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"Sleep mode" (on a computer or notebook) is a term that can hold different meaning. Generally it is considered S3 as defined by the ACPI specification, otherwise called "suspend-to-RAM," where your computer's RAM remains powered (let's call it charged) so that everything your computer is "thinking" at the time it entered sleep mode, it will resume thinking ...


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I can't give a complete answer.That would require original research and/or actually testing a unit for an extended period of time. But some of the statements on that page aren't correct and weaken their claims. I'm going to focus on a single one. That link includes this picture. "because the sides of the underground chamber are always cooler than the ...


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Short answer: No. It's possible to save as much, but probably not "average". It depends on what the vegan eats. However, it'd be fair to say the "average" vegan diet saves about 300-500 gallons of water per day. Initial investigation The source of the quote links to National Geographic, "Water Conservation Tips". This article ...


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No. According to Princeton University, Deforestation is the leading cause of species extinction. Evidence to date suggests that deforestation is currently, and is projected to continue to be, the prime direct and indirect cause of reported extirpations. For example, it is predicted that up to 21% of Southeast Asian forest species will be lost by ...


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Damage to the computer because of "sleeping" frequently, if it happens, is probably caused by thermal cycling. Thermal cycling is the process of expansion-contraction due to changes in temperature. Even if the temperature itself stays within the rated limit, a large number of cycles can cause fatigue in the solder joints on your computer's internal ...


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