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2021.10.18 10:26 SugarDaddyGlider My favourite flip so far (83p/$1.14 in to £150/$206.09 before fees)

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2021.10.18 10:26 zagdem How many people will die because of the climate crisis and biodiversity collapse ?

Hi,
Yes I read the rule, please read below before you downvote.
I'd like to answer the above question with an historical approach. The main reason for it is that I believe other approaches are really failing to grasp the entirety of the problem, and dramatically underestimate the consequences of the crisis (example with this paper).
So, the question is, do we have historical examples of significant climate change events (ex : region with changes in temperature, access to water, water levels, weather incidents, etc...) or biodiversity changes and their impacts (on the economy, on mortality, on health, ...) that could be used as a baseline / worst case scenario / best case scenario to think about the consequences of the crisis ?
I'd even be interested in old events like how society recovered after Pompei, though I'd be even more interested in more recent events (because I think our ability to adapt might be more similar).
Also, if you have methodological suggestions on how to use these examples to build forecasts, I'd be happy to read more about it.
Thank you very much,
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2021.10.18 10:26 NewsElfForEnterprise Capital Dynamics Clean Energy Infrastructure Receives Top Rankings from GRESB in 2021 for Renewable Power

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2021.10.18 10:26 ZoolShop Where Is Facebook's Cryptocurrency?

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2021.10.18 10:26 sasalek Here are all the laws MPs are voting on this week, explained in plain English!

Click here to join more than 5,000 people and get this in your email inbox for free every Sunday. Click here for daily updates on Twitter.
Parliament resumes on Monday on a sombre note.
Expect a rejigging of the agenda to make room for tributes to David Amess and James Brokenshire, as well as conversations about how MPs can be better protected during constituency surgeries.
On Tuesday, MPs vote to extend the government's coronavirus powers.
This has to happen every six months. Some of the most controversial powers (like banning gatherings or detaining infectious people) won't be put up for renewal by the government, which makes a rebellion from lockdown sceptics less likely.
And Friday brings a raft of private members' bills.
As usual, time constraints mean only the first few will actually be debated.
MONDAY 18 OCTOBER The Judicial Review and Courts Bill - 2nd reading Reforms judicial review (where judges decide whether an action taken by a public body was lawful) and other bits of the legal system. Among other things, it introduces an online-only conviction procedure for defendants pleading guilty so they don't have to go through a court.
TUESDAY 19 OCTOBER Bereavement Leave and Pay (Stillborn and Miscarried Babies) Bill Extends statutory bereavement leave to parents whose babies are miscarried or stillborn during early pregnancy. Currently it only applies after 24 weeks of pregnancy. Ten minute rule motion presented by Sarah Owen.
WEDNESDAY 20 OCTOBER Decarbonisation and Economic Strategy Bill Introduces a "Green New Deal", a ten-year plan to transition away from carbon. Ten minute rule motion presented by Caroline Lucas.
Environment Bill - consideration of Lords amendments Lays out the legal framework for environmental governance after Brexit. This includes establishing the Office of Environmental Protection to hold public authorities to account, putting the government’s 25 Year Environment Plan into law, and requiring the government to set long-term targets. Also introduces a range of measures, including: enabling charges for single-use plastic items, allowing deposit return schemes (where you pay a bit extra for items like bottled drinks, but recoup that amount when the bottle is returned), and standardising what items can be collected for recycling by local authorities in England.
THURSDAY 21 OCTOBER No votes scheduled
FRIDAY 22 OCTOBER Employment and Trade Union Rights (Dismissal and Re-engagement) Bill - 2nd reading Bans "fire and rehire", where an employer dismisses an employee an rehires them on new, usually less favourable, terms. Private members' bill presented by Barry Gardiner.
Local Government (Disqualification) Bill - 2nd reading Closes a legal loophole to disqualify councillors from standing for office if they've been convicted of a child pornography offence, even if they haven't been jailed. Private members' bill presented by Paul Beresford.
Corporate Homicide Bill - 2nd reading Makes changes to the criminal offence of corporate homicide. More information not yet published. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Education Employment (Accompaniment to Hearings) Bill - 2nd reading Allows teachers and other educational staff to bring anyone they linke to a workplace disciplinary or grievance hearing. Currently they're only allowed to be accompanied by a colleague or trade union representative. Private members' bill presented by Brendan Clarke-Smith.
Energy Pricing Bill - 2nd reading Bans energy companies from offer better prices to new customers compared to existing ones, among other things. Private members' bill presented by Martyn Day.
Electric Vehicle Charging Points (New Buildings) Bill - 2nd reading Requires electric car charging points to be included in the design of new buildings. Private members' bill presented by Felicity Buchan.
General Election (Leaders’ Debates) Bill - 2nd reading Sets up a commission to arrange debates between party leaders during a General Election. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Homeless People (Current Accounts) Bill - 2nd reading Requires banks to provide current accounts for homeless people seeking work. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Electoral Candidates (Age) Bill - 2nd reading Changes the minimum age of candidates in parliamentary and local elections to age 18 on the day of the election. It's currently age 18 at time of nomination. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Channel 4 (Privatisation) Bill - 2nd reading Privatises Channel 4. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
British Broadcasting Corporation (Privatisation) Bill - 2nd reading Privatises the BBC and distributes shares in the corporation to all licence fee payers. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Public Sector Exit Payments (Limitation) Bill - 2nd reading Applies to: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland Caps exit payments made to outgoing employees of public sector organisations. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope. Draft bill
Workers (Rights and Definition) Bill - 2nd reading Establishes a legal definition of employment, which includes zero-hours contracts and agency workers. The aim is to prevent abuse of people working under these arrangements. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Immigration (Health and Social Care Staff) Bill - 2nd reading Grants indefinite leave to remain to health and social care staff. Private members' bill presented by Christine Jardine.
Workers (Rights) Bill - 2nd reading Makes provisions around workers' rights. More information not yet published. Private members' bill presented by Gavin Newlands.
Planning and Local Representation Bill - 2nd reading Aims to improve the process of creating development plans (documents written by local planning authorities setting out how an area should look in the future). Gives people who comment or object to them the right to take part in examination hearings (part of the independent scrutiny process). Requires public consultation on development plans. Gives local authorities the power to apply local design standards for permitted development and to refuse permitted development proposals that would be detrimental to the health and wellbeing of an individual or community. Makes planning permission for major housing schemes contingent on work starting within two years. Private members' bill presented by Rachel Hopkins.
Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Bill - 2nd reading Scraps compulsory insurance for vehicles that are used on private land, or aren't built for use on public roads. The law mandating this insurance is EU caselaw that was retained by the UK after Brexit, but the government has previously announced its intention to repeal it. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Covid Vaccine Damage Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to establish an independent review of disablement caused by Covid-19 vaccinations, and the adequacy of the compensation offered to the people affected.
Public Advocate Bill - 2nd reading Creates the role of public advocate to give advice to families of people killed in major incidents. Seeks to avoid a repeat of the lengthy process after the Hillsborough disaster. Private members' bill presented by Maria Eagle. More information here.
Wellbeing of Future Generations (No. 2) Bill - 2nd reading Among other things: Requires a public consultation to inform a set of national wellbeing goals, and requires public bodies to act in pursuit of the UK's environmental, social, economic and cultural wellbeing by meeting wellbeing objectives. Private members' bill presented by Simon Fell.
Hospitals (Parking Charges and Business Rates) Bill - 2nd reading Bans NHS hospitals from charging patients and visitors for car parking. Makes NHS hospitals exempt from business rates. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Voter Registration Bill - 2nd reading Bans people from registering to vote in parliamentary elections in more than one constituency. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Asylum Seekers (Return to Safe Countries) Bill - 2nd reading Requires asylum seekers who have arrived in the UK from a safe country to be returned immediately to that country. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Planning (Street Plans) Bill - 2nd reading Grants the relevant planning permission to local authorities when they confirm a "street plan", a plan for development on a specified street. Private members' bill presented by John Penrose.
Hen Caging (Prohibition) Bill - 2nd reading Bans the caging of commercially reared, egg-laying hens and pullet (young hens). Private members' bill presented by Henry Smith.
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2021.10.18 10:26 AtmosphereDifficult Feelings of rage at night

So, I deal with mood shifts due to bipolar II disorder. I’ve noticed something that I’ve never thought to bring up to my psychiatrist. Sometimes at night when I am resting and alone with my thoughts, I tend to make up confrontational scenarios in my head with people whom I deem as deserving of my anger. I imagine how I would respond to these scenarios. Usually my responses are always ragefull aggressive, and sometimes physical. I get this feeling of relief after said confrontations because it feels like I’ve let off pent up anger. Mind you, this all plays out in my head. When I am going through these confrontations, I feel anxious and that anxiety feels like rage. I’m not sure what this is. It’s interesting, because in my day to day real life, I am the kindest person. Thoughts? Anyone go through something similar?
Also, I may add that these feelings use to happen frequently before I started treatment. Now it’s here and there
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2021.10.18 10:26 bennzo1238 Impossible Foods are planning to launch in Britain after applying for regulatory approval!!

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2021.10.18 10:26 Ok_Mathematician675 Is this sub meant for freshers only? Is there a different one for experienced Devs?

Most of the posts I see here are about college placements or from new grads looking for their first job and I am too old to help these kids because I graduated many years ago.
Is that a result of the demographics of this sub or was is sub meant for those starting out in their career? Where are my fellow old farts?
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2021.10.18 10:26 burieddeepbetween Nitrous being cancelled by alcohol???

Has anyone found drinking to completely ruin their trip?
I mean going from full on OEVs and auditory to zilch. I've experienced it a few trips. Alcohol is a big trip killer for me...
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2021.10.18 10:26 monkeyrs International spam calls

Hey all. I’ve been receiving an influx of international spam calls off late. They’re usually from the UK, Ireland and Kuwait. A few months ago I did answer one of these and they’re usually selling property or trading support - neither of which I’m a target audience of. I keep blocking as and when they call but it’s getting excessive. Like incessantly calling for 2-3mins straight from different numbers. Has anyone else experienced this? Any idea on how to take my number off of these lists?
Thank you.
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2021.10.18 10:26 AceCarpets What's this new symbol next to the time on my status bar?

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2021.10.18 10:26 vazquez777 Shuttle services

Do you need to buy tickets for the shuttle service beforehand? I’m planning a trip to Zion on October 24-27 and want to make sure I plan everything out.
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2021.10.18 10:26 TheChucklesStart ID Request: Central New Mexico, USA

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2021.10.18 10:26 deptofgreatjustice The Aviators (2008) a 2D/3D movie by Accio. I love the character designs, the 2D art, style and animation. I hate everything else about it. A must-watch for any cartoon critic. (Hint: It's not the 3D that I hate about this film; that's just regular bad.)

The Aviators (2008) a 2D/3D movie by Accio. I love the character designs, the 2D art, style and animation. I hate everything else about it. A must-watch for any cartoon critic. (Hint: It's not the 3D that I hate about this film; that's just regular bad.) submitted by deptofgreatjustice to Saberspark [link] [comments]


2021.10.18 10:26 treefox BeyondDoggyHorror: “I’d pay for an office style TNG where everyone says they’re normal lines and then go to the camera man later to throw shade at the situation”

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2021.10.18 10:26 sasalek Here are all the laws MPs are voting on this week, explained in plain English!

Click here to join more than 5,000 people and get this in your email inbox for free every Sunday. Click here for daily updates on Twitter.
Parliament resumes on Monday on a sombre note.
Expect a rejigging of the agenda to make room for tributes to David Amess and James Brokenshire, as well as conversations about how MPs can be better protected during constituency surgeries.
On Tuesday, MPs vote to extend the government's coronavirus powers.
This has to happen every six months. Some of the most controversial powers (like banning gatherings or detaining infectious people) won't be put up for renewal by the government, which makes a rebellion from lockdown sceptics less likely.
And Friday brings a raft of private members' bills.
As usual, time constraints mean only the first few will actually be debated.
MONDAY 18 OCTOBER The Judicial Review and Courts Bill - 2nd reading Reforms judicial review (where judges decide whether an action taken by a public body was lawful) and other bits of the legal system. Among other things, it introduces an online-only conviction procedure for defendants pleading guilty so they don't have to go through a court.
TUESDAY 19 OCTOBER Bereavement Leave and Pay (Stillborn and Miscarried Babies) Bill Extends statutory bereavement leave to parents whose babies are miscarried or stillborn during early pregnancy. Currently it only applies after 24 weeks of pregnancy. Ten minute rule motion presented by Sarah Owen.
WEDNESDAY 20 OCTOBER Decarbonisation and Economic Strategy Bill Introduces a "Green New Deal", a ten-year plan to transition away from carbon. Ten minute rule motion presented by Caroline Lucas.
Environment Bill - consideration of Lords amendments Lays out the legal framework for environmental governance after Brexit. This includes establishing the Office of Environmental Protection to hold public authorities to account, putting the government’s 25 Year Environment Plan into law, and requiring the government to set long-term targets. Also introduces a range of measures, including: enabling charges for single-use plastic items, allowing deposit return schemes (where you pay a bit extra for items like bottled drinks, but recoup that amount when the bottle is returned), and standardising what items can be collected for recycling by local authorities in England.
THURSDAY 21 OCTOBER No votes scheduled
FRIDAY 22 OCTOBER Employment and Trade Union Rights (Dismissal and Re-engagement) Bill - 2nd reading Bans "fire and rehire", where an employer dismisses an employee an rehires them on new, usually less favourable, terms. Private members' bill presented by Barry Gardiner.
Local Government (Disqualification) Bill - 2nd reading Closes a legal loophole to disqualify councillors from standing for office if they've been convicted of a child pornography offence, even if they haven't been jailed. Private members' bill presented by Paul Beresford.
Corporate Homicide Bill - 2nd reading Makes changes to the criminal offence of corporate homicide. More information not yet published. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Education Employment (Accompaniment to Hearings) Bill - 2nd reading Allows teachers and other educational staff to bring anyone they linke to a workplace disciplinary or grievance hearing. Currently they're only allowed to be accompanied by a colleague or trade union representative. Private members' bill presented by Brendan Clarke-Smith.
Energy Pricing Bill - 2nd reading Bans energy companies from offer better prices to new customers compared to existing ones, among other things. Private members' bill presented by Martyn Day.
Electric Vehicle Charging Points (New Buildings) Bill - 2nd reading Requires electric car charging points to be included in the design of new buildings. Private members' bill presented by Felicity Buchan.
General Election (Leaders’ Debates) Bill - 2nd reading Sets up a commission to arrange debates between party leaders during a General Election. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Homeless People (Current Accounts) Bill - 2nd reading Requires banks to provide current accounts for homeless people seeking work. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Electoral Candidates (Age) Bill - 2nd reading Changes the minimum age of candidates in parliamentary and local elections to age 18 on the day of the election. It's currently age 18 at time of nomination. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Channel 4 (Privatisation) Bill - 2nd reading Privatises Channel 4. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
British Broadcasting Corporation (Privatisation) Bill - 2nd reading Privatises the BBC and distributes shares in the corporation to all licence fee payers. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope.
Public Sector Exit Payments (Limitation) Bill - 2nd reading Applies to: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland Caps exit payments made to outgoing employees of public sector organisations. Private members' bill presented by Christopher Chope. Draft bill
Workers (Rights and Definition) Bill - 2nd reading Establishes a legal definition of employment, which includes zero-hours contracts and agency workers. The aim is to prevent abuse of people working under these arrangements. Private members' bill presented by Chris Stephens.
Immigration (Health and Social Care Staff) Bill - 2nd reading Grants indefinite leave to remain to health and social care staff. Private members' bill presented by Christine Jardine.
Workers (Rights) Bill - 2nd reading Makes provisions around workers' rights. More information not yet published. Private members' bill presented by Gavin Newlands.
Planning and Local Representation Bill - 2nd reading Aims to improve the process of creating development plans (documents written by local planning authorities setting out how an area should look in the future). Gives people who comment or object to them the right to take part in examination hearings (part of the independent scrutiny process). Requires public consultation on development plans. Gives local authorities the power to apply local design standards for permitted development and to refuse permitted development proposals that would be detrimental to the health and wellbeing of an individual or community. Makes planning permission for major housing schemes contingent on work starting within two years. Private members' bill presented by Rachel Hopkins.
Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Bill - 2nd reading Scraps compulsory insurance for vehicles that are used on private land, or aren't built for use on public roads. The law mandating this insurance is EU caselaw that was retained by the UK after Brexit, but the government has previously announced its intention to repeal it. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Covid Vaccine Damage Bill - 2nd reading Requires the government to establish an independent review of disablement caused by Covid-19 vaccinations, and the adequacy of the compensation offered to the people affected.
Public Advocate Bill - 2nd reading Creates the role of public advocate to give advice to families of people killed in major incidents. Seeks to avoid a repeat of the lengthy process after the Hillsborough disaster. Private members' bill presented by Maria Eagle. More information here.
Wellbeing of Future Generations (No. 2) Bill - 2nd reading Among other things: Requires a public consultation to inform a set of national wellbeing goals, and requires public bodies to act in pursuit of the UK's environmental, social, economic and cultural wellbeing by meeting wellbeing objectives. Private members' bill presented by Simon Fell.
Hospitals (Parking Charges and Business Rates) Bill - 2nd reading Bans NHS hospitals from charging patients and visitors for car parking. Makes NHS hospitals exempt from business rates. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Voter Registration Bill - 2nd reading Bans people from registering to vote in parliamentary elections in more than one constituency. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Asylum Seekers (Return to Safe Countries) Bill - 2nd reading Requires asylum seekers who have arrived in the UK from a safe country to be returned immediately to that country. Private members' bill presented by Peter Bone.
Planning (Street Plans) Bill - 2nd reading Grants the relevant planning permission to local authorities when they confirm a "street plan", a plan for development on a specified street. Private members' bill presented by John Penrose.
Hen Caging (Prohibition) Bill - 2nd reading Bans the caging of commercially reared, egg-laying hens and pullet (young hens). Private members' bill presented by Henry Smith.
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2021.10.18 10:26 postsshortcomments Johnny Cash - The Ballad of Ira Hayes

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2021.10.18 10:26 Kjen0610 hot take maybe, but...

i think a fight between doppo and katsumi would be as good as baki VS yujiro
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2021.10.18 10:26 ADNz Treehouse Of Horror Squid Game Edition

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2021.10.18 10:26 okayduuude Is there a way to process polyphonic channels separately without having to use multiple VCOs?

After splitting a polyphonic signal into it's different channels, is there a way to sum the monophonic channels back into a thick boi?
Like say I have 'Saws' by squinky labs. I want to delay some of the channels so I get a strum effect. But now if I'm working with triads I have to use three 'Saws', even though 'Saws' is polyphonic. Is there any way to get around this?
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2021.10.18 10:26 devdattaburke Coming soon to a theatre near you.

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2021.10.18 10:26 paranoideseeker We broke resistance, where do we go from here?

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2021.10.18 10:26 FrenchRedwood Vers une économie moins mondialisée ?

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2021.10.18 10:26 veseljak Vozači Ubera u štrajku: 'Novac za plaće je sjeo, ali ne želimo više komunicirati samo preko aplikacije'

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