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I make a living exploiting the things you can do with an Earth that's not flat. The fact of the matter though is that it's not round either; it's lumpy and oblong and has these dense parts and floppy parts and the whole mess is just about as not-flat as things can be. Did you know that gravity is not constant? Not only does gravity vary geographically:
but it also varies over time, both on a 12-hr cycle tracking the tides and on a 5.9 year cycle tracking the variation of Earth's rotational rate. It's very inconvenient.
I'd suggest trying to find other 1e dragons with 5e stats and identifying scale factors.
I enjoyed the movie. The early part of the movie where they're trying to blend in on Jeddhu and the locals ambush a platoon of storm troopers with an IED was pretty believable but pretty much every other major engagement left me wondering just who was running this army? I had a hard time believing that when the shuttle pads started blowing up why they immediately jumped to "Rebel attack!" instead of getting confused and disrupted. Believing themselves under attack, their failure to respond promptly with overwhelming force allowed the situation to get out-of-hand in a hurry. We saw very little of the much-vaunted Star Destroyer weaponry being employed on the Rebel fleet either.
This is also a thing: http://terminallance.com/2016/10/rogue-one-scene-id-like-see/
Option 5 is now a real product that exists: http://www.homedepot.com/p/NetReset-New-Automated-Power-Cycler-for-Modems-and-Routers-NR-1000US-NEW/300231163
The stiction explanation is wrong to begin with; the reason why you want to freeze things is the same as why you would freeze individual components with freeze spray to try to isolate a failing part. In this case, we're freezing the whole thing.
EDIT: referenced explanation isn't great. There are a lot of things in electronics components which change over temperature and things like dodgy solder, wire bonding, damaged transistor, resistors, and capacitors can behave differently and usually better at colder temperatures.
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