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  1. HRC_64

    Recommend me the only toolkit I'll need for my home

    There is no short, quick or easy answer to your question. Anything remotely complete/professional in terms of tool sets are typical $2,000 - 10,000 investments. If you are looking for something to buy at home depot, I would start probably with M12 cordless tools. But more abstractly, lets...
  2. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    But wait, now we go back to May 15th... https://www.healthleadersmedia.com/innovation/oxford-vaccine-trial-moves-hospitals-amid-fears-coronavirus-not-prevalent-enough-wider Oxford says virus in remission in wider socienty (so much vaccine trials may not be feasible)?
  3. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    WHO declares COvid is no longer spread by asymptomatric carriers? https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/08/health/coronavirus-asymptomatic-spread-who-bn/index.html But this is also "faked" (or something)?? WHO knows what they are talking about...
  4. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    But don't worry....The day of/after the Retraction...on Jun 4th...what happens? "Science" will conjure ... a replacement? The early relase of this UNFINISHED EXPERIMENT's DATA data is ALSO designed to halt any more "real" science ...?????????? June 5, 2020...
  5. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    So, withing two weeks after this...May 5th news story https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/05/05/nation/whistleblower-alleges-trump-official-ignored-warnings-hydroxychloroquine-coronavirus/ We get a study by a fake researcher, and a fake company, with fake data...on May 22nd...
  6. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    (continued) May 29th-June 3rd https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/06/mysterious-company-s-coronavirus-papers-top-medical-journals-may-be-unraveling June 4th https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/04/covid-19-lancet-retracts-paper-that-halted-hydroxychloroquine-trials
  7. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    More "Science"... May 5th https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/may/05/rick-bright-us-government-scientist-complaint-hydroxychloroquine May 13th https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/13/politics/rick-bright-testimony-congress/index.html May22nd https://www.thelancet.com/lancet/article/s0140673620311806
  8. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    1) Author of this paper has (apparently) completely fabricated backgound...going back maybe 10 years 2) Company sourcing the data is ALSO fabricated... with fake/underqualified employees 3) Study is also almost surely also phony... But WHY? And HOW does this BS make it thru peer review at JAMA...
  9. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    Ummm...."Science" https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/10/surgisphere-sapan-desai-lancet-study-hydroxychloroquine-mass-audit-scientific-papers
  10. HRC_64

    Price vs performance differential

    agree w/ ditmas u dont save money spending 2x$150 knives vs 1x $300 knife. "economizing" makes sense only if 1 and done...but not if N+1 :) 210 misono ux10 used to be around $160 but not sure anymore...
  11. HRC_64

    Price vs performance differential

    A good fall bac plan is to become a beater... TlDR...two main ideas are 1 - buy once, cry once 2 - fail forward If you go w/#2, find someting to double as a potential beater If you go w/#1, spend time (&$$) to find ~good profile+grind+taper risk of #1 is you dont know your preferences...
  12. HRC_64

    Gone...

    Beatiful knife and such an ugly experience to deal with...ugh :(
  13. HRC_64

    Camera case/backpack

    +3 for Domke This I think is the best solution given your original post. It's a little ambiguous about the purposes of your hikes but everything has tradeoffs in terms of weight, complexity, setup time, acessibility, and all of that. As a general rule, less gear is better. Easier access is...
  14. HRC_64

    an idea for the BST forums

    Lising your continent seems fine... As a default, many US ebay trades are limited to CONUS because shipping and legal system is readily knowable and there is a deep enough market for most goods to be priced fairly. Selling across borders is significantly more difficult to resolve disptes...
  15. HRC_64

    How risky is it to straighten a stainless knife?

    For low hardness wustoff or EU steel... you can do it just flex it reverse curvature on a flat surface... try using wood as backer ...like soft pine... it will give a little if needed don't hammer unless you can use a proper metal working hammer ... in a light weight like 200g especially if...
  16. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    Are you this illiterate? Nothing being discussed is remotely related to "American"...
  17. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    This is reasearch carried out by Australians... In other words, the Covid-19 virus FOUND IN WUHAN WT MARKET is BETTER at infecting humans than ANY OTHER HOST SPECIES... That's not "typically" how evolution works. The statitstical odds are prohibitive and situation is unprecedented. This is...
  18. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    LMAO..."the source" is not the Newspaper...also The article full text is linked above. This science is not really in question, and is underlying why about a week ago the Chineese had to admit the "Wet market" Theory whas a hoax...This admission is because of the science has now shoen that there...
  19. HRC_64

    Preparing for COVID-19

    Lastly, the Telegraphy article notes that this information has been an open secret since early april and its publication was supressed for poltical purposes by the "scientitsts" doing the peer review. In other words, "none of this is news" to the corona virus task force, the CIA or MI-6. It's...
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