Here's a pretty good explanation of how to play the Pathfinder 2e Role Playing Game (RPG).
The Pathfinder 2e Beginner Box can be purchased here: https://a.co/d/9pNPMdM
Ok Americans, time to catch up with the rest of the planet.
Temperatures in Celsius:
100 is boiling, 30 is hot, 20 is nice, 10 is cold, and 0 is ice.
100C = 212F
30C = 86F
20C = 68F
10C = 50F
0C = 32F
37C = Normal Human Body Temperature
120F = 48.8C (In Arizona, but it's a dry heat...)
According to the Theory of Nikola Tesla's 3-6-9, there are all together 1 to 9 digital root numbers exist. All other higher or lower numbers are the combination of those digital root numbers.
The number 9 produces an interesting pattern:
90+09=99 9+9=18 and 1+8=9
9x9=81 and 8+1=9
You can continue past 100 as well:
If you really want to go down a Math Rabbit-hole, watch this video:
You can also take 2 aspirin first, the google "Tesla 3 6 9"...
There was a young lady named Bright,
Whose speed was far faster than light;
She set out one day
In a relative way,
And returned on the previous night.
friends said the Bright one in chatter,
"I have learned something new about matter:
My speed was so great,
Much increased was my weight,
Yet I failed to become any fatter!”
— Arthur Henry Reginald Buller
Check them out on the web: https://www.gallantknightgames.com/tiny-dungeon-2e/
Looks like some YouTube videos might happen. Some very amateurish YouTube videos, since I've never done any before. Maybe I'll look for some videos about making videos...
I'm also thinking the subject matter may match this website. Pretty much whatever is on my mind on that particular day that I post. We'll see.
Ok! Well, that was interesting. So here we are again. Let's just talk about Dungeons & Dragons. And Linux. D&D and Linux. And whatever else pops into my head. Just fun things.
Maybe an ongoing Solo-D&D Adventure? Or just notes and opinions about D&D related things? Or what my friends and I are currently doing with D&D?
Maybe how to do things in Linux? I know there are thousands of YouTube pages and websites dedicated to showing you how to do things in Linux, but most of them seem to make a lot of assumptions about your current level of understanding. The websites tend to be "Hi Linux People! Look what I can do!", instead of "Hi people! Want to learn something new?" I'll have to narrow down the audience to something a little more specific, so I'll ask around and see what people want. We'll see what I can come up with.
I've also been told that there seems to be an interest in first-hand accounts of things that happened over 30 years ago. Might be a fun thing to do. For example, I used to work with a computer that had an 8" floppy drive. So maybe you want to know what the heck a floppy was, why it was 8 inches, and what drove it? I could explain that.
I'll see what I can do.