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One of the things I'm looking forward to in crycog is putting the player in situations where most of the puzzles are known to be unsolvable, and they have to convince themselves of this.
The player must develop the character to be able to seek solutions in spaces where there might not be any, and then also to be extremely careful before accepting any impossibility proofs they come up with just in case they trick themselves into entering a cynicism trap.
@maxdeviant I was thinking about Nix a lot yesterday as I faced the grim reality that snapd might never run properly on my debian box. Something has to change.
I can find little evidence that snapd works on nix, though. The project wants to support snap, but still apparently doesn't. https://github.com/NixOS/nixpkgs/issues/30336
Alright! I'm posting it! Here! https://makopool.com/better_space_with_wots.html
A design for a better kind of social tool for information discovery and discussion!
I'm fairly sure we should make it!
@syntacticsugarglider this isn't important cause I'm pretty sure I have a workaround, but it bugs me a lot that this doesn't work.
What would I even search to find out what is going wrong with the borrowchecker here https://play.rust-lang.org/?version=nightly&mode=debug&edition=2018&gist=9ebd72b0fa0aa7511767f323fc057ef6
Do you know what its deal is? Does this case have a name or some objective criteria by which I could have anticipated that the borrow checker would have a problem with this prior to it yelling at me?
Part of the reason we are going to need nuclear it is that we also are definitely going to need to do a lot of energy-intensive direct air capture (DAC) and storage. A good article about that is https://www.orbuch.com/carbon-removal/
Unlike solar radiation management, decarbonisation can't just be done by an enlightened few. It will need to be a global shift. You and I have a lot of evangelism to do.
I am going to start by reading Nuclear 2.0 and learning about the new reactors. They sound neat.
Mark Lynas "thinks that once you believe in a climate emergency, you have to rethink your opposition to nuclear energy."
"You end up with nowhere else to go"
"I know people in Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, and all of these mainstream groups who know perfectly well that you’ve got to have nuclear as a major part of the mix to solve climate change, but they would be sacked if they said so"
Does Arcosanti have a mastodon??
(arcosanti is this https://faircompanies.com/videos/arcosanti-paolo-soleris-futuristic-utopian-city-in-az-desert/ and it's one of the most beautiful things and it must be protected)
Wondering whether I really like amaranth chickpeas, or whether my body has become confused and thinks it's extraordinarily high in vitamin D because I started taking supplements with it at around the same time I started making it
Violence mostly only happens if the negotiation process gets lost in such pathological delusions that it benefits a person to step outside of it and act directly. An extreme event, for advanced players it should never happen. I look forward to finding out if that "should" holds together in reality.
It feels kinda dirty though cause these marketplaces are not transparent at all, 2/3 aliexpress sellers will lie about at least one feature of the product, and there will be no environmental or labor condition audits to be seen anywhere.
But for a lot of stuff I don't think there's really an alternative. A lot of the physical stores you'll go to buy their stuff from aliexpress and so are just as bad and even less transparent and are also ripping you off.
I'm sort of obsessed with non-destructive construction aesthetic. No nails, no glues, everything connected with bolts and clamps and joinery, no wire ever laid in a place you wont be able to reach later, nothing permanent, everything renegotiable.
Follow these principles and experimentation will have no material costs.
I don't know how practical it is, but I was raised on Lego and Data and an edict of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and so I do not know if I can live well any other way, I just need it
Hm other sources are saying it's a complete protein, maybe they just mean it can be improved a fair bit with the addition of wheat.
If it turns out that the real reason I love this is because I started taking vitamin D pills at around the same time as I started making it (usually eaten during the meal) that's going to be disappointing
Hm. Nope, not a complete protein apparently: "Amaranth grain is deficient in essential amino acids such as leucine and threonine – (both of which are present in wheat germ)"
An unprofessional recipe for the staple meal I have been scarfing for like 2 months now, Amaranth Chickpea: https://makopool.com/amaranth_chickpea.html
(I might update the review once I've measured and perfected the quantities involved)
"may well be at the very optimum of nutrition, taste, ease of cooking and affordability"
Deciding which things to leave unnamed. Respecting its other. Making games about making meaning
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