@InternetEh I actually read something a while back in an earth science class I took about dumping green peridotite sand on beaches to dissolve into the oceans to make it easier for shellfish to extract carbonates from the ocean into their shells, which then fall to the seabed after they die and are mostly insoluble and stay sequestered, and it can be done at a massive scale as part of beach erosion maintenance projects
I also saw something about doing similar by dumping organic iron into the ocean to trigger algal blooms in areas with low natural levels of iron, as it's the limiting factor in some systems
one of the problems with using trees for sequestration is that when the trees die they need to be buried otherwise they'll be broken down and the carbon is released back into the system, and it's also a very high manual-effort process so it's hard to pitch to politicians
it is sooooo early 2000s edgy fake deep to just show fat people engaging in recreation and the implication of “look at these lazy disgusting people see this is what’s wrong with the world” like y’all know y’all can talk about consumerism without being fatphobic right
comunque sono molto felice di aver fatto un blog perché così finalmente ogni immagine ha lo spazio e il tempo giusto e la giusta importanza, invece di essere ritagliata e compressata e stipata in un ratio sempre uguale (tipo insta) e lasciata soffocare in mezzo ad altre 329873987 immagini
ve lo passo poi quando c'è più roba
Also remember that Nintendo had a member of Team Xecuter deported from their home country and another extradicted to face felony charges in the US.
I've been openly critical of Team Xecuter in the past, but they had developed the only working modchip to run your own software on new Switch variants. The charges against them are absurd: they have taken from their home countries and arrested for selling devices and software that allow users more ccontrol over their own hardware.
My son decided to wear a dress to daycare today. I didn't give it two thoughts other than the workers may tell him to take it off because it's a princess costume and the other kids might complain why they can't come disguised too. When I got the the daycare, some kids started pointing at him, not mocking, but def curious. My son became shy, but insisted in wearing the dress despite this, which made me proud of him.
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