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Water Cooler / Re: A Corbett report on Bill Gates.
« on: Today at 03:39:40 PM »
None of the info below is related to any of the crap conspiracy theories that are all over SM apparently.

Gates-supported polio vaccine causes more polio than wild polio :

https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2017/06/28/534403083/mutant-strains-of-polio-vaccine-now-cause-more-paralysis-than-wild-polio?t=1596554059417

Details of Gates' support for the above : https://www.gatesfoundation.org/What-We-Do/Global-Development/Polio

A later report, showing that ~80% of polio cases are vaccine-derived :

https://www.economist.com/the-economist-explains/2018/12/19/what-is-vaccine-derived-polio

The later 2018 IJERP report that concludes nearly half a million people were paralysed due to oral polio vaccinations :

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6121585/pdf/ijerph-15-01755.pdf












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Water Cooler / Re: My early use of resin 3D Printers.
« on: August 01, 2020, 01:49:30 AM »
>resin

I'd prefer filament.  I have a fair amount of experience with epoxy and gelcoat over the years and -though epoxy is my go-to material for fabrication or repairs- it is a love-hate relationship.

>naked

Years ago, we were have a some sort of serious thread (here? wmw?) and NFFC posts "I'm not wearing any panties." hhh

I'm still clothed. I think i'm gonna use filament then make silicone molds and resin the copies. Mold resin curing time vs 3d prints is attractive.

What do you use yours for mainly, epoxy ?

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Water Cooler / Re: fr## sp##ch ?
« on: August 01, 2020, 01:46:47 AM »
>> more chance of winning the lottery than 'catching' the germ.

Not on my planet ...

Could i have one of those tickets please :)

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Water Cooler / Re: fr## sp##ch ?
« on: August 01, 2020, 01:45:37 AM »
i guess it's a stats thing, and also experiential.

having said that we have lots of conflicting data, and whether you like it or not we are experiencing soft fascism in the very active silencing of the spectrum of opinions, real data from real professionals is being deleted from online media. That's blatantly wrong whatever your opinion is - if you believe that you live in a democracy.


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Water Cooler / fr## sp##ch ?
« on: August 01, 2020, 01:03:31 AM »
This morning on channel 5 with Jeremy Vine, a guy called in saying he didn't want to wear a mask when he went to the shops, which is obviously counter-culture right now.

I wear a mask when i go to the shops, but just to please others, the stats don't bear out the fear.

What i didn't like was the treatment of the man that called in.

He's a capitalist civilian just like the rest of us, yet he got called an idiot by the entire 'news' team, he was doggedly bullied, he wasn't even allowed to have his opinion.

One of the presenters compared his desire to go shopping without a mask to people going driving without wearing a seat belt, which reminded me of many moronic analogies. Analogies are rarely useful or data-comparative and mostly emotional.

What we have here is a situation where no-one knows what the frack is going on, therefore every response is a fail - it's either too much or too little, too soon or too late.

The numbers tell use that we all have more chance of winning the lottery than 'catching' the germ.

I think it's over blown, and i've seen it close to hand.

I wouldn't want to be the guy that comes to my house with a needle for me and my loved ones, i could not believe Fauci the other week, comparing accepting enforced vaccination as a 'civil rights' act' He actually frakkin said that.

This is called inversion, the self-interested, careerist wankers who don't give a sh## about anybody else, are actually trained in neuro linguistic programming as part of their political education. They are sold it as marketing, they come from Harvard and end up in Glaxo What Ever.

And most people think they are nice guys, that they have the interests of Humanity at heart.

Look around you, we are the toads, the water is getting even hotter.

Yes i keep saying this because i see it now and you can see it when reading history, government has always been about control of the populace, not about the well-being of them. Every Western government is modeled on old Rome '.. make them comfortable but make them obey ...".

We don't have left or right or center, it's smoke and mirrors, we have bottom, middle and top.

The individuals that are in charge of the institutions behind government - they are at the top and they are unelected, these are our governments advisors. All of our ministers, Prime or not, do what the advisers tell them to do, since the advisers are the experts. But the advisers don't change, over decades.

Your average voter doesn't have a clue about the minutiae of government and how laws get passed and the world changes, voting is a pastime for the ignorant.

I think (ironically) we need a system of gov that no longer pretends to be left or right, we need to vote in capable individuals to a team that runs the country. Left and Right seem like meaningless labels now, we need teams of experts that can run countries, not ministers that do transport one year and finance the next, noone is that multi-skilled.

The whole thing needs a f###ing upgrade, i've had 4 adult decades of it now and it's fucknig sh## and needs re-tooling.

Love you guys x x x



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Water Cooler / Re: CV: The rugrat scenario
« on: August 01, 2020, 12:07:22 AM »
For once i'm glad i don't have kids, not so bad when there's just you and your Lady.

Under normal conditions i sometimes get pangs seeing Dads with Sons, and Daughters, but every potential Dad wants a Son in addition to a Daughter.

Now i'm glad that i have less to worry about, i can't imagine being responsible for another person during this time, hard enough during average times!

Power to all you parents, must be very hard right now.

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Water Cooler / My early use of resin 3D Printers.
« on: July 31, 2020, 11:57:17 PM »
Don't buy one except for specialist purposes.

I'm very careful with the resin protocol, it's toxic crap, and it's so costly, even when you hollow the models and do your drain-holes it still costs more per gramme in comparison to FDM. Now and then you get a print fail, and a resin fail is far more costly than an FDM fail.

You have to use at least one pair of Nitrile gloves with each print, because the workflow is Print, Clean, Remove supports, Cure. After 15mins of exposure even Nitrile melts.

You can recycle your IPA so that's all good.

On average i've seen print times that are 4x faster than FDM (standard 3D Printers), i've seen up to 6 times faster on some models.

One big advantage is that 2 models take roughly the same time as one model to print on resin, since it's done layer by layer.

Models feel more solid and can now use inlay.

I am sweating my arse off just sitting here typing so i will now get naked, but not type whilst in that state. It would seem weirdly unfaithful or something.

Hugs & Kisses ;+} x x x

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Water Cooler / Re: My continuing search for Love on Amazon Answers
« on: July 31, 2020, 11:46:58 PM »
That would probably be a viable answer to a surprising number of questions

Thank you for your diplomatic interpretation.

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Water Cooler / My continuing search for Love on Amazon Answers
« on: July 31, 2020, 10:31:02 PM »
I may have met The One today, but how can you tell ? Are there signs ?

Pictorial representation attached.




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Water Cooler / Re: UK to announce a ban on TV junk food adverts
« on: July 31, 2020, 09:36:34 PM »
>Ban the actual junk-food

That would knock 50% off your GDP, hhh.

But with enhanced health and psychology the extra production may make up for that ;+}

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Water Cooler / Re: UK to announce a ban on TV junk food adverts
« on: July 31, 2020, 01:08:30 PM »
Ban the actual junk-food, then ban TV :)

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Water Cooler / Re: New, Good Media
« on: July 31, 2020, 01:03:07 PM »
The BBC Dracula series on Netflix is well-done, i normally find BBC productions a bit dull but this is an exception.

Greyhound is a submariner flick with Tom Hanks as captain of the boat. It was okay but there were better sub films made in the 50s.

If you haven't seen Spaced, it's not new but it's funny, that's also on Netflix at the moment, old British comedy TV series.

It's also well worth searching youtube for short films, there's some amazing 'amateur' work going on, especially with CGI.


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Water Cooler / Re: China's 3 Gorges dam not looking so good.
« on: July 31, 2020, 12:54:06 PM »
Yangtze River Three Gorges Dam: Locals scramble to higher ground as China's dam faces mounting pressure
https://www.9news.com.au/world/yangtze-river-three-gorges-dam-locals-scramble-to-higher-ground-as-chinas-dam-faces-mounting-pressure/dd2a2825-8028-4264-bba6-00ac08866360

So bloody scary. I imagine lots of China's existing infrastructure will be heading this way due to the poor building practices of the past.

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Water Cooler / Re: China's 3 Gorges dam not looking so good.
« on: July 31, 2020, 12:50:21 PM »
Bit of a side skirt but I'd agree with most of that. Though, every once in a while real positive change happens; otherwise we'd still be living in a feudal system.

Yes true, that rant was wine-fuelled i think :/

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