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  1. Re: Wall clocks - that plugs to the wall instead?

    Here is my clock, my parents got it in 1964 when I was 15 years old, it's been running ever since, uses a 'C' size battery which has to be changed about every 2 or 3 years,
    It is not a quartz...
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    Re: Tesla battery fire

    Plenty more petrol vehicles on the roads though and petrol fires can be put out.

    The fire problem in electric vehicles will get worse as the battery packs age and the individual cells lose...
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    Re: Tesla battery fire

    After psycik's comment I decided to look more deeply into car fires and guess what, Wikipedia has an entry for "Plug-in electric vehicle fire incidents":
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    Re: Tesla battery fire

    Fire is finally under control after three days:

    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2021/aug/02/tesla-big-battery-fire-in-victoria-burns-into-day-three
  5. Re: The 60-Year-Old Scientific Screwup That Helped Covid Kill

    COVID in Israel: Serious Cases Rise as Third Jab Campaign Gathers Steam:

    https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/covid-in-israel-serious-cases-rise-as-third-jab-campaign-gathers-steam-1.10065710
  6. Re: The 60-Year-Old Scientific Screwup That Helped Covid Kill

    Having read that link BM it's not surprising little work on UV and Covid has been done. it looks far too dangerous to have humans exposed to it for any length of time which is what would be required...
  7. Re: The 60-Year-Old Scientific Screwup That Helped Covid Kill

    Here's more info on the Delta Variant:

    Delta variant is one of the most infectious respiratory diseases known, CDC director says -
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  8. The 60-Year-Old Scientific Screwup That Helped Covid Kill

    This is worth reading and shows that advice from WHO is likely to be suspect at least some of the time (as if we didn't already know that):
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    Re: Tesla battery fire

    psycik, you didn't read the article, it's not about cars, although Tesla is involved.
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    Re: At Least We're in the Right Country

    As I posted at the beginning of this thread -

    New Zealand rated best place to survive global societal collapse:
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    Tesla battery fire

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-07-30/tesla-battery-fire-moorabool-geelong/100337488
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    Re: What the hell ......

    Even if you are fully vaccinated, both shots and more up to date, you can still catch Covid and act as a spreader, you just don't get as sick and probably won't die, you still have to isolate because...
  13. Re: help needed ( files deleting , and no passowrd )

    Before you do anything more, backup your files to a separate HDD/SSD/USB.
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    Planning for a New Future

    https://www.bbc.com/reel/video/p08hppxt/how-the-dutch-are-reshaping-their-post-pandemic-utopia
  15. Re: No USB working .... originally posted 26/03/2021

    Although the usb ports seem to be not working, can you plug in a keyboard or mouse and see if they are operational?

    I came across this program and wondered if perhaps someone had used it on the...
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    Re: Where Will It all End?

    Almost as soon as it began:

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-health-bosses-give-unreserved-apology-offending-vaccine-leaflet-to-be-destroyed/D27PYIVWW2VTK52ZGLLPYJBEAY/
  17. Thread: Pale Blue Dot

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    Pale Blue Dot

    In case we've all forgotten or never knew, here's a reminder:

    "Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of,...
  18. Re: No USB working .... originally posted 26/03/2021

    Plug a usb battery pack into one of the usb ports and see if it charges, or use a usb powered flashlight or a speaker set and see if they work, this will test that there is power on the usd port, ie...
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    Re: How to remove wiper rubber refill?

    You see those rectangular shaped buttons within the rectangular space outlined by plastic surrounds, squeeze the buttons and at the same time pull the grooved handles on either side, should pull out...
  20. written to avoid computers that use Russian

    "Krebs noted that in some cases, the mere installation of a Russian language virtual keyboard on a computer running Microsoft Windows will cause malware to bypass that machine."
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    Re: Breach of Rights

    I find most nurses are condescending no matter where one encounters them.

    Veterinarians the same.
  22. Thread: The Covid Jab

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    Re: The Covid Jab

    https://nz.news.yahoo.com/boy-13-dies-in-sleep-days-after-pfizer-vaccine-022720563.html

    He looks a little overweight to me but not grossly.
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    Re: At Least We're in the Right Country

    You don't seem to be getting what I am saying, if the rich people of the world are choosing NZ as their place of refuge over other possibilities round the world, during the coming storm then we are...
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    Re: Zoom Pharmacy is awesome - and free

    Went into Chemist Wholesale yesterday to get four items on my prescription. Stood there for about ten minutes whilst a staff member at the in desk talked on the phone with whoever about some...
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    Re: SNOW, TRAFFIC JAMS AND ELECTRIC CARS:

    More on Electric Vehicle fires:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/01/10/tesla-battery-range/?itid=lk_interstitial_manual_34
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