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Posted in: U.S. Space Command tracks Chinese rocket for uncontrolled re-entry from orbit See in context

Another "gift" from the CCP. Could make for a good movie script!

"Rocket Devastates __(enter your choice)".

How about Martha's Vineyard?

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Posted in: Mystery Sydney COVID case spurs return of masks, travel bans See in context

"Nature finds a way."

It's like trying to hold back the tide. The reality is still that well over 95% of the infected will make a full recovery unlike many other pandemics that actually decimated the human population numerous times in the past.

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Posted in: Nissan to sell entire Daimler stake for $1.4 billion See in context

Ghosn's leadership rescued Nissan from certain demise. Nissan's vehicles (except for the GTR, Z) were quite pathetic at best. Then there was a massive transition and some rather good models were produced. Even now, many of the models are still quite good, but in the future I'm not likely to buy another one. For me, it'll be a diesel powered vehicle by one of the European makers most likely.

Selling their share of Daimler is just to shuffle the debt.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 591 new coronavirus cases; 747 in Osaka See in context

The number of cases by age groups is always reported, but NEVER the same type of data for either the "serious" cases or alleged deaths. Wonder why not...

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Posted in: Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of American adults by July 4 See in context

That's a lofty goal! Of course the vaccines are the result of Operation Warp Speed.

Joe's messaging was a bit garbled, though.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/05/old-joe-tells-nation-visit-vaccines-gum-info-covid-vaccines-public-event-today-video/

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Posted in: India's official count of coronavirus cases passes 20 million See in context

Certainly the generally poor hygiene conditions likely add to the calamity.

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Posted in: Man arrested for punching passerby who asked him to wear mask See in context

And still no empirical evidence is referenced.

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Posted in: Man arrested for punching passerby who asked him to wear mask See in context

Oh, and Jimizo, I wouldn't recommend injecting ANYTHING.

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Posted in: Man arrested for punching passerby who asked him to wear mask See in context

Jimizo, the problem with your argument is that the research you've based your position on is primarily centered on indoor-dispersion of aerosol virus. However, indoor propogation is indeed the main avenue for transmission of viruses, whereas outdoor propogation is a very different case.

Remember the "3 C's"?

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Posted in: Man arrested for punching passerby who asked him to wear mask See in context

"Go with consensus..." which dates back to the flat-Earth consensus. Not very convincing argument.

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Posted in: Man arrested for punching passerby who asked him to wear mask See in context

Maybe both of the individuals involved in the situation should have read this attached article :

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jvchamary/2020/06/30/face-mask-outdoors-coronavirus/?sh=6f113a681822

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Posted in: Man arrested for punching passerby who asked him to wear mask See in context

So, what does the actual science (not politicised wokism) say regarding the wearing of masks OUTDOORS? What actual unbiased research has been conducted? I venture that few if any studies that may have been properly conducted would ever become "peer-reviewed" due to the societal pressures.

To actually find such data would require limiting the search to prior to 2019. And what did both the US CDC and WHO say about the ubiquitous wearing of masks back then before the propagandising of the issue? Rather than pithy down votes, how about some actual credible data to possibly sway my opinion?

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Posted in: Man arrested for punching passerby who asked him to wear mask See in context

The "science" doesn't support the wearing of masks whilst outdoors.

Punching someone is considered assault, but verbally assaulting another is rather unwise.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,050 new coronavirus cases; record-high 1,262 in Osaka See in context

Yet, what is the breakdown by age group are those in serious condition? Why is this rather pertinent data never published though the recent positive testees is ALWAYS published? Inquiring minds want to know!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,050 new coronavirus cases; record-high 1,262 in Osaka See in context

Life is fleeting. Go out and live while alive.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,050 new coronavirus cases; record-high 1,262 in Osaka See in context

Sitting here in my tent, alone, enjoying some nice wine, thinking: some number of people apparently tested positive for a virus with a 99.xx % survivability rate. Yet some folks irrationally demand that other folks lock themselves indoors. Hmmm. Nope!

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Posted in: 5 arrested over violent theft of Lady Gaga's dogs See in context

"Jackson, Whaley and the Whites are all documented gang members, according to the LAPD."

Color me surprised that armed robbers would be documented gang members. Lovely people to be sure. Bloods or Crips?

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Posted in: Gov't advisers warn Japan's birth rate falling at more rapid pace this year See in context

Whodathunk? Another inconvenient reality is that the prime child-bearing years are typically squandered in various individual pursuits. Get busy living(and procreating) or get busy dying off as a culture.

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Posted in: New Zealanders face mental health, economic challenges in pandemic recovery See in context

The totalitarian style lockdowns under such leaders are sure to deeply and negatively impact the proletariat. It should be no surprise to any thinking person that the psychological impact will be quite detrimental to very many people, worse than the illness itself. Best wishes to the good people under the tyrannical leadership.

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Posted in: Golden Week travel begins despite pleas from governors to stay home See in context

Spending the time in the Great Outdoors! Away from crowds, with fresh air and sunshine!

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Posted in: Australian man who filmed 4 dead and dying police sent to prison See in context

Pusey will encounter Karma before long.

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Posted in: ANA aims for carbon neutrality by 2050 See in context

Will there even be an ANA by 2050?

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Posted in: Oscar moments: History, glamour ... and what a weird ending See in context

What a massive flop! Couldn't happen to a better bunch of people.

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Posted in: Honda aiming for 100% electric vehicles by 2040 See in context

I'd like to see electric vehicles that are 100% charged by solar power only. Currently, electric vehicles are reliant on the power grid which is largely fossil fueled here in Japan. And let's not forget the sourcing of the requisite rare earth metals for batteries.

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Posted in: Guiliani wins two Razzies for infamous 'Borat' scene See in context

Politics ruins everything, and the entertainment industry is no exception.

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Posted in: Germany pulls virus 'emergency brake' but not all on board See in context

Wow. Imagine that... Germany going authoritatian. Again.

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Posted in: COVID patients with sedentary habits more likely to die: study See in context

So, the bottom line is GET YOUR BUTTS OFF THE SOFA AND GO FOR A LONG WALK, HIKE, OR JOG!

Going outdoors is best because of the fresher air, especially in the cooler months.

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Posted in: In Canada, psychedelics re-emerge in treatment of depression See in context

The shrooms grew wild in the neighborhood wooded area I lived in in Western Washington.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 711 coronavirus cases; Osaka records 1,153 See in context

And still, 99.9% of all cases make recoveries other than those who already have life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, extreme obesity, immune system failure, severe diabetes, serious respiratory diseases, and of course the very elderly with serious health problems health.

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Posted in: Do we need masks outdoors? Experts weigh in See in context

Depends on which "experts" are consulted.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7680614/

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