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Tis the season 4 comments
aphelion · 4 hours ago
The important question is what is gonna come back out.
Sekiro 7 comments
aphelion · 2 days ago
Was it the hotel level? I got through most of that game staying pretty chill, but that place drove me nigh insane.
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God' way to teach us math 3 comments
aphelion · 2 days ago
Unless it's cut into squares.
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Well played, Mr. Shrimp 7 comments
aphelion · 3 days ago
I guess emerging from some kelp and seeing another squid coloured like a rock is the equivalent of a person turning a corner and seeing someone else legging it in the other direction.
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Temperature guide for dummies 2 comments
aphelion · 6 days ago
Yeah, funny it missed that.
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This week in Science :) 13 comments
aphelion · 1 week ago
Saucies
because i'm a layman pleb.
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bit ly/2ngd3D5
bit ly/2Mh7Q6D (it's valid shut up)
bit ly/2LLVe8r
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replace spaces with .
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This week in Science :) 13 comments
aphelion · 1 week ago
ce via the 3 states.
C) a redistributable "complete toolbox for teleporting a quantum particle intact" according to one of the researches.
D) a potentially upgradable system to allow the use of ququarts, a 4 state particle.
so comparable to most other advancements, this one is relatively large in terms of broadening our knowledge of both quantum computing and entanglement, and "will pave the way for quantum technology applications in high dimensions, since teleportation plays a central role in quantum repeaters and quantum networks."
Pretty neat stuff.
This week in Science :) 13 comments
aphelion · 1 week ago
Right so I did some reading, and after getting through the sci-fi nonsense regarding what it can be used for (one of the articles equated it to Star Trek "beam me up, Scotty!" tech, seriously), I think I have a fairly good understanding of what it means this time. Also I got to learn what a "qutrit" is, even if I still don't know how to pronounce it!
Basically, as with every other advancement in quantum entanglement, we still haven't perfected the transmission of information, with data being "sent" with roughly 75% accuracy. The big part of this development is the first time we have transmitted anything other than a qubit (quantum particle that can be in both a 0 or 1 state simultaneously). The qutrit is a similar particle that can be in a 0, 1, or 2 state at the same time.
The implications of this are
A) a better understanding of how quantum teleportation works with varied particles.
B) potentially greater quantum computing power as larger volumes of information could be sent at on
Girl knight 5 comments
aphelion · 1 week ago
Iron Bull: Hey, that's some good armor.
Cassandra: Are you referring to me?
Iron Bull: Some high-ranking women wear ornamental crap with tits hammered into it.
Iron Bull: One good shot, and all that cleavage gets knocked right into the sternum. Real messy.
Iron Bull: Good on you for going practical.
Cassandra: I aim to please.
Iron Bull: Leaves something to the imagination, too.

Not sure this holds up.
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This week in Science :) 13 comments
aphelion · 1 week ago
Someone remind me to look into that quantum teleportation thing tomorrow when I have more than 3 brain cells awake. It's always fun to have my hopes dashed that that's becoming a reality. Informative though.
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I'll still wait for steam release but nice 15 comments
aphelion · 2 weeks ago
Nice.
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Found this. Das old stuff 4 comments
aphelion · 2 weeks ago
If anybody used to watch this years ago, but hasn't in a long time, you should really go back and check it out.
A few years ago there were a few more episodes, including an official conclusion to the show.
This is my dream house. What is yours? 11 comments
aphelion · 2 weeks ago
A small European flat with good CC and internet. Possibly with extensive sound insulation and a good speaker system.
Came back after a year, im deleting my account 4 comments
aphelion · 3 weeks ago
"by 3 hours ago"
You will be missed, .
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Taken from a fishing boat in Antartica 8 comments
aphelion · 3 weeks ago
Bring back some calamari.
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"Hello my love!" 4 comments
aphelion · 3 weeks ago
Dragon Age be like.
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Please look at this bowl, made in Egypt almost 6,000 years ago. Look at it 11 comments
aphelion · 4 weeks ago
The cute little feetsies are great and all, but that bowl looks amazing for 6,000 years.
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Can relate 4 comments
aphelion · 4 weeks ago
Dammit Roach.
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Thanks reggie 10 comments
aphelion · 5 weeks ago
Way less money more like.
Lobbying Ho!
My friend sent me this. We are both Harry potter fans 5 comments
aphelion · 5 weeks ago
Why does Ron have 5 eyes?
Magic battles that aim to entertain! 2 comments
aphelion · 5 weeks ago
Are you kidding?!
They DEACTIVATED their ALMONDS!!!
It doesn't go further than that.
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But how big would she be? 3 comments
aphelion · 6 weeks ago
Not people, just stone shaped lumps of flesh.
Like that thing from Inside.
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Black 100 1 comments
aphelion · 6 weeks ago
When I was younger I got most of my clothes preowned from my older cousins, who were about as punk/emo as you can get. Not many other options when I checked my wardrobe, but the trend kind of stuck.
I am a solid B 7 comments
aphelion · 6 weeks ago
Damn, how do you know!?
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Oooo that didn't age well 3 comments
aphelion · 6 weeks ago
Fallout 4 is a flawless masterpiece and you can't prove otherwise.
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