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Degeneracy submitted by fluxusp to funny

seeker 0 points 29 points (+29|-0) ago

Image warping to get around meme AI?

Study Says Watching the Kardashians Actually Makes You a Worse Person submitted by Kannibal to science

seeker 0 points 19 points (+19|-0) ago

Title is sensationalized. The actual finding was pro- vs. anti-welfare attitudes. Seeing pictures of glamorous celebrities and riches reduced welfare sympathy. As it should be. Everyone should work hard and build their lives as best they can, and no-one is entitled to anything for free.

Ami Horowitz: How white liberals really view black voters submitted by guinness2 to videos

seeker 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago

What's sad is that the white people interviewed are recommending to dismantle voting laws to accommodate perceived inferior groups, instead of helping to bring those groups up to a higher level. They don't want to help them, they just don't want to hurt them. White liberals have superiority complexes.

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Isn't .NET a weird choice? submitted by votes to programming

seeker 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

There are options other than EntityFramework. At my work we use the micro-ORM Dapper with MySQL and love it (Dapper that is.... not mysql)

My Robot C Program Which Opens and Closes Blinds Automatically Depending on Light Intensity submitted by SolidBrowser to programming

seeker 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Very interesting, I haven't come across Robot C before. What hardware is it running on?

Fukushima has broken the ocean [x-post from 'there'] submitted by lakdaddy to Conspiracy

seeker 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I think that's the point the other poster is making. If the waste is radioactive it means there's still energy left that can be harvested. The newer plant designs don't generate depleted uranium. That's a by-product of plants designed in the 50's and 60's and built in the 70's.

To be honest I'm not sure if there is much a choice. Wind/hydro can't supply close to the energy needs we need by themselves. Solar is a natural choice but producing a solar panel is not clean at all. It requires a lot of energy, rare earth minerals, and produces a lot of waste, as the poster mentioned. Adoption of newer/clean nuclear plant would be a big step forward.

From this link:

This means that a solar powered world produces 63,000 times the waste of a nuclear powered world.