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Posted in: Massive numbers of new COVID infections, not vaccines, are main driver of new coronavirus variants See in context

Relying only on any vaccination is severely flawed. The article fails to acknowledge that every vaccination is not 100% effective and everyone vaccinated must get Covid in order understand if their inoculation worked. During that wait and see period the infected person sheds Covid. The real issue is DON'T GET COVID! Maintain the barrier method of protection at all times. Apply foaming soap to all of your exposed skin, wear eye protection, and wear a N-95 mask with a stretchy neck bandana to keep it in place. Remember, after human vaccinations come animals. This is a long road with only one answer, Stay Safe and Stay Strong...

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Posted in: Japanese martial arts actor, 'Kill Bill' star Sonny Chiba dies at 82 due to COVID See in context

Sad news. Godspeed...

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Posted in: Food delivery service’s payment processing error allows some people to eat for free…for 3 years See in context

The same software will now be used as "proof" of delivery. Works for me...

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Posted in: Vaccinated Americans are getting angry at holdouts See in context

Mob rule under the "Science" of the percentages...

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Posted in: Hong Kong court convicts man in first national security trial See in context

First of many... Godspeed.

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Posted in: Can Facebook's $1 bil gamble help it regain lost cool? See in context

Interesting. Facebook becomes the next MySpace...

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Posted in: From flying boats to secret Soviet weapons to alien visitors – a brief cultural history of UFOs See in context

The best are the one's that flew over Washington, D.C. The 1952 Washington, D.C. UFO incident, also known as the Washington flap, the Washington National Airport Sightings, or the Invasion of Washington, was a series of unidentified flying object reports from July 12 to July 29, 1952, over Washington, D.C.  This led to alot of cover up and some really great sci-fi...

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Posted in: China says it chased U.S. warship out of disputed sea See in context

This overture is so they can continue to strip mine the ocean's fisheries and call everything else a "farce"...

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Posted in: Researchers trial magnetic 'lockjaw' against obesity See in context

What about magnetic handcuffs?...

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Posted in: Should the U.S. Supreme Court have term limits? See in context

Equality has never applied to any branch of the government...

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Posted in: Chris Pratt battles future aliens in small-screen 'Tomorrow War' See in context

It rocks!...

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Posted in: Data possibly doctored on over 80,000 Mitsubishi Electric systems See in context

Again with the fraud?...

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Posted in: One dead, 99 missing after Florida beachfront condo collapses See in context

Being built in 1981 doesn't mean it was started then. Much of Southern Florida had many, many unfinished buildings that fell into bankruptcy at the time of the gas shortage and then were later completed...

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Posted in: Huge changes for internet and Big Tech under U.S. antitrust proposal See in context

It will all go away by lowering their pricing... That's how a free market works.

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Posted in: Want a job? Employers say: Talk to the computer See in context

The issue is why just apply for work just once. This should become a hobby. Applying over and over and over again until until the corporation clearly states why the are not electing to hire her. Especially, after she has shown the strength of wanting the job. Don't give up, quitters never win and remember you are creating a better future with every application...

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Posted in: Extra COVID vaccine may help protect transplant patients See in context

This is very real. These individuals, 10 million of them in the U.S., may need weekly boosters until some form of immunity is realized...

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Posted in: Apple in talks with CATL, BYD over battery supplies for its electric car See in context

What would Apple be without China? They're simply codependent no matter how much harm they do th the world...

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Posted in: Japanese gov't plans to remove around 4,000 km of overhead power lines See in context

What will Godzilla walk through???

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Posted in: S Korean designer creates 'Third Eye' for 'smartphone zombies' See in context

Where's the Police version with flashing lights and siren?...

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Posted in: Why scientists are concerned about leaks at biolabs See in context

Sick scientists were hospitalized, the asymptomatic scientists walked out the front door... Not rocket science.

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Posted in: A third child? No, thanks, say young Chinese See in context

The focus is may be on population. But to the CCP it's time to grow the future military...

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Posted in: Dangerously trending: driverless Tesla videos on social media See in context

When you make things idiot proof, God builds a better idiot...

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Posted in: Cool tech, crazy turns: A reporter's take on driverless cars See in context

The first action of the vehicle took was to create an active environment of road rage. Luckily no one was hurt...

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Posted in: Amazon's Washington critics set to pounce on MGM deal See in context

I buy movies all the time rather than renting them. This is all that Amazon is doing just on the economic scale that is at its level of future needs... By the way, Whole Foods is light years away from any form of a monopoly...

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Posted in: Can people vaccinated against COVID-19 still spread the coronavirus? See in context

Quite a dance around. If the inoculation is effective then until the body's defenses are fully in charge the virus will be shed and the vaccinated can be infectious until the virus is knocked out. Both the level of spread and the time infected are an individual event. Multiple factors come into play, like Covid variant, vaccine effectiveness, health of the individual and the autoimmune response. Bottom line is to mask up and don't get Covid...

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Posted in: Actor John Cena faces backlash in China for calling Taiwan a country See in context

What a wussy...

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Posted in: Ultra-long coreless toilet paper rolls cut waste and reduce carbon footprint See in context

I run with 1 years supply of TP. This was easier to shop the sales, except for now there are none. There are still spot shortages every time some newscaster wants to scare the public. But having reserves goes back to my grand parents and the Great Depression. So I grew up with a pantry full of food and paper products purchased from the weekly sales ads from 3 different grocery stores. Simpler times...

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Posted in: Why has the price of Bitcoin been falling? See in context

This doesn't even come close in scope to the Derivatives market. Any quantum computer can crack Bitcoin like an egg. Money is pulled out and put back in then dividended out over a length of time by the reinvestment strength of other depositors. Digital records reflecting what the coding creates. What is the reporting government agency that has oversight when this all takes place internationally?...

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Posted in: China says U.S. increasing military activity directed at it See in context

How wrong can you be. It's only directed at the regional bully. Our bad...

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Posted in: Man arrested for defrauding his 35 girlfriends See in context

Just how many cell phones do you need to juggle this kind of insanity?...

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