The Communication Cube

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  1. Kev2442

    Kev2442 Still French

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    42 (Loire) is the answer.
    @ible : Thanks for finding the moment and sending the timecode along, which is 18:30 for you folks !
     
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    Ah, there it is; and the segment is about 40 seconds long, which explains how my minute long skip function managed to miss it. I guess he doesn't have space for everything at the end there.
     
  3. Kev2442

    Kev2442 Still French

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    OR, he's reserving what he'd have to say for a dedicated video... :)
     
  4. ible

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    @levi, yes i was very confused that you couldn't find it at first, as i queued it up to the right time.
     
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    Oh, probably my fault. Either that or the forum software stripping your careful timecoding. I pull urls off the youtube previews using the right click menu then post that into 'you-get -p mplayer' in a terminal to play it via that media player in a window on my desktop. If there was a timecode I didn't get it though, as bash interprets that '&t' as a plain ampersand and background the you-get process, so I'd have noticed if that had happened.
     
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    I recently changed my desktop wallpaper, no prizes for guessing what it's a picture of.

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  8. ible

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    @Cerbera you don't have much battery left. good thing you're charging!
     
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    The battery doesn't hold a charge so it permanently pretends to be charging. I bought it as a refurb from the manufacturers (Zoostorm), they stated in the auction details that the battery was knackered, so I knew what I was getting.
     
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    Klumpen Run away! Run away!

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    Uh oh, that reference to plastic at the end there makes me wonder if we'll have a rubbish pile of graphene enhanced stuff spinning in the mid pacific in a few decades from now. I guess that'll break down to stuff edible to small and microscopic fish and other animals, but big chunks of it could still seem edible to large sea creatures like whales, and as far as I know the complications that causes are usually mechanical rather than chemical, so something as durable as graphene stuff could be even worse. I guess blending it in this that and everything else is going to make recycling stuff harder as well, if it's not hard enough already.
     
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    I don't think plastic is edible, in the sense that they should eat it, by microorganisms.
     
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    No, but I've heard it provides a suitable platform in the sun for algae to grow on, which is why whales eat it, and I guess might be the same at different sizes all the way down the food chain out there.
     
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    Saw that vid or one just like it a couple of months ago. I don't think Graphene will turn into a normal everyday thing/part of life in my lifetime, unfortunately :(
     
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    A way to hack codes...

     
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    New gamey thing, I've been waiting for something like this
     
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