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Posted in: Japan looks to expand COVID quasi-emergency to Tokyo, 10 other prefectures See in context

It's fair to assume that all statistics are being manipulated to show the vaccine in favourable light but some things can't be hidden for long.

Thanks for providing info.

However if the mindset or assumption from the beginning is manipulated that would put conclusions immediately into questions.

Better to find evidence of manipulation first if you wanna pursue that avenue

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Posted in: Japan looks to expand COVID quasi-emergency to Tokyo, 10 other prefectures See in context

equally that will also tell you something =)

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Posted in: U.S. airlines warn of 'calamity' if 5G deployed near airports See in context

The US 5G version is different than the rest of the world. It's higher power and closer to the bandwidth of radar altimeters. The industry was asked to voluntarily delay deployment to continue working on the issue, but simply refused.

The position of the airline industry is that they have been using this band for 40 years per the FCC and say the telcos need to pony up the money to have the aircraft modified.

Seems the more straightforward solution would be to change US 5g standards to be similar with rest of the world. At present if the devices are activated then it will also interfere with planes from other countries.

Also, the 5g devices can't be used/sold in other countries as well.

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Posted in: Japan looks to expand COVID quasi-emergency to Tokyo, 10 other prefectures See in context

Covid is spreading not because vaccines don't work.

It's spreading now even though vaccines are working.

Vaccines worked well with delta and prior variants, it's not working as well now.

But if you want to check if there's really a difference, compare the mortality rate of infected people that are unvaccinated to the vaccinated.

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Posted in: Japan looks to expand COVID quasi-emergency to Tokyo, 10 other prefectures See in context

It's like installing an alarm system and citing that as the reason your house isn't burglarized.

No need to speculate.

If you really wanna know , check police data on thefts/robberies there maybe info on presence or absence of alarm at burglarized residences.

Same vein, you can find if it's true that far more unvaccinated are getting severe symptoms and dying than unvaccinated by checking pertinent data

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Posted in: U.S. airlines warn of 'calamity' if 5G deployed near airports See in context

The ignorance is strong in this thread.

The airlines are at fault here.

Nothing wrong with 5G, learn to science.

Just curious, why do you say the airlines are at fault?

The airlines have been operatiing all this time, why is it not the fault of those introducing the new service that could potentially knock planes out of the sky?

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Posted in: U.S. airlines warn of 'calamity' if 5G deployed near airports See in context

Anyway with little info I think the answer lies with the radio filters.

Even if telcos agree and comply with additional regulations there still is the matter of the planes flying to airports of other countries.

Which leads to the question of why there seems to be no problems with the planes flying to countries already operating 5g

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Posted in: U.S. airlines warn of 'calamity' if 5G deployed near airports See in context

Seems this problem is unique in the US

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Posted in: A safer gun? 'Smart' pistols headed to U.S. market See in context

Seriously though this will only hamstring the legal and responsible users. For responisble owners current safety features and practices are probably more that enough.

For illegal and irresponsible users, there won't be enough ever.

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Posted in: China's Xi rejects 'Cold War mentality,' pushes cooperation See in context

Imagine a world where two of the biggest global superpowers worked together to improve everyone's lives.

Not gonna happen if even one literally profits from wars

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Posted in: A safer gun? 'Smart' pistols headed to U.S. market See in context

Judge dredd

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 3,719 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 20,991 See in context

Four coronavirus-related deaths were reported nationwide

A few more than the number I've gotten used to

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Posted in: 1,000 women take part in New Year archery event See in context

Just curious why ask about vthe masks.

Do they wear masks in other sports events here? Basketball? Baseball? Rugby?

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Posted in: 1,000 women take part in New Year archery event See in context

Maybe they don't wear masks because it's a samurai art primarily, not ninja =)

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Posted in: Anyone for tennis? Australian Open ready to go after Djokovic saga See in context

But Novak respects the ruling so why do his supporters don't?

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Posted in: Djokovic leaves Australia for Dubai See in context

I know reasonable people who have made the decision to not get vaccinated and so be it.

Plenty of those probably.

But do you know of an antivaxer who got vaccinated?

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Posted in: Djokovic leaves Australia for Dubai See in context

Still, what you said is true.

He's a moral winner to many idiots around the world.

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Posted in: Djokovic leaves Australia for Dubai See in context

You are moral winner for many around the world.

Funny thing to say to someone who tried to cheat his way in =)

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Posted in: Djokovic leaves Australia for Dubai See in context

Novak respected the ruling but of course his supporters, expectedly, do not =)

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Posted in: Djokovic leaves Australia for Dubai See in context

He was shooting for immortay in his sport, it was worth the shot.

But he didn't take it.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Actually, if they let Novak stay, then they could have truly been a laughingstock because a dumb guy would have made afool out of them

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Regardless where you stand on the issue, I guess most can agree that the tyrannical Australian government is an utter joke and laughing stock of the world right now.

Seems unlikely.

If ever there was a chance of that happening Novak himself may have saved them from that predicament coz it's at Novak that people are laughing right now

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Vast majority of people seems to laud the ruling though and happy about it

This is true. A sad indictement on Australia. The majority of the people have been Gaslit by the government and media, and are spiteful towards anyone capable of rational thought who challenges the authoritarian dictatorship.

If vast majority of people are happy about what Australia did that's not an indictment but the opposite.

And Australia welcomes rational people, that's why kicked out novak

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

The whole trial was a pig circus. It was never about public health.

Was a fun circus though, too bad they're sending the clown home

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

It is disgusting, it is shameful and above all, it is so very, very sad.

Vast majority of people seems to laud the ruling though and happy about it

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

I heard the govt would have let him off the hook if he didn't admit to the error in his application.

Admitting to it forced their hand, once it was official there was nothing they could do but enforce the rule.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Novak must be regretting like hell trying to cheat his way in

Can't imagine the extent of what he had lost for not taking a lousy jab.

Supporters could say it was out of principle except it turns out no principles,just a common liar and a cheat who happened to be good at hitting a ball with a racket

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Posted in: Australian Open players tire of Djokovic saga See in context

Of course there will always be like minded fans that will forever worship him so there is that

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Posted in: Australian Open players tire of Djokovic saga See in context

Now he's famous even outside of tennis.

He was probably considered a hero in his home country, what would his countrymen think of him now?

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Posted in: Australian Open players tire of Djokovic saga See in context

He did this to try and cement his legacy but he may have destroyed it instead.

He's already a famous antivaxer, now he's a liar and a cheat too.

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