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Desert '' So Pretty ''

Desert '' So Pretty ''


from the series - my originals!

  • 1 piece of frozen puff pastry dough
  • 1 cinnamon powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 teaspoon chocolate ornament
  • 1 tablespoon sour cream
  • 5 fresh strawberries
  • 2 large squares of dark chocolate from Codruta

Servings: 6

Preparation time: less than 15 minutes

So 'Pretty' 'Desert Recipe Preparation:

We break a piece of frozen tender dough and quickly put it on the grater. Everything must be worked while the dough is cold. -a pan in the preheated oven and over medium heat.

Melt the chocolate and then pour it over the well-washed strawberries, peeled and cut into small cubes.

Place the dark chocolate strawberries with a teaspoon on top of the grated and baked puff pastry and then put a pinch of sour cream mixed with a little sugar on top and sprinkle the chocolate ornament on top. That's it! they are good both on the spot but also cold.


Only the deepest of lore

A & quotHow to destroy a lich & quot guide would be pretty short: manage to destroy the skull, and you & quotkill & quot the lich. This, however, is not entirely true. Destroying the skull makes the lich unable to move, see, hear, speak. but the lich is still there, trapped in the bones. After thousands of years the lich will still be there, unable to die, alone, trapped in the very dust of what one day were his bones.

The Gunpowder Incan Lich Kings are the guys south of Adabyssia (that is, south of the HUGE Kongolese-inspired empire just south of the current in-game map). Adabyssia and the not! Incas are two technologically and culturally developed empires (they have gunpowder, cannons, handguns, standing armies, post-feudal administrations and airships) fighting an eternal war with each other. The Incan Lich Kings aren & # x27t like the Northern Liches, they try not to lose their humanity, and rule over both humans and undead.


Eclaire recipe with chocolate

Ingredients for eclaughter shells

  • 125 gr flour
  • 90 ml of water
  • 90 ml milk
  • 85 gr butter
  • 3 eggs
  • 15 gr sugar
  • A pinch of salt.

Ingredients for chocolate cream

  • 250 ml milk
  • 50 gr chocolate
  • 50 gr sugar
  • 25 gr starch
  • 2 yolks
  • 25 gr butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract.

Method of preparation

Put the milk, diced butter, sugar and salt in a saucepan and simmer until the butter melts and the composition begins to boil. When the butter is melted, add the flour and mix until you get a homogeneous composition. Leave it on the fire for another minute, then set the composition aside to cool a little.

Using a mixer, gradually incorporate one egg at a time. When you have finished adding the eggs, at the end you should get a thick but soft dough, which is easily shaped with the posh. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees, and place baking paper in an oven tray.

With the help of a pot you can form the eclairs, each with a length of about 8 cm. Put the tray in the oven for about 40 minutes or until the scallops turn golden.

In the meantime, you can prepare the cream. The milk is mixed with 30 grams of sugar and starch and put on the fire. Cut the vanilla pod lengthwise, add seeds and leave until it reaches boiling point. In a separate bowl, mix the sugar with the yolks.

Hot milk is added over the yolks and mix well. Bring everything to a boil again and stir continuously until the composition begins to thicken.

Set the bowl aside and let it cool for 2-3 minutes, after which you can gradually add the melted chocolate, during which time it is mixed with the whisk to homogenize the composition.

After they have cooled, the eclairs can be filled with chocolate cream. Make a hole on the side of each ecler and add the cream. The eclairs can also be greased with chocolate cream on top and allowed to cool well before serving.

Find out what the best recipe is negress


Dammit, give me the rest of the lore so I can pretend everything is going to be okay!

At least tell me if my & quotUsurp and replace god! & Quot plan would work!

But can I build a robot god powered by the heart of the old pseudo-dead god?

Iâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; s hoping (probably in vain) that thereâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; s some way to stop the fog. I mean, if Humanity was able to kill the progenitor God and its favored children then surely anything is possible.

i would guess the solution would eventually result in humanity’s enslavement at the hands of an equally powerful and equally cruel god

Can someone explain Aeschraes to me?

If I recall correctly, Aeschraes was one of the claimants to the Imperial Throne, alongside the Empress and wife of the previous Emperor, both of whom were powerful mages. They both fought while also having an arms race for creating a powerful magical spell meant to destroy their opposition. Aeschraes got to it first and used it to kill the Empress and her supporters. along with around half of the population of the Empire. which also caused the Fog to happen, dooming the world.

So long story short, heâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; s basically the cause for everything wrong in the world and even says he would do it again, all for his pursuit of power.


The Best Deserts In The World For Your Travel Bucket List

Deserts tend to be foreboding places. By definition, they & # 8217re the harshest corners of the globe where water is the scarcest. You kind of need a plan if you're going to one. Otherwise, well, your thirst will be the least of your worries. That being said, deserts are also deeply beautiful and unique. They are vast seas of sand filled with amazing canyons, diverse wildlife, and sights that stretch beyond the horizon & # 8212 all of which make for great travel destinations where you can collect amazing memories.

With all of that in mind, we thought we & # 8217d cobble together a list of the 16 deserts around the world that are & # 8220must-stops & # 8221 for the wary vagabond. These are the deserts that we all have to see at least once in our lives. They & # 8217re far-flung, intrepid, and engrossing spots to visit on this planet. And they & # 8217ll leave you in awe. Just don & # 8217t forget the water and sunscreen.

THE EMPTY QUARTER & # 8212 ABU DHABI, UAE

man. machine. nature.

A post shared by Daniel Magda (@danielmagda) on Feb 10, 2018 at 6:40 am PST

Right outside of the megalopolis of Abu Dhabi, you & # 8217ll find one of the largest empty spaces on the planet & # 8212 The Empty Quarter (called the Rub & # 8217 al Khali locally). This seemingly endless sandy desert stretches far into Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen from the UAE. It & # 8217s quite literally the largest sand desert in the world and covers an area the size of Texas. It & # 8217s so big that the high winds create 1,000-foot high sand dunes. The Empty Quarter is immense in every way.

How to get there: Fly into Abu Dhabi and find yourself a jeep tour into the wilds.

Where to stay: Treat yourself to a little Emirati luxury and stay at the Qasr Al Sarab Resort.

WADI RUM & # 8212 JORDAN

The Wadi Rum is as close as most of us will get to a Martian landscape. The ruddy sand desert gives way to almost mythically eroded mountains that feel like ancient domes from Dune.

There & # 8217s a lot of beauty in this desert that's worth exploring! There & # 8217s also a deep bedouin culture out there that you can legit camp with, eat with, and truly experience the desert life with. Enjoy the Martian views!

How to get there: Fly into Aqaba or Ramm (usually via Amman) and find a local guide.

Where to stay: Live the real desert life with the nomadic locals and stay at the Wadi Rum Bedouin Camp.

KALAHARI DESERT & # 8212 BOTSWANA

The Kalahari in southern Africa is another vast desert. So vast that you can fit California in it twice. But, unlike, say, The Empty Quarter, this place is teaming with wildlife.

The Kalahari is the ultimate destination for anyone looking to check & # 8220rad safari & # 8221 off their bucket list. This desert is one of the most ecologically diverse corners of the planet and it's still amazingly wild, making it worth every cent you have to spend to get there.

How to get there: You & # 8217ll likely have to fly via South Africa (Jo & # 8217burg), take a local flight into Muan or Gaborone, and then jump on a bush flight into the desert. You can do all of this solo, but it & # 8217ll cost. So a packaged safari might be the play here.

Where to stay: Kalahari Plains Camp is a great bet to enjoy the beauty of the plains, desert, and wilds.

THE NAMIB & # 8212 NAMIBIA

Namibia is one of those places that feels very far away. If we & # 8217re being honest, there & # 8217s not a lot of cultural connectivity between the west and Namibia. And that & # 8217s kind of what makes this corner of the world so alluring. It & # 8217s a place that has words like & # 8220skeleton & # 8221 in the name of things which conjures the images of pirates, Mad Max, and extreme adventure.

The Namib is a massive red sand desert that stretches almost the entire length of Namibia. Little towns are peppered here and there, but otherwise, it & # 8217s very empty and very surreal. The sands of the desert go right up to the Atlantic Ocean, offering gorgeous views. Generally, you & # 8217ll need to hire a jeep to get around and you & # 8217d be smart to hire a guide too as the empty expanses of this place are a matter of life and death.

How to get there: You & # 8217ll need to fly into Windhoek or Walvis Bay (usually via Cape Town, South Africa). From there, you'll need a jeep.

Where to stay: Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is a bucket list spot. The camp is surrounded by five million acres of wild sandy desert that & # 8217s teaming with desert-adapted elephants, lions, giraffes, and more. This is a once-in-a-lifetime expense that's 100 percent worth it.


Desert Oasis: Rethinking the Black Desert grindspot debate

Almost a year ago, I penned a column on grindspot etiquette in MMORPGs. Specifically, I wrote about the commonly accepted etiquette when it comes to grinding in Black Desert. It was mainly based on a common consensus between players rather than the law of the land. I & # 8217ve been thinking a lot about that consensus lately as I & # 8217ve been working on building up a free account on a Maehwa. I & # 8217ve been spending all of my time on the Valencia server, and every time I log in, it always seems as if someone is talking about the & # 8220right & # 8221 way to handle other folks in a grindspot.

It & # 8217s is probably best to start from the beginning. The problem usually starts when players & # 8230

Tell the server someone & # 8217s in their grindspot

I & # 8217m only mentioning this one because it & # 8217s my cue to start heating up my Hawaiian-style popcorn. Pretty much anyone who does this WILLIAM get ostracized and it usually starts the very civil discussion of how grindspots work. This isn't always the best thing to do, and while the occasional players might be willing to help out (especially if the offender is their personal enemy), not much will really come from it. It & # 8217s probably more productive to tell your guild they & # 8217ll be more willing to help. But that & # 8217s too late now: Now everyone on the server is jumping into the verbal fray.

& # 8220Just outfarm them & # 8221

Ever since I rolled a Maehwa, this has been my preferred form of dealing with other players. Between level 58 and 60, I spent all of that on the far northern edge of the naga grindspot. Players know how plentiful the enemies are up there, and it & # 8217s a very popular spot for folks who need to level up. It & # 8217s best to expect other people doing the same thing you are, and this is why it & # 8217s is important to practice the mob rotations and figuring out the fastest ways to dispatch the groups because being able to kill steal mobs from that Guardian will force him to move simply because otherwise it & # 8217s just wasting time. It & # 8217s also satisfying to know that you can slay the mobs while simultaneously outrunning the people.

I could see that this honestly is one of the least time consuming ways to reclaim and defend a grindspot. Players with fast characters and strong gear often benefit most from this perspective.

I don & # 8217t care whose grindspot it is & # 8211m if the Shai has a gun, I & # 8217m getting as far away as possible.

& # 8220It & # 8217s not your spot & # 8211 it & # 8217s nobody & # 8217s spot & # 8221

This one & # 8217s a fun argument because of how oddly philosophical it is. We live in a post-modern time (a post-modern era?) And players are essentially fighting over a place that technically doesn & # 8217t exist. The folks who argue this really do have a point, that unless a player can put her name on it and get direct control of who comes and goes in that spot, then the spot doesn & # 8217t belong to her. The only real owner of the spot is Pearl Abyss. But if we factor in the question of & # 8220does the art still belong to the artist once it & # 8217s put out into the world? & # 8221 then even that notion is questionable.

The point these players are trying to make is that it & # 8217s unfair for people to expect others to abide by their arbitrary set of rules about who owns a grindspot.

& # 8220Just keep coming back & # 8211 karma bombing isn & # 8217t griefing & # 8221

Oh man. This one is my favorite. It challenges the very notion of acceptable behavior in a video game and focuses on the subjective nature of the argument.

Karma bombing is the act of being killed over and over by the same player to lower the player & # 8217s karma score. Killing players, horses, friendly NPCs, and various protected wildlife are all actions that can drop that score. When it goes negative, guards will attack low-karma players on sight when in town. As added punishment, being killed with negative karma will downgrade equipped weapon and armor. Considering how expensive that is, I & # 8217m betting the wallet is certainly a potent weakspot for many players. It discourages players from going on a killing spree outside the desert. (It's different in the desert because dying with negative karma won't downgrade gear and there's a special town for the outlaws.)

So why wouldn't some players consider it griefing? It goes back to intention and the notion that players don & # 8217t actually own any of the grindspots in the game. And we can & # 8217t ignore that there really aren & # 8217 any formal rules when it comes to defending a grindspot. If a Lahn bullies a Tamer out of a grindspot, then unless both parties acknowledge & # 8220OK the spot is yours & # 8221 the spot is still contested until one of them leaves.

If a player chooses to return with the intention of getting killed over and over again to make that grindspot undesirable, then the onus falls on the player who took the spot in the first place. He can keep killing the other player, or he can move. It & # 8217s a consequence of taking that player & # 8217s spot. This argument acknowledges the subjective nature of grindspot ownership and the many ways to defend a grindspot. To my knowledge, PA has never banned anyone over this kind of stuff, so at least to the mods & # 8217s eyes, it & # 8217s something players can handle themselves. (If I'm wrong about this, I'd love to hear the story in the comments section.)

& # 8220Karma bombing is griefing & # 8221

The other side of this argument says that karma bombing is definitely griefing. I get it getting a spot back by exploiting a mechanic that won & # 8217t get a player banned can fall in the chaotic good category. And it & # 8217s certainly kin. If the argument is analyzed from the perspective of what traditional griefing is, then it seems logical. Getting yourself killed for the sole purpose of annoying the heck out of another player and disrupting her grind & # 8211 that is griefing. But the intent has to be there. If the person & # 8217s intention is to get killed, be a pest, and create animosity between players, then that is griefing. The line blurs when the player just wants the spot back and this is the only way to do so.

This is not an end-all-be-all list of grindspot arguments. But these are the main schools of thought. I encourage readers to share their insight on this topic, even if you don & # 8217t play Black Desert, since many of these social etiquette issues crop up even in online games without PvP. What & # 8217s your take & # 8211s which argument best resonates with you?

The Great Valencian Black Desert is a dangerous place, but thankfully there & # 8217s always a chance for respite. Join Massively OP & # 8217s Carlo Lacsina every other week for just that in Desert Oasis, our Black Desert column! And don & # 8217t worry he promises he won & # 8217t PK you. Got questions or comments? Please don & # 8217t hesitate to send a message!

Wobbling Earth

But why did Earth’s tilt change in the first place? To understand this monumental change, scientists have looked to Earth's neighbors in the solar system.

"The Earth's axial rotation is perturbed by gravitational interactions with the moon and the more massive planets that together induce periodic changes in the Earth's orbit," Peter de Menocal, the director at the Center for Climate and Life at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University in New York, wrote in Nature. One such change is a "wobble" in the Earth's axis, he wrote.

That wobble is what positions the Northern Hemisphere closer to the sun in the summer - what researchers call a Northern Hemisphere summer insolation maximum - every 23,000 years. Based on research first published in the journal Science in 1981, scholars estimate that the Northern Hemisphere had a 7% increase in solar radiation during the Green Sahara compared to now. This increase could have escalated African monsoonal rainfall by 17% to 50%, according to a 1997 study published in the journal Science.

What's interesting to climate scientists about the Green Sahara is how abruptly it appeared and vanished. The termination of the Green Sahara took only 200 years, Johnson said. The change in solar radiation was gradual, but the landscape changed suddenly. "It's an example of abrupt climate change on a human scale would notice," she said.

“Records from ocean sediment show [that the Green Sahara] happen repeatedly,” Johnson told Live Science. The next Northern Hemisphere summer insolation maximum - when the Green Sahara could reappear - is projected to happen again about 10,000 years from now in A.D. 12000 or A.D. 13000. But what scientists cannot predict is how greenhouse gases will affect this natural climate cycle.

Paleoclimate research "provides unequivocal evidence to what [humans] are doing is pretty unprecedented," Johnson said. Even if humans stop emitting greenhouse gases today, these gases would still be elevated by the year 12000. "Climate change will be superimposed onto the Earth's natural climate cycles," she said.

That said, there's geologic evidence from ocean sediments that these orbitally-paced Green Sahara events occur as far back as the Miocene epoch (23 million to 5 million years ago), including during periods when atmospheric carbon dioxide was similar to, and possibly higher, than today's levels. So, a future Green Sahara event is still highly likely in the distant future. Today’s rising greenhouse gases could even have their own greening effect on the Sahara, though not to the degree of the orbital-forced changes, according to a March review published in the journal One Earth. But this idea is far from certain, due to climate model limitations.

Meanwhile, there is another way to turn parts of the Sahara into a green landscape if massive solar and wind farms were installed there, rainfall could increase in the Sahara and its southern neighbor, the semiarid Sahel, according to a 2018 study published in the journal Science.

Wind and solar farms can increase heat and humidity in the areas around them, Live Science previously reported. An increase in precipitation, in turn, could lead vegetation growth, creating a positive feedback loop, the researchers of that study said. However, this huge undertaking has yet to be tested in the Sahara Desert, so until such a project gets funding, humans might have to wait until the year 12000 or longer to see whether the Sahara will turn green again.

Originally published on Live Science.

IMHO any desert wasteland could be turned to forests etc, only if humanity invents fusion power tech someday!

Some people may think "Why humanity needs fusion power? Why not just use solar & amp wind power etc?"

IMHO, humanity definitely / absolutely needs fusion power, because it could really take humanity to a whole new level (which cannot ever be done using solar & wind power etc)!

Imagine, we could build a global permanent water pipeline network (& amp do seawater desalinization) & provide plenty of water to everywhere on Earth (for agriculture & forests etc)! (& amp so any desert wastelands (like Sahara Desert) could be turned to forests and / or agricultural fields!)

Imagine, very tall poles w / very powerful infrared heater lamps (etc) on top!
Imagine, using many of them in cities / towns to turn winters to springs / summers!
And / or, using many of them in agricultural fields to grow any hot climate (even tropical) crops / trees, even in coldest places on Earth!

For example, titanium is an extremely durable & strong & light material & Earth has plenty of it, but AFAIK, it requires so much electricity to mine / process!
Imagine, if we had so much (clean) electricity, we could build all kinds of land / air / sea vehicles, buildings, roads, even whole cities from titanium!

& no doubt, many new techs would become reality, once we have enough electricity power for them! (For example, consider how computers & the internet are used in many ways today, which were pretty much unimaginable to their inventors!)

IMHO, any wasteland of the desert could be turned into forests, etc., just if humanity invented fusion energy technology someday!

Some people may think "Why does humanity need fusion energy? Why not just use solar and wind energy etc?"

IMHO, humanity definitely / absolutely needs fusion energy, because it could really take humanity to a whole new level (which can never be done using solar and wind energy, etc.)!

Imagine, we could build a global network of permanent water plumbing (and do seawater desalination) and supply enough water to all places on Earth (for agriculture and forests, etc.)! (And so, any desert (like the Sahara Desert) can be transformed into forests and / or agricultural fields!)

Imagine, very tall poles with very powerful infrared lamps (etc) on top!
Imagine using many of them in cities / towns to turn winters into springs / summers!
And / or, using many of them in agricultural fields to grow any hot (even tropical) climate crops / trees, even in the coldest places on Earth!

For example, titanium is an extremely durable and strong and light material and the Earth has a lot of it, but AFAIK, it requires a lot of electricity to mine / process!
Imagine, if we had so much (clean) electricity, we could build all kinds of land / air / sea vehicles, buildings, roads, and even entire titanium cities!

And without a doubt, many new technicians would come true, so we would have enough electricity for them! (For example, consider how computers and the Internet are used in so many ways today, which were virtually unimaginable to their inventors!) D fact is a matter of taking them seriously and providing some background for me to do an experiment with the use of force that I can use it by converting the spiral effect into energy without consuming anything and with this process we make micro-climate spaces where vegetation can be deployed. It is much cheaper than Israel does by cultivating its desires. I can make a bag of bees and soon, with the honey and the tourism that this will attract, we will leverage the progressive reforestation of all the deserts, with the experience that we will have.

IMHO any desert wasteland could be turned to forests etc, only if humanity invents fusion power tech someday!

Some people may think "Why humanity needs fusion power? Why not just use solar & amp wind power etc?"

IMHO, humanity definitely / absolutely needs fusion power, because it could really take humanity to a whole new level (which cannot ever be done using solar & wind power etc)!

IMHO any desert wasteland could be turned to forests etc, only if humanity invents fusion power tech someday!

Some people may think "Why humanity needs fusion power? Why not just use solar & amp wind power etc?"

IMHO, humanity definitely / absolutely needs fusion power, because it could really take humanity to a whole new level (which cannot ever be done using solar & wind power etc)!

Imagine, we could build a global permanent water pipeline network (& amp do seawater desalinization) & provide plenty of water to everywhere on Earth (for agriculture & forests etc)! (& amp so any desert wastelands (like Sahara Desert) could be turned to forests and / or agricultural fields!)

Imagine, very tall poles w / very powerful infrared heater lamps (etc) on top!
Imagine, using many of them in cities / towns to turn winters to springs / summers!
And / or, using many of them in agricultural fields to grow any hot climate (even tropical) crops / trees, even in coldest places on Earth!

For example, titanium is an extremely durable & strong & light material & Earth has plenty of it, but AFAIK, it requires so much electricity to mine / process!
Imagine, if we had so much (clean) electricity, we could build all kinds of land / air / sea vehicles, buildings, roads, even whole cities from titanium!

& no doubt, many new techs would become reality, once we have enough electricity power for them! (For example, consider how computers & internet are used in many ways today, which were pretty much unimaginable to their inventors!)

Why should solar and wind farms increase temperature and humidity? The sun energy falling on that piece of ground is the same no matter what you do with it.

Re. Titanium, what's the big deal here? Aluminum can do almost everything titanium can do except that titanium is more temperature resistant and more corrosion resistant in chloride systems (e.g. salt). The abundance of aluminum is huge whereas titanium, not so much.

The trouble with hydrogen fusion is that it doesn't work, so don't make any big plans. If it could be made to work, I doubt it will ever be economical since the plant would be so complex that operating costs would be prohibitive. The fuel is cheap enough, as it is in uranium plants but the infrastructure is outrageous, especially magnified by all the political interference.

Why should solar and wind farms increase temperature and humidity? The sun energy falling on that piece of ground is the same no matter what you do with it.

Re. Titanium, what's the big deal here? Aluminum can do almost everything titanium can do except that titanium is more temperature resistant and more corrosion resistant in chloride systems (e.g. salt). The abundance of aluminum is huge whereas titanium, not so much.

The trouble with hydrogen fusion is that it doesn't work, so don't make any big plans. If it could be made to work, I doubt it will ever be economical since the plant would be so complex that operating costs would be prohibitive. The fuel is cheap enough, as it is in uranium plants but the infrastructure is outrageous, especially magnified by all the political interference.

What would land mines have to do with flooding the area? They would be less dangerous underwater than above.

"The Sahara was once a grass and shrub-covered steppe. Could this ever happen again?"

If Arabia had spent its money on geoforming rather than palaces and Rolls Royces, sure. Israel made its deserts furiously bloom by investing intelligence creating technology. Natural or engineered, Arabia is philosophically crippled. The UAE + israel might be effective.

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Ingredients

  • sheets
  • 230 g-235 g type 00 flour (plus for spreading sheets)
  • 4 tablespoons sunflower oil
  • 1 tablespoon of vinegar
  • 115 ml of hot water
  • a teaspoon of salt
  • Filling
  • 1 kg grated pumpkin
  • 100 g butter
  • 125 g sugar
  • 50 g butter + 50 g oil for spreading sheets
  • vanilla or cinnamon
  • powdered sugar for powdering

Category: desserts, drinks

Last week I showed you how to make a fabulous chocolate and coconut cream. I combined it with the coconut cakes in the sweet version and a cake went crazy. You wouldn't say it contains no eggs or dairy. I will definitely do it again, and not again! I recommend using Continue Reading & # 8220Vegan Coconut and Chocolate Cake & # 8221


SevTech & quotHeatmap & quot Breakdown

I recently found myself rather annoyed with SevTechâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; s terrain gen, where I couldnâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; t find a biome I was hunting for. I & # x27ve seen a few posts mentioning the & quotlogical heatmap & quot SevTech uses (courtesy of Dimensional Control) which said going North / South changes which temperature band you & # x27re in. A very small handful mentioned the East / West humidity bands, and none had a breakdown of which biome went where. So, I decided to dive into the configs to figure it out, and have put that info below.

Climate:
SevTech does indeed use a heat / humidity grid system for its biome generation. The Z axis determines temperature, and the X axis determines humidity. Both follow a periodic pattern similar to a sine wave, where you move from one extreme to another, and the moderate levels are in between.

There are four Temperature levels, (hot, warm, cool, icy) and three humidity levels (dry, average, wet). As your coordinate values ​​increase (Inc. X is east, Inc Z is south), you get the transitions listed below.

Z (N / S): Warm - & gt Hot - & gt Warm - & gt Cool - & gt Icy - & gt Cool - & gt (repeat).

X (E / W): Avg. - & gt Wet - & gt Avg .- & gtDry - & gt (repeat).

If one makes the grid of a full cycle in each axis, (now matching the cardinal directions) it looks like the table below. Obviously, the table wraps around when you go off an edge.

W / AW / WW / AW / D
HAH / WHAH / D
W / AW / WW / AW / D
THATC / WTHATCD
TAKESI / WTAKESI / D
THATC / WTHATCD

There are a few other points / observations worth noting. The first, is that you will always spawn in a Warm Average zone. So generating a bunch of different worlds (as I did before this analysis) will get you nowhere. Also, there are four distinct Warm Average zones in the table I can & # x27t say with certainty, but the settings make me suspect you spawn specifically in the Northwest corner of the table. The configs also specify that a full cycle is about 10k blocks. It didn & # x27t specify a direction on that, so I & # x27m assuming the Humidity bands are about 2500 across, and the temperature bands are about 1700 across.

This information, with the classifications below, should be enough to find specific biomes more methodically. Good Luck!


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