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Scientists discover how Danionella cerebrum, measuring width of adult human fingernail, can create noises exceeding 140 decibels

One of the world’s smallest fish, measuring about the width of an adult human fingernail, can make a sound as loud as a gunshot, scientists have said.

The male Danionella cerebrum, a fish of about 12mm found in the streams of Myanmar, produces sounds that exceed 140 decibels, according to the study published in the PNAS journal, equal to an ambulance siren or jackhammer.

The most common mechanism in fishes to produce sound involved vibrations of their swim bladder – a gas-filled organ used to control buoyancy – driven by rhythmic contractions of specialised “drumming” muscles, the paper said.

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AI Just Cleared A Big Hurdle On The Road To Nuclear Fusion Energy::We've had Nazi AIs, art thief AIs, and gobbledegook AIs. Welcome to the other end of the bell curve.

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Hello there!

I was wondering what people on here use for general household related peojects and general recurring task management.

I feel like it would be easier to get stuff done if my wife and I could have a place to store and real time add/update information on things. Notes on the fridge don't cut it anymore, as life gets complex.

I was looking into NextCloud AIO. I don't care much for the mail, file sync or call and chat features. But a shared calendar and the Deck app with tasks sound useful. Along with the cookbook app that exists.

I was also checking out independent-ish solutions like Vikunja and Kitchen owl. I was also looking for a MS whiteboard-like thing to use, and Excalidraw came up. It is possible to tie all these together with a dashboard, so it doesn't feel like it's all over the place I am sure. But the wife approval factor is also something I have to keep in mind. Also, mobile apps are hit and miss in my opinion.

If you have extendes experiences with the above tools or alternatives that you use, please share how you like it! I could use some perspective before I deploy stuff to "prd".

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..and a goofy bonus bird :)

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cross-posted from: https://pawb.social/post/7233504

Supporting the Rules

alt text: "the state of the animation industry"

"you're pirating that show? don't you wanna support the creators?" "I AM the creator."

"haha the only way I can show future employers my work is to send a link to a bunch of pirated copies of it haha what a nightmare haha"

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https://t.me/MykolaOleshchuk/210

https://t.me/kpszsu/11187

🔥 One more minus⚠️ Su-34 in the Eastern direction!.

Yesterday, Russian pilots managed to evade our missiles, but this will not always be the case!

❗️That is why I advise the occupants to see their relatives before each departure just in case. Because who knows, he will be lucky or not this time.

Thank you all for your hard work! We work for victory!

➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖

🇺🇦 Commander of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Lieutenant General Mykola Oleschuk

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Hello!

I've been working on updating my ebooks for the past year or so. Last week, I finished the changes for Ruby one-liners ebook. My main motivation was to catch up to any features added in newer versions of these tools, correcting typos, better examples, descriptions, etc. I've also added a few more exercises.

You can read these books online:

Free PDF/EPUB bundle

You can get my Magical one-liners bundle for free till the end of this month. This bundle contains PDF/EPUB versions of the five ebooks mentioned above.

TUI apps for interactive exercises

I also used Textual (Python framework) to create TUI apps. These will help you solve exercises for grep, sed and awk interactively. You can also use any other CLI tool like ripgrep, perl, ruby, etc to solve these questions (as long as the command output matches the expected results).

See my GitHub repo https://github.com/learnbyexample/TUI-apps for installation, screenshots and other details.

Feedback

I would highly appreciate it if you'd let me know how you felt about these books. It could be anything from a simple thank you, pointing out a typo, mistakes in code snippets, which aspects of the book worked for you (or didn't!) and so on. Reader feedback is essential and especially so for self-published authors.

Happy learning :)

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This study shows links between Long COVID’s neurological effects, including brain fog and cognitive decline, and brain blood vessel integrity, offering hope for new treatments and diagnostic methods.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41593-024-01576-9 (open access)

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Feishin: An open source self-hosted music player that can connect to your Navidrome and Jellyfin libraries

https://github.com/jeffvli/feishin

@selfhosted

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Yet another "brilliant" scheme from a cryptobro. Naturally this caused a gold-rush for scammers who outsourced random people via the gig economy to open PRs for this yml file (example)

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