Why is my Technic pack so laggy?
dean Asked: Why is my Technic pack so laggy?
I have a high end computer dont know the exact specs, but i downloaded technic pack 6 was peacefully playing doing a lot of stuff.Have a nuclear reactor, some quarries, solar panels, wind mills, machines, antimatter relay, energy collector, and energy condenser. I have never encountered lagg but now since i put my third quarry down everytime i move or open a chest or pull up my inventory i lagg out so bad it crashes sometimes. One time it got down to 1 Fps like i just set up like 1000 tnt blocks. Can someone please explain?
It's probably a glitch, the same thing happened to me. Also, there are just so many mods in the pack that by the time you start setting stuff up from different mods, they start to malfunction a little bit. By the time you put all of the quarries and energy producers that you made it's no surprise that it started glitching out, even for a decked out computer. So there is one of two things happening. One, its actually not very"high end". Or, you can try to re install the pack (If you do this remember to back up your save to not lose your world by accident). Hope this helped
Okay, cut your grass and make me a Hundred Million barrels of oil by tomorrow !
Why do you hate oil but use a computer which is made mostly of petroleum based products.
The only reason to dislike solar is because it is vastly more expensive. Do you have solar panels on YOUR house?
in the 1850's, the luddite types didn't like this oil from the ground because it eliminated whaling jobs.
so I vote we use the green oil.
Lol.What a ridiculous question
Oil is the ultimate recyclable fuel, it just a very long cycle.The plants that grew during the dinosaur times grew and covered most of the planet due to very very warm global temeratures (they were in global warming times that was very beneficial for plants and animals of the time)When plants die and eventually turn into oil, not from dinosaurs as most liberals claim.
So essentially, oil is produced by plants and the carbon that comes from the burning of oil was carbon from the plants when they died off.Also, plants needs the sun to grow, so you're ultimately right.
yes ok sweetie
feel free to use a windmill and go solar
and let me know how you do ok..
That's not entirely a fair assessment.Implementing solar energy is extremely expensive, and in some areas of the word (mainly due to a lack of direct sunlight) just plain unfeasible.
Listen, I'm a supporter of solar energy, and I find it laughable every time a Republican says that they're not funding it because it will "never be profitable" (a ridiculous notion if I've ever seen one).Oil is old technology, but it's been effective for a long time, and will continue to be the main source of energy for most countries for a long time yet.We have to accept that until solar energy (or some other renewable source) becomes feasible.Research dollars should be going into that.
well you have a billion year point.
Thus, oil is a renewable resource.
You know, dry oil beds in Texas are filling up again with oil.If only the libtards at the EPA let us drill for it…………
Electric cars use COAL ENERGY. really green that!
Oil is decayed plants
yes…over millions of years..
Plants are solar energy specialists.
yes, over a planting and harvesting season..a lot less than millions of years…and some nations have taken that and used it to grow and harvest sources for energy.
hydro has been proven durable and safe…as has solar and wind…and all are immediate sources…
your point is taken…
In love whats cheapest only fool,liberals an the rich like to pay top dollar for the latest fad.
It's still very costly in most areas. There are maps available showing solar energy potential (inSOLation), though. Certain areas have so much sunshine that even PV panels are profitable in large installs at today's prices.
Libertarian chip mogul, Dr. TJ Rodgers was approached in about 2000 by a PV vendor about installing panels on the new corporate campus (under construction at the time). Typical of his analytical nature, he just said, "do the numbers: if it makes economic sense, do it. If not, don't." It made sense; He did it; saved a ton of money every month (pricey electric in that area and LOTS of sun) and actually BOUGHT the solar panel manufacturer… with his OWN money.
Photovoltaic (PV) is still much more expensive than concentrated solar thermal power which uses huge mirrors to focus sunlight to a point where the heat generated there drives a heat engine (such as steam or Stirling).
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