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sfrucian edspratt's article
Dec 23, 2023 at 11:23
Dec 23, 2023
Nerding Out: The Fastest World Cup Race Bikes of 2023
@stevemokan: true that, it feels practically the same as the ransom it replaced.
sfrucian transierranorte's article
Nov 6, 2023 at 16:48
Nov 6, 2023
Race Report: Transierra Norte 2023
@glutenfreedan: hi Dan ❤️
sfrucian transierranorte's article
Nov 6, 2023 at 7:50
Nov 6, 2023
sfrucian edspratt's article
Aug 1, 2023 at 8:17
Aug 1, 2023
How to Watch the 2023 World Champs
Never missed any world cup or champs before all this annoying shit went down. RB, for all it's quirks, was the best.
sfrucian BlackcombHelicopters's article
Jul 23, 2023 at 12:53
Jul 23, 2023
Video: Thomas Vanderham & Lucy Van Eesteren Take On New Heli-Biking Trail in Whistler
Massive lithium plant opening in CA powered by geothermal energy should give you some solace.
sfrucian BlackcombHelicopters's article
Jul 22, 2023 at 16:06
Jul 22, 2023
sfrucian BlackcombHelicopters's article
Jul 22, 2023 at 15:57
Jul 22, 2023
Video: Thomas Vanderham & Lucy Van Eesteren Take On New Heli-Biking Trail in Whistler
@xvrpzt: I love this, but here's some unsolicited advice. I'm currently about to finish my phd program in chemistry and I've found that the more I do, the more I have to simplify things in how I explain them; especially for those not familiar with my subject (and this is to OTHER chemists). Nobody likes to be bombarded by facts all at the same time. Scientific communication needs simplicity - it needs a story - if someone needs all the facts, they can figure it out themselves most of the time. That's literally why I explained this in a way that someone on a mtb website could understand, in plain terms, even when I know a lot of the facts (or at least where to find them). You want to win? know your audience.
sfrucian BlackcombHelicopters's article
Jul 22, 2023 at 11:39
Jul 22, 2023
Video: Thomas Vanderham & Lucy Van Eesteren Take On New Heli-Biking Trail in Whistler
@preach: @preach: The answer to your question "to what end" and "what is the goal".. The first one, "to what end" might be a surprise to you: we're not trying to solve the climate crisis directly, as one might fix a leak in their brake line that's making stopping difficult. Right now, we've got a "we're a bit low on sealant and got a slow tire leak" situation and it's never ever going to seal and stay sealed, BUT it works and will get us where we need to go, although very annoying. The alternative is a full flat, completely inoperable wheel that goes nowhere. Solar, wind, renewables, electric car adoption is the slow leak. It's NOT going to solve anything completely, but, hey, the wheel keeps moving so long as we keep inflating the tire every 30 minutes. We're there with climate. Frankly, it's not in our reality, technologically speaking, to actually "fix" the climate crisis we've made, but personally I'd rather have a slow leak tire than a full flat. The answer to your other question is natural if you've made it this far: containment. Containment so it doesn't get as bad as it possibly could so that we can live in a world where it's less than that. This is a game of margins, not solutions, unfortunately. So, you can be against doing anything to mitigate the effects of climate change, but that's as weird as someone saying they'd rather have a full flat tire than a slow leak tire.
sfrucian alicialeggett's article
Jul 19, 2023 at 10:30
Jul 19, 2023
sfrucian commencal-bikes-skis's article
Jul 11, 2023 at 15:18
Jul 11, 2023
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