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2021.12.07 12:20 BagRight8939 What is going on with the Islanders?

Genuine question. I don’t pay too much attention to them but all the sudden they’re bottom 5 in the league. From someone who does pay attention, what’s gone wrong in your opinion?
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2021.12.07 12:20 drfranklin1 Opinions on Budget Gaming Laptop Systems

total newb and need opinions on 3 inexpensive gaming laptops (budget $1000, maybe a little more):
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am a Costco member and like their return/warranty policies
prefer the ASUS, but am concerned re thermals and mediocre screen performance
thank you!
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2021.12.07 12:20 No_Helicopter9361 Is getting a dual major business and information technology good for trying to get an analytical job?

  1. I was wondering if anyone can tell me if it is worth pursuing on getting a dual major in business and information technology based or is the dual major to broad?
  2. Would employers find it valuable if I got this dual major since I have skills in both IT and Business?
  3. Career titles I want to go for are a web admin, IT manager, business IT analyst, BI analyst, and search marketing strategist. Would this be a good double major if I want to break into these fields?
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2021.12.07 12:20 Raskens1 Hairdresser cuts the ends of the hair thinner than closer to the roots. Is this like a normal side effect? Or does she choose to do this without me asking her?

Everytime I get my hair cut I end up dissapointed, and it takes like 2 weeks for it to look good. Tried several different hairdressers, and settled at the one I think is best.
I've noticed that the hair on the sides are thinner at the ends compared to closer to the root. I asked her to not thin out the hair and only cut 1 cm all around, yet it ended up looking like this.
Is this a particular style and what purpose does it have? Is it some side effect of some sort?
I believe this is one of the reason I'm unhappy after a haircut every time.
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2021.12.07 12:20 ExPartiesYoung I’m having a lot of trouble leaving my bar.

I moved to my city a year ago with no friends but soon found a “home” in a dive bar just across the street from my apartment. I started going there a few times a weeks and now I’m a “regular” who can skip the line past the bouncer and knows which bartender is working which night. There’s other regulars who come in after the restaurants close that I’ve gotten to know. To top it off, I’ve “been good” during the pandemic in that I don’t go out to big gatherings or parties or events; my only “guilty pleasure” is going to the dive bar.
Obviously since I’m on this sub, I’ve realized that my drinking isn’t sustainable. I do crazy alcohol sometimes but more often I crave my “home” at the bar. If I want to get dolled up and go somewhere, there’s my bar across the street. If I’m lonely and want companionship, I can go to the bar. If I just want some sort of noise/atmosphere… bar. Some nights I’ll twiddle my thumbs for hours before finally giving in and then once I arrive, the bouncer is happy to see me, asks about work, and the bartender has my drink of choice poured before I even sit down.
At this moment, one of the bigger obstacles to my sobriety isn’t even the drink so much as the environment around drinking. When I have a drink at the bar, I’m the life of the party and everyone wants to be my friend or strike up a conversation. When I’m not at the bar… I just sit at home and wait until it is time to go to work again.
I need help. Any advice?
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2021.12.07 12:20 Daneel_Trevize Need help assessing a USB-C Pro-Micro replacement

Would this pair of "Pro Micro ATmega32U4 5V" modules be suitable microcontrollers for a spilt kb kit expecting Pro Micros, specifically the Lily58? They seem about half the price of a pair of Elite-C modules to try achieve the same goal of a working kb with USB-C, rather than the weak USB port on the classic Pro Micro.
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2021.12.07 12:20 Internal_Following_6 What is each university known for?

Since the general rule of thumb is that students should pick the program, noy the university, I was wondering what program every university is known for? There are obvious ones like Waterloo for CS or Western for business, but what are some other ones people might not know about?
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2021.12.07 12:20 Bruce_dillon The true nature ao time

There are two opinions regarding what time is. First of all it's believed to be a structure of the universe, a 4th dimension which permits the progress of existence and events into the future.
The other view is that it's nothing more than an invented system for keeping track of the day with the clock and year with the calendar.
The argument for time's literal existence is supported by mathematics and also the sensation we experience of it's passing. It hasn't ever stood up to the scrutiny of experimentation in the 100 plus years since Einstein's formula.
In addition the sensation we experience of it's passing isn't familiar to any of our five senses, and as reality can be defined as the world as we experience it through our senses this line of evidence is highly questionable.
These inconsistencies could make one wonder if the idea of time's literal existence isn't purely psychological due to a very persuasive invented system, especially when you consider our experience with time such as duration and time passing being in recognition of units of the invented system.
Science Daily magazine refers to this unusual union between time units and the cosmic fabric when talking about the mysterious nature of time passing, it states "...we follow it with clocks and calendars we just cannot say exactly what happens when time passes"
Peculiar if you think about it how we cannot say exactly what happens when time passes yet we know that we follow it with clocks and calendars.
According to the Cambridge Dictionary duration is defined as "The length of time that something lasts" this is meant as a literal length of time the same way a length of space is distance. So as space has distance and is measured by imperial units or the metric system time has duration that events happen in that is measured by our invented time system
It's actually events that have duration which are measured by our invented system of time. An example to illustrate this is when someone asks how long something will take they're asking what the length / duration of that something / event will be (length of something not length of time) The answer will be given using time's units of measurement.
Events don't literally require time to progress as they are causal by nature and causality by definition is progressive i.e cause and effect. The requirement of time for various events is merely figurative. The hours, days, weeks or months required are units of an invented system after all.
Events unfold 3 dimensionally in 3 dimensional space due to a flow of energy not a flow of time.
How did an invented system have such an effect that we started to take it literally? It was likely due to the spatializing of the word i.e long time.
Maybe there was a realization that the world existed for a long time before time was invented and by our invention we actually tapped into a literal cosmic structure.
The word time, especially with its use in spatial context, would have a powerful psychological effect due to something called the "Illusion of truth". It's a result of cognitive ease which makes us more creative and intuitive but it can also make us more gullible. It's based on the expression "If you hear something enough you'll start to believe it even if it isn't true". It's actually what aids in the spread of propaganda.
The illusion of time is a result of our "naive perceptions" ( Carlo Rovelli) An example of this as just discussed is giving time length (long time) length is a spatial dimension. Time is also described as being linear, forward direction only. This is what's known as the arrow of time. An example given to demonstrate time's arrow is how you can turn an egg into an omelet but can't turn an omelet into an egg. This example though is actually demonstrating the logical order of events not times direction.
Events unfold 3 dimensionally following the logical order of cause and effect, but from the start of an event to its conclusion it doesn't follow any direction. It's like how someone can make forward strides in their progress or someone who's fallen off the recovery wagon is taking backward steps. No actual direction, just figurative language.
Take numbers for example, the logical order of counting is perceived as forward but it can also be described going up in number, that's two directions to describe the same process because literally there is no direction, and that's all that time is, a dimensionless system of counting.
Something else that possibly played a role in legitimizing time is religion. Various cultures had gods of time such as former world powers Egypt with Huh and Greece with Chronus. Interestingly the idea of time travel which is now considered a scientific endeavor has origins that are far removed from science.
For example prior to HG Wells Time Machine in the late 1800s the methods of travel used in plots were religious and magical i.e. "Memoirs of the 20th century"(1733) plot: An angel travels to 1728 with letters from 1997-98 and "Anno"(1781) about a fairy that sends people to the year 7603 AD. Another method of time travel in the storytelling of that era was hypnosis which originated from ancient Egyptian religion.
Time travel is deemed as possible, to the future anyway due to Einstein's theory of time dilation. The theory states that the stronger the gravity and greater the velocity the slower time gets. So if someone orbited a black hole for a couple of hours, because the gravity is so strong there, years would have passed on earth and they'd be decades into the future upon returning home.
This theory was claimed to be realized as fact by experiments using atomic clocks that measure time to the billionth of a second. The difference between the stationary clock and the clock in the varied conditions was minimal but enough to show that on a larger scale time travel to the future is possible.
Problem with this is, the use of clocks in an experiment to prove something about an undiscovered entity is unscientific as there is no synchronization between our invented system and the undiscovered fabric; they're two completely different concepts.
There was an experiment performed with the astronaut Kelly twins, and the one orbiting the earth at high speeds did return biologically younger than his brother. Tests were done on their telomeres, the deterioration of which being what ages us. The excessive speed or weightlessness slowed down the process of telomere deterioration. Whatever the age difference was time wise after the experiment it was just a measure of the comparison of telomere deterioration between the brothers.
The accepted correlation between the invented system and undiscovered fabric is one of the greatest oversights in scientific history because the core belief of time's literal existence is based on the sensation of the passing of units of an invented system i.e hours, days, weeks etc. Meaning it's only the invention we're experiencing the passing of not the literal.
It would be understandable if we had proven time's existence by experiment and in doing so realized we had somehow tapped into the fabric of time with our invention but we didn't. It still remains a mystery so there can't be any correlation between invented time and the "fabric of time"
This brings us to an interesting parallel. Earlier we discussed the influence that religion may have had on time. The parallel is the mysterious aspect, such as how time is a mystery yet it's believed in, the same way religious mysteries are. And in the same way as many religions naively use images to represent their deity even though resemblance is impossible to ascertain likewise a clock representing an unknowable fabric is equally as naive as resemblance is also impossible to ascertain.
There is experimental proof that time's realistic sense is illusory.This proof can be found in the Amazon rainforest among the Amondawa tribe who don't experience time passing. The article states "..they understand events and sequencing of events but don't have a notion of time as something events occur in.." and why is this? because "..they don't have clocks or calendars and don't even have a word for time in their language"
Some dismiss this as evidence of time's nonexistence claiming language issues but fact is these Amazonians live in a timeless world because the invention of time never reached them.
There's a mental experiment that can be performed to validate the Amazonian proof.
What we have to do is take our invented system out of the equation and see what we're left with. And with clocks and calendars synchronized to our planet's rotation around its axis and it's orbit of the sun, what we're left with then is the passing of the day and year, AkA time passing.
It shouldn't come as any surprise that earth's rotations have something to do with the illusion of time passing as the axis rotation is responsible for the illusion of sunrise and sunset and this illusion of the moving sun does act as nature's hour hand.
What's happened is, we harnessed our planet's rotations for the invention of time, and since then we've actually been living on a clock that's in a calendar and the effect of this has caused us to believe that time literally exists.
Sources : Jason Palmer, BBC News. Researchers from the University of Portsmouth and the University of Rondonia.

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