2022.01.20 16:49 ElectroFalconSwe Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
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2022.01.20 16:49 GaryBatman Should the Canucks Trade or Re-sign Motte?
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2022.01.20 16:49 Dayngerman Be nice to the facilities manager at work, always put his tools back when you borrow them. You might just get gifted an 8” online duct fan when he can’t install it cause of vent configuration issues. 💪🏻 💨
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2022.01.20 16:49 Darkhoof Euroape feeding some more shares to the bot! The price is wrong!!!
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2022.01.20 16:49 bluebeaster Vote
2022.01.20 16:49 Echthegr8 Selfmade Boss? Is Jackie Reese sending us subliminal? Anybody think they make her the CEO?
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2022.01.20 16:49 Agoodsoldier32 My back
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2022.01.20 16:49 intelligentreviews In Atlanta’s Buckhead Neighborhood, Rising Crime Fuels Move to Secede
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2022.01.20 16:49 tmajewski Sigh, another question about modes
Regarding major scales and their relative minor: Let's take G major for example with a relative minor of Em. I am trying to wrap my head around what actually makes one "major" and the other "minor". After all, they have the exact same notes and chords.
Is it true to say that the only difference is that G major resolves on G and Em resolves on E? In other words, the tonic or root note changes (thus the intervals change) and that is what distinguishes them despite all the notes being the same?
Furthermore, another name for G major is G ionian and another name for Em is E aelion. Is this true? If so, the classic "major" and "minor" scales are simply 2/7 modes that function using the same theory. Why is it that these two modes are so common and the other 5 (4 if you dismiss locrian) are less common?
In an effort to demystify the modes, I wonder why it isn't explained this way more often...or if I am missing something. In other words, we can all understand major and minor scales relatively easily but once you introduce other modes all bets are off (at least in my case). In reality, the major and minor scales ARE modes, they represent 2/7 modes but for some reason the other 5 get lost in translation. Why is this the case?
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2022.01.20 16:49 BlankVerse McDonald’s to expand McPlant to about 600 U.S. stores in February
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2022.01.20 16:49 Exastiken Pope Benedict XVI implicated in report on sexual abuse in German diocese
2022.01.20 16:49 rock-a-chaw2 Looking for people wanting to merc or guilds wanting mercs for Cpit.
2022.01.20 16:49 nuketesuji How to set a location for a weather report in a routine?
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2022.01.20 16:49 TheOneTEM help the fall guys theme is stuck in my head
2022.01.20 16:49 DireStraitsLion Felt cute at the mall today wearing this.
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2022.01.20 16:49 kyle586 Remy The Golden Retriever
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2022.01.20 16:49 pistolpxte [homemade] Pesto ravioli
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2022.01.20 16:49 assfatq Your All-in-one Off-grid Power Solution | Solar Generators
| BLUETTI is going all-out for 2022, with announcements that span across sodium battery power stations, solar panels and all-in-one home power solutions. While most consumers may be watching for news about the BLUETTI APEX in 2022, the brand's range of products is expanding with smarter power solutions throughout the home.|
In today's announcements as part of CES 2022, BLUETTI shared some of the details of the new 2021 TV lineup
The next generation of energy storage: sodium-ion battery
BLUETTI has announced the world’s first sodium-ion solar generator-NA300 and its compatible battery pack - B480 on CES 2022.
The NA300 and B480 seamlessly inherit all the style and appearance settings of its predecessor – EP500 Pro, especially four 20A plugs and one 30A L14-30 output ports driven by the built-in 3,000W pure sine wave inverter to juice up most household electrical appliances. Besides, the NA300 further outstrips the EP500 Pro’s incredible 2,400W solar input to 3,000W. It may be cited to be the fastest charging solar generator since it can be recharged from 0% to 80% in a short half-hour by 6,000W swift AC + PV dual charging. (3,000W Max. for both AC and PV)
However, NA300 provides a capacity of 3,000Wh, less than the 5,100Wh of EP500 Pro in the same size owing to the current sodium-ion battery technology limitations. Favorably, it supports up to two B480 battery modules (4,800Wh each) for a whopping total capacity of 12,600Wh, and the unit can sustain the constant supply for a family electricity needs for several days or even a week in grid failures or natural disasters with recharging by the solar panels. Additionally, NA300 also offers the 240V, 6000W connection with a Fusion Box and another NA300, IoT App Remote Control by iOS or Android, and other EP500 Pro’s merits.
The first-generation sodium-ion battery rivals the LiFePO4 battery cells widely used in other BLUETTI products in security and long cycle life except for the low energy density; yet the former excels in terms of cost, low-temperature performance, quick-charging, and other electrochemical aspects because of its chemical characteristics. BLUETTI’s sodium-ion battery can charge in less than 30 minutes to 80% SOC at room temperature. Besides, in a low-temperature environment of -20°C (-4℉), this sodium-ion battery pack in NA300 and B480 has a capacity retention rate of more than 85% and provides a system integration efficiency of over 80%, which is perfect for powering in winter or in regions with extremely low temperatures.
The long-waited APEX Finally Arrives: BLUETTI AC500
After 2 years of development and products iteration, the BLUETTI AC series now goes 5kW in 2022: meet the mighty BLUETTI AC500 (aka. The APEX). As the name suggests, the BLUETTI AC500 features a groundbreaking 5,000-watt pure sine wave inverter, which is the most powerful inverter that BLUETTI has ever shipped, and might well be the most powerful inverter in today’s market. The APEX also inherited the design language from its predecessor AC300, and just like the AC300, AC500 is a 100% modular solar battery system, works with its own battery module B301 (3072Wh LFP per pack) and also backwards compatible with the B300 battery module that BLUETTI shipped with the AC300 in 2020.
BLUETTI AC500 can work with up to 6×B301 (3,072Wh LFP per pack) battery modules per unit, adding up to a total of groundbreaking 18,432Wh. Power your whole families basic needs for DAYS during emergencies or power outages.
Turbo Charge: With AC and PV(solar) simultaneous charging, the total input can achieve up to 8000W. That is to say, one hour charging can power up an air conditioner for 5-8 hours, or an clothing dryer for 1-2 hours.
5000W AC Charging: Quickly charging to full, s steady backup power in case of any kinds of emergencies.
3000W PV(solar) Charging: Sustainable energy which is clean and friendly to the environment. One hour of PV charging can power up an electric saw for 2-4 hours or a professional computer for 4-6 hours.
5000W pure sine wave inverter for clean&safe power output, two AC500’s can be paired for a 240V, 10000W output power system (Split-phase bonding, home circuit integration by BLUETTI Smart Home Panel)
The Tiny Yet Mighty Assassin: BLUETTI EB3A
Before long they released the last compact model EB55, BLUETTI has brought another even smaller unit to their CES booth: the EB3A
Unlike the previous BLUETTI naming rules, the name EB3A is quite stand out among all BLUETTI product lineups, and BLUETTI staffs told us that the “A” stands for “advanced”, with a 600W pure sine wave inverter and 268Wh of LiFePO4 battery pack under the hood, and also support up to 200 watts of solar input, the EB3A is gonna be a quite big catfish for the entry-level power station market. (vs. Jackery 240, Ecoflow River Mini)
Unlike any other compact units of BLUETTI, the EB3A is the first model in the sub-3000Wh range that doesn’t need a bulky power brick to charge.
One single cable will charge the EB3A at a relatively stunning rate of 600W, 0 to 80% charged in only 20minutes!
With a decent price tag, the EB3A is gonna start a revolution among the ultra portable power stations.
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2022.01.20 16:49 knowah007 LOL girl's day and x got a song together and why did yt music change the cover art
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2022.01.20 16:49 ContributionTop876 Recruiting
Hello my clan MapleSyrup (yes thats the name accept it) is recruiting new people dont matter the rank u are in Arena just as long as ur active in guild war.
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2022.01.20 16:49 DisastrousDot3013 Operated imo
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2022.01.20 16:49 DeRpMuNsTa Any idea what kind of subs these are? It’s my buddies and he has no clue. They are audiobahn
2022.01.20 16:49 meoe Does Sauerkraut from the supermarket have any nutritional value?
I love sauerkraut and I know it’s great for the gut, but are the supermarket jars even beneficial if they’re pasteurised? I can make my own but buying it straight away saves so much time
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2022.01.20 16:49 MeSuckPP I have some code cards
I have about 15 code cards, some random SWSH booster packs and some celebrations packs, along with a Celebrations ETB code. Wanted to see if someone would be willing to trade me Rust or CSGO skins for my codes, or any other Steam Items. Thank you and have a good one!
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2022.01.20 16:49 svanapps How North Korea Might Exploit New Video Games for Crypto
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