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FoodIssues: For anyone dealing with food allergies, food sensitivities, etc.

2012.10.10 19:08 Wolvee FoodIssues: For anyone dealing with food allergies, food sensitivities, etc.

This sub is for anyone dealing with food allergies, food sensitivities, or anything like that. Most lucky bastards with iron guts don't understand how much these issues can affect one's quality of life. Hopefully, we can create a supportive community here that helps to improve the quality of life for all our subscribers.

2023.03.26 10:47 CatWatt March 25th Special Days - Featuring Tolkien/Lord of the Rings Freebies!

March 25th Special Days - Featuring Tolkien/Lord of the Rings Freebies!

March 25th is... National Tolkien Reading Day (2003)
-- An annual event, launched by The Tolkien Society in 2003, taking place on March 25th. It has the aim of encouraging the reading of the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, and the use of Tolkien's works in education and library groups. The date of March 25th was chosen in honor of the fall of Sauron, in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. The day was originally suggested by columnist Sean Kirst, of the Syracuse, NY Post-Standard newspaper. He has since organized Tolkien Reading Days every year since 2008.

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities, and Crafts:

💍 JRR Tolkien - Lord of the Rings Collection.pdf - Google Drive
💍 THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING Read Online Free Without a Book
💍 Learn a Tolkienian language such as Quenya
💍 Fifteen Places Tolkien Fans should Visit before they Die
💍 Tolkien Worksheets and Teaching Resources Free Printables
💍 Collection of Lord of the Rings Maps
💍 Lord of the Rings Online Game
💍 Free Tolkien Printable And he took her in his arms...
💍 Lord of the Rings Student Planner Printable {home-school planner}
💍 10 Best Lord Of The Rings Coloring Pages
💍 51 Lord Of The Rings Baby Names
💍 Hobbit Rune Generator: Old English Runes
💍 Language Arts Word Search Puzzles The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit
💍 FREE Printable Favorite Authors Puzzles: J.R.R. Tolkien
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💍 Free Printable – Not all who wander are lost
💍 The Lord of the Rings Word Search
💍 Tolkien Gateway: Featured quotes/Archive
💍 J.R.R. Tolkien's classic 'Lord of the Rings' papercraft printables
💍 J.R.R. Tolkien's maps
💍 LOTR Project is dedicated to bringing J.R.R. Tolkien's works to life
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Tolkien Recipes:

💍 Middle-earth Recipes
💍 Elevenses And Then Some: How To Prepare A Feast Fit For A Hobbit
💍 The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Recipes - Feast of Starlight
💍 Baked Goods and Pastries The Middle-Earth Foodie
💍 23 Lord of the Rings Recipes For The Perfect LOTR Party
💍 Miruvor Recipe - Celebration Generation
💍 7 Shire-Worthy Recipes for National Hobbit Day
💍 Food In The Hobbit - OAKDEN
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2023.03.26 06:05 suprjami A brief look at a "lost gaming distro" from 2006

u/Darkhentaint recently posted looking for a "lost gaming distro" from a 2006 Linux Magazine coverdisc: https://www.reddit.com/linux/comments/11z1u8u/looking_for_a_lost_distroany_chance_someone_can/
The disc was easily found on Internet Archive, which explained the story - A Spanish local government wanted to switch to Linux but couldn't find a distro which did everything they wanted, so they made their own distro. For fun, the creators also released a "gaming edition" too.
There is also a PDF of the DVD inlay from Linux Magazine's website: https://web.archive.org/web/20061101000000*/https://www.linux-magazine.com/issue/64/Linux_Magazine_DVD_Inlay.pdf
I was interested in this, so I ran it up in KVM and made a little screenshot tour: https://fosstodon.org/@suprjami/110087525461720186
It's Debian 3 Sarge with kernel 2.6.8 and GNOME 2.8.1. "Gaming edition" just means they pre-install literally every game that Debian provides. It also seems to install the fglrx package for ATI video drivers, and the nVidia driver.
There are many funny things to be seen. Multiple inconsistent menu systems, each with different icons and contents. 2006 was not Year Of The Linux Desktop.
The "network" setup asks for your ISP phone number, the idea of providing Ethernet GUI setup hadn't yet occurred to anyone, probably because nobody would have had Ethernet at home in 2006.
There are old versions of many familiar and outdated games and other things. It still has hits like Wesnoth and LinCity which exist today.
Of interest to me were old DOSBox 0.63, ZSNES 1.36, and ScummVM 0.6b.
You can even still visit Google in the ancient Firefox 1.0.6 too!
I hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane as much as I did.
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2023.03.25 23:07 voprosy Preview app: Is there a way to expose the "Go to page" feature? (always show the input field)

I'm using Mac OS Monterey and the Preview app.
I want to jump to a specific page in a large PDF file.
I understand there's a menu item (Go > Go to page) as well as a keyboard shortcut to reach the "Go to page" feature.
But I'm looking for an even more obvious way of doing it.
Next week I'm going to be doing a presentation in front of a relatively large group of people and during the presentation I need to switch from PowerPoint (or whatever) to Preview (with an opened PDF) and then jump to a specific page.
I'll need to do this multiple times. Whatever I do in Preview will be shared in the projection screen for everyone to see.
The PDF in question has +400 pages, and I don't know which pages I'll need to open, in advance.
Two features I'm looking for:
1) Easily access the "Go to page feature". My idea is an always visible input field that allows me to jump to any page.
2) To be able to show the thumbnails while in full screen. For some reason I can't do this... Is it possible?
If Preview doesn't allow this, is there a different PDF reader that does?
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2023.03.25 06:56 Faithhal eMachines D442 download instruction manual pdf

To download the instruction manual for eMachines D442 in PDF format, please follow these steps:
Go to the eMachines support website at mans.io
Click on the "Drivers and Manuals" link on the top menu.
Select "Notebook" as the product type.
Select "D Series" as the product family.
Select "D442" as the product model.
Scroll down to the "Documents" section and click on "User Manual" to download the manual in PDF format.
Alternatively, you can click on this direct link to download the manual: https://mans.io/item/eMachines/D442
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2023.03.25 02:58 mike_99780 Bowling league teammates

I am relatively new to Chatt (moved in 2020) and am looking to do a bowling league this summer at Spare Time off Brainerd Rd. I work remotely for a company out of state and haven’t really made that many friends in Chatt since moving here so I’m looking for chill people to bowl with. I usually focus on Disc Golf, but I want to try a bowling league for the summer. This is a 12 week summer league that starts May 4th. Teams of 3. I’d be happy to join an established group or go with newbies. I’ve been bowling since high school, so about 15 years, although I’ve never done a league. Anybody down?
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2023.03.24 22:11 j2ui Firefox Android latest version opens files in browser instead of downloading them

This is from the "What's new" page:
You can now view PDF documents as you browse, no need to download them and open external applications anymore.
What if I wanted the previuos behavior? For instance, if I want to download a PDF, it only views the file.
There is this way: you have to choose "download link" from the menu, which downloads it. But the problem is that it doesn't save the file with its name, as with the old way.
Is there a setting to change back to automatically downloading the file?
(Edit: also even when it views a file, it's kind of messed up sometimes and it's not showing the file normally, text of the file is messed up, although it seems this doesn't happen always as I viewed a file and it was normal)
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2023.03.24 21:10 Jfmartin67 Anybox – My Experience with a Bookmarks Manager

In a recent discussion on Micro.blog, someone mentioned Anybox as being an interesting alternative to Raindrop.io. As a light user of Raindrop.io, I was curious, so I spent some time investigating what Anybox was all about. Boy, I quickly became enthusiastic about it. In just a few hours of use, it was clear that my content creator workflow would be somewhat transformed. Here’s why and how.

How it started

Anybox came to my numeric life while I wasn’t really looking for a bookmarks manager. Sure, I heard about Goodlinks in the past and used Raindrop.io in recent years, but I didn’t feel the need to invest in a bookmark manager simply because I thought that bookmarks were useless. Thanks to Google or Safari, anything always seems to be in close sight. Why bother saving bookmarks? Then, I started thinking about all the bookmarks I stored in Craft for preparing articles or working on my monthly newsletter. When the quantity of bookmarks increases, Craft isn’t the right tool for storing this collection without any metadata capabilities. This is where an app like Anybox comes into play and becomes essential. The ability to set metadata for each bookmark is valuable over time.

Getting things in

Anybox is a native app on macOS, iOS and iPadOS. There is no web version of Anybox; I can live without it for now. Most of the time, bookmarks are saved using the provided Safari extension, which allows bookmarks to be assigned to collections and starred, as well as a brief comment. I’m still pondering how I could put the starring option to good use, but the option is there. Things like images and files can be saved into Anybox. This is not something I plan to do for now. I have other means of keeping those objects.
According to my incomplete statistics, Anybox supports importing bookmarks in more than 14 ways, which is the most exaggerated application I have ever seen. — Found on the internetI wanted to get my data out of Pocket too. Using the /export webpage, I could easily export the content as an HTML file. I didn’t want to reuse the tags in Pocket, so I simply saved them in my newly created collection. The next step was to create a collection to receive my Pocket data. Then I revoked all access to my Pocket account and deleted the account data before cancelling my subscription through the Mac App Store. The whole process took less than five minutes to complete.

Organizing bookmarks

Anybox SidebarAs the bookmarks collection grows, this is where collections become mandatory. Collections are presented like tags in Anybox, but the naming refers to collections. A bookmark can be assigned to many collections. Anybox allows for just the right amount of customization. Each collection can have its icon and colour, something I like to customize to my liking.
Anybox is incredibly flexible. The app isn’t overly complex, yet it offers just enough options and advanced features to allow more demanding users to tailor it to a wide range of use cases and workflows.The number of collections can grow quickly. Anybox allows for collections grouping using something like “headers”. In fact, headers act like folders. In one of the screenshots, “Areas of interest” is grouping four collections.
The exciting thing about collections is the ability to download the webpage automatically pointed out by the bookmark. This setting is done at the collection level. Articles are saved in the Safari Reader format, with the visual noise removed. Any bookmark with downloaded content contains a pair of glasses indicator, just like with Safari’s Reader mode. I set up an “Archive now” collection to quickly save any bookmarks with website content at my fingertips. It’s pretty handy. Right-clicking on the bookmark and selecting Show Reader will display the downloaded content. Make no mistake; it won’t replace Inoreader or become a read-later app. It’s just handy to have this.
Anybox can copy a deeplink pointing to any collection or header. Then, using the generated URL scheme, you can reuse the link within an app like Craft or Things 3.0. I like the integration possibilities between those three apps, something vital in my content creation workflow. I use this to create a recurring to-do that reminds me to look into a specific collection as writing inspiration sources for linkposts. This is an example: anybox://collection/8273617A-6C0E-43B2-BF1B-F21EE5915EE9.

Many useful goodies and observations

Anybox is essentially a bookmarks manager with many small goodies that a power user like me appreciates. Here are a few of them.
Anybox Anydock - Anybox adds a menu item in the menu bar, which can be configured to your liking with frequently used bookmarks. - Anybox also has a Raycast extension for a quick search of bookmarks from Raycast and many commands Anybox can execute. - Anybox’s bookmarks are indexed with Spotlight on iOS, iPadOS and macOS. - Anybox automatically maintains four smart folders: Today, Starred, All, and Inbox. They are pretty handy. - I like the information density in the bookmarks list and the navigation sidebars. - Anybox is well integrated into Apple’s ecosystem, supporting things like Spotlight, Shortcuts, AppleScript, widgets, etc. It’s crucial to see such a commitment by the app developer. - Bookmarks can be copied in the clipboard in many format arrangements: as markdown with or without the bookmark description, with the description followed by the link. It’s handy for adding a reference in Craft or Ulysses. The following was generated using “Copy As / Link with Title”: The Craft Bible 📔 https://www.craft.do/s/vgvQKijqkbyo6q - List content can be displayed as icons or as a gallery. It’s a per-collection setting. When asking Anybox to generate a screenshot of the website, the thumbnail is replaced with the screenshot. It doesn’t always work, though, for some reason.

What Anybox helped me replace

I love when a new app replaces one of the similar apps I currently use.Adding Anybox in my workflow triggered a significant cleanup in my Safari bookmarks. Some were as old as fifteen years old. With Anybox, I moved my bookmarks off Craft where it made sense. I had a few documents for storing interesting bookmarks on websites that I wanted to keep track of, but I couldn’t add metadata to each bookmark cleanly. These bookmarks are now saved into collections within Anybox. Raindrop.io is also definitively retired and out of my numeric life once and for all. I know this is a popular bookmarking and text highlighting application, but I never really liked the iPad or the Mac app nor used the text highlight feature.

Concluding words

I feel that 2023 is the year of focusing on the right things that make a difference in my digital life and one discovery like Anybox. I never thought that a bookmarks manager was something I would add to my toolset. At some point during my first few moments with Anybox, I wanted to surf the web just for the pleasure of saving bookmarks. I know it’s a bit crazy, but I guess this speaks to success from a design perspective. Anybox is a joy to use and offers features for power users like me while not feeling intimidating for casual use.
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2023.03.24 08:58 ancillary-reddit How to create a folder with PDFs extract it out of mail app

hi all, I have no idea about coding. I asked chat GPT to create me a code. It does not work though… 😒
I asked for the following:
  1. I want the script to search based on an email address
  2. I want files to be saved in the format “email received date and subject’s name”
  3. i want the script to include all emails (also old ones) by searching within the mail folder what has already been extracted from the inbox
that is what I got — not working:
on run {input, parameters} set theSender to "[email protected]" set pdfFolder to (path to iCloud folder as text) & "Matt" set processedFolderName to "Processed Emails"
tell application "Mail" set theMessages to (every message of inbox whose sender is theSender) repeat with theMessage in theMessages set theSubject to subject of theMessage set theDate to date received of theMessage set formattedDate to my formatDate(theDate) set theFilename to formattedDate & "_" & theSubject & ".pdf" set theFilePath to pdfFolder & theFilename if not (exists (POSIX file (theFilePath))) then tell theMessage save as "rtf" in theFilePath end tell do shell script "/System/Applications/TextEdit.app/Contents/MacOS/TextEdit " & theFilePath delay 2 tell application "TextEdit" activate tell application "System Events" tell process "TextEdit" set frontmost to true click menu item "Export as PDF…" of menu 1 of menu item "Export as PDF…" of menu 1 of menu bar item "File" of menu bar 1 delay 2 keystroke "G" using {command down, shift down} delay 2 keystroke pdfFolder delay 1 keystroke return delay 1 keystroke theFilename delay 1 click button "Save" of window "Export Your File" end tell end tell delay 2 close front document without saving end tell do shell script "rm " & quoted form of POSIX path of theFilePath -- Move processed email to a separate folder set processedFolder to (first mailbox whose name is processedFolderName) if not (exists processedFolder) then set processedFolder to make new mailbox with properties {name:processedFolderName} end if move theMessage to processedFolder end if end repeat end tell return input 
end run
on formatDate(theDate) set {year:y, month:m, day:d} to theDate set monthNumber to (m as integer) set formattedDate to (y * 10000) + (monthNumber * 100) + d as string return formattedDate end formatDate
Any experts?
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2023.03.24 01:27 sarapico98 Unable to see Allergens on side menu in QR SaaS

After purhcase All-access pass and download Allergens module in-app, I get only a zip containing source code of module, but after including it, I see it as installed in apps menu, but I don´t see configurations related to module nor Allergens menu option in side menu. Also I did not found the 50 icons that includes the plugin.
Some help?
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2023.03.23 19:16 Difficult-Ad-8423 Jimmy John’s unlisted allergen

Never posted here but just a heads up Jimmy John's new pesto salami caprese sandwich contains a pine nut pesto and the most recent allergen menu lists the pesto as nut-free. I almost made a big mistake for lunch today
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2023.03.23 19:14 Difficult-Ad-8423 Jimmy John’s unlisted allergen

Never posted here but just a heads up Jimmy John’s new pesto salami caprese sandwich contains a pine nut pesto and the most recent allergen menu lists the pesto as nut-free. Almost made a big mistake for lunch today
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2023.03.23 11:56 Friendly_Bumblebee13 The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Learning Tableau in 2023

The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Learning Tableau in 2023
The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Learning Tableau in 2023
Are you interested in data analysis and visualization? Do you want to learn how to create interactive and insightful reports? Then Tableau is the perfect tool for you! In this article, we'll guide you through the basics of Tableau and help you master the art of data visualization.
Understanding the Basics of Tableau: Navigation and Interface
Before we dive into the details, let's start with the basics. Tableau is a powerful data visualization tool that allows you to connect to different data sources, create interactive reports, and share your insights with others. The first thing you'll notice when you open Tableau is the user interface. It may seem overwhelming at first, but don't worry! We'll break it down for you.
The Tableau interface consists of several elements, including the menu bar, toolbar, data pane, and worksheet. The menu bar contains all the commands you need to work with Tableau, while the toolbar provides quick access to frequently used tools. The data pane allows you to connect to different data sources and drag and drop fields onto your worksheet, and the worksheet is where you create and customize your visualizations.
Read More: Kickstart your career with Tableau online training USA.
Importing Data into Tableau: Connecting to Different Data Sources
Now that you're familiar with the interface, it's time to import your data into Tableau. Tableau allows you to connect to a wide range of data sources, including spreadsheets, databases, and cloud services. To connect to a data source, simply click on the "Connect to Data" button in the startup screen or select "Connect" from the "Data" menu.
Once you've connected to your data source, you can drag and drop fields onto your worksheet to create visualizations. Tableau also provides a data interpreter that can help you clean and format your data, so it's ready for analysis.
Creating and Customizing Visualizations: Charts, Graphs, Maps, and More
Now that you've imported your data, it's time to start creating visualizations! Tableau provides a wide range of charts, graphs, and maps that you can use to represent your data. Some of the most popular visualizations include bar charts, line charts, scatter plots and heat maps.
To create a visualization in Tableau, simply drag and drop the fields you want to visualise onto the worksheet. Tableau will automatically create a chart based on the type of fields you've selected. You can customize your visualization by adjusting the colours, labels, and formatting.
Advanced Features and Functionality: Calculated Fields, Parameters, and Filters
Tableau provides a wide range of advanced features and functionality that can help you create more complex and insightful visualizations. Some of these features include calculated fields, parameters, and filters.
Calculated fields allow you to create new fields based on existing ones, using formulas and functions. Parameters allow you to create interactive controls that allow you to change the values of your visualizations on the fly. Filters allow you to narrow down your data based on specific criteria.
Sharing and Collaborating: Dashboards, Stories, and Reports
Once you've created your visualizations, it's time to share your insights with others. Tableau provides several ways to share and collaborate on your visualizations, including dashboards, stories, and reports.
Dashboards allow you to combine multiple visualizations into a single interactive dashboard that others can explore. Stories allow you to create interactive presentations that walk your audience through your insights. Reports allow you to export your visualizations into a PDF or image format that others can view and share.
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  3. Optimize your Calculations: Calculated fields can be a powerful tool, but they can also slow down your performance if they're not optimized. Try to use simple calculations whenever possible and avoid complex formulas and functions.
  4. Use Blending Instead of Joining: If you're working with data from multiple sources, blending can be faster than joining. Blending allows you to combine data from different sources without actually joining them.
  5. Use the Performance Recorder: The Performance Recorder is a built-in tool that allows you to record your actions and identify performance bottlenecks. Use the Performance Recorder to optimize your performance and identify areas for improvement.
By following these tips and tricks, you can optimize your performance and efficiency in Tableau and create more insightful and impactful visualizations.
Tableau is a powerful tool that can help you unlock insights from your data and create compelling visualizations. In this article, we've covered the basics of Tableau, including the interface, data connections, and visualizations. We've also explored advanced features like calculated fields, parameters, and filters, as well as sharing and collaboration options like dashboards, stories, and reports. Finally, we've shared some tips and tricks for optimizing your performance and efficiency in Tableau. With this knowledge, you'll be well on your way to becoming a Tableau master in 2023!
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2023.03.23 08:26 PyramKing Blue Water Inn Menu - Player Handout

Blue Water Inn Menu - Player Handout
The first version has "Red Dragon Crush" crossed out, presenting an opportunity to inquire and initiate the wine quest. The second version has "Red Dragon Crush" not crossed out, perhaps indicating a joyful return with the wine.
Download: Blue Water Inn Menu (PDF, Webp, and PNG)
Note: French Versions are available on our Discord.
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2023.03.23 03:46 danielmanbawl 11 tips for powerful the advanced google searches

11 tips for powerful the advanced google searches
Advanced Google searches are helpful because they let you narrow down and sort your search results to find more relevant information quickly and easily. Advanced Google searches let you narrow down your search results by using special operators and search modifiers. For example, you can search for an exact phrase, leave out certain words, look for a certain file type, and more. This can save you time and make it more likely that you’ll find the information you need. This makes advanced Google searches an important tool for both personal and business use.
Google search indexes and ranks websites based on their relevance and authority to the user’s search query using a complex algorithm. The algorithm considers hundreds of factors, including a website’s content, the number of links pointing to the site, and the relevance of the search query. The indexed data is then used to provide the user with the most relevant results, with the most authoritative and relevant websites appearing at the top of the search results. The search results are constantly updated to provide the user with the most up-to-date and accurate information.


Key components of Google search query

The key components of a Google search query, include keywords, operators, personalization, synonyms, spell correction, and the Knowledge Graph. Understanding these components can help users get the most relevant and accurate results for their search queries.
Keywords: The words or phrases typed into the search bar by the user.
Operators: Special symbols or commands that alter the search query to produce more specific results, such as “site:”, “inurl:”, and so on.
Personalization: The user’s location, search history, and other preferences can be used to change the search results.
Synonyms: Google’s algorithm can figure out the context of a search query and give back results that include words and phrases that are related to the query.
Spell correction: Google will automatically correct spelling errors in search queries to provide the best results.
Knowledge Graph: Google’s Knowledge Graph can provide more information about a query, such as the definition of a word or the location of a location.
All of these parts work together to give the user the most accurate and valuable results for their search.


Operators and symbols

Operators and symbols are special characters and commands in Google Search that let users refine and change their search results. These operators and symbols, when combined with keywords, provide more specific results and assist users in finding exactly what they’re looking for on the internet. Users can use these tools to narrow down their search results, exclude irrelevant information, and look for specific file types, websites, and more.
Within Google Advanced Search, there are five primary common symbols that can be utilized.
Quote marks (“”): These are used to locate a specific phrase.
Plus sign(+): The plus sign is a mandatory keyword inclusion
Minus sign (-): Excludes a word from the search results.
OR: Used to search for either of two or more terms.
Asterisk (*): As a wildcard, an asterisk can be used to replace the indefinite part of the search term.
There are six primary operators that are typically utilized in Google Advanced Search.
Site: This limits the search results to one website.
Related: Look for pages that are related to this URL. See, for example, related:beecommercer.com.
Filetype: limits the search results to a specific file type.
Intitle: limits the search results to pages with a specific word in the title.
intext: pages with keywords; for example, intext:beecommercer returns only pages with the keyword beecommercer.
Inurl: limits the search results to pages with a specific word in the URL.
You can use these operators and symbols to narrow down and change your Google search results to find the most relevant information for a certain query.

Perform more complex searches

o perform more complex searches, you can use multiple operators and symbols in a single Google search query. Here are a couple of examples:
Excluding a word from a particular website: Combine the site: operator with the minus sign (-) to leave a word out of your search results on a certain website. For example, if you search for “chocolate cake recipe site:allrecipes.com — chocolate chips,” Google will return chocolate cake recipes that are only available on the allrecipes.com website and do not include chocolate chips.
Searching for a specific phrase within a specific website: Use the site: operator along with quotation marks (“”) to look for a specific phrase on a website. If you search for “best chocolate cake recipe site:allrecipes.com,” Google will only return results for the exact phrase “best chocolate cake recipe” on the allrecipes.com website.
Searching for multiple terms within a specific file type: To search for two or more terms within a specific file type, combine the filetype: operator with the OR operator. For example, if you search for “chocolate cake recipe OR brownie recipe filetype:pdf”, Google will return results for both chocolate cake and brownie recipes in PDF format.
You can perform more complex searches and find the information you’re looking for more easily and efficiently by combining these operators and symbols in different ways.

Google search tips and tricks

Using the Google search autocomplete feature

Google’s search autocomplete feature is a tool that suggests search terms as you type them into the search bar. Here’s how you can put it to use:
Begin typing your search term: Google will display a drop-down menu with suggestions based on your search terms as you type in the search bar.
Choose a suggestion: If you see one that matches your search, simply click on it to select it. When you choose a suggestion, it becomes your search query, and when you press the enter key, the search is done.
Browse multiple suggestions: If you’re not sure what you’re looking for, you can browse the various suggestions by using your keyboard’s up and down arrow keys. You can see a preview of the results for each suggestion by selecting it and pressing the enter key.
Improve your search query: If you don’t see what you’re looking for, continue typing your search query. Based on your search terms, the autocomplete feature will dynamically update with new suggestions.
You can save time and get more accurate search results by using Google’s search autocomplete feature. It can also help you find new, related topics that you may not have thought of before.

Using Google’s advanced search page

Google’s advanced search page is a powerful tool that lets you do searches that are more specific and in-depth. Here’s how you can put it to use:
You can get to the advanced search page by clicking on the “settings” icon in the Google search bar and then selecting “Advanced search.”
Set your search terms. To set your search terms, go to the advanced search page and enter keywords or phrases in the “Find pages with” box.
Fine-tune your search results: On the advanced search page, you can use the different options to fine-tune your search results. You can, for example,
  1. Narrow down your search results by language or region.
  2. Look for pages that contain a specific file type, such as PDF or Microsoft Word documents.
  3. Look for pages that were last updated within a certain time frame.
  4. Look for pages that contain specific words or phrases.

Perform the search: Once you’ve chosen your search terms and narrowed down your search results, click the “Advanced Search” button to start the search.
You can perform more precise searches and find the information you’re looking for more easily and efficiently by using Google’s advanced search page.
Definitely! Trying out advanced Google searches is a great way to improve your search skills and make it easier to find what you’re looking for. As you learn more about the different operators and symbols, you’ll be able to make more complex search queries that will help you find what you’re looking for faster.
So don’t be afraid to experiment with different operator and symbol combinations and see what kind of results you get. You might be surprised at the results you can get from advanced Google searches. Who knows, you might even discover a new and efficient method of finding information that you can use in your everyday life! So, why not give it a shot?
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2023.03.23 00:25 KarnoRex I typeset the newest We The Investors Comment letter in LaTeX so we can send in a professional-looking pdf instead of a word-file. GO COMMENT!

I typeset the newest We The Investors Comment letter in LaTeX so we can send in a professional-looking pdf instead of a word-file. GO COMMENT!

Heya mammals!
I just spent the last few hours formatting this letter into a LaTeX document. For those of you who don't know what that is, it is a typesetting language. That means instead of drag-and-dropping images you write a small command that inserts it for you. Basically.
HOW TO LATEX (you want pretty letter like me, yes?):
You can use overleaf.com to compile the document. Create a user and open up a blank document.
  • Copy the text from the .tex file (links below) or upload it to your document and call that file main.tex.
  • Fill out your info and correct the date.
    • You can leave the any other info blank and it will just sign your name. Like so: \newcommand\otherInfo{}
  • Upload the images provided in the zip file. (Or get them yourself)
  • Go to the menu in the top left and change the compiler to LuaLaTeX.
  • Press compile.
  • Download the PDF from the menu in the top left and double check the date and signature.
  • Send your Email or tinker with the file as much as you like!
  • 🚀
Link to the .zip with images and .tex file: https://easyupload.io/kt0ddu

For the Techies: Thanks for making me aware that some people might want just the raw code and do it themselves, bvttfvcker! 🚀
If you're worried about malicious files here's the raw LaTeX code: https://pastebin.com/HcJX0YWi
Images are at the bottom of the post.

What overleaf will greet you with when you have made a new document and how the files should look on the left when uploaded!

First page. Footnotes are interactive (will jump to the right place in the pdf when clicked) and all links can be clicked in the pdf.
I made the legend in the image on page 5 more readable compared to the template on We The Investors.
Footnotes look clean!
Last page. The text at the bottom will change when you fill out the info at the top of main.tex and recompile the PDF
The following are the images in the file if for those of you who do it manually:
figure7.png (Yes, I didn't bother to reconstruct the table lmayo)
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2023.03.22 23:01 valdri96 menuLinks not working

I want to add my own link to jellyfin, but it doesn't work
My config:
"includeCorsCredentials": false,
"multiserver": false,
"themes": [
"name": "Apple TV",
"id": "appletv",
"color": "#bcbcbc"
}, {
"name": "Blue Radiance",
"id": "blueradiance",
"color": "#011432"
}, {
"name": "Dark",
"id": "dark",
"color": "#202020",
"default": true
}, {
"name": "Light",
"id": "light",
"color": "#303030"
}, {
"name": "Purple Haze",
"id": "purplehaze",
"color": "#000420"
}, {
"name": "WMC",
"id": "wmc",
"color": "#0c2450"
"menuLinks": [
"name": "Custom Link",
"url": "https://jellyfin.org"
"name": "Custom Link w. Custom Icon",
"icon": "attach_money",
"url": "https://demo.jellyfin.org/stable"
"servers": [],
"plugins": [
My docker volumes:
- /home/dawid/ct/jellyfin/config:/config
- /home/dawid/ct/jellyfin/config.json:/jellyfin/jellyfin-web/config.json
- /home/dawid/data/jellyfin/cache:/cache
- /home/dawid/data/jellyfin/metadata:/metadata
- /home/dawid/data/media/filmy:/data/media/filmy
- /home/dawid/data/media/seriale:/data/media/seriale
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2023.03.22 22:48 Tazowski Focal Sub Air connection with Marantz NR1200

Focal Sub Air connection with Marantz NR1200
I'm bit confused about how to properly connect Focal Sub Air subwoofer to Marantz NR 1200. I have 2.1 setup.
#1 question is: does Marantz NR1200 support LFE? I can't find that setting in menu, but it is in manual:

#2 question is: If Marantz NR1200 does not support LFE, should I connect Focal Sub Air with both LEFT and RIGHT channels from transmitter to both PRE OUT connectors (#9 on screen below) in Marantz NR1200?
I'm confused because Focal's manual says to connect RIGHT and LEFT to both PRE OUT (#9 on screen below) outputs on amplituner:

but on the other hand Marantz's manuals says subwoofer should be connected with only RIGHT transmitter channel to ONE PRE OUT on Marantz:


Below you can find manuals in PDFs:
Marantz NR1200 manual
Focal Sub Air manual
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2023.03.22 16:29 dektol Ricoh C261SFNw: Prints PDF fine from Android - toner doesn't adhere from OSX with same PDF

I've been ready to throw my Ricoh C261SFNw out the window. I use it every once in a while to print return labels on plain copy paper and every time it's a battle (requires 25-40 prints to get one good one). I'm a developer and worked in a print shop during college so have plenty of experience dealing with these machines and followed the normal troubleshooting steps from a printer hardware and software/driver perspective.
Background: I've had the printer for 3 or so years now. I refilled the OEM toner cartridges and replaced the chips and thought the printer was punishing me via some kind of firmware treachery (as the test prints always come out 100%, printed from the printer's menu).
Symptoms: It'll take about 25-40 prints to get one where the barcode is scannable and the text is readable. Black text on this printer has always been abysmal.
Fix: Print from Android.

What I've tried:




Edit: Added what I've tried
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2023.03.22 13:17 jomamadag .

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2023.03.21 15:42 coolingnow A “Proof of Concept” Action On Adding Bluetooth Support to the Xiegu G90 HF Transceiver

(Shared by Ed Durrant's blog. View more details: https://www.radioddity.com/blogs/all/adding-bluetooth-support-to-the-xiegu-g90-hf-transciever)

A “proof of concept” action.

First, it is important to define what we are doing here. Some modern radios have Bluetooth built-in so that they can be operated remotely. The G-90 does not.
I want to add such control to the XIEGU G90 (this may also work with the X5105 model as well, but this has not been tested). I do not intend to open the radio case, rather I will add standard external modules that are available over eBay and other online retailer sites. There are two parts to this action.

Audio via Bluetooth.

The first stage is to get audio to and from the radio from some Bluetooth enabled headset or earpiece, as used with many Smartphones these days. I expected this should be the easy part of the solution while there are many standard solutions available for this that can be purchased for a few dollars/Euros/pounds. Unfortunately, this part of the solution caused me the greatest problems as the issue with the common units is that they operate as a transmitter or a receiver needing to be manually switched between the modes or even they only operate one mode at a time by a cable being inserted into one or other socket. This is not going to work with a Bluetooth Headset (note we need to use a Headset, not Headphones – a Headset is Headphones with a microphone). The Bluetooth electronics in Smartphones have this “duplex” capability but to find an external adapter with the same capabilities is not easy. Investigation showed that “aptX” support can supply what is required to handle audio going to and coming from the headset at the same time but even an adapter that says it has aptX (often one that also has NFC) isn’t always one that will handle two-way audio! The alternative using two BT adapters, one running as TX and the other as Rx path, will not work as the headset is designed for use with a smartphone and hence a single (duplex) channel.
The audio connections (ought) to be the simpler part of this project – it seems not to be the case!
I gave up looking at the direct adapter solution when I saw that an audio plus PTT solution is already available for HTs. These kits include adapter, earphone/headset and PTT button are not cheap, so shop around but make sure you are buying the complete kit and not just the earphone at the advertised price, which is not always clear!
The ideal would be just to buy the “HB-6A” adapter in the middle of the picture above and I did eventually find one company selling just that at $25 plus P&P after I had ordered a complete kit. Prices for the same kit can vary from €29 to €90! The headset alone costs €13.95. Shop around and the “kit price” from several AliExpress and eBay sellers is around €40 including tax and shipping. Of course, if you don’t already have a Bluetooth headset that you wish to use, then the one in the kit might be fine as it’s supplied to use with the adapter in a communications mode. I already had an over the ears BT headset, so now I have both Headset and earpiece/microphone.
After wiring this set via 2.5mm and 3.5mm stereo jacks to the ACC socket mini-DIN plug, pairing the headset to the unit and testing, I found two problems.
  1. I had no audio coming out to by Bluetooth headset or earphone. This was simply solved by switching the output from the Internal speaker in the G90 to the ACC socket in the system menu. This is reached by pressing the button once so that the orange light comes on and then the button on the right-hand side of the radio, twice and then using the main tuning knob to change the setting from SPKR to LINE. You can also access the levels of the line input and output in these menus and I suggest you set both of these to their top value of 15.
  2. Then the microphone level was far too low. As I have wired to the ACC socket – it expects computer level (1v peak-to-peak) audio, whereas the HT, where this BT adapter would normally connect to, would be expecting electret microphone level audio. Now I could wire up an inline RJ45 connector and feed the audio into the microphone socket of the G90 but I decided rather than doing that I would add a small €3 LM386 amplifier module that is normally used with Arduino projects.
This has the advantage of having a volume control, so I can set the audio input level correctly.
The first test of this modified set-up was fine up to about 3 watts but after then there was constant output indicated even when I wasn’t talking – RF Ingress! So I added a parallel pair of a 0.1 (104) and 0.01 (103) µF ceramic capacitors across the input and output of this pre-amp module and a 0.1 (104) µF capacitor directly on the mic connector on the 3.5mm jack socket, to the ground (earth) connection on the 2.5mm jack socket and with my next test… No RF Ingress – all levels were quiet until I spoke then the output meter indicated full scale on 20 watts. I suspect I will need to back the gain off a little now H.I.
A total surprise was that after pairing the little PTT button that also came with the audio adapter set, it worked straight away with no issues at all, meaning I can use this rather than the PTT option in the remote-control app (more about that app below).
To avoid always having to unplug the module to charge its internal battery via a micro-USB cable, I added a regulator board designed for the Raspberry Pi to take the 8 or 9v coming from the G90 ACC socket down to 5v for the mini-USB socket so that the Bluetooth audio module is constantly being trickle charged while in use. This supply also has a spare micro-USB plug to charge the PTT button unit when needed.

CAT Control via BT.

The second part of the solution is to get CAT (Computer Aided Transceiver) remote control commands over a Bluetooth serial connection to the radio from the remote device.
Only by having a separate “remote control console” with the Bluetooth headset can the G90 radio be operated fully “cordless”.
The remote device and software to do the control work is not discussed in this article. You may have your own choices but my choice is to use an Android Smart Phone and the PocketRxTx software ($5/5 Euro/5 pound for the full version – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ro.yo3ggx.rxtxpro ). The software handles the CAT side of this project. In addition, the phone itself could also handle the BT Audio but I prefer to use a BT headset.
Background – ICOM has used a 3.5mm jack for their CiV CAT connections on their rigs for some time. Xiegu on models other than the X108G (which uses a micro-USB port) has also adopted the 3.5mm stereo jack along with a subset of the ICOM CiV command set for remote control of the radio. There is one important difference, however – the ICOM radios although fitted with a stereo jack, have Tx and Rx on the tip of the plug shorted together and don’t need a connection to the ring. The case is earth. Xiegu keeps Tx and Rx signals separate and uses therefore all three connections.
There are already BT comms adapters that plug into the ICOM rigs on the market and cost around 15 Euros from China.
Using the graphic for the HC-05 module and tracing the lines back, it is clear these are the Rx and Tx data input lines which both go to the 3.5mm plug, so this bridge needs to be removed so that we have TxD and RxD separate as supplied and needed by the G90.
As the voltage is regulated down to 3.3v by the carrier board, a supply of 5-9v DC is fine to power the dongle. Of course, I had to remove the full-sized DIN plug from the lead and fit a suitable mini-DIN plug and wire to the available supply pin from the G90s accessory socket. Later for the combined BT CAT and BT audio solution, the audio in and out wires was also connected through to the mini-DIN plug.
All good so far – now comes the tricky part. The G90’s serial port ONLY works at 19200 bps, so the module needs to be re-programmed from 9600 to 19200 bps before it will work. For this, you will need another small par-dollar interface board and some free software to do the speed programming change. Full details can be found on pages 4 & 5 of this document:
https://www.yo3ggx.ro/btcat/FT8x7\_DIY\_Bluetootth\_CAT\_interface\_v1.pdf Credit: Dan Toma YO3GGX.
After updating the serial speed of the dongle, I was able to control several useful functions of the G90 radio from the PocketRxTx App running on my Android phone.
The final combined design using modules for adding Bluetooth Audio and CAT connectivity to the XIEGU G90 and possibly other radios.
In line with using modules, as the Handy Talkie, BT audio unit runs from an internal battery that has to be regularly charged up and the BT-Cat module needs to be powered, we need to supply their required DC voltages. While the BT-CAT module is happy with the 8/9v that the G90 can supply over its ACC socket – the Audio interface only expects 5v onto its micro-USB charging port.
In theory, a very simple solution might be to insert a resistor from the G90’s 9v DC supply however as the load will change depending upon how charged or uncharged the internal battery is, it’s best to use a proper regulator.
Looking around I found the small board below, that is used to power a Raspberry Pi with 5v to its USB connector, so this should suit our needs quite well. The charging cable supplied with the HT-BT audio unit has one USB-A connector and two micro-USB connectors so one will be connected permanently to the HT-BT unit and the other I will leave available and accessible to charge whichever Bluetooth headset is in use or the PTT button.
The cable with the mini-DIN plug from this box plugs into the ACC socket on the rear of the G90 and the stereo 3.5mm jack into the data socket on the side of the head unit.
Note: do not plug the data connection in until the radio is operating as otherwise, the presence of a cable in this socket can cause the radio to think it is in the middle of a firmware upgrade and to set it back into normal operation can be difficult should this occur.
When starting the use of the Bluetooth adapters, the HT module needs to be turned on by a long press on its button – this is inconvenient as it means the clear plastic box has to be opened. Once devices have been paired to the HT-BT unit once however they automatically pair again when they are turned on. (for the first time pairing procedure, refer to the HT BT-adapter documentation that it is supplied with (a magnifying glass may be needed).

Improvements planned.

The intention of building everything into the clear plastic box was always going to be a temporary solution. The use of the 2.5 & 3.5mm sockets on the HT-BT unit and its need to be turned on manually every time it is needed are two non-ideal situations. In a hope to resolve this into a better final solution, I have ordered an inline cable connector that has the stereo sockets in the correct spacing for the HT-BT unit and I have decided not to trickle change the BT-HT unit but rather have it accessible in an elongated cable harness with plus one end into the ACC socket and the other into the G90s data-port so that adding Bluetooth to the G-90 will then be the addition of just one cable with a small box in its middle housing the audio pre-amp and the BT serial board.
The main thing is that the solution has been proven here – it is possible to add Bluetooth support externally to a Xiegu G90 using easily available modules and without any changes to the radio being needed.

View more details with images: https://www.radioddity.com/blogs/all/adding-bluetooth-support-to-the-xiegu-g90-hf-transciever
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MARCH 21, 2023 ~Australian Firm Selected by Pentagon to Build Hypersonic Test Aircraft~

Australian Firm Selected by Pentagon to Build Hypersonic Test Aircraft - UASweekly.com
Australian Aerospace Company Hypersonix Launch Systems to Develop High-Speed Aircraft for Pentagon’s Hypersonic Testing
The U.S. Department of Defense has selected Hypersonix Launch Systems, an Australian aerospace company, to develop a high-speed aircraft to test hypersonic technologies. The aircraft, called DART AE, will test high-speed platforms, components, sensors, and communication and control systems. According to Hypersonix, DART AE is powered by a hydrogen-fueled scramjet engine and can fly at speeds up to Mach 7.
The Defense Innovation Unit’s Hypersonic and High-Cadence Airborne Testing Capabilities (HyCAT) program aims to alleviate the strain on government test infrastructure by partnering with non-traditional companies. DIU has not disclosed the value of the contract. Testing infrastructure has been a limiting factor in the development of hypersonic technologies, and the Pentagon aims to increase the cadence and fly at least one test per week, with HyCAT being part of that strategy.
DIU also awarded a contract to California-based Fenix Space to build a reusable tow-launch system. The data and analyses resulting from these prototype tests will accelerate the evaluation of potential weapon system concepts, technologies, and mission sets.
The aircraft developed by Hypersonix is scheduled to fly for the first time in early 2024, with HyCAT testing expected to begin in the next 12-18 months.


JANUARY 2023 National Defense Act PASSES & Calls out (NIOBIUM, TITANIUM & SCANDIUM) & the need to Establish a U.S. Industrial Base for the Supply & Processing of ALL!




Home - NioCorp Developments Ltd.


ON Feb. 29th 2023, ~President Biden Signs Presidential Waiver of Statutory Requirements for Supply Chain Resilience~

President Biden Signs Presidential Waiver of Statutory Requirements for Supply Chain Resilience > U.S. Department of Defense > Release

THEN ON MARCH 1, 2023 ~Biden invokes Defense Production Act to expand production of Hypersonics

Biden invokes Defense Production Act to expand production of hypersonics DefenseScoop
Doing so, Biden hopes to stimulate the production of "airbreathing engines, advanced avionics position navigation and guidance systems, and CONSTITUENT MATERIALS FOR HYPERSONIC SYSTEMS."
Lockheed Martin's hypersonic Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW) is intended to travel 500 miles in just 10 minutes once fired from a B-52 bomber. That's 3,000 mph, versus about 500 mph for a conventional weapon. Mike Tsukamoto/staff; Lockheed Martin; USAF
The memo circulated by the White House, and scheduled to soon hit the Federal Register, calls for the federal government to take action to accelerate and stimulate the production of “airbreathing engines, advanced avionics position navigation and guidance systems, and constituent materials for hypersonic systems,” which Biden calls “essential to the national defense.”

“[W]ithout Presidential action under section 303 of the Act, United States industry cannot reasonably be expected to provide the additional investment required to provide airbreathing engines and CONSTITUENT MATERIALS for hypersonic systems adequately and in a timely manner,” the memo says.

MARCH 13, 2023 ~ C) (Follow up) - Is Niocorp still engaged with \"Several Federal Agencies\" other than the EXIM Bank as sources for \"Debt\" or Off-take agreements? Comment if you can...
Response: ~"Yes, multiple federal agencies, elected officials in the Congress, and the WH. "~
(So as of March 13th 2023..... "STUFF CONTINUES TO BE HAPPENING I GUESS!")

“Specifically included in the Waiver are defense organic industrial base supply chains critical to the DoD as well as critical supply chains for electronics, kinetic capabilities, castings and forgings, minerals and materials, and power and energy storage. This authority also affords the ability to invest in strategic areas that enable the industrial base such as workforce development,” the DOD said.

NIOBIUM ~What are Hypersonic Technologies & Why are They Important?

Niobium & C-103: What Makes it Unique for Hypersonics? - Domaille Engineering
Hypersonic technology has the potential to revolutionize transportation, allowing aircraft and missiles to travel at Mach Five (3,838 miles per hour) or higher speeds. Five times the speed of sound, these vehicles can soar one mile per second. Put in perspective, a commercial jetliner typically travels 460 – 575 miles per hour, which is about Mach 0.75 – 0.85.
With the advent of this new technology, new classes of flight vehicles have faster access to a military response, commercial air travel and space. In addition, hypersonic vehicles would be less reliant on traditional fuel sources, making them more environmentally friendly.
To achieve these high speeds, however, hypersonic vehicles must be incredibly strong and heat resistant. This is where niobium comes into the equation.

Castheon Hypersonics – ADDMAN (addmangroup.com)

Niobium: The Metal of the Future

Niobium and columbium are interchangeable names for the element with the symbol Nb and atomic number 41. This rare element is primarily sourced from Brazil and is mined from tantalite and pyrochlore ores.
A transition metal that is soft and ductile, niobium forms a thin oxide film to protect from corrosion when exposed to oxygen. In its pure metal form, this element is incredibly versatile. In addition to its use in alloys, Niobium is leveraged in the construction of rocket subassemblies, jet engine components, and combustion equipment. The high melting point (2,469°C) and low density of niobium allow these types of parts to operate at extremely high temperatures with excellent corrosion resistance.
Outside the Aerospace and Defense sector, the material can be used in the production of superconducting magnets that power trains, MRI machines, and even the energy particle accelerator at CERN in Switzerland. It’s a truly diverse metal with a wide range of applications.


Castheon Hypersonics – ADDMAN (addmangroup.com)

Click on link above to watch video~

MARCH 16, 2023 TITANIUM~ NPS Student Operational Insight and Faculty Collaboration Advances Hypersonics Applied Research

NPS Student Operational Insight and Faculty Collaboration Advances Hypersonics Applied Research > United States Navy > News-Stories

From Matthew Schehl, Naval Postgraduate School Office of University Communications

MONTEREY, Calif. - In a small area – 4 inches by 4 inches, to be precise – in a Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) research laboratory, a uniquely-capable facility is supporting foundational hypersonics research and preparing U.S. Navy and Marine Corps officers to advance, integrate, and employ the sea services’ emerging hypersonic capabilities.

Over the next year, the team will focus on modeling and investigating the elemental physics of hypersonics, Hobson says. Drawing extensively on Xerox’s first liquid metal printer and a small powder bed metal printer, NPS engineers are able to fabricate a wide variety of components out of different metals, including ALUMINUM and TITANIUM, predict their performance using computational fluid dynamics, and see how they perform under hypersonic conditions.


MARCH 14, 2023 ~~Navy seeks $900M for Hypersonics R&D, plans to buy 8 Conventional Prompt Strike missiles in 2024~

The sea service is looking to buy eight “all-up rounds” and associated canisters for Conventional Prompt Strike weapons in 2024, marking the first procurement of the missiles.
Wallops Island, Virginia, Oct. 21, 2021. U.S. Navy Strategic Systems Programs and the Army Hypersonic Program Office successfully conducted a High Operational Tempo for Hypersonics flight campaign. This test informed the development of the Navy’s Conventional Prompt Strike and the Army’s Long Range Hypersonic Weapon offensive hypersonic strike capability. (U.S. Navy Photo/Released)
The Navy is asking lawmakers for $901 million in fiscal 2024 for research, development, test and evaluation work for its Conventional Prompt Strike program, as it pursues plans to integrate hypersonic missiles into destroyers and submarines.
The sea service is also looking to buy eight “all-up rounds” and associated canisters for CPS weapons in 2024, marking the first procurement of the missiles. The Navy intends to procure a total of 64 rounds in fiscal 2024-2028, according to budget documents released Monday.
Hypersonic weapons are a high priority for the Department of Defense writ large as it tries to catch up with China and Russia in this area. These types of missiles are designed to fly faster than Mach 5 and be highly maneuverable against enemy air defenses.
“The CPS weapon system will deliver a hypersonic conventional offensive strike capability through a depressed boost-glide trajectory to prosecute deep-inland, time-critical, soft and medium-hardened targets in contested environments,” according to Navy budget documents.



On the path to hypersonic passenger aircraft, Hermeus is partnering with government agencies including the US Air Force and NASA to develop a series of autonomous aircraft that derisk the technology and solve urgent national security challenges.



Form Your own Opinions & Conclusions Above!


"It does appear the WORLD might be INERESTED in NIOBIUM, TITANIUM & SCANDIUM & MORE!"




~ "NB" ~


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