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#15121 Post by Technic[Bot] »

In my job most of that stuff is supposed to be documented And accesible to most employee s

Industrial equipment has usually more protections than what it is required

Also were referencing something?
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#15122 Post by Bellhead »

Where I am, the compressor is in a locked room only accessible from the outside. Generally, only management is supposed to have a key. The transformers, on the other hand, are town property and we can't touch them.

Also, Neutral, nice. That reminds me this thing I heard a while back: "If you aim for the moon and land among the stars, you're off by multiple lightyears, for a 240 thousand mile trip."
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#15123 Post by Technic[Bot] »

I once read that the sky is not so far away around one hour drive on car if you could go straight up.

Also if you have problem with squirrels 🐿️ now imagine something like this
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#15124 Post by Kellard »

Still tired
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#15125 Post by Bellhead »

Tired? Wait... Tired...

I seem to remember a time where that was a thing. Or.. when it waasn't a thing? I can't remember.
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#15126 Post by Technic[Bot] »

Take care Mr kellard

Wait so you are never tired anymore Gen Bell? Or you cannot tell the difference anymore?

I mean last time i felt well rested was..... No no that was not it.... uhmmm.... How was it supposed to feel like?
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#15127 Post by Bellhead »

I remember being a kid, and having moments of tired. Then it was moments of awake. Now though... Hmm...
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#15128 Post by Technic[Bot] »

Sleeping these days feels like simply hitting fast foward for 7 hours :S

I do not remember las time i took a proper vacation. You know like actually planning to do something, or simply rest, and not just use work vacations to move houses, or something. O think last time i did that i was on high school 🤔
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#15129 Post by Bellhead »

I have been told by many people I work with that I need a vacation. But I honestly don't know what I would do. I'd be bored out of my mind.
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#15130 Post by Technic[Bot] »

Well to be fair i get bored at my job too so at least that is not that much of an issue for me.

But you have a good point, if you do not plan to do anything with your vacations, then why would you take some? I mean resting is important but using vacations just to spend it sleeping and bored at home seems a bit wasteful and pointless to me.
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#15131 Post by Kellard »

Hell I get that problem every Sunday. Not even that day is entirely free as I take classes on Sunday too but after that I just don't know what to do.
I kinda feel like I need another hobby but I also feel like I'm already doing too much.
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#15132 Post by Neutral Smith »

No leaks in my water cooling system of my computer \o/

Now I can take it apart again because there are some things I want to change again. Swap some 90° fittings for 45° fittings, and that deteriorated sponge in the reservoir was not for decoration.
If it moves but shouldn't: Duct tape. If it doesn't move but should: WD-40. With a hammer everything fits, and if it still doesn't fit: bigger hammer. If it can't be fixed with a hammer it's an electrical problem.

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#15133 Post by Bellhead »

Using water to cool off a computer from the inside. What could go wrong?

In all seriousness, is it actually water, or is it something else, something that's not conductive?
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#15134 Post by Neutral Smith »

At this moment pure destilled water. A week for flushing the crap out.

When everything is done I'm going to add https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-cryofuel-c ... rate-100ml

But my computer is not standard. I have a lot more cooling than necessary.
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#15135 Post by Tornir »

If you like liquid cooled computers, have you considered dropping everything into a fully decorated aquarium (filled with a clear non-polar solvent instead of water)?

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