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    Re: The great Aussie icon - The Holden Brand

    We've had two Nissan Pulsars, successive models by accident not because we wanted them over the years, both failed each time with number 3 cylinder getting water into the pot from the water jacket,...
  2. Thread: Board battery?

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    Re: Board battery?

    Depending on the power drain Super Caps can last a long time.
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    Re: I need a glue expert (no, not that sort)

    You have to be careful with Ados F2 and CA, both of them have solvents which evaporate, the vapours etch or dissolve various substances including some forms of plastic and it's hard to know which...
  4. Thread: Board battery?

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    Re: Board battery?

    Possibly some sort of set-up with an eeprom, electrically erasable programmable read only memory.

    Just a guess, a battery backup is more likely, but if you can't see one then that's all I can...
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    Re: I need a glue expert (no, not that sort)

    I'm fairly sure you can get double sided tape with what is labelled as "very aggressive adhesive".
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    Re: I need a glue expert (no, not that sort)

    Clean the surfaces of the items to be joined, with double-sided sellotape, using isopropyl alcohol on a cotton bud. allow the alcohol to dry before applying sellotape.

    You can make new slidey...
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    Re: The great Aussie icon - The Holden Brand

    My Grandfather back in about 1966 or so in Northern Rhodesia had an Opel, a Capitan I think, then a Vauxhall Cresta which was stolen, then a Vauhall Victor 101 which he brought to NZ with him and I...
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    Re: The great Aussie icon - The Holden Brand

    The Holdens, 73 Belmont I think had a very good reputation in Africa for long distance travel at high speed without breaking down.
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    Re: Old age is a bummer

    Beetle, get them to turn the volume down, with my Mum they always had it too loud because her hearing was quite bad at 94, sometimes Mum's pair would squeal with feedback because the volume was up so...
  10. Re: Windows Firewall Notification will NOT disable

    Right Click on the pop up and follow the prompts through to where it says "do not alert me again about no firewall" or some-such thing, and enable that option.

    This applied to previous version of...
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    Re: Butane gas bottles

    Lurking, also forgot to post that Mum and I did exactly the same thing as you described.

    When we realized the power was down and likely to be out for a few days I went out and bought one of those...
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    Re: Butane gas bottles

    I have written this before, when one is in a war-zone you can tell where the damage has been done by the shell and bomb holes but with earthquakes the damage can be anywhere and everywhere, and it...
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    Re: Politicians in NZ

    Great reminder of the scandals, I remember most of them once they are brought to mind by an informative display like this.

    THANKS
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    Re: Butane gas bottles

    People who have not experienced an earthquake or series of tremors have no accurate idea what it's like and their imagination isn't really any help.
  15. Thread: Beetle

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    Re: Beetle

    Happy Birthday beetle
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    Re: Spider Feast, wow

    Daddy Longlegs: Arachnids, but Not Spiders:

    https://www.thoughtco.com/is-a-daddy-longlegs-a-spider-or-not-1968493
  17. Thread: Corona Virus

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    Re: Corona Virus

    Fairly interesting:

    Coronavirus outbreak raises question: Why are bat viruses so deadly?

    https://news.berkeley.edu/2020/02/10/coronavirus-outbreak-raises-question-why-are-bat-viruses-so-deadly/
  18. Thread: Corona Virus

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    Re: Corona Virus

    Informative Link:

    https://wuflu.live/
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    Re: At last The Planet is Saved!

    Is it April 1st?

    This is supposedly fusion not fission which is the dirty one.
  20. Thread: Corona Virus

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    Re: Corona Virus

    Chinese doctor who sounded Wuhan virus alarm is critically ill, hospital says, after state media reported he had died:
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    Re: For your Enlightment.

    https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/02/arctic-thawing-ground-releasing-shocking-amount-dangerous-gases/
  22. Thread: Corona Virus

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    Re: Corona Virus

    Double posted
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    Re: Corona Virus

    Tencent may have accidentally leaked real data on Wuhan virus deaths:

    https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3871594

    1101 suspicions in his first post may be correct.
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    Re: For your Enlightment.

    You didn't bother to read the article, it mentions: 228 sextillion Joules

    Here's a similar article from another source:
    ...
  25. Thread: Corona Virus

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    Re: Corona Virus

    Xi has not been seen in public for 6 days:

    https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3870739
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