other one I moderate~~ 3. Though the discussion has currently been mostly about nuclear fission, please feel free to post about nuclear fusion as well. It is all nuclear power I mentioned in the announcement post that I want to make a wiki. Still stands. Lemmy of course does not have a wiki function like Reddit, so I just gotta figure out how I will do it. Suggestions are welcome.