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@Clieve - sure , I will by your crystal but only if it is very expensive ;-). BTW - are there any more of those paradise entry tickets the Church was selling ages ago - I may be interested in one of them too .
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On the other hand, the weekly lotteries which are listed above, Kerala State runs several seasonal ‘bumper’ lotteries too The gods own country is also the country of festivals. That is why the government gives more importance to the festive seasons.
As the MSM reports flow along the internet paths it will be very interesting to see exactly which techs are used in the aftermath and to what purpose.
Reports of specific drone flights over cities may surprise some but we already know that USA LEOs fly DirtBox flights many times a day over a great number of cities harvesting smartphone data. Most of those flights are on small "private planes" that crisscross the city and harvest pretty much every phone in their flight paths.
re: Social Media, Big Internet Bros and Section 230 (USA)
All the big internet companies are that: companies. They are not part of the "public sphere" and "free speech" does not exist there. Tolerated speech exists as does moderated and non-moderated speech.
Free Speech is standing on the steps of the Supreme Court shouting your preference. Free speech doesn't exist outside of that. We have our assumption of free speech on the internet but that's all it is: a belief.
Section 230 was designed to get Big Internet Bros off the hook for hosting,...
Re Greta-19 death rate: The recovered are just estimates based on total cases, death and the known active (hospitalized) cases, even in Germany (the world champs in counting).
To see the overload (or not) of the health system, why not simply calculate death rate (%) = death/total*100 ? (worldometer: Always use “Yesterday”)
Take care what to compare! Extremely big and extremely small numbers should be ignored. If a country / region is below 2.000 cases/1M pop the pandemic wasn’t yet there. E.g.: Spain: 6.124 cases/Mpop == 9,5 %...
This now-famous provision of a U.S. federal law has, for good or for ill, made possible the enormous growth and power of "social media" countries, as well as many other internet activities (including the comments section of Bruce's blog).
Essentially, § 230 protects people and businesses from certain kinds of liability when they transmit content from others (like this comment!) via the public internet.
This enables operations like social media sites, in which virtually all content comes from participants; and it allows...
A couple of thoughts on the origin of SARS-CoV-2 (discussed in a few comments above):
1. I agree with Clive, that it might never be possible to trace the virus back to its starting point. It's very interesting, however, to see how increasingly sophisticated genetic analysis has expanded the scope of such detective work.
2. Although scientists are very confident that the virus came from bats, it is not (so far as I have learned) necessarily living in bats: it's possible that the pandemic virus is a mutation (possibly very slight) of a bat coronavirus which by bad...
Thanks. If they were previously selling a dietary supplement, I'll bet they laughed all the way to the bank. "Scammers through and through" probably, but even some criminals have a sense of humour. As I said, their "catalyser" website was traditional British satire.
Except for the price, I would have bought one of their anti-5G devices, just for the fun of it. Then I noticed that they were all "on back order". Ha, the joke was on me.
@That Guy: The first death from Covid19 in New Zealand had been initially diagnosed as flu at a small country hospital, and tested for Covid after not responding to flu treatment, but by then too late.
Early on NZ was in the same situation as many countries with not enough testing materials or labs geared up to do it, so only the highly probable cases were tested, and only at clinics higher up the medical pecking order. Now they have the luxury of random testing of susceptible populations, and GPs are inviting any little sniffle to be tested.
all the numbers from all over the US and other countries is just garbage. Any analysis based on the numbers is useless.
It's a cat and mouse game. It also depends on how OCD you are about tracking and documenting the numbers. It's one thing to look at them daily, another to copy down and keep them in a file for future reference. It's also about how much you can correlate between the presented numbers and "common sense".
The other factor is scope. If you live in an area with thousands of cases/deaths the scope is really beyond...
I don't trust the NZ numbers at all. I know of someone that early on that had all the sings of the infection, Normally a very active and health person, was completely out of it for 3+ weeks. Contacted the health service. He even had contact with one of the of the early cases in NZ. They didn't test, told him to just go home and treat it like a bad cold/flu.
For that matter I don't trust most of the the numbers. Having an EMS person in the family they have noted that since March in their service area there have not been any of the deaths for stroke, cardiod issues, flu,...
“The curious case of the SF doctor who’s been coronavirus-positive nearly 90 days and counting ..
“I belong to the very small club of persistent positives,” said Kivlahan, who is executive medical director for all primary care at UC San Francisco. She has seen some 60 UCSF colleagues come down with the coronavirus, almost all going through a miserable few...
@lurker: "The security of civilization depends on a healthy active population. A pandemic that threatens that health is a security problem."
And a governmental response to a pandemic that limits activity is likewise a security problem!
The governmental response so far has been highly destructive to the global economy. This is not by accident. The purpose here is to destroy the "old" economy so that a "new" economy can be introduced. This new economy is envisioned to be a single unified global economy under a single point of control. Those who desire such a system say...
The scam you describe is one that the UK government appear to keep finding with both their PPE (from Turkey) and anti-body tests (from China).
However you and one or two others may remember the discussion over a side effect of "Vampire antiaging" transfusion. The "good stuff" as it were is actually in the serum, where all the antibodies for disease are found.
Well there are a number of places near Silicon Valley which do these transfusions for certain well paid or well invested persons...
First, I think we can agree that ALL of the available statistics have large percentage uncertainties, and there are big differences in criteria and methods between different places.
I'm sure this isn't special to the present pandemic: public health statistics are generally prone to this kind of fuzziness, which is one reason I have thought armchair epidemiology a foolish pursuit: the actual professionals are experienced in (a) interpreting highly uncertain data, and (b) the patterns according to which such data have evolved in previous epidemics from their...
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You want a "power meter" rather than a "voltmeter".
Electronics engineers go quite a long way out of their way to try and ensure that the voltage on power supplies remains constant to very small fractions of a volt irrespective of the power being consumed.
You can buy "digital power meters" relatively cheaply from a large number of places. Some are to be connected between the AC wall socket and the device mains lead,...
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Branes are a special kind of manifold. The term is not interchangeable with the term “manifold”.
Also, embeddedness is not part of the definition of manifold. In fact the notion of manifold encompasses the intrinsic global properties of certain kinds of topological and geometrical objects. Whether a manifold can be embedded in e.g. a Euclidian space of some dimension and the dimension required are the subject of famous theorems, e.g. for the smooth and metric cases, of H. Whitney and J. Nash.
@JonKnowsNothing, Your instructions are great fun. I love your sense of humor. I wonder if some white hat hacker could create a way to hi-jack the crypto=currency mining and give it to the computer owner?
One thing that could be done for phones and tablets is to put them in a plastic bag, wrap that tightly in aluminum foil and cover that with another plastic bag. (or if you want to be really sure, multiple layers of plastic and seamless foil) That effectively puts it into a faraday cage that prevents wifi signals from reaching it. (however, even though it is still rare, I...
@Chris It isn't clear what you're asking. Are you implying that the processor designers are somehow building in bad things?
If you're worried about that, I'd worry far more about ARM than anything else. The Intel/AMD processors are proprietary and manufactured (mostly) in vertical supply chains.
ARM, on the other hand, is a software license. The finished product processor is customized as the licensee desires. This includes adding whatever they want, wherever they want, however they want. On top of which, much of the manufacturing is performed in 3rd...
“Nice. You haven't been robbed or pickpocketed or arrested, your identity hasn't been stolen, the damn thing wasn't confiscated on a child pornography warrant, you don't have any illicit mp3s of copyrighted songs. Welcome to the club.”
COVID19, Tuberculosis, Mystery Death, Sewer Sweep, and soon to be dead Sheep.
In Australia the cruise ship Ruby Princess was the source of a major outbreak there (about 10% of cases). There is an on going investigation about why the boat was allowed to dock in Sydney on 19 March, 2020 and why people were let off the boat. Lots of finger pointing.
The same problem has reoccurred several more times, where boats were allowed to dock and off load crew or travelers infected with COVID19. One of the...
User ID seems unlikely. Even if cookies can't be used - the easiest way - it is simple to use the same methods as AmIUnique.org to fingerprint a user. The security bit seems more likely - but of course, the legality is in question.
Does Peter have the wrong accent? Sure, the Guardian is so much more reliable - just ask Julian Assange and all the whistle blowers they've stabbed in the back. Since the BBC went to hell soon after Little Bush started the Iraq war, I no longer trust any UK media, but some people who haven't gone completely down the viral rabbit hole, might find some interesting information in those heretical links of Peter's. Hilarious how science - and the lack thereof - means nothing anymore in virus-land - it's all left right politics... and control.
Can I interest you in my "Anti-terror embedded crystal"?
You carry it in your pocket and if it feels warm then there is a terrorist near you. It uses an ultra modern form of bio-feedback mechanisum configured to focus on a special crystaline mass with latent energy de-dispersive thus prolonged retentive properties. The more you use it the more sensitive it becomes thus significantly increasing it's effective range giving you an increased sphear of warning.
The nice thing about conspiracy theories is that there are so many of them to choose from.
Just like "cookies" and like cookies,
With a few simple ingredients you can bake your own.
The thing people tend to forget, is one of the first rules of being a confidence trickster or financial market operator is "There is profit in confusion" or "The more confusion there is the easier it is to make profit".
Thus if you want to make profit, logically you first have to make confusion. Conspiracy Theories are just a way of...
In a strange way this provides a piece of mind to those gullible enough to believe 5G requires a protection from so for ~$500 it might still be cheaper than a couple of sessions with a psychiatrist 😀. Plus you might be able to use it as a normal USB as well - so good on those who came up with the scheme
When I first read about branes the joke did not occur to me. It was only later when someone asked me what I was reading and I said it out aloud that I realised from the look on their face...
Of all the "physics jokes" it must be one of the more obvious (the "Why did the cat slide of off the roof?" being one of the worst). But heck put enough intelligent people in a room for long enough and word jokes and practical jokes will arise to relieve the boredom, as will secret codes. @Wael and myself have swapped a...
Hoping Trevor Bedford and his team (https://nextstrain.org/ncov/global) can get this genomic data and see if it fits, and if it makes sense.
Here, there are arguments that it did not really start in Wuhan. Wuhan may have been the catalyst (large groups, no distancing), and that it really started in September 2019, possibly in Shanghai. Read the concurring and dissenting comments....
Sounds a bit like [barcodekiller.de] [unfortunately german-only]: A site that sells extremely expensive pens that alloe to draw connecting lines that hinder the lines from barcodes from vibrating and thought-controlling you: "You will have seen: The more you have to do with barcodes the more money you will have spent." I don't doubt they will send you a pen if you are willing to pay for it. But since they claim that the pens not only deactivates barcodes, but also the NCC1701 I guess the site is satirical, as...
“As New Zealand Eliminates COVID, Epidemiologist Says “We Look at Trump’s Behavior & We’re Horrified””
Possible correction: "As New Zealand Eliminates Active Cases of COVID..."
Dr Chris Smith, clinical virologist from Oxford discussed the lurking or hidden reservoir of virus that causes a second wave. Dr. Smith has had a regular Saturday morning slot on NZ National Radio during the pandemic, you'll be abe to find it from the link in my other post.
@Clive: And of course, "membrane" is just the prosaic word for the mathematical concept of a manifold -- a continuous and differentiable subspace of the hyperspace in which it is contained. In 3D such a manifold looks like a membrane.
@Clive: That's "P-brane", as in "membrane" from which we got "M- brane" before we got "P-brane"; the pun of the latter being "pea-brain".
@Chris: Just don't use phones at all, or any other electronic means of cumminication. The only hope for real security is to use strong cryptography send steganegraphically, and prefferably split at least 3 ways and posted by 3 different uncorrelatable sources. Or better yet use spread spectrum RF communications with micro-meteorite ionosphere reflection/scattering so the direction of LPD waveforms is undeterminable.
Ok guys thanks for an intresting evening i have been looking littlebit about phones especially after this new covid19 tracking thing that can or is being or might be or is allready in use depending on what country or operator you are under. so also related to legislation obviously
Gadaa ihate to say go to this or that URL because there could and most likely is a gazillion better ones and i might be connected to via a secondary affiliation to that site, and maybe that site is wrong on something, which would put my name on the line...
I would hazard that one big difference between "IR measurement of potential fever is easily gamed" and "XYZ measurement of terrorist activity is easily gamed" is that the latter involves human antagonists as the primary threat model. They can directly study the countermeasures and then work to bypass them.
But in the case of COVID the antagonist is a virus. Given enough time a virus can also work to learn from countermeasures, but neither as directly nor as efficiently as a human terrorist.
Using thermal imaging to detect fever in a crowd will be imperfect....
this is a very wierd virus, probably the wierdest infection we've seen, ever... more than half of patients catching this having no symptoms whatsoever... such a broad range [of symptoms] we just don't understand why that is...
The first two quotes were told by colleagues to consultant clinical virologist Dr Chris Smith, the last is his own admission. He also links <Care Homes - dementia - APOE lipid control genes - Covid19 susceptibility>. Note that APOE is also significant in coronary diseases suffered by many Care Home patients. A Thermal Camera can't see...
In a break from tradition, I offer a comment on-topic to Bruce's squid post.
Very Faithful Readers of my comments (God bless you, if you exist) may recall that I gave a direct-observation snapshot of economic activity as visible from my neighborhood.
The local foundry (or Satanic mill, as homage to Blake) resumed its activities roughly 3 weeks ago. I still don't know whether the shutdown was connected with the pandemic, or had some other cause such as plant maintenance. It's...
I remember in the 90s when I got my first cell phone they were selling these small metallic stickers on TV that were supposed to protect you from the EM radiation coming from your phone. My parents got me some, they really looked silly to me, but I put them on my phone until they fell off. Totally snake oil.
Bruce initial request was published in 2017, now in 2020 the comments on any blog or forum are mirroring the large society split, almost doesn't matter from which country are the posters coming. Primarily the top runners of politics are rude and the posters partisan comments just reacting on the behavior of those boon fellows.
But the quick and easy solution is "If you don't use the Internet for any financial transactions, nor does anyone else then fraud can not happen".
So just to be clear, are you suggesting that in the 1980s and earlier prior to any human beings using the Internet for financial transactions, that fraud did not exist?
I will grant that fraud may be easier to perform on the Internet, virtually everything is easier to perform on the internet. Fraud is easier to perform while either the attacker and/or the victim are breathing...