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Cilya    44

It is strange... These Pacu's flopped a very long time from the printing pod just to jump in this 188°C crude oil deep fryer. I guess we will have fried Pacus very soon !

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Gus Smedstad    356

A while back someone posted an automated omelette maker. If I recall correctly, the way it worked was that eggs on a conveyor passing through hot liquid turned into omelettes. I wonder if pacu fillets will cook to "cooked fish" the same way?

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Cilya    44

I didn't have the time to check that :( When I looked at them again, they were all gone...

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Saturnus    3,326
17 hours ago, Gus Smedstad said:

A while back someone posted an automated omelette maker. If I recall correctly, the way it worked was that eggs on a conveyor passing through hot liquid turned into omelettes. I wonder if pacu fillets will cook to "cooked fish" the same way?

Unfortunately not.

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mathmanican    2,320
On 8/26/2019 at 3:06 PM, Rebrait said:

devs should put some easter egg like this

They're all there.  You just have to dig and find. :) 

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Nebbie    298
On 8/25/2019 at 5:48 PM, Gus Smedstad said:

A while back someone posted an automated omelette maker. If I recall correctly, the way it worked was that eggs on a conveyor passing through hot liquid turned into omelettes. I wonder if pacu fillets will cook to "cooked fish" the same way?

Only omelettes can be automatically made with heat. It would be very, very nice if we could make our own ovens for other things.

Also critters take a long time to die in extreme heat, like you would not believe. In many cases it's possible for a critter to survive in an environment outside its livable temperature long enough to die of old age first.

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cblack    53
4 minutes ago, Nebbie said:

It would be very, very nice if we could make our own ovens for other things.

Like converting crude to petroleum inside a pipe.  As it is now I basically don't bother with petroleum as I can take care of my plastic needs with glossy dreckos (though that does take more dupe time), and I quickly replace my petroleum rockets with LH2 engines.

I mean sure, you can still boil it outside a pipe, but then you need to either cool it back down in situ or have thermium pumps.  But usually by the time I have thermium, I'm already on LH2...

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Nebbie    298
3 hours ago, cblack said:

Like converting crude to petroleum inside a pipe.  As it is now I basically don't bother with petroleum as I can take care of my plastic needs with glossy dreckos (though that does take more dupe time), and I quickly replace my petroleum rockets with LH2 engines.

I mean sure, you can still boil it outside a pipe, but then you need to either cool it back down in situ or have thermium pumps.  But usually by the time I have thermium, I'm already on LH2...

To my knowledge, crude to petroleum in pipes only doesn't work because the coding is very general, any state change breaks pipes. They could easily change it so that only phase changes break them, but I suspect then they would want to mess with the oil refinery's utterly ludicrous mass deletion.

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mathmanican    2,320
4 hours ago, Nebbie said:

Also critters take a long time to die in extreme heat,

Trap them in mechanical doors and they die very rapidly.... See @Lilalaunekuh post on critter cooling for more details.

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