Time Shifter 0.3.11p Offline Version.zip 2021
Grind eternities, you need a minimum of 20,000 to unlock your first EC1, and can go up to 110,000 to reach the softcap of Eternity upgrade 2. Later on in the game, you will have to grind more for Time Study 193, which caps at 1,012,680 eternities, but wait until you have an EC10 completion to do that. Method : Set Automatic Eternities to 0, Big Crunch to 1e77 X times highest (or any value you found to work better), and use Infinity Dim + Active on the tree, possibly put something to hold down the M key overnight. These should take less than .5 seconds each and drop as you go along. Possibly getting the "Eternities are the new infinity" achievement, which doubles Eternity gain. You can also make use of the 200 eternities milestone, farming eternities with both offline ticks and offline passive eternities gain.
Time Shifter 0.3.11p Offline version.zip
Like feasting on a behind - Using Time Study 181, you must disable all autobuyers and macros used to buy dimensions, and don't press M (max all) at all. You will have to wait long for 1e100 IP, which is over an hour, and without doing anything. At exactly 2 hours and around 11 minutes of idling with no dimensions/infinities (usavictor's experience) with this time studies tree layout of 11, [22,32,42], [21,31,41,33], 51,61,62, [73,83,93,103], 111, [123,133,143], 151,162,171,161,181 you will finally get the achievement, at 1e90 IP. Also, turn on the eternity autobuyer at 0 EP and go offline, to allow the 200 eternities milestone to give you several thousand free eternities while you wait.
GOTCHAS: Make sure to not have your black hole accidentally charging when it's not relevant. Also, note the bottom right button: Offline used for production/Offline time stored. This effects what the game will automatically do with offline time, but don't later be confused if you forgot what state you left it in
NOTE: If you're storing offline time in the Nameless Ones tab, you won't generate memory chunks. Make sure to set the button to Offline time used for production! There won't be much reason to amplify realities from now on.
Various ice sheet model formulations, including the choice of grounding line parameterisations and basal sliding schemes can strongly affect model response to a given forcing (Brondex et al., 2017501; Pattyn, 2017502), although sophisticated statistical methodologies have been increasingly used since AR5 to quantitatively gauge model uncertainty (Bulthuis et al., 2019503; Edwards et al., 2019504). Accurate atmospheric forcing (SMB) and sub-ice melt are also prerequisite to resolving the time-evolving dynamics of the system, with sub-ice melt rates being particularly important (Schlegel et al., 2018505). An important ongoing deficiency is the lack of ice-ocean coupling in most continental-scale studies, which remains too computationally expensive to simulate the ocean at the spatial scales necessary to capture circulation in ice shelf cavities and time-evolving ice-ocean interactions (Donat-Magnin et al., 2017506; Hellmer et al., 2017507). Instead, melt rates are often parameterised as a depth dependent function of nearby ocean temperature derived from offline ocean models, but the lack of ice-ocean interaction can seriously overestimate melt rates in some settings (de Rydt et al., 2015; Seroussi et al., 2017508). Approaches that link offline ocean temperatures with efficient box models of the circulation in ice shelf cavities have been developed (Lazeroms et al., 2018509; Reese et al., 2018a510) and used in long-term future simulations (Bulthuis et al., 2019511), although they still require uncoupled ocean models to provide time-evolving ocean conditions outside the cavities. 041b061a72