Yall know that point in the book where the T-probe comes out? That is my all time favorite scene across the series. I really hope that the movies can get to this book because damn...that scene would be so awesome on screen.
Going through and getting rid of stuff that never got installed.
Also considering parting out a server with 16x16GB DDR3 ECC, 10x 3TB HDD's, 2x 4TB WD Gold, 4x Noctua NH-D9DX if there is any interest in those.
Prices don't include shipping on the switches, I'm shipping from 72715
I am of Sikh faith and it has taught me to respect, protect and love everyone regardless of cast , position and not to expect anything in return. In other words selfless service.
It blew my mind when I saw response tweets from India asking people to not speak in "India's internal affairs" ....
If anyone knows Sikh history, Kashmiri Pandits came to Guru Teg Bhadur Ji to save them from Aurangzeb. Without any hesitation he offered his life. Makes me wonder what if Guru Ji would have told them "It is your internal matter"
What would Delhi looked like today ? What would India looked like today ?
I'm aware of many of the pros and cons of using a thermoelectric generator instead of a vapor cycle. I'm wondering which if any is the critical reason RTGs seem to be exclusively solid state (or maybe my premise is flawed and there are mechanical RTGs).
Mass efficiency (electrical energy per mass). I don't know which way this would go. I imagine it's hard to miniaturize a power plant, but the system would potentially yield enough extra energy to make it worth it.
Reliability. Is it just too hard to make the moving parts reliable enough?
Ambient conditions. Something about the operating conditions of the device. Is it hard to make a heat engine work in a vacuum? Is it too vulnerable to changing environmental conditions?
Cost-effectiveness. Is a mechanical RTG theoretically better than a thermoelectric, but simply prohibitively expensive?
Good answers. Seems like (2) is our winner, since the mission length can run into decades with no maintenance.
I am interested in purchasing the TrendNet TEG-7080ES:
I am wondering if there is a way to secure the power cord? I see a hole below the power cord port, and I am not sure if that is for any form of retention mount.
I would consider unconventional ideas also. Thank you anyone for your assistance or ideas.
Guru Tegh Bahadur, the ninth Guru of the Sikhs, sacrificed his life for the welfare of people on November 24, 1675. It is on this day when he was beheaded by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. Often referred to as Hind Ki Chadar, which means Shield of India, Guru Tegh Bahadur is considered as the most selfless martyr.
The ninth guru was beheaded in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk by Aurangzeb. The Mughal ruler wanted to convert all Indians into Muslims. He wanted everyone to either take up Islam or else be prepared for execution. After this announcement by Aurangzeb, a group of 500 Kashmiri Pandits led by Pandit Kripa Ram went to seek help from Guru Tegh Bahadur at Anandpur Sahib On hearing the atrocities of Aurangzeb, Gobind Rai, the son of Guru Tegh Bahadur, declared that it is only his father who can solve this problem. The ninth guru of Sikhs readily agreed to help the pandits. He asked them to inform the Mughal ruler that if he is able to convert Guru Tegh Bahadur, then all people would follow the suit.
After Aurangzeb came to know about this, Guru Tegh Bahadur was arrested and presented before the Mughal ruler. Guru Tegh Bahadur clearly refused to take up Islam. As a result, he, along with his followers, were physically tortured for five days. In order to make him submit and convert to Islam, his followers were burnt alive in front of his eyes. Despite seeing that, Guru Tegh Bahadur refused to convert. As a result, Aurangzeb beheaded him at the Chandni Chowk square in broad daylight.
I listened to all the books leading up to and including heretics of Dune. I've done my best to absorb what I can. There isn't much I've missed I believe... Or believed until then end of HoD. My question to you guy guys and gals is this... Da fuq happened to the Bashar? (pardon my spelling I've only 'heard' the books not read them and don't know the proper spelling).
So they zap him with the 't' probe and suddenly he's the Flash. What the heck happened to him?
I personally don't care if you give me spoilers but others might. If you could please please explain it to me. I was super lost by what exactly happened to him.
FYI chipset is Marvell 88X3310P.
Equal adapters with same chipset: StarTech.com ST10GSPEXNB and Planet ENW-9803
Seem to have Linux support :-)
Max power-consumption: 6,1W (wonder how much in 2.5Gbit mode?)
Couldn't find any reviews :-(
I just want to hear and maybe implement how other people play.