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2020.10.21 16:49 model-mili B1056.2 - Childcare Enhancement Bill - 3rd Reading
a) Each relevant child can have two “parents” at the most.5) “Relevant child” is a child that a parent is claiming childcare provisions for, or paying for childcare for said child.
a) A child is not a relevant child if they do not normally live with the parent. b) Adoptive children qualify as a relevant child under this act but foster children do not.6) “Low-income household” means a household with an income 60% below the median household income.
a) was employed by the employer before the cut off day; and b) has not ceased to be employed by the employer before or after the cut off day; and c) has not given the employer a “childcare notice”2) No employee shall be an eligible employee after the expiry day.
a) The “cut off day” may be changed by regulations from Her Majesty’s Treasury.4) “Expiry day” is 31st of November.
a) The “expiry day” may be changed by regulations from Her Majesty’s Treasury.5) “Childcare notice” is a notice given under section x to notify the employer that the employee would like to leave the childcare scheme.”
a) The first payment period shall commence October 31st 2020. b) The Secretary of State may amend the start date on the first payment period by statutory instrument.2) Eligible childcare is a childcare provider that is regulated or approved by OFSTED, Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland, Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales, or a Health and Social Care trust in Northern Ireland.
a) The Secretary of State may make regulations on what is and what is not eligible childcare for the purposes of this section.3) A person is an “eligible person” under this section if they meet all of the following conditions:
b) Childcare is not eligible childcare if the childcare is not being used to enable a parent to work.
c) A childcare provider must sign up to the scheme in order for the childcare given to be eligible childcare.
i) In this section, “the scheme” refers to the tax-free childcare account scheme, provisioned in this section.
a) The person is over 16 years old. b) The person is a parent to a relevant child. c) The person must reside in the UK. d) Neither the person or their partner are earning over £100,000 a year. e) Neither the person or their partner are on the childcare voucher scheme or using vouchers from the scheme to pay for childcare.4) The Secretary of State may amend subsection 2 by statutory instrument.
a) A child is no longer eligible once they reach their 11th birthday. b) A child is eligible up until their 18th birthday if they are disabled or have special needs.7) A person may open a childcare account with HMRC if they are:
a) Using it for eligible childcare under subsection 1, b) An eligible person under subsection 2, and c) Using the account to pay for the childcare for an eligible child under subsection 6.8) The Secretary of State may amend the eligibility criteria in subsection 6 by statutory instrument.
a) If the account conditions are no longer met, then no top-up payment shall be made under subsection 12, and the account holder may not pay into the account under this section. i) If the conditions are not met for the payment period after (two payment periods in a row), the account shall be closed and funds returned to the account holder. ii) The funds returned to the account holder shall not include any top-up payments made by HMRC.11) The account holder may pay up to £8000 into the childcare account a year.
a) A relevant child who is aged three or four, and b) not eligible for compulsory schooling at the age of four.2) All parents are entitled to claim 1260 hours a year of free state-funded childcare, spread out between a minimum of 42 weeks, for each eligible child they are responsible for.
a) If a parent of an eligible child earns over £100,000 a year, they are only entitled to claim 630 hours, unless their child is disabled or has special educational needs, in which case they may claim the full 1260 hours. Single parents are always entitled to claim the full 1260 hours. b) Eligible children are only entitled to this provision once each year, eligible parents shall not claim more than 570 hours for an eligible child. The entitlement is not duplicated where there are two parents.3) The minimum hourly rate given to childcare providers, who provision childcare for the purposes of this section, by Her Majesty’s Treasury shall be set at a minimum £4.60 for each child.
a) If the child has special needs or a disability, this rate is to be set at a minimum £10.20 an hour. b) If the child comes from a low-income household, this rate is to be set at a minimum £6.50 an hour.4) This entitlement applies only to childcare that is approved or regulated by OFSTED.
a) The age range for an eligible child in subsection 1, b) The number of hours and weeks in subsection 2 and c) The hourly rate for each child in subsection 3.6) The Secretary of State may provision further regulations by statutory instrument on what facilitation of this scheme, and what childcare providers qualify for it.
a) Has a total household income of less than £16,000, b) Receive income support that is not Negative Income Tax, c) Their relevant child claims disability benefits, or is eligible for them, d) Their relevant child has special educational needs, e) Their relevant child has left care under an adoption order, special guardianship order or a child arrangements order.3) If an eligible child is looked after by a local authority, they are entitled to the childcare provisions in this section, regardless of conditions in subsection 2.
a) Eligible children are only entitled to this provision once each year, eligible parents shall not claim more than 570 hours for an eligible child. The entitlement is not duplicated where there are two parents.5) The minimum hourly rate given to childcare providers, who provision childcare for the purposes of this section, by Her Majesty’s Treasury shall be a minimum of £9.00 for each child.
a) If the child has special needs or a disability, this rate is to be set at a minimum of £10.20 an hour.6) This entitlement applies only to childcare that is approved or regulated by OFSTED.
a) The age range for an eligible child in subsection 1, b) The eligibility criteria for parents in subsection 2, c) The number of hours and weeks in subsection 4, d) The hourly rate for each child in subsection 5.8) The Secretary of State may provision further regulations by statutory instrument on what facilitation of this scheme, and what childcare providers qualify for it.
a) This can include new nurseries or new schools. b) Schools include all maintained schools.6) Recipients of grants from the fund, or extra funding from local councils via the fund, may only use the monies to expand childcare provision.
a) Part 2 extends to the whole United KingdomThis bill was written by The Right Honourable Sir BrexitGlory KBE, The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Minister for the Cabinet Office, Secretary of State for Education and Financial Secretary to the Treasury on behalf of the 25th Government. This bill is co-sponsored by the Liberal Democrats and the Libertarian Party UK.
2020.10.21 16:43 alexiaroger Planting a Tree, Sowing a Future
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The current climate crisis can be viewed as a simplified budget imbalance: what is removed from the system (carbon sink) is being overrun by the amount that has been introduced or recirculated (carbon source). A resource or reservoir can serve as both a sink and a source: oil, gas and coal are extensive carbon sinks when buried and inert, but are introduced as sources of carbon once extracted and burned. The same holds for trees that store carbon as biomass or in the organic matter of soil, but release that carbon following decay, erosion, burning or deforestation.
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The world’s land-based ecosystems, including forests, grasslands and tundra, are a net-carbon sink, with an estimated 3 trillion trees standing tall around the world, in addition to plants and plant-like microorganisms. As you may remember from your old textbooks, green plants convert CO₂ into carbohydrates, with oxygen given off as a byproduct of photosynthesis. The Amazon rainforests have been described as the “lungs of the planet” providing 20% of the world’s oxygen. Green algae and cyanobacteria are the types of organisms that initially filled our atmosphere with their waste product (oxygen) nearly 3 billion years ago. The smallest organisms have altered the planet drastically, so now have humans — a grand green planting mobilization could have the same effect. But the work of algae and cyanobacteria took millions of years; humans do not have millions of years to make a change.
Deforestation: Moving backwardsOne of the most common dismissals of climate change is the misused assurance that “CO₂ is plant food-the Earth is getting greener!” If only that were true, yet we are witnessing the continuing upward creep of atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases and the acidification of oceans. A recent headline from Global Forest Watch paints a more realistic picture: The World Lost a Belgium-sized Area of Primary Rainforests Last Year. Researchers from the World Resources Institute (WRI), using satellite imagery and remote sensing to monitor tree cover losses from Brazil to Ghana, noted a tropical tree loss of over 30 million acres in 2018, the fourth-highest annual decline since records began in 2001, including nearly 9 million acres of primary rainforests. “Primary” rainforests include more mature trees, i.e., “old growth”; these are the forests that harbor greater diversity of life and absorb more carbon. According to the Arbor Day Foundation, an estimated 18 million acres of forests is lost every year.
The drivers of deforestation are many: small and large-scale agriculture and pasture, development (mining, logging, drilling), fuel, natural disasters and climate effects. Glenn Hurowitz, chief executive of Mighty Earth, a global environmental campaign organization, noted that “Deforestation causes more climate pollution than all the world’s cars, trucks, ships and planes combined.” Loss of tree cover peaked in 2016 when over 42 million acres of tropical forest were lost, partly due to rampant forest fires. Also at issue is palm oil production in Indonesia, and mining and farming in Africa. The highest deforestation rates have been shifting from Brazil and Indonesia to include Columbia, Ghana, Papua New Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Primary forest loss in Indonesia has dropped, some good news, indicating the power of advocacy and good government policies regarding protection of forests.
Trees as SolutionWhen it comes to climate action, the simplest solutions are often the best. The recent observance of Arbor Day stirred up many discussions on the role of trees in addressing climate change. The annual nod to trees follows quickly in the footsteps of Earth Day; similarly, one day a year coupled with a scattered landscape of events and slogans does little to address the growing importance of the underlying issues. This is not to say that the mission and efforts of environmental organizations such as the Arbor Day Foundation are without merit — on the contrary. The Arbor Day Foundation recently announced a new goal to plant 100 million trees by 2022. This goal isn’t (just) a tree-hugging feel-good endeavor: it is a legitimate action to stave off the worst of global warming, admirable even if the Foundation consciously chose not to use the term “climate change”.
Most of the benefits of forests and woodlands are obvious: as a fuel and commodity, as a home to biodiverse ecosystems and indigenous communities … but also to combat erosion, to serve as a resilient barrier to natural disasters, to support ecotourism and pollination, and to combat climate change. According to the Climate and Land Use Alliance, the world’s forests contain more carbon than all exploitable deposits of oil, gas and coal; forests are estimated to remove a quarter to a third of all CO₂ emissions added by humans annually.
The Paris Agreement established a goal to limit the average global temperature increase to less than 2°C above pre-industrial levels. However, the Agreement and the consensus view of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) advises no more than a 1.5°C increase, which requires a decrease of 45% in greenhouse gas emissions below 2010 levels by 2030 and a goal of zero emissions by 2050. As part of the Agreement, countries can receive compensation from the United Nations Green Climate Fund for forest conservation. Putting an end to anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases is a necessity, and will be largely accomplished through a transition off fossil fuel usage. However, even when our goal of zero emissions is achieved, it will leave the world in a place of unnatural warmth, a new status quo.
It is unlikely that humans can turn back the clock on climate change; some things cannot be fully restored or completed in the lifetime of those reading this sentence. However, to achieve a sustainable global system that provides the viability to which we had been accustomed, we need to endeavor for NEGATIVE carbon emissions. This requires removal of the carbon (CO₂, CH₄) that was added to the atmosphere by humans in the past couple hundred years, during which time levels of CO₂ rose from approximately 280 to over 410 parts per million.
The book Drawdown presents “100 solution to reverse global warming”; each solution is measured and modeled to determine its carbon impact through the year 2050, the total and net cost to society, and the total lifetime savings (or cost). Forests figure prominently, listed at Number 5 (Tropical Forests) and Number 12 (Temperate Forests), with CO₂ reductions estimated at 61 and 22 gigatons, respectively, by 2050. The authors of Drawdown envision these reductions through restoration of 435 and 235 million acres of tropical and temperate forests, respectively.
Tom Crowther, a climate change ecologist from Switzerland with an upcoming publication in Science, has determined that a potential 1.2 trillion trees could be planted in addition to the existing 3 trillion trees, with the appropriate planning, to garner a CO₂ reduction that would surpass Drawdown’s Number 1 solution: management of greenhouse gas emissions from refrigerators and air conditioners, which is estimated to reduce atmospheric CO₂ by 90 billion tons. To put that number in perspective, current annual CO₂ emissions amount to approximately 37 billion tons per year. Crowther has a simple message, “I’d like to try and champion this as a solution that everyone can get involved in. If all the millions of people who went on climate marches in recent weeks got involved in tree planting the impact would be huge.”
The Arbor Day Foundation’s Time for Trees initiative to plant 100 million trees is estimated to absorb 8 million tons of carbon, which is the equivalent of removing 6.2 million cars from the road for a year. The Foundation is only one of many organizations that have created tree-planting goals:
“Bold action is needed to tackle this global crisis including restoring lost forests. But unless we stop them being destroyed in the first place, we’re just chasing our tail,” Greenpeace UK Executive Director, John Sauven.
Will it be enough?Reforestation is a promising solution — effective, relatively cheap and fast to implement. However, as long as the current rates of deforestation continue, we are truly doing little more than chasing our tail. Reforestation and restoration also require planning, land, money, and leadership. Ironically, there are intertwined effects of climate change that contribute to deforestation and would partially thwart any globalized replanting efforts: outbreaks of disease and infestation (e.g., bark beetles destroying Europe’s forests), drought, flooding, decimation by wildfires, and lack of political will as noted by the recent decision of Ontario’s Premier to cancel the planting of 50 million trees (to cut costs). Existing and restored woodlands and other carbon-sink ecosystems such as grasslands and mangrove forests would require protection through public policy and enforcement, and market-driven mechanisms. Programs similar to UN-REDD+ can provide incentives for poorer countries and communities to protect their wooded resources.
Fast-paced reforestation is a great solution and obviously beneficial beyond greenhouse gas reductions. But what we don’t have much of is time, the time to wait for trees to mature in 30 to 40 years. We need to bolster the carbon sequestration found through natural means with other techniques. Man-made technologies with a goal of carbon sequestration are often referred to as carbon capture or negative emission technology (NET). A study from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine estimated that the world will need to remove as much as 10 gigatons of CO₂ from the atmosphere each year by mid-century — nearly twice the current annual emissions in the US from burning fossil fuels. Once considered an alternative or optional step, it is increasingly apparent that these technologies need to be part of a larger arsenal of action.
WRI has a publication series, CarbonShot, detailing the present and future scenarios for carbon removal from several carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies. This includes direct air capture with storage (DACS), which are machines that literally pull carbon out of the air, usually from point sources such as power plants, using chemical scrubbing. Another emerging CCS option is bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS), which converts feedstock (such as plant matter) into usable form for power and heat. Captured carbon can be incorporated into a variety of products such as concrete, carbon fibers and biochar — or carbon can be placed into deep storage via injection into underground geological formations. Currently, there is no existing BECCS facility and less than a handful of independent DACS projects to date. Carbon capture has been used previously in submarines and inhabited space vessels, as well as in some industrial ventures: Norway’s state-owned petroleum company, Statoil, began sequestering the CO₂ content of extracted natural gas from a gas field off the coast of Norway into an aquifer about 1000 meters below the seabed. According to reports on the company’s website, approximately 11 million tons of CO₂ had been safely stored as of 2008.
The National Academies report recommends as much as $1 billion annually in US government funding for research on NETs. You can’t get someone to do something (remove carbon from the air) for nothing (little to no economic incentive). As long as belching out greenhouse gases into the air is free, mobilizing CCS technologies would require market incentives such as a carbon tax that puts a price on anthropogenic emissions, as well as research and development, and planning for deployment and synergy.
2020.10.21 15:37 thunder083 I have found my karma on this sub interesting as some accept a different view point of history while others refuse to do so. Interesting as Assassin Creed is partly meant to challenge our understanding of history. So here is my thoughts on it and the series in particular regard to the Vikings.
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|Summary As Of:||21OCT20 @ 23:23 GMT|
|Countries||215 + 2|
|w/Active cases||w/No Active cases||w/All cases rcvrd|
|Antigua and Barbuda||122+||3||101|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||36,315+||1,031+||25,779+|
|Isle of Man||348||24||321|
|Papua New Guinea||581||7||541|
|Saint Pierre Miquelon||16||0||12|
|Sao Tome and Principe||933||15||898|
|St. Vincent Grenadines||68||0||64|
|Trinidad and Tobago||5,392+||101+||3,822+|
|Turks and Caicos||698||6||689|
|Wallis and Futuna||1||0||0|
|British Virgin Islands||71||1||70|
|British Virgin Islands||71||1||70|
2020.10.21 12:35 removalbot 10-21 10:35 - '[quote] Completely biased articles. Of course a small percentage of the population living, for the most part, in one of the most expensive cities in the world, will be poor, especially since most of them are 2nd or first ge...' by /u/Juklimar5 removed from /r/worldnews within 19-29min
Actually true, both in the US and in the UK  1 .Completely biased articles. Of course a small percentage of the population living, for the most part, in one of the most expensive cities in the world, will be poor, especially since most of them are 2nd or first generation immigrants. However it's bullshit to say that there's some sort of bias against them or there's anything stopping them. There's 100% no racial bias for getting into Russel group universities either, proven by your own article that you've linked that show that asian students outperform white people in this regard, yet one of your other articles clearly shows that they're "oppressed", right? Bullshit.
When a terrorist attack is carried out by radical islamic terrorists, entire muslim populations are collectively expected to condemn the attack and the media coverage puts their ethnicity front and center.This is entirely a different discussion, if you really want to discuss the "religion of peace" with me, you're welcome to PM me, I won't address this here at all because it won't be productive in the slightest and changes the topic.
Meanwhile, when some ultra-conservative/right-wing white guy carries out a terrorist attack, the are portrayed in the media as a lone wolf and and the focus of the narrative is generally on their mental health rather than their ethnic, religious or ideological background.Do you hear yourself? Of course he's a lone wolf, because he doesn't live in a place that promotes these values and it's his own personal beliefs, not an organised system of religion dating back over a thousand years that clearly outlines that he needs to do these things. It is about mental health, 100% entirely and completely, there's no organised sect telling these people to do this, the best you can come up with is probably some shitposting internet forums.
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|Isle of Man||348||24||321+|
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|St. Vincent Grenadines||68+||0||64|
|Saint Pierre Miquelon||16||0||12|
|Wallis and Futuna||1||0||0|
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2020.10.20 15:00 Dog-Lick-Gink Ⓙ Rebrand: Nostalgia (21st to 27th of October, 2020) Song/artist information/facts and track choice rationale...
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Greetings my fellow music nerds. Ⓙ Rebrand is a 1 hour long curated Spotify playlist with new music, artwork and theme/title each week. This post details the track information and song choice rationale for this week’s Ⓙ Rebrand playlist in chronological order. Backups of all past weekly curations are saved on this Spotify profile and if you come across this post outside of the date in the post title, here is a link to the backup of Ⓙ Rebrand: Nostalgia (21/10/20) playlist of which, all of the following content is relevant:
DARE - Gorillaz: [Genres: alternative hip hop, art pop] Starting out with the 2005 hit song by the British virtual band Gorillaz. It's off their second studio album, Demon Days. It peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart in 2005, becoming the band's only UK number one hit. Interesting fact: the song was originally meant to be titled "It's There", but was changed due to Shaun Ryder's strong accent making it sound like he was saying "It's dare." This title came from him requesting a change to his headphones levels and saying, "it's going up, it's going up, it's there!" This is the song that first got me interested in the Gorillaz, and since then I have enjoyed so much of their music, with their latest album "The Now Now" being my favourite. I still have a lot of respect for their earlier stuff though, and this track is a banger.
Who Is It - Michael Jackson: [Genres: R&B, soul, pop] It is no secret that MJ was a phenomenal pop artist and this track has to be one of my absolute favourites. The album it is from: “Dangerous” (released in 1991) has to be my personal favourite in his discography. It is well decorated, having won 5 major awards including a Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. You can tell, it is produced and mastered so incredibly well for the time, even holding up by today's standards. Apart from winning 5 awards, it was also nominated for an additional 7 more awards in the year of release. This is actually a pretty emotional song, but it hits hard. I've always loved this number, but the whole album is great. RIP: MJ.
Robot Rock - Daft Punk: [Genres: electronic rock, dance-rock, filter house, electro] This is the lead single from Daft Punk's third studio album: "Human After All". This song reached a moderately high chart position and continues to be one of their most popular tracks in their large discography. It features a sample of "Release the Beast" performed by Breakwater which features a synthesizer riff, as well as percussion and power chords on an electric guitar. There really was some unique production techniques with the synthesizers and sampling from this group and this track certainly shows that off.
Where’s Your Head At - Basement Jaxx: [Genres: disco house, big beat, alternative dance, vocal house, new rave, electronica] I’m sure a few people can relate and recognise this one as it peaked at number number 16 in the Australian charts back in 2001. This track has a great music video too and it was nominated for multiple awards in 2002.
Move Your Feet - Junior Senior: [Genres: Danish pop, rock, dance music, electronic music] This is the Danish duo’s biggest hit, reaching No. 20 in Australia in 2003. This track has also been used in a lot of advertising culture throughout as well as use in films and TV series. MAybe some people remember it from PlayStation 3's SingStar.
Galvanize - The Chemical Brothers: [Genres: big beat, rave, electronica, alternative dance, breakbeat, new rave, trip hop, house music, hip hop] This track features vocals by Q-Tip from A Tribe Called Quest. Tribe has to be one of my favourite hip hop groups of all time, so naturally I gravitated to this track. This track won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in 2006.
Freestyler - Bomfunk MC’s: [Genres: eurodance, europop, bubblegum dance, hip hop music, grime, breakbeat, electronica, funky house] This is a song by Finnish hip hop group Bomfunk MC's released worldwide in 2000. I’m sure everyone who was alive at the time and over the age of 6 must recognise this song as it was a worldwide success, topping the charts in more than ten countries. It is primarily a breakbeat song, with strong influences of UK dance culture and electronic dance music, as well as some influences from hip hop.
Soldier - Eminem: [Genres Detroit hip hop, rap, hip hop] This is one of my favourite tracks off the widely considered most anticipated album of 2002, the fourth studio album “The Eminem Show” by American rapper Eminem, with Dr. Dre being the album's executive producer. It sold over 1.3 million copies in its second week in the US and ended up being the best-selling album of the year worldwide, with songs topping charts around the world. I feel like a lot of the tracks off this album incorporate a heavier use of rap rock than Eminem's previous albums so it segways well into the next segment.
Butterfly - Crazy Town: [Genres: rap rock, funk metal, nu metal, alternative metal, rap metal, nu metal, alternative rock, hip hop music] This classic song by American rap rock band Crazy Town gained mainstream popularity and peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. In Australia it was within the top ten on the charts in 2001. The song is based on a sample of "Pretty Little Ditty" from the Red Hot Chili Peppers' 1989 album Mother's Milk.
Points of Authority - Linkin Park: [Genres: rap metal, post-grunge, alternative metal, nu metal] This track by Linkin Park is the fourth track off their first studio album, Hybrid Theory. I was a huge LP fan back in the day, but I only ever listened to their first few albums and a bunch of their underground stuff. I (along with many others) have not listened to the vast majority of their later stuff (is this the reason Chester hit the deck? ⊙﹏⊙ RIP Chester) I have chosen to feature the 20th Anniversary Edition as this is Linkin Park's latest release and I like to pay tribute to that. 20 years later and I still bang this on every now and again. Certainly has been a huge part of my music taste and shaping over the years. This is not the most popular track off the album, that would be “In the End”, but I personally like this track better.
My Generation - Limp Bizkit: [Genres: rap metal, funk metal, nu metal, alternative metal, wrestling] This is song by the American rap rock band Limp Bizkit, released in 20 years ago on the album Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. The song was released as the first single simultaneously with "Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)" which was more popular, but again, I like this track more. Side story: I was raised by lovely, conscious “hippy” - like parents - and went to a Steiner school for the first few years of my schooling. Listening to Limp Bizkit would NOT have been approved by my parents, but I secretly bought this record, along with The Eminem Show from a market and hid them from my parents. I would get them out late at night or when they weren't around and listen to them on my discman.
Vultures - The Offspring: [Genres: socal pop punk, permanent wave, skate punk, punk, alternative metal, pop punk, rock] "Vultures" is the twelfth track and my personal favourite song off The Offspring's sixth album, Conspiracy of One, released in 2000. I believe this song is about somebody who believes they are losing their mind due to their relationship. This is a song off an album I listened to so many times that I actually had to put it down for several years and take a break. Still, 20 years later, I get some good vibes from banging it on now and then.
Anthem for the Year 2000 - Silverchair: [Genres: Australian psych, grunge, post-grunge, alternative rock, Australian alternative rock, alternative metal, pop rock, nu metal, rock] This is song by the Australian rock band Silverchair, released as the first single from their third album, Neon Ballroom. It reached number 3 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, which made it the group’s sixth top-ten single. Silverchair truly do deserve their spot in Australia's rock history. Silverchair have won more ARIA Music Awards than any other artist in history with 21 wins from 49 nominations. As Silverchair’s music evolved and became more ambitious over the years, starting from grunge on their debut to more recent work displaying orchestral and art rock influences, I feel this third album “Neon Ballroom” hit a sweet spot for me and provided some good influence in my music taste for both myself and my friendship group.
Californication - Red Hot Chili Peppers: [Genres: funk rock, funk metal, permanent wave, alternative rock, rock] This is the most widely known and most frequently performed Red Hot Chili Peppers track off their seventh album, Californication, released in 1999. The album peaked at number 1 for Australian Albums (ARIA) in 1999 and went 8× Platinum in Australia selling >560,000 copies. This is my favourite album by the group and thanks to streaming services I no longer have to listen to the skipping tracks due to the scratched, overused CD we owned.
The following is a list of honorable mentions that didn't make the cut due to time restraints (these can be found in the Ⓙ 90's Kids BOUNCE! playlist):
2020.10.20 12:05 TollhouseFrank Tour de WoT - Tech tree icons for new players
|M4A1||A classic vehicle. The M4 Sherman is one of the most well known tanks in history. In game, it is quite decent in its historical setup with the 76mm. However, this tank comes into its own with the 105mm howitzer mounted. No, you will not always have great games in it. However, it is rare to come away from a match without at least 1 laugh from a massive damage roll when a HE round from your howitzer hits and penetrates your enemy. This is a fun one to keep around for occasional credit grinding or random low/mid tier lols.|
|T29||While only a test-bed in real life, this tank has become a monster in this game. Even from the earliest days of WoT, this has been very powerful. The turret is nigh impenetrable frontally by anything it can face. It has a good 'stock' configuration with the 90mm from the M6 Heavy the tier before. Fully upgraded, this is one of a handful of tanks in this game that you can single handedly control the match in, even when bottom tier. Good in a beginner's hands. Monstrously overpowering in a good player's hands. This heavy will almost assuredly help you appreciate learning the art of hull-down.|
|T49||There are some amazing scouts in this game. This is not one of them. There are amazing combat lights in this game. This is not one of them. There is only 1 King of Derp. This is not him. Let me introduce you to the Prince of Derp. This is one of the tanks where it isn't the best at anything other than being a rush of excitement and fun almost every time you take it out in a match. The ability to speed along side of and/or behind an opponent, then tick off 1/2 or more of their health in a single hit? Evaporate enemy light tanks in a single shot? That is what this is about. Far from the best scout. However, easily one of the most fun light tanks you will ever play. Well worth keeping in garage just for the lol-factor alone.|
|T95||There are many TD's that are technically 'better' vehicles. There are, however, none more intimidating. Affectionately known as "The Doom Turtle" for good reason. You can solo hold a flank against insurmountable odds, because people are afraid to push you. You are nigh invulnerable frontally and will laugh as enemies donk shot after shot into you as you absorb it all without losing a single HP of damage. Yes, it is slow. Yes, it has weaknesses. In relation to WoT, it is still probably the most iconic TD in this game. This is a TD that you will learn to be cautious of, as the first time you make the mistake of wondering in front of one in a match, you will learn a very painful lesson.|
|M44||Who said I couldn't call an arty iconic? You want to be hated? You want to be cursed at? You want people to tell you how they hope that you and all your family die of aids, cancer, being raped, or name-your-terrible-end? This is the vehicle for you. Great at earning credits. Often called one of the most OP/broken vehicles in the game. Whether you love arty, hate arty, or just don't care either way, you have to admit, this one stands out.|
|Rhm.-B. WT||There are some really iconic TD's in the German tree; almost all of them for historical reasons. However, for gameplay reasons, this one takes the strudel. A tissue in a hurricane has more armor. What makes this one stand out is the turret and 2 great gun choices. You can't go wrong with either gun, but my personal opinion is to use the 15cm for the lols. It is worth keeping in your garage. It is very powerful in the right circumstances, and it is rare that the 15cm gun won't give you at least 1 smile per match.|
|Tiger I||In a tree full of historically significant tanks, one of them has to stand out. While not well armored compared to its peers, it has one of the best DPM's tier-for-tier in the game. It has an amazing ability to whittle away tons of health before the enemy even realizes it is gone. One of the first tanks people often admit to grinding to because of how famous it was from WW2. Don't expect the armor to save you. If you can keep safe while letting the gun sing - you should have some memorable matches before you move up to the recently buffed big brother Tiger II.|
|E-50||A tree full of historically significant tanks, and I go with a tank that is at best a paper concept? You can keep your Panther's and Tiger's. I - and many others in the game before you - take a sick and twisted joy out of ramming an enemy to death. One of the 3 or 4 best tanks for ramming in the game, you will find yourself grinning savagely as you slam into the enemy and do 500, 600, 700, even upwards of 1k damage on a lightly armored opponent. It doesn't happen very often, but the opportunity will arise, you will take it, and you will love it.|
|VK 100.01 P||A heavy tank that isn't the Tiger 2, or other historical icon? No. This is a proto-Maus. It has absurd amounts of armor. Properly angled, it can even shrug off Tier 10's like they are nothing - if they are guilty of auto-aiming. It is slow as molasses. The stock gun works surprisingly well, and the top gun is beastly when top tier. When top tier against VI's and VII's, you are practically unkillable. Yes, people want the Maus because of how absurdly armored it is. However, this one is more absurd, considering the amount of armor it has against the opponents it gets to face.|
|Leopard PT A||'German Accuracy' is a meme in this game. However, this is the tank that defines it. What used to be a tank nobody wanted, WG buffed it and it suddenly became a mobile murder-mobile. Great gun handling, great mobility, all tempered a bit with armor that is about tough as a soft, fluffy pillow. Even after recent nerfs to undo what WG felt to be an overbuff, it is still considered by many to be one of the best, if not the best, mediums at tier 9 in the game.|
|KV-2||Average armor. As quick as an one-legged cheetah. As stealthy as an elephant with bad gas. The KV-2 just doesn't care. Top or bottom tier. Open or city map. If there is ever a tank that I believe that every single player in this game should have in their garage, it is the KV-2. Once you fully research this out, you will start to realize why there are so many videos from content creators that feature the tank we lovingly call "The King of Derp". It is nearly impossible to play this tank and be mad. If you ever need a pick-me-up - KV-2 is here for you.|
|T-34-85||Based on a variation of one of the most famous tanks of WWII, this medium tank will captivate you and have you begging for more. If there was ever a perfect introduction to medium tank play, this is it. Mobility is high. It has armor that can work in the right situations. Gun choices galore. Even better? This leads to many of the most beloved high tier mediums in the game. If you want a medium tank branch to go down first - choose this, and you will likely be 100% satisfied|
|T-54||From an icon of WWII to an icon of the Cold War. In the beginning of WoT, this was known as the UFO - the netcode was so bad, that this tank appeared to 'teleport' around the battlefield. Now, it is easily one of the most dominant - in a good player's hands - tanks in the entire game. High mobility, good armor, and gun choices that will leave you satisfied. There are many who keep this in garage with a good crew, even after unlocking the Object 140 at tier X. It is absolutely a keeper.|
|IS-3||In a tree full of memorable and iconic heavies, it is hard to be more memorable than this. Trollish armor. Powerful Gun. Decent mobility. This is a heavy many folks will tell you they enjoyed - and for good reason. This one will likely give you a lot of fond memories as you work your way up to Tier X.|
|S-51||Another arty? Has Private_Public gone mad? Nay, I say! Nay! After changes to SPG's over the years, this is not the dreaded and fearsome armageddon machine it used to be. It no longer 1-shots even Tier 10's with impunity. However, for many players, this is the first SPG where you cross the 200mm size mark with a gun. It is slow, with terrible gun handling. You play this for one reason only - the splash radius and damage potential can cause grins for you, and many curses flung your way post-match.|
|Black Prince||The UK tree has some really great and memorable tanks that are great fun to play. This one is an icon for a different reason. It is almost universally agreed upon as one of the worst heavy tanks tier for tier in the game. I personally loved it (then again, I'm daft in the head and love bad tanks). The mobility is bad. The armor only sort of works when top tier. The gun will have you crying many salty tears for how anemic it is. However, it is definitely all worth it, as Tier VIII+ in this branch are all good-to-great.|
|Conqueror||The Centurions are icons for historical reasons, so it is hard to keep them out of this list. This is an icon because of gameplay reasons. Years ago before changes to the tree, this was a rough stock grind. Now, this is one of the easiest stock grinds at Tier IX. Fully upgraded, this heavy is more powerful than many Tier X tanks. It also includes a British mainstay - HESH rounds (HE rounds with high pen) that lets you do nasty things to tanks that have light armor or if you catch them in the side/rear. Take what you have learned about playing hull down and abuse it, here. You will find it pays off as you bounce shot after shot.|
|ALL UK Lights Tier 5+||I have a soft spot for the Covenanter in my heart. I still find it fun to play. But my goodness, is the rest of the branch made of rotten haggis. Some people will defend the Tier X as being "OK" and fun to play. However, the rest of the line to get there will have you hating yourself and wondering why WG would ever purposely try to ruin an entire tech tree with the stench of a single branch this bad.|
|Tortoise||In a line full of heavily armored TD's with high DPM, this is easily the highlight. Tough enough to brawl up close with heavies. Accurate enough to snipe from range. 2nd highest DPM in the game. After buffs to this TD, it has become a gem that many people come to highly appreciate. While the Badger a tier up is more of the same, it just doesn't quite have the same magic.|
|Cromwell||I would be remiss to leave this off the list. Have you ever heard of the concept "spray and pray"? This tank epitomizes that concept. It has a selection of guns that have such bad soft stats, it can't hit a target while on the move, with the target taped to the end of the gun barrel. The real joy in this tank comes when played in platoons of 3. You can swarm an enemy at close range with high mobility. With 3 guns and a high right of fire, you will be draining enemy HP so fast, they are back to garage before they can blink. Good alone. A monster in a platoon.|
|AMX 65T||I hated this tank. Everyone else who has played this tank hates it. You will hate it. If there was an award for 'worst tank in the game', this is surely it. This is a heavy tank with no armor, no mobility, and turrets that don't make up for it. It has gun handling that makes you want to gouge your eyes out with spoons made of sandpaper. If this tank had good mobility, it would be fine. If this tank had the armor to back up the poor mobility, it'd be fine. Without either, this is the most putrid tank in this entire tree, and possibly, the entire game. However, the tier IX and X past it are both definitely good.|
|Lynx 6x6||Until this point, the wheeled lights in this tree haven't been anything of note other than having an awesome anti-scout HE round. This is where you first get access to the high-mobility mode you will come to learn to both love and curse as you play up the tree. This will give you taste of what is to come.|
|AMX 13 90||When I first obtained this vehicle, it was a Tier VII light. Through the years (and expansion to the trees), it has seen time at tier VIII and now tier IX. It is far from the best scout. However, mid-late game, it is probably one of the most dangerous, as you suddenly become capable of possibly removing multiple tanks from the field in a single clip. In this tank, you are able to quickly turn the tide for your team in a tight match.|
|AMX 50 100||It is not a great heavy. It has no armor. It is large. It has a very slow clip load time. However, what this tank excels at is teaching you to conserve your HP, and to be careful on your trades. If you play your cards right, you are now one of the most deadly tanks in the game in the late match. With the ability to do 1800 damage in just a few seconds, you can in a single clip remove 2, 3, 4, or more tanks so quickly, that a tight match is suddenly blown wide open. Be cautious at the start of the match, go wild late match. A good tank to learn an appreciation for how powerful autoloaders can be in 'crunch time'.|
|AMX M4 51||How do you follow up possibly the worst tech tree tank in the game? The WG way - one of the best heavies in the game. Extremely strong frontal armor. 2 good guns that give 2 playstyles - brawling action, or aiming for overmatches on highly angled turret roofs or Swedish TD's. While many do not like the Tier X nearly as much, this heavy proves that the French are the best lovers. It will treat you right every time you take it out for a date.|
|Skoda T 25||Pretty quick. Turns about as well as yak with a rocket stuck to it's back. The autoloader, along with the extremely fast reload, make this a great credit grinder in a good player's hands, and a very deadly opponent on the battlefield. Unfortunately, to get to the next good tank in the tree, you have to put up with some terrible times.|
|TVP VTU||Speaking of terrible times, this is it. While the Tier VII is bad in its own right, this one is takes the bad to a new level. While I liked it (I tend to like 'bad tanks' as it is fun for me to find something positive about them), I'm the oddball here. Take the Tier VI premium Skoda T40. Stick it at Tier VIII with a slightly better gun. That is all you need to know.|
|Skoda T50||Sometimes, the grind is bad and there is never a payoff. In this case, there is a massive pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. While buffs to other medium tanks have curtailed enthusiasm for this medium tank some, it is still considered one of the most powerful mediums in the game. It is highly mobile, has very quick damage burst with its autoloader, and quickly reloads its clip, allowing you to keep up the pressure. If you are willing to put up with tier VII and VIII being terrible, then your payoff is 100% worth it.|
|O-I||There is a King of Derp. There is a Prince of Derp. This is the cheap Japanese Imitation Derp. It is massive. It is slow. It is heavily armored. Just like the KV-2, it just doesn't care what match it is in. Also, you will likely be using the same 15cm howitzer up to Tier VIII, so get used to it. You also will learn to get used to seeing your hit-log in match be full of premium rounds, as people just do not bother searching for your weak spots.|
|Chi-Ri||A medium tank larger than many heavy tanks in the game. Decent mobility. Armor that couldn't stop a butterfly from penetrating if it lands too hard. Despite all of this, many who play it fall strangely in love with it. It has one of the more unique guns in the game: a 3 shot autoloader that does low damage, but that loads extremely quickly. I personally never understood the thrill, but many swear by it. Maybe you too, will one day play this tank and fall in love.|
|Type 4 Heavy||Armor that works until it doesn't. That is often the kindest thing people say about this heavy tank. If you are top tier against Tier VII's and VIII's, you are probably going to have a good time. Against Tier IX and Tier X? You are an XP Piñata. More frustrating than fun to play. However, those rare good games may just keep you coming back for more.|
|WZ-132||In a game where 'traditional' light tanks are falling by the wayside, this one still holds its own. A better medium tank than the equal tier medium of the same tree. When the light tanks got an overall general nerf, this one was barely touched. It is a good light tank. While you may never go past it in the branch, you will probably appreciate it for what it is capable of. One of the more powerful combat lights in the game.|
|WZ-111 1-4||People tend to ignore the Chinese tree because of 'copycat syndrome'. I believe that is a mistake. This is one of my personal favorite heavies in the game, and a favorite to many who play it. Mobile, hard hitting, and a decent turret. A heavy that you can play like a medium, and out-slug those same mediums you raced to face. It is a bit of a grind to get there, but the 130mm gun on this heavy turns you into a deadly anti-medium.|
|T-34-2||In a tree of forgettable tanks, this one gives the AMX 65T of the French tree a run for its money as worst tank in the game. On paper, it is attractive. It is mobile. It has decent armor and a great turret. It has good guns with a lot of alpha damage. In reality once you play it, it all falls apart. This is one of the worst grinds in the game. With upcoming buffs to this branch, things might change.|
|25TP||Fully upgraded, this should be a good tank. It is mobile and has a good gun for the Tier. This problem is, to get there, you have to put up with one of the worst stock grinds in the game. If you are a new player, you won't have a bank of free xp built up to help unlock modules. One of the most frustrating grinds in the game, with a payoff being an OK, but not great, tank.|
|B.U.G.I.||This is a tank that shouldn't work. It is awkward and on paper, just doesn't look good. In practice, this is one of the more fun tanks you can play in this game. With a choice of a normal gun (with high alpha for a medium of the tier) or a howitzer for derp action - you will find a way to play it that works for you. While the rest of the mediums are considered 'blah' aside from the Tier X, this one might just find a new home in your garage.|
|50TP||Another one that on paper, just doesn't look exciting. However, fully researched, this is a hidden gem. Heck, Tier VIII and up on this branch are all hidden gems that people overlook because of the horrible grind to get here. The armor won't save often. However, when it does work, it works amazingly well. The top gun allows you to Hulk Smash enemies. Definitely worth the grind. The 60TP that follows has quickly become my personal favorite Tier X heavy tank.|
|UDES 03||Want to be a Norse Ninja? Want to be able to drive backwards faster than most tanks in the game can drive forwards? Want a gun so good, you almost never have to fire premium ammo, even at tanks 2 tiers higher? Want a unique mechanic that only a handful of other tanks in the game have? This TD is for you. While a MBT in real life, in game, this tank acts more like a tank destroyer (thus the designation as such). Both tanks following it are improvements on this vehicle. However, first loves stick with you as more memorable than your 2nd and 3rd loves.|
|Emil II||Want to be a heavy tank that is smaller than some light tanks in the game? Oh, want to add in invincible frontal turret armor, 10+ degrees of gun depression, and an autoloader to it? Look no further. While not a great heavy tank in its own right, when you get the chance to play hull down, you go from average to becoming Thor himself.|
|IKV 103||At the same time both the best and worst tier 5 TD in the game. When it works, it works. However, when it doesn't, oh boy does it not. It is also unique in that the best gun on it only fires HEAT. No AP. No HE. Only HEAT. If you can make it work and learn to aim for solid armor and not spaced armor, then the top gun lets you do silly things.|
|P.43||This is a medium tank that acts like a heavy. It brawls like a heavy. It hits hard like a heavy. It is as slow as a heavy. While not a great tank, as Shrek told Donkey "That'll do."|
|P.43 ter||Tier VII is usually pretty awkward. This tank is no different. However, the moment you unlock the top engine and mount it, you go from a middle-of-the-road medium to a hard hitting and very mobile medium. It may not be the best medium in the game, but it surely is up there for how much a simple tech upgrade can change the way you play/view a tank.|
|P.44 Pantera||Auto-reloader mechanic. That is all. Wait, you want me to say more? Seriously, the auto-reloading mechanic puts regular auto loaders to shame. You can play as a single shot medium and maintain DPM. You can dump your clip for a quick burst of damage. Fully upgraded, this medium is mobile, extremely versatile, and secretly, a good rammer. Even if you go no further in this tree, you will probably love this tank - especially if you like regular autoloaders.|
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