Category Archives: Things I Read

Severe #Hydrogen impact on #climate.

We learnt this at university in the 90ies, but big money does not listen. Steam from water, vapor, mist are much more greenhouse gas than others. Especially on local levels, like urban micro climate (think of a million cars steaming water in the air) but also on higher layers. Read this. ATM there’s no valid path around public transport and electric vehicles. Good-bye, privately owned combustion engine. That includes fuel cells.

“we have also considered, for the first time, previously ignored changes in stratospheric [that is, in the second-lowest layer of the atmosphere] water vapour and stratospheric ozone in our calculations of hydrogen’s GWP,” “

Setting up four monitors on a Linux laptop via script

Although KDE discovers the three external monitors and the built-in display perfectly, I need this alias sometimes because the thunderbolt doc gets confused when I change the laptop attached to it: 

#:~> alias monitors
alias monitors=’xrandr –output eDP –output DisplayPort-1 –output DisplayPort-2 –off –output DisplayPort-3 –off –output HDMA-A-0 –off; xrandr –output DisplayPort-3 –mode 1920×1080 –output DisplayPort-1 –primary –mode 1920×1080 –right-of DisplayPort-3 –output HDMI-A-0 –mode 1920×1080 –right-of DisplayPort-1 –output eDP –mode 1920×1080 –below HDMI-A-0′

(Yes, it’s an L-shaped Setup on my desktop)

USA: You can check out anytime… #citizenship

Americans seeking to renounce their citizenship are stuck with it for now

“It’s very taxing. My whole life in Germany is on hold,” he said. “It’s funny: people in Germany tend to see the US as a liberal country where the rule of law was established, but I can’t even find anyone in the US government to talk to.”