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Hug Plumbing Heating & Cooling is a team of highly trained technicians, who have years long experience of Furnace repair in Solano and we can repair any type of furnace to make sure that your home stays warm and comfortable these winters. Address:- 3069 Alamo Dr #123, Vacaville, CA 95687 Phone:- 707 385 1209
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Independent developers, Donkey Crew have announced today that their Nomadic Survival MMO, Last Oasis, will be entering Steam Early Access in Q1 2020. The team has also revealed a new trailer today, giving players a glimpse of the world that awaits them, between the ice and the heat. “At launch, we want the experience to stand out from other Survival games”, said Donkey Crew’s Project Lead, Florian “chadz” Hofreither. “That means taking more time to refine the gameplay and add more content. We’ve decided to continue improving the game alongside out community into 2020 to ensure Last Oasis reaches its full potential.” Last Oasis is set on Earth thousands of years in the future. A cataclysmic event has destroyed the moon and halted the planet’s rotation, plunging it into two extreme environments. One habitable strip of land sits between razor sharp ice and darkness and the burning desert wasteland, slowly moving as the planet rotates around the sun. A day now lasts a year and the only way to survive is to keep moving. The remnants of humanity have built a large waking city, Floatilla, from which unwilling nomads must be sent into the passing oases to gather necessary resources to keep the city moving. Outside the city walls, warring clans clash in bloody battles over resources, territory and alliances. Not many return alive.
18 Oct 2019
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Independent developers, Donkey Crew have announced today that their Nomadic Survival MMO, Last Oasis, will be entering Steam Early Access in Q1 2020. The team has also revealed a new trailer today, giving players a glimpse of the world that awaits them, between the ice and the heat. “At launch, we want the experience to stand out from other Survival games”, said Donkey Crew’s Project Lead, Florian “chadz” Hofreither. “That means taking more time to refine the gameplay and add more content. We’ve decided to continue improving the game alongside out community into 2020 to ensure Last Oasis reaches its full potential.” Last Oasis is set on Earth thousands of years in the future. A cataclysmic event has destroyed the moon and halted the planet’s rotation, plunging it into two extreme environments. One habitable strip of land sits between razor sharp ice and darkness and the burning desert wasteland, slowly moving as the planet rotates around the sun. A day now lasts a year and the only way to survive is to keep moving. The remnants of humanity have built a large waking city, Floatilla, from which unwilling nomads must be sent into the passing oases to gather necessary resources to keep the city moving. Outside the city walls, warring clans clash in bloody battles over resources, territory and alliances. Not many return alive.
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Independent developers, Donkey Crew have announced today that their Nomadic Survival MMO, Last Oasis, will be entering Steam Early Access in Q1 2020. The team has also revealed a new trailer today, giving players a glimpse of the world that awaits them, between the ice and the heat. “At launch, we want the experience to stand out from other Survival games”, said Donkey Crew’s Project Lead, Florian “chadz” Hofreither. “That means taking more time to refine the gameplay and add more content. We’ve decided to continue improving the game alongside out community into 2020 to ensure Last Oasis reaches its full potential.” Last Oasis is set on Earth thousands of years in the future. A cataclysmic event has destroyed the moon and halted the planet’s rotation, plunging it into two extreme environments. One habitable strip of land sits between razor sharp ice and darkness and the burning desert wasteland, slowly moving as the planet rotates around the sun. A day now lasts a year and the only way to survive is to keep moving. The remnants of humanity have built a large waking city, Floatilla, from which unwilling nomads must be sent into the passing oases to gather necessary resources to keep the city moving. Outside the city walls, warring clans clash in bloody battles over resources, territory and alliances. Not many return alive.
18 Oct 2019
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I had the opportunity of standing right next to the runways of Naval Air Station, Oceana and NALF Fentress watching F-18s takeoff and practicing touch and goes, and it was an intense heat wave!!
2 Jan 2007
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This is a heat ray developed by Raytheon that can be thought of as a microwave hooked to a satellite dish for crowd control. They claim it is available now
26 Jan 2007
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Tribute to the best team ever, the Miami Heat.
30 Jan 2007
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just a hightlight reel of the Miami Heat through their 2005-2006 chamionship season
7 Feb 2007
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this fan work with heat
14 Feb 2007
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"In the Meat of the Lamb" is funny new wave song made at the end of 2006 by Marie-Claire, in association with Dimbra, which consists in a tribute to the eighties German band SANDRA's hit: "In the Heat of the Night". This amazing promotional video, featuring Marie-Claire (lead vocal) & Dimbra (backing vocal & keyboard) as well as Cain (guitar) & the R. brothers (bass & drums respectively), brilliantly leads the viewer into the crazy universe of that parody: lust, sweat, steak and ostriches! That music video was recorded on February 2007, under the direction of Dimbra, who also shot most parts. The heavy montage work was performed by Choplair from the Choplair-network, which also handled most technical stuffs. The song in itself is a creation of the Marie-Claire Records label, and is not intended for commercial purpose, by respect towards SANDRA's business. Indeed the song as the video are released under the Free Art License.
19 Mar 2007
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Ever had the chance to play with a $40.000 thermal imaging camera? I was lucky to get my hands on one back in 1998 and here is what I filmed - my buddy's car. Enjoy! Some details for you techies out there: The sensor of the camera was an array of 320 x 240 elements sensitive in the long-wave infrared range (i.e. heat). It was cooled by a Stirling engine to almost -200 °C (-328 °F) to minimize noise. The lenses were made of monocrystalline silicon, as glass is opaque for these wavelengths. Fortunately the sensor was fast enough to capture 50 images per second and the camera had a video output, so I connected it directly to my VCR and pointed it out of an open window to record this footage.
1 Apr 2007
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nordic heat catches and outruns twin engine Fountian boat.
10 Jun 2007
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