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41  Other / Off-topic / Re: Coronavirus Deaths so far on: March 09, 2020, 12:38:25 PM
Long term, we'll get a vaccine for it, and also people will develop an immunity to it.

I hope that isn't true. If they start messing with their fake vaccines, then we won't develop a herd immunity, and we can expect to see a new variety appear next winter.
42  Other / Off-topic / Re: Coronavirus Deaths so far on: March 09, 2020, 10:26:41 AM
It would be a lot more helpful if they provided a bit more info about the circumstances in the deaths, rather than just publishing totals. I gather that 80% of the detected cases suffer no significant problems, and it will probably be a much higher percentage, as many people will not realise that they have been exposed to the virus. Another 15% will suffer inconvenience, but no long term term problems. It is the last 5% that we should be looking at in detail. Many of them have not died from the virus, but from secondary issues, and they may heve been infected with other disease as a result of hospitalisation. Another cause of death is inappropriate medical attention, such as vaccination which introduces additional disease in the body whilst the immune system is trying to cope with the virus. Fever reduction leading to a drop in body temperature. Heat kills the virus, and this is why people develop fevers - we should be drinking hot water to increase the temperature of the body, and not reducing it. Every one degree increase in temperature double the effectiveness of the immune system. Don't try to block diarrhoea or nasal fluids - these are natural ways for the body to get rid of dead and diseased cells. Statins, antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals that destroy the immune system should also be avoided.

I'm shocked that the British NHS is advising patients to waste taxpayers money by taking destructive chemicals, rather than providing good facrual advice to help us to build a herd immunity. Many of the prepping sites are also advising people to stock up on pharmaceuticals, when in reality they should be chucking them in the bin.
43  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: negative trust on: March 08, 2020, 01:38:38 PM
I believe that giving a retaliatory negative in response to one you receive just doubles the effect of the one given to you. Think very carefully before you do it, and as been mentioned, contact the accuser first.
44  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Italy quarantines 16 million people due to Coronavirus on: March 08, 2020, 12:30:51 PM
Well it blows out the EU's insane open borders policy anyway.
45  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What age would you recommend the forum to ? on: March 06, 2020, 11:04:31 AM
Everyone is talking about kids, but the ones who could benefit most at the moment are the pensioners over 70. They are the ones who are being ripped off by fiat pension frauds,
46  Other / Politics & Society / Re: I was asked to use a hand sanitiser this morning. on: March 05, 2020, 06:04:24 PM

They should rather change the lights to UV and turn off AC because we know bacteria love AC filters and pipes.

The CV virus is not an aerosol, but it spreads via droplets, and they fall to the tables within a few feet if people cough in public. That is why it is stupid to see people wearing face masks, and not wearing gloves.
47  Other / Politics & Society / Re: I was asked to use a hand sanitiser this morning. on: March 05, 2020, 03:54:01 PM
People should observe sensible hygiene and sanitation procedures, and that is nothing to do with the virus. Lack of sanitation caused many of the plagues in the past, and that is why I am shocked that the US allows people to defecate in the main streets of San Francisco.

It also annoys me to see restaurant staff using the 'loos, and leaving afterwards without washing their hands. That can cause a lot of other health problems as well as the propagation of CV.
48  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The US, Corona Virus, and 5G on: March 05, 2020, 12:45:20 PM
It would matter if there were only 5 people in the military, my point was that 70% would fail an entrance exam because of health issues. This comment is based on a number of reports, some from government sources. Obviously it only applies to potential applicants, so kids and the elderly would not be included.

A simple observation of obesity would show that a large section of the population would be excluded, and then you have the obvious drug addicts and alcoholics. Add in the mentally unstable, and you must be over 50% already. At this point we haven't even started to look at the vaxxine damaged population, and those with respiratory problems.
49  Other / Politics & Society / Re: I was asked to use a hand sanitiser this morning. on: March 04, 2020, 06:57:18 AM
^^^ But the REAL question is, How long do you continue to spread the virus after you die from drinking too much alcohol?


Only if you continue coffin. Smiley

The silly part about this sanitisation is that they don't use a sanitising spray on the serving counter. They spray the tables in between customer use, but not the counter that everybody leans on to pay.
50  Other / Off-topic / Re: Has anyone used Bold Beast mobile phone recording? on: March 03, 2020, 04:23:05 PM
I could only find a way to record one side of the conversation. I think it was the incoming part.

The advantage of the Bold Beast seems to be that you don't have to give it root access.
51  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Having secondary/multiple accounts purpose is..? on: March 03, 2020, 01:10:31 PM
Name reservation: i think it would be perfectly fine to reserve your name (your real name or business name), even if you don't use the account... Just to avoid scammers to use your name to scam others

That is why I registered Kuffy, but then I sediced that I might as well use it. It gives me a second signature for use with one of my pricate sites.
52  Other / Off-topic / Has anyone used Bold Beast mobile phone recording? on: March 03, 2020, 09:00:08 AM
I need to record some of my telephone conversations for legal reasons. I have a Huawei smartphone, which is an Android based device. I have an assortment of recording devices, but the simplest option seems to be the use of an app called Bold Beast. This does not require root access, and seems to use the bluetooth connection in some way. I'm very cautious about installing apps, and this is why I would like some comments, and/or advice about this app.

The android page for this program is here -

Please note - I have no knowledge of this product, and have discovered it via Google and YouTube, but it appears to be reputable as far as I can see.
53  Other / Politics & Society / Re: I was asked to use a hand sanitiser this morning. on: March 02, 2020, 10:09:42 AM
The cafe has a local council rating of 5 - which is the highest rating.

The food is basic, and a bit expensive, but it saves cooking if I'm not in the mood. It has an associated picnic area, so most of their business comes from tourists, as well as travelling business people.
54  Other / Meta / Re: Please save us Theymos on: March 02, 2020, 08:48:08 AM
Ah! The secret powers that some Internet users possess.

In fact, I am sometimes exposed in the summer when I park by a Naturist beach, and I don't need saving as I enjoy it. It's just as well that posts don't include video links to the poster. Smiley
55  Other / Politics & Society / I was asked to use a hand sanitiser this morning. on: March 02, 2020, 08:09:06 AM
I've been visiting Somerset in the van for a few days, and last night I stayed in a picnic area and truck stop. This morning I went into the cafe for an early morning coffee, and I was offered a bottle of hand sanitiser, and asked to use some. This is obviously as a result of the Coron Virus appearing in the UK. I had no problem with complying, but I'm not sure how useful it is. Far more of a problem could be the communal use of the 'loos in my opinion.
56  Other / Politics & Society / The US, Corona Virus, and 5G on: March 01, 2020, 06:06:45 PM
World affairs are really interesting at the moment.

One thing that has come out of the news about the Corona Virus is that the bulk of the pharmaceuticals used in the US are manufactured in China, or use Chinese components. This leaves the US population vulnerable to long term damage to their health. This may have already happened, as I understand that over 70% of the US population is unsuitable for military service due to health problems. This seems to be tolerated, and even encouraged. On the other hand the possible use of 5G equipment manufactured in China has created massive disruption to trade. This is despite the fact that Chinese microprocessors are being used in advanced military equipment such as fighter jets.
57  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is bitcoin a failed experiment? on: February 27, 2020, 08:41:03 AM
Well if you consider Bitcoin as an experiment, then definitely it can fail.

I don't believe it is an experiment. I think it was created by the central banks to prepare the world population for a new form of currency, and it was created with restrictions that prevent it from ever becoming the dominant world currency. It has been successful both as a development platform, and as the only virtual currency with "real value" rather than a new form of centralised fiat currency. Because of this, it is a real store of value in these uncertain times.
58  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is bitcoin a failed experiment? on: February 27, 2020, 08:03:11 AM
Well this is the first post that I've seen blaming the Corona virus for a drop in the price of Bitcoin. Smiley The virus has been around since the 1960s, and it must be amazing that Bitcoin ever managed to get started in that case. The banking elite never let a good crisis go to waste, so they are probably using the current manufactured pandemic to accumulate Bitcoin. They have done it with gold and silver for years, but if they can demonstrate that the price of Bitcoin is unreliable, it will help them to issue their crypto replacement for the failed fiat system.

A good pandemic will convince people that a global financial reset if needed, but most Bitcoin Talk members can see through this ploy. If you aren't a member of Bitcoin Talk, you will just have to keep taking the pills. Smiley
59  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: on: February 26, 2020, 04:43:51 PM
Wow - I've just read this article, and I feel sorry for you.

You may have already blown your chances by posting your interest here. One obvious solution is to move to another country, but that is a bit extreme. I guess you could write to the government and request clarification, but that just draws attention to yourself.

Please stay here as a member, and keep us informed of developments in your country. Eventually Bitcoin will be acceptable there, but it may take a while for it to happen.
60  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why do people compare betting and investing in bitcoin (in terms of risk)? on: February 26, 2020, 04:01:18 PM
It's the outside influences that create the gambling aspect. Let us consider dog racing. You may be a great statistician, and extremely knowledgeable about the form of the dogs, but all that can go out of the window with a simple act. If the dog handler squeezes the reproductive tackle of the dog as it is placed in the trap, then it starts cross legged, and it may recover quickly, but it probably won't be in time to win the race. Unfortunately Bitcoin is also susceptible to the squeezing of various parts, and, unless you are in the know, it is hard to predict this.
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