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4 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > ad hominem Yes, but you usually add in some nicker twisted, demented fury! Not to mention unsubstantiated claims of "science" But, the new abbreviation style, is a welcome revision!
Forum: Global Village
5 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The problem is, those promoting lock down > have no science to back it up. Really? What is the "alternative", "science" ? But there is over > 100 yrs of science behind herd immunity. It seems to piss you off !....that you have been denied your entitled "herd immunity"
Forum: Global Village
5 weeks ago
Corpuscles
WhoWeird Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Trump, as POTUS, has the most catastrophic death > toll since the Vietnam War, and the worst economy > since the Great Depression. He inherited a roaring > economy, and it took off. The markets were wary, > but Congress handed him an unprecedented stock > market boom. > > 401K! > >
Forum: Global Village
6 weeks ago
Corpuscles
OCaptain Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >... > > I've often observed in my life that, when someone > is arguing the most loudly and rudely without > evidence, very often they are the ones who are > nearest those lightbulb moments. > > Best, > > Brian #1 Let us hope so! But few does the "lightbulb" work. In A
Forum: Global Village
6 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > The differences are extreme > > > > Sweden is a small population, already extremely > > health conscious, socialist nationalistic state > > with , free to all health care (not well > > equ
Forum: Global Village
6 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > The differences are extreme > > > > Sweden is a small population, already extremely > > health conscious, socialist nationalistic state > > with , free to all health care (not well > > equ
Forum: Global Village
6 weeks ago
Corpuscles
6 weeks ago
Corpuscles
6 weeks ago
Corpuscles
The differences are extreme Sweden is a small population, already extremely health conscious, socialist nationalistic state with , free to all health care (not well equipped). Cautious obedient people. Less subways and crowded ghettos. USA is full of 'know it all' mavericks and no two states (often bigger than entire Sweden) are alike. Audrey, is this bloke related to you? or just had t
Forum: Global Village
6 weeks ago
Corpuscles
adequatedane Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi EL > > Yes, I need supportable evidence provided. > > We have about 3 million deaths annually in the USA > and the underlying cause range from Chronic > respiratory disease (about 160,000) > influenza/pneumonia ( 66,000 ) to heart disease ( > about 647,00 ) and diabetes ( 83,5
Forum: Global Village
6 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Of course there are inaccuracies, lots of them. So > much so that it renders this whole episode a joke. None of the governments, nor their top medical advisors, nor their regional hospital department heads, of nearly 200 countries, untold number of states, shires etc are treating this like a joke. The joke is on
Forum: Global Village
7 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Corpuscles, > > This resolves the issue. A Double Incline > Calculator. If you go here: > > >   > and copy in these numbers, you will see the > Funicular system works. > >  It only seems to stay running for a limited > time. You will need to refresh the http. ad
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpusceles, > > Are Bi-Polar? > > We are not working on sliding Double Incline > Plains, nor are we seeking Equilibrium. Nor are we > working on two platform Funiculars. > Where in the hell do you find materials that slide > over each other with a COF of .08. Let's see, oh &g
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Manu, > > Corpuscles is wrong again. > > He has never even inspected the Calculator. > > In the left hand lower corner, is this statement. > > > > With our examples, we are on the edge of breaking > free and accelerating (be it very slow) upwards. >  When u
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Manu Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > Manu I have considerable respect for the knowledge you bring to this forum. Thankyou However there is an important piece of information you require before going to far down Steve Claytons "rabbit hole" and being further deceived. The online calculator promoted by Steve Clayton is
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >... > > Houdin > envisions something like this: > Hi Lee I am not sure what your point or question is exactly. Please elaborate if I have missed it (misunderstood) However I am sure you are aware the Houdin claims the GG was for sliding counterweights DOWNWARDS "The theory sugg
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Hi Steve I do apologise I ought have not posted in this thread. I had seen and read some but resisted temptation. I appreciate your seeming obsessive hobby is trying to work this stuff out and I have previously realised during extensive interchanges (latest over a year ago) that whilst you encourage and welcome comment you seem to totally dismiss, reject and get annoyed with any criticism.
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
Corpuscles
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > > For all practical purposes it IS IN FACT a > > "physical impossibility", at Khafre's causeway. > > So when Herodotus said they dug a canal to the > pyramid it merely meant he was sun ad
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
Corpuscles
Thanos5150 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hanslune Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Yeah, and where did they demonstrate they had > lock > > and pump technology? > > Not saying they did and pointing out the fact it > is not a "physical impossibility" is not an > endo
Forum: Mysteries
2 months ago
Corpuscles
adequatedane Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi RW > > This number is based off a model with inadequate > data. Dr Fauci talked about this the other day. > The unknown which drives up the death rate is the > total number of people who have the virus. This is > the denominator needed to figure out the death > percentage. > &
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi > I am really disgusted by the foul language and > unwarranted abuse here. Audrey, Dane, my fellow > Brit Muppedo, who supplied an excellent link, and > others have calmly explained their view on the OP. > Today in Britain a newspaper said we all needed to > have torches and candles ready
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
Sure we all know that media and journalism in the modern word is about sensationalism and entertainment and more opinionated due to the advent of social media. There was a time a month ago when perhaps the OP question may have had some validity. It has not aged well. The insinuation was that it is just an exaggerated "storm in a teacup". Still the ultra ignorant try to compare Co
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
Audrey You are capable of researching all of the questions you asked me! Instead you want to share your delusion and ignorance. Get informed first, or, shut the fuck up! QuoteArticle Over the three years studied, total ICU occupancy ranged from 57.4% to 82.1% and the number of beds filled with mechanically ventilated patients ranged from 20.7% to 38.9%. There was no change in occupancy
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > WhoWeird Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > It’s never been about the deaths, Qdane. > I’m > > going to join the list of posters here who you > > ignore when I tell you this. It’s about the > sick > > overwhelming the hospitals to the point
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The idea of "back to work" for most of us after > two weeks of self quarantine is compounding an > initial over-reaction, delaying progress still > further. We need to allow for an indefinite > sustainable isolation by encouraging small face to > face encounters among friends and extended
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
adequatedane Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi All > > So the government is allotting close to a > trillion dollars for a stimulus plan. Why not just > give everyone in the US a few million dollars. It > would only cost us 1 billion. Think of all the > stuff people will buy. Think how quickly the > economy would come springing b
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steven, > > Maybe you and Jim should fight it out with boom a > rangs? > > Ray Vegemite is loaded with vitamins (especially B group). Might have been recommended to him. Tom Hanks (to most Aussie taste) overdid it -too much on toast. However, I am in agreement with Jim as long ago I had a gi
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
Audrey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Bad analogy. I don't see a fire in my kitchen or > in my town or in my county or in my state. So > where is the fricking fire? It was a good analogy. It was directly responding to your inappropriate comparison with the flu. The fire could be (is) burning miles away, or it could be just out of your town
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
Tom Hanks and wife are well and not dead It was reported yesterday that Trump was about to tweet that Tom Hanks dead QuoteSky News President Donald Trump was about to send the “most ill-fated” Tweet of his life announcing actor Tom Hanks’ death from coronavirus before he was stopped by a Queensland Department of Health official. In a world exclusive, the Courier-Mail is reporting the He
Forum: Global Village
2 months ago
Corpuscles
Steve Clayton Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > Look at what the stone pullers are proposing. ... Steve Your hypothesis is an inferior version of Frank Lohnrs except that you replace the "rope roll" with a wider girth rotating pulley or windlass contraption. (that's smart) The deficiency is that he has the weight of the pullers goi
Forum: Mysteries
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