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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by shaolin5, Jan 20, 2020.
Make an example of people like this
dont worry she apologized so it’s fine
Odds of a school shooting in VA just went up, even if not by that particular Karen.
“I’m sorry” is an affirmative defense when it comes to terroristic threats
Wish the CDC had considered this
Always bet on black.
Expel her kids, she’s a danger to all of the other children and unfortunately she has almost assuredly raised her children to be like her. Maybe CPS needs to step in.
I'm curious as to how else she could have intended "I'm coming to school with loaded guns" to be perceived
Well if she apologized to law enforcement, that makes it all okay then.
I won’t say “locked down” but end of March 2020/start of April 2020 was glorious when people were all working at home. Traffic was at a minimum and I swear the air was cleaner as a result.
5,110 tests here on campus last week and 1,315 positives. Thankfully not among that 25%
CBD for seizures - so what was the dose? this doesntt sound like recreationally acquirable CBD
basically the story with any medicinal use of cannabis unless you're rich or growing it
but looking into it, 1500 mgs of Epidiolex quickly skimming that study. Tinctures are more expensive than capsules, just a quick 30 second search seeing a 1000mg tincture for $110, vs 1000mgs spread out through 60 capsules for $50. So your hunch is correct
also, potency/purity of Epidiolex may be much higher.
Honkey strats work, my man
Got an email that USPS is going to deliver our tests on Monday.
USPS just emailed me my tests will be here Monday
Mine came today
Have no fear, ‘tis but a mild variant!
i usually don't post whole tweet threads but this one is necessary. really recommend people read all of it because this same spiral has happened to tmb posters.
Berenson does have too many teeth. And functioning cardiomyocytes. He’s directly responsible for thousands of deaths.
....powecoms are actually pretty great, bryan. Also half the label is in english
Also itd be really funny if pelosi sent n95s to dems and (really good) kn95s to Rs to bait them into posting racist shit
Probably didnt happen that way though
That’s not an N-95 Bryan
Turn the card over, dipshit.
I DONT KNOW HOW TO PUT THIS ON MY FACE!
The far left, demanding masks, are the ame as these people making wild violent threats
Also, side shown is in English. Also also, they aren’t instructions, so his joke fails on multiple levels.
We're traveling in a few weeks and need a few good masks. Any recommendations for effectiveness/availability/cost? Thanks in advance everyone.
You can get 3M N95 Auras at places like Home Depot, Walmart, etc.
Pretty tough to find 3M N95s anywhere else (outside of Amazon).
I don’t trust buying from Amazon
Nope. I know there are companies that have an official presence on Amazon, but I'm still leary.
I've purchased the BOTN KF94 masks on Amazon a few times and haven't had any issues. The have an official store on Amazon now.
Interesting read re: the 5 micron threshold that got accepted over the years by scientists.
"What must have happened, she thought, was that after Wells died, scientists inside the CDC conflated his observations. They plucked the size of the particle that transmits tuberculosis out of context, making 5 microns stand in for a general definition of airborne spread. Wells’ 100-micron threshold got left behind. “You can see that the idea of what is respirable, what stays airborne, and what is infectious are all being flattened into this 5-micron phenomenon,” Randall says. Over time, through blind repetition, the error sank deeper into the medical canon. The CDC did not respond to multiple requests for comment."
When she returned to Wells’ book a few days later, she noticed he too had written about those industrial hygiene studies. They had inspired Wells to investigate what role particle size played in the likelihood of natural respiratory infections. He designed a study using tuberculosis-causing bacteria. The bug was hardy and could be aerosolized, and if it landed in the lungs, it grew into a small lesion. He exposed rabbits to similar doses of the bacteria, pumped into their chambers either as a fine (smaller than 5 microns) or coarse (bigger than 5 microns) mist. The animals that got the fine treatment fell ill, and upon autopsy it was clear their lungs bulged with lesions. The bunnies that received the coarse blast appeared no worse for the wear.
For days, Randall worked like this—going back and forth between Wells and Langmuir, moving forward and backward in time. As she got into Langmuir’s later writings, she observed a shift in his tone. In articles he wrote up until the 1980s, toward the end of his career, he admitted he had been wrong about airborne infection. It was possible.
A big part of what changed Langmuir’s mind was one of Wells’ final studies. Working at a VA hospital in Baltimore, Wells and his collaborators had pumped exhaust air from a tuberculosis ward into the cages of about 150 guinea pigs on the building’s top floor. Month after month, a few guinea pigs came down with tuberculosis. Still, public health authorities were skeptical. They complained that the experiment lacked controls. So Wells’ team added another 150 animals, but this time they included UV lights to kill any germs in the air. Those guinea pigs stayed healthy. That was it, the first incontrovertible evidence that a human disease—tuberculosis—could be airborne, and not even the public health big hats could ignore it.
The groundbreaking results were published in 1962. Wells died in September of the following year. A month later, Langmuir mentioned the late engineer in a speech to public health workers. It was Wells, he said, that they had to thank for illuminating their inadequate response to a growing epidemic of tuberculosis. He emphasized that the problematic particles—the ones they had to worry about—were smaller than 5 microns.
Inside Randall’s head, something snapped into place. She shot forward in time, to that first tuberculosis guidance document where she had started her investigation. She had learned from it that tuberculosis is a curious critter; it can only invade a subset of human cells in the deepest reaches of the lungs. Most bugs are more promiscuous. They can embed in particles of any size and infect cells all along the respiratory tract.
What must have happened, she thought, was that after Wells died, scientists inside the CDC conflated his observations. They plucked the size of the particle that transmits tuberculosis out of context, making 5 microns stand in for a general definition of airborne spread. Wells’ 100-micron threshold got left behind. “You can see that the idea of what is respirable, what stays airborne, and what is infectious are all being flattened into this 5-micron phenomenon,” Randall says. Over time, through blind repetition, the error sank deeper into the medical canon. The CDC did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
Wife's cousin-in-law got approved for this
First I've seen of this. Tool to find paxlovid, molnupiravir, or evusheld.
Tracking the positivity rate on 1point3acres seems to have completely fallen off a cliff nationally the last handful of days. From mid 20% to like 7% seemingly overnight. Hopefully that’s an incredibly good sign and not due to some data lag.
Everyone is taking at-home tests nowadays. The data is mostly useless outside of hospitalizations and deaths.