The idea behind these anti-piracy efforts is that people will eventually stop using The Pirate Bay. Thus far, however, traffic to the infamous torrent site continues to grow, and so is the number of torrents being uploaded.
On the contrary, the site is taking concrete steps to counter future blocking and takedown attempts. During the coming year the notorious torrent site plans to go underground, using a peer-to-peer browser which will make it impossible to censor or shut down the site.
This is a DPS [Limbo] build focused on buffing weapon damage with the [Rift Torrent] augment and combining this with Breach Surge to create 'double dipped' surge sparks which can do damage in the billions or even negative billions (due to integer overflow). This is possible because Breach Surge spark damage scale off your weapon damage which is multiplied by the [Rift Torrent] bonus, but each spark itself is also counted as a weapon, so it is multiplied by the [Rift Torrent] bonus a second time when it hits. In addition, [Limbo]'s stasis and cataclysm abilities allow you to get easy headshots in the absolute safety of the rift. If up against acolytes however, since stasis doesn't freeze them, you will have to use cataclysm + stasis to freeze other enemies allowing you to focus on the acolyte, magus lockdown to shut them down and rely onrift torrent to get the insane damage bonus to kill them quickly.
Damage CalculationsFor example, if you rift surge 50 enemies you can hit a [Rift Torrent] bonus of approximately 3000%, which is additive to your other +dmg sources like [Serration] and merciless arcanes (but multiplicative with galvanized overload mods on certain weapons like [Bubonico], [Quellor]), and equates to approximately 30x more damage. Applied twice means each breach surge spark actually receives a multiplier of 900x damage. Adding the breach surge multiplier of 4x makes this about 3600 x weapon damage. Theoretically, if you can make a weapon do 1 million damage by itself, then each spark potentially does 3.6 billion, which exceeds the games damage cap of 2.14 billion and can even become negative. Furthermore, surge sparks can headshot and are affected by headshot multipliers.
RangeHigh range is needed so rift surge and cataclysm covers a large amount of enemies and to give you the maximum bonus on [Rift Torrent]. Range is also beneficial for breach surge range.
StrengthStrength is the most important stat since it scales both the Breach Surge damage multiplier and [Rift Torrent] multiplier, the latter of which scales again into breach surge sparks, meaning strength essentially 'double dips' breach surge. At about 200% str, we hit approximately 4x breach surge multiplier and 60% [Rift Torrent] bonus for each enemy affected by rift surge.
ArcanesEnergize for energyConsequence to jump around fast after headshots which are very easy against frozen enemiesArcane Arachne also boosts breach surge sparks without requiring kitgunsMolt Augmented for more strength
You want heavy hitting single damage instance weapons to get the biggest breach surge sparks. Keep in mind you can DROP base damage mods like serration/steel on these builds for something more useful like fire rate etc since [Rift Torrent] is additive to bsae damage.Good weapons for this include:
ExtraTorrent unceremoniously shut down last week leaving thousands without the favourite place to get torrents from. This made it 3 shut down in recent memory following KickassTorrents and Torrentz in about one year. As a consequence, this has led to a surge in the number of people migrating to other sources.
This was the reason that ExtraTorrent operator SaM had asked people not to fall for copycats and fakes such as these. But one thing is clear, the section of the torrent community that was reliant on ExtraTorrent has begun moving away onto other torrent sites. It has also become evident that these users have not all migrated onto one particular site, giving us the possibility of another behemoth rising up to fill the void left by the shut downs in the past year.
Abstract. This paper presents a protocol to analyze debris flow focusing on the surge scale rather than the full scale of the debris flow event, as well as its application to a French site. Providing bulk surge features like volume, peak discharge, front height, front velocity and Froude numbers allows for numerical and experimental debris flow investigations to be designed with narrower physical ranges and thus, for deeper scientific questions to be explored. We suggest a method to access such features at surge scale that can be applied to a wide variety of monitoring stations. Requirements for monitoring stations for the protocol to be applicable include (i) a flow stage measurements, (ii) a cross section hypothesis and (iii) a velocity estimation. Raw data from three monitoring stations on the Réal torrent (drainage area: 2 km2 , South-East France) are used to illustrate an application on 34 surges measured from 2011 to 2020 on the three monitoring stations. Volumes of debris-flow surges on the Réal Torrent are typically sized at a few thousand cubic meters. Peak flow height of surges range from 1 to 2 m. Peak discharge range around a few dozens cubic meters per second. Finally, we show that Froude numbers of such surges are near critical.
Regarding the Gadria catchment, the paper under discussion mentions early observations on two debris flows (Comiti et al., 2014) and two more events that were used to compare the results of large scale particle image velocimetry (Theule et al., 2018). A recent paper (Coviello et al., 2021) has extended the dataset by presenting data (flow velocity and bulk volume, separated in surges) from nine debris flows recorded between 2011 and 2017. More data on six debris flows that occurred between 2018 and 2020 will be reported in a contribution accepted for the forthcoming DFHM8 Conference (Torino, June 2023).
Debris-flow data recorded between 1990 and 2019 in the Moscardo Torrent have been published in the repository PANGAEA: In this time interval, 30 debris flows occurred, and 26 of them were monitored by sensors installed on the channel, while four were only documented through post-event observations. The catalog includes flow depth data, measured utilizing ultrasonic sensors, and rainfall. A paper published in NHESS (Marchi et al., 2021) describes the debris-flow dataset of the Moscardo Torrent and presents summary data (event date, number of surges per event, bulk volume, mean velocity, and peak discharge of the main surge). Data from 62 surges, i.e., on average approximately two surges per debris-flow event, were extracted from the records of the flow stage; their analysis enabled describing the shape of the hydrographs.
Lapillone et al. report of results from a debris-flow monitoring station in the Real torrent and suggest a data processing protocol for a more consistent and transparent derivation of debris-flow parameters from field observations. I think this is a well-written and well-structured contribution that will be very valuable for the community.
In addition to the data provided in the appendix of this paper, the idea is to make the database completely available online, including raw data from research team willing to share them. We are currently opening a dedicated repository on an online open repository. We will most likely provide a DOI link toward this first sample of the dataset in the next versions of the paper. Meanwhile, this paper will help to disseminate and share the idea one how to identify debris flow surges. We will present it in the next conferences and looking for collaborators to feed this database. The aim of this current paper is to have a first peer-review of the methodology so that we can apply it to more sites and then jointly publish analyses that would not be site specific and would have a broader interest because based on the bigger dataset .
For one surge, the cross correlation coefficient was not satisfactory. The visual method consists in taking 4 points : two on the first geophone signal : before and after the first front; and two on the second geophone signal : before and after the first front. This can also be done on the flow peak depending on flow shape. Figure S3 in supplementary data presents this specific case. We are going to reformulate this section to clarify.
The goal of this work and this figure is not to analyze site specific events on this precise torrent, but rather to provide ranges for natural debris flows, which are often not available in the literature. Rather than making multiple figures, we found more striking to show that the three stations have similar ranges.
If we intend to perform sediment balance studies, a measure of the bed-load transport is necessary. The current monitoring and the data presented in this paper alone does not allow for the sediment cascade to be studied. Figure 8 shows a cycle of sediment scour and filling in the channel which is a proof that the sediment activity is high in this catchment. However, such cycles cannot be detected in Figure 9. If it were possible to see this geomorphic cycle, the cumulated volumes of the surges passing at S1 would be found to be equal to the cumulated volume at S2 over the years. Any of the deposit at S1 or between S1 and S2 would then be exported downstream. To summarize, debris flows alone are not sufficient for sediment balance investigation in such catchment and bed load has a significant impact (which is consistent with ). 153554b96e