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Do you believe the end of the world, just like what the film 2012 told us.Many people think that 2012 is just a commercial speculation， not the true. but i think, the result is true, it is just the business of time.
The film 2012 will be our future if we also do what we did before, product many bad thing to nature, only destroy it, no protection, then we will be die, or our children and grandchildren may die. so , do something good for the nature, this must be good.
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Did you find that ? the winter is colder and colder year by year, and the summer is more and more hot. i have remmenber that they are not like this in my childhood, the environment is more and more bad now, i think there must be a punish by nature one day.
we must protect the environment now, and do not do something bad for it, then we can live a good life.
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In fact since the 1750's the Earth has warmed by as much as 0.4C.
Of course how much of that is due the the quadrupling of the human population and the advent of the industrial revolution, and how much is due to more accurate measurements is uncertain.
We do know, however, that the alterations in orbit, solar output, volcanic effects and seismic activity do have a massive effect on the atmosphere, and certainly more than us mere humans could achieve.
One large volcanic release causes more change on a global level than hundreds of years of human activity, so one must be wary of any claims not based on evidence, but on belief.
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It's just that there is so much evidence, and it's often contradictionary - so to make any sence of it, you have to put in a real effort - and even then you really can't be cretain about the conclusions - belief, on the other hand, is just so much easier, so in the end decisions are mostly based on belief.
And what do we know about people who are dead wrong? They're usually better at grabbing the attention, etc. So perhaps the toss of a coin would, in general, provide a better decision model. (But then some people would probably cheat ...)
Weather goes in cycles. I remember winters with heavy snowfall and winters with no snowfall, summers win no rain and summers with so much rain there were continual landslides where I now live. My parents and grandparents remember years with severe drought and years with excessive rain.
Where I currently live, there is a definite yearly pattern where we have a cold snap in October and a nice warm period in early November. Likewise, in late spring, it will warm and then we'll get hit with a very cold storm in May or early June. For the longest time, some of the local weathermen would act like this was a big surprise. Fortunately, they now said "as expected" or "like every year since recorded history."
On top of all nature doesn't really care. It just is. There is very strong evidence, in fact, that the 20th century was an anomaly--that it was IN GENERAL unusually moderate in many climes. Just be glad we aren't living during the Younger Dryas.
Oh, and don't forget the "Blizzard of 1977." I lived east of Buffalo and have pictures of mountainous snow piles on my street. I was also remembering when I moved to my current state 21 years ago; it was during the coldest two weeks in recorded history in the state--two weeks below zero during the day, 20 below zero at night. It was a last minute move and I'd forgotten that I had warm temperature wiper fluid in my car--it froze solid.
I just figured out a way to build external c libraries a lot quicker. The problem is when library x uses library y, which in turn uses library z. For each library you have to create pointers to the include directories, pointers to the include lib directories, and the lib inputs and set the runtime setting for each of the projects, etc, etc,... which is actually quite a lot of work.
What I do is dump all the source code for all projects into one directory. Add all "c" files into an empty project, then build the bastard. You'd think that it wouldn't work, but it does. The people who write these libraries probably would get angry that I'm building their code the "wrong" way, but it saves me a sh*t load of time.
No matter how you arrange, format, comment, assemble the code someone is going to say it's wrong. But in most cases if it compiles without error, however you do it is just fine. As long as it is maintainable.
The main disadvantage of doing something like that is analogous to a brick and mortar library in that there needs to be some organization. Simply putting the books on a shelf and expecting everyone to know where they are can lead to problems and errors.
I’m not saying your method is bad, I’ve done similar in my embedded code where the libraries are few and easy to navigate. But in a large project I can see it leading to confusion.
Note that with you re-compiling the source code for the library, there may be compiler settings that are required by certain functions in order to use those functions properly. One of the reasons for segregating out the libraries in the first place was likely to use certain compiler settings. Think things like DEBUG, multi-thread, wide characters, etc. You have been fortunate not to have encountered bugs in using these libraries in this way.
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So finally I am moving out of the city to quite suburb after staying in the city for 6 years.. there are always people around when I go out or when I peek out of balcony (I live next to university )... but it will all change when I move to suburb... no more that lively environment.. I stayed in the same place for 6 years and its time for adopting new environment...
Anyone has any tips to cope with suburb environment ?
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