Synthetic cannabidiol, the main nonpsychoactive component of cannabis, has been shown to kill the bacteria responsible for gonorrhoea, meningitis and legionnaires disease, and could lead to the to the first new class of antibiotics for resistant bacteria in 60 years. imb.uq.edu.au/article/202…
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I made an impulse purchase yesterday, never had such a brand new top spec component before
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TIL Honeybee venom rapidly kills aggressive breast cancer cells and when the venom's main component is combined with existing chemotherapy drugs, it is extremely efficient at reducing tumour growth in mice abc.net.au/news/2020-09-0…
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Been a PC hardware enthusiast since I was a kid and had my first job at a PC repair shop. Now at 31 with some exposable income I'm supremely annoyed at the current situation with regards to stock and pricing of components.

What a crappy time this is. Just really, really crappy.

First off, stock for most of the new PC components, including CPUs and GPUs are non existent and have been for a long time. Secondly, when they are in stock, it is fleeting and they are incredibly overpriced. I had hoped that being a bit more patient and waiting until the new year things would improve somewhat, but here we are in the new year and it's the same as it ever was, if not worse in regards to the pricing.

A 6800 XT for 1000-1100 Euros? REALLY? How in the hell is this even possible, let alone acceptable. It's beyond a joke. This generation was really interesting to me because we have seen some marked performance improvements at what seems to be a reasonable price, if we take a 6800XT at around 650€ as an example. It is still pricy, sure, as I remember being able to get top tier cards for around 400€, however comparatively that seems like an utter bargain when all the actual available cards are priced at nearly double that.

Absolutely infuriating and completely disheartening to me, as I'm super eager to finally upgrade and enjoy the current generation of games at the best possible quality.

My current setup consists of 2 GTX 970s in SLi. Far from ideal since SLi is dead, and also it is really starting to show its age in new titles at 1440p, however it has served me well for a good few years. Now it comes time make a meaningful upgrade that would be an absolutely massive difference and I can't do it. I haven't been able to for months, and I have been regularly checking stock levels.

The same with a PS5 - where are they? I can't remember any time before where things have been apparently so limited and so inflated in price. This whole period has really bummed me out and made me far less enthusiastic about the whole PC and gaming scene.

It looks like by the time stock returns to some kind of 'normal', if it ever does, then we'll be looking forward to series refreshes or new models, and the whole cycle can start over again.

So when is the end in sight? When can we actually buy some damn hardware? I just can't fathom any more how this awful situation keeps prolonging itself.

Edit: my income isn't a serial flasher that likes to expose itself, I'm gonna blame my mobile keyboard

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Here's my Frankenstein build. I got fed up with the pc case industry so I designed and 3d printed one. I wanted something I can carry with handles, components easily accessible, full size components, full custom water cooling loop. No RGB at all. I7 8700k, rtx 3900 strix, aquacomputer rad/rez/pump. reddit.com/gallery/kj49c8
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Putting curse words in your sentences isn’t a sign of low intellect, being lazy or unnecessary. Cursing is a necessary language component

I think cursing is an element of language that is extremely valuable.

Expressing emotion is one of the biggest factors of language, and sometimes your emotions are so big, regular words just don’t do it. I don’t promote constantly using them, but the fact that these words are taboo make them very influential. I think there should be words like that, so when we use them, there’s emphasis.

For example, saying β€œget over here!” Simply doesn’t hold up to β€œget the fuck over here”. It communicates a sense of urgency which would be difficult to express otherwise in a quick and concise phrase.

Of course, there’s always tone of voice to convey the same things that cursing does. But some of us don’t have that ability.

Personally, I struggle with tone of voice. My voice is flat and monotone, and my facial expressions aren’t very expressive either. My voice is naturally quiet and it gets no ones attention. So cursing, when used sparingly, is a powerful element

Edit- thank you for all of the responses and rewards! I appreciate it all :)

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"Major Component Failure": Space Launch System Hot Fire Aborted 2 Minutes Into Test
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September 22, 2020 Colfor Manufacturing plant burns to the ground in Ohio after a hydraulic line on a press broke spraying oil onto the hot components in the press and igniting a fire. The building was destroyed, no one was injured and the presses are still in working condition after the blaze. reddit.com/gallery/kwpylr
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Spent a bit of time wrapping some components in brushed aluminium vinyl. Did the radiator, GPU mount and mocked up a few shrouds in acrylic and cardboard to hide some of the PCB and cables.
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The individual components that make up a Swiss Army Knife
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I called $GME about PC hardware, here's the audio! PC Gamer Components are coming to GameStop.

I called the shipping hub for the GameStop stores in my area, and an associate confirmed that gamer PC hardware is coming! That among some other cool details. Another associate from another store confirmed that streaming hardware will be coming first if not already in store, but actual internal components are scheduled when some stores get a new "face" it sounded like she said? I'm guessing the 1.5 tier stores will somehow reface themselves to indicate they are PC gaming oriented stores? Likely regional hubs I'd assume. They adopted a similar shipping and delivery model to Auto Zone and Advance Auto if I recall correctly. Sounds like a moon mission to me! πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€

I have trimmed the front of the audio file to protect the associate, and beeped our specific location area. Yes I am aware my phone and poor editing skills make me sound 13, but before you shit on me let me ask did you call and post it today? 😎

https://mega.nz/file/9jRV2S5I#h1HR_5jmufioO691XjcUi3iAD-9z1QHjjfbJu_w_OWk

Edit: I'm going to trim and edit the audio from at least one other store. Two people noted "faces", but one of them also knew a little about hardware so I'll upload that as well.

Edit #2: Here is the 2nd recording. The reps audio was low, and I am not a sound engineer but I did my best.

https://mega.nz/file/Iq4ABRoA#COo0J3UuoJ4o9SyTAv1L-enlL1eYA23htsIkzfuGZRs

Edit #3: can people tweet this @RyanCohen to get some exposure. Of course he can't say much, but the silence will tell all. I'm not the social media type, RC is one of like 6 people I follow but this gaining traction could be huge.

Edit #4: I had a wet dream last night that Ryan Cohen brought John Legere on board. Can you imagine? That dude is wild.

I should also note, someone else posted this rumor. I simply put in a little effort. I did not crack this myself.

Legal note I apparently already need to make, I live in a one-party consent state for telecommunication recording and I will be removing all personal and specific local area references.

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One of my players just gave the perfect in-game explanation for verbal and components

So on last night's session, the characters were doing a long rest on a campfire. They start to talk, and soon the subject became magic. The fighter of the group asks the wizard and the ranger why do they say funny words when they do magic (my caster players like to actually say incantations out loud when they cast, which I totally love). The sorcerer just said "saying the spell out loud helps me focus".

But then the wizard came up with this explanation:

"Well, you see. The weave that suffuses the multiverse is somewhat sentient, maybe because of the fact that it's guarded by Mystra. Some even say that Mystra is the Weave. Every sound that exists, every word spoken, vibrates the weave on a certain way. My theory is that the weave has some sort of 'memory' that associates words and sounds with important events. And thus, we harness that memory. "

At this point the Fighter had this face of confusion, so the wizard continued:

"Alright, imagine that there is a huge plague, that is super contagious and is killing a lot of people. And let's say that everytime someone dies, someone says 'Fuck'. When they're about to die, they say fuck, when they see another person die, they say fuck. When they're at the funeral, everyone says fuck. Becausw the word 'fuck' is being used a lot in such an event of death and misery on a massive scale, the weave will asociate the word fuck with death and plague. A couple of centuries later, there may be a wizard that, while researching a new spell, discovers that the common word 'Fuck' evokes a necromatic aura on the weave. And thus, someone can cast a spell by saying Fuck. Or any other word, really."

"so I can make fire magic by saying my name if I cause a wildfire and shout my name a lot?"

"Well... Fire has been used since the dawn of history, so there are a lot of words and sounds to use that evoke fire and heat. But... I suppouse if the wildfire is big enough and enough people shout your name, then your name might become a verbal component for a wildfire spell"

"Hell yeah, let's burn some stuff after this mission"

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Bungie as a veteran Destiny player, I have over 2k Mod Components and I have no idea what to do with them.

I have unlocked every single mod in the game as I have played since year 1.

Can we please find a use for them? Or allow us to break them down for weapon telemetries or something.

Thanks!

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After 3 years of getting components together i finally completed my rack :)
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Double standards is a key component of being a liberal.
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Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983): Darth Vader's skeleton is briefly visible from several different angles when struck by the Emperor's lightning. Many artificial components are visible, including his mechanical right arm, a respirator, and at least 3 replacement vertebrae.
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Gabe Newell says Index supply is limited by competition for components since Covid-19 tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-z…
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This roofed storage component full of sliced logs in the middle of a prairie preserve in Nebraska.
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This is a homemade USB to SATA adapter, starting with a broken adapter board, busted components replaced, 12V adapter port for desktop drives, heatsink installed and dissipating heat through the custom made sheet aluminum casing, all sealed together in hot glue. reddit.com/gallery/l24lp6
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Anyone else notice the Rare Item Components are just stacked Arduino Uno's?
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Imagine spending thousands of eddies, hundreds of crafting components, and dozens of grind hours getting a legendary crit mod on every clothing item, only to learn they don’t stack.

Yep. That’s me right now. They couldn’t have at least included some kind of warning? Or better yet, just don’t allow the player to equip multiple copies of an un-stackable mod? I mean, was it not reasonable of me to assume they stacked just by virtue of being able to equip more than one? Now I have several clothing items with a wasted mod slot. Guess I’ll just make-believe they’re doing something until I find replacements.

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Is there a market for bespoke home automation components? You may recall I built this interface to our home that speaks, rings, and lights regular alerts. It has tasmota at its heart so is hardware based and easily interfaced with Home Assistant. Is there a market for me to make this kind of thing?
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When you "disassemble" alcohol into components
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Does any one else feel like mysterious components shouldn’t count as item storage?

I have max item storage and still find my self in a struggle to balance a healthy amount of each items. However I find my self having to ignore grunts or even Jessie and James because I don’t have item space for the components.

Or if I do battle them I find myself not realizing I’m out of space and miss out on receiving a component.

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Wayne Hale on Twitter - MCF callout (Major Component Failure) twitter.com/waynehale/sta…
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This component inside all my smart plugs is whining, if I touch it the sound modulates (rises), and If I get with my hand around the plug plastic body, the noise is dampened. (when ON, the sound frequency increases) Is there a way to stop this disturbing noise? Thanks in advance for the insights!
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17' toureg. All interior components inop except radio. Tire pressure module took down the whole CAN bus.
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My first time working with 0603 SMD components, and I don't have a microscope. Please rate my work! reddit.com/gallery/l1bz9d
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Effects of Coffee and Its Components on the Gastrointestinal Tract and the Brain–Gut Axis mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/1/8…
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observations on the fun factor of TF2's shooter component compared to Battlefield 5

I was playing Battlefield 5 today and was getting endlessly angry at all the amount of BS deaths that happen (I sparsely get angry at TF2.) Nearly invisible mines, tanks sniping you, snipers sniping you, insanely fast kill times, guys shooting at you who are made nearly invisible by awful blinding lighting and shading, etc. Not to mention the awful maps with huge sightlines that allow for campy behaviour, among other issues.

My point in this post is it made me really appreciate how great of a game TF2 is because almost every death feels deserved and not the result of bad maps and balancing. In this game there is very little you can't do to predict and outmaneuver opponents. Classes and teams are very well indicated by silhouette and colour, and it's easy to predict which weapons will do what and how to play according to your class and situation against them. It makes TF2 feel much like a tug of war, a game of positioning and methodical tactics in order to catch your enemies mistakes and take advantage of them.

Games like Battlefield feel like a clusterfuck kill farm with no sense of order/strategy beyond having perfect muscle memory, basic awareness, what vehicles to abuse for free kills, and where are good spots to camp out. Fun if you like chaos but no real attractive or compelling gameplay beyond that, and quite frustrating too.

In conclusion, I find TF2 and games like it to be much more enjoyable because it is a better balanced game with better maps, class balance, simple but communicative texturing/lighting, slower gameplay, and provides ample chances for counterplay/retreat as situations provide. The gameplay really does offer a fun and challenging experience for almost any class on both the receiving and sending end of the classes, and provides, through many smart aspects of game design, all the tools to do well in the game.

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No, you can't use verbal or somatic components while bound and gagged. Yes, that spell uses those components too. No, this isn't a "personal attack" against you.
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[React] How do you structure your Components directory? I have a lot of components now and I have no idea how to separate them into different directories.
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Spell components too
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First time modding a pc component, what do you think? reddit.com/gallery/l23fow
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Just bought this beauty. All A rate components. Costed me half a billion. Now ENGINEEEEEEERING!
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Dancing around material component requirements be like
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Deconstructing exotic should give more than just 1 exotic component.

With the arrival of Optimization station, I think exotic should give some optimization materials as well.

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Have you ever thrown out a component to improve gameplay?

What was it and why? For example: a card with flavor text that ruins immersion.

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What is your yearly expense and where do you live? What’s the biggest component of your expense? And for whose that have reduced their expense significantly, what did you do?
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Why aren't we allowed to store extra Mysterious Components if we defeat Rocket Grunts while having an unequipped Rocket Radar?

Title is pretty evident. I believe we should be able to store extra mysterious components when we already have 6. We are obviously able to buy multiple Rocket Radars for coins, so we should be able to get more than one outside of quest rewards. If I defeat 18 grunts I deserve 3 rocket radars.

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In case you ever wondered what frequencies are contained within richs laughter, here is spectral analysis of him laughing for one second. The Y axis contains the frequency components in Hz reddit.com/gallery/l1gdtd
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We are open sourcing our fast React Data Grid component

We needed a fast and pretty grid component for our product, Glide, after growing out of our pretty, but slow one, and we built it with the goal to be open sourced right from the start. This is the first time we're announcing it anywhere. Please take a look, give it a try, and tell us what you think!

https://github.com/glideapps/glide-data-grid/raw/main/features.gif

We implemented the Data Grid using HTML5 Canvas for optimal performance. It has been tested with millions of rows, and we can't wait to get feedback from the larger React community. We know the Data Grid is still very young and we're looking to improve and mature it to support more use cases beyond what our core product needs.

Features

  • Supports multiple types of cells, Number, Text, Markdown, Bubble, Image
  • Editing is built in
  • Resizable and movable columns
  • Variable sized rows
  • Multi and single select
  • Virtualized data sources are supported
  • Cell rendering can be customized

Links

Example

First you need to define your columns:

const columns: GridColumn[] = [
    { title: "Number", width: 100 },
    { title: "Square", width: 100 },
];

Next you need a function which, given column and row indexes, returns a cell to display. Here we have two columns, the first of which shows the index of the row, and the second the square of that number:

function getData([col, row]: readonly [number, number]): GridCell {
    let n: number;
    if (col === 0) {
        n = row;
    } else if (col === 1) {
        n = row * row;
    } else {
        throw new Error("This should not happen");
    }
    return {
        kind: GridCellKind.Number,
        data: n,
        displayData: n.toString(),
        allowOverlay: false,
    };
}

Now you can use Data Grid:

<DataEditorContainer width={500} height={300}>
    <DataEditor getCellContent={getData} columns={columns} rows={1000} />
</DataEditorContainer>
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For archival purposes, here's a list of every spell in the game whose material components have a gold cost

Cantrips:
Booming blade - 1sp weapon
Greenflame blade - 1sp weapon

1st-level:
Ceremony - 25gp powdered silver
Identify - 100gp pearl
Illusory script - 10gp ink (consumed)
Chromatic orb - 50 gp diamond
Find familiar - 10 gp of incense (consumed)
Protection from evil and good - Powdered silver/iron or holy water, no cost (consumed)
Snare - 25 feet of rope, no cost (consumed)

2nd-level:
Augury - 25gp sticks/bones
Continual flame - 50gp ruby dust (consumed)
Warding bond - 2 50gp platinum rings
Magic mouth - 10gp jade dust (consumed)A
rcane lock - 25gp gold dust (consumed)
Detect thoughts - 1cp copper piece
Immovable object - 25gp gold dust (consumed)
Fortune's favor - 100gp white pearl
Summon beast - Animal products in a 200gp gilded acorn

3rd-level:
Clairvoyance - 100gp focus
Glyph of Warding - 200gp diamond dust (consumed)
Revivify - 300gp diamond (consumed)
Magic circle - 100gp silver and iron or holy water (consumed)
Nondetection - 25gp diamond dust (consumed)
Shadow of Moil - 150gp eyeball gem
Summon fey - 300gp gilded flower
Summon shadowspawn - Tears inside a 300gp gem
Summon undead - 300gp gilded skull

4th-level:
Leomund's secret chest - 5,050 gp chests
Divination - 25gp offering (consumed)
Stoneskin - 100gp diamond dust (consumed)
Summon aberration - Tentacle/eyeball in 400gp platinum vial
Summon construct - 400gp lockbox/stone
Summon elemental - Elements in a 400gp gold vial

5th-level:
Dawn - 100gp pendant
Infernal calling - 999gp ruby
Reincarnate - 1,000gp oils (consumed)
Teleportation circle - 50gp chalks (consumed)
Steel wind strike - 1sp weapon
Planar binding - 1,000gp jewel (consumed)
Legend lore - 250gp incense (consumed) and 200gp ivory
Hallow - 1,000gp incense (consumed)
Raise dead - 500gp diamond (consumed)
Greater restoration - 100gp diamond dust (consumed)
Scrying - 1,000gp focus
Awaken - 1,000gp agate (consumed)
Summon celestial - 500gp golden reliquary

6th-level:
Soul cage - 100gp silver cage
Contingency - 1,500gp statuette of self
Guards and Wards - 10gp silver rod (consumed)
Drawmji's instant summons - 1,000gp Sapphire (consumed)
Forbiddance - 1,000gp ruby dust
Circle of Death - 500gp Black pearl dust
True seeing - 25gp ointment (consumed)
Create homunculus - 1,000gp jeweled dagger
Programmed illusion - 25gp Jade dust
Heroes' feast - 1,000gp jeweled bowl
Magic jar - 500gp gem or container
Find the Path - 100gp tools

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It's about time Beyond the Grid invites Angela Cullen for an interview. She's clearly a key component in Hamilton's success and it would be great to hear about her journey to the grid.
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My first foray in to this world. An entry level system composed of all British components.
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The SCR 2018 is a fine example of this philosophy: built on the Porsche 964 base, it keeps the shapes but doesn’t share any component. It is based on a lightweight carbon monocoque chassis and the engine it’s a water-cooled NA 4l flat six which produces 503 hp and pushes the car up to 320 km/h reddit.com/gallery/l2t34l
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My first foray into SFF components reddit.com/gallery/kwiqa1
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