Watch the video. Looks like something from Alien.
Watch the video. Looks like something from Alien.
Israeli study shows 4th shot of Vaccine does diddly against Omicron. Per Reuters, of all things. See, even MSM can’t continue to deny the blindingly obvious.
Its over. Put a fork in it, already.
Prof. Ehud Qimron, MD, head of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Tel Aviv University, wrote a damning article which appeared in the Israeli daily newspaper, Ha’aretz, on January 6, 2022.
Its a total takedown of the government’s response to the Plandemic, and absolute failure in everything they did do.
“The truth about the coronavirus policy is about to be revealed. When the destructive concepts collapse one by one, there is nothing left but to tell the experts who led the management of the pandemic – we told you so”
Good for Qimron to stand up and speak the truth.
Good for Ha’aretz to publish the article.
Maybe the tide is turning. The truth is coming out and more people are standing up and speaking out.
The tyrants at the head of western governments are still trying to impose draconian, authoritarian policies. Demonizing the segment of the population that refuses to comply.
This is a battle for freedom against the tyranny of globalist totalitarian state.
addendum: Stuart Basden, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, writes in Medium that ER is not about climate, it is about crashing European society and skewering the idea that ” heterosexuality is ‘normal’ and that other expressions of sexuality are deviant .” Think about that as you see ER activists super-gluing themselves to trains, streets, and anything else that might cause maximum disruption. *see below re: “some may die in the process.” I guess for the greater good or something.
Ottawa has the good fortune of being near lots of water, mostly in the form of two rivers, the Ottawa and the Rideau. The Rideau drains into the Ottawa. Historically, the Rideau Canal was built to accommodate trade between Ottawa and as far as Kingston.
To facilitate boat traffic, a number of locks were installed. In addition to the locks, dams were built, typically next to the lock, to manage the flow of water. Near to where I live is a lock/dam called Hogs Back. The dam side flows over a series of rocks, that are typically quite nice to look at, but with the spring melt, become a raging rapid.
So, this spring (2014), I brought my video camera down to Hogs Back to capture the wild torrents, much more wild than in other years, crazy huge flows. After a bit of filming, a fellow asks if I am there to video the kayakers. “Huh?”, I said. He tells me three kayakers are suiting up getting ready to run the Hogs Back rapids.
So, I stick around and capture the following video. Amazing stuff. For 20 seconds in the rapids, it must have been invigorating, not to mention very cold.
For comparison, here are some pix of the flow in June, Very pretty, but not nearly as dangerous. Note when the initial kayaker goes over the first flow, that is the same point as the first picture below. Pretty amazing. br>
One of my favorite sites is gearslutz.com, where people, mostly sound engineer types, talk about … gear. Most of the time, the conversations are about experiences with specific pieces of recording equipment or techniques. Some can be offbeat and really amusing, like this one — He Is…the Most Interesting Gear Slut!
Basically, assembling all the collected wisdom, knowledge and opinion about gear, talent and luck, and packaging it as hyperbole. Here are some samples:
… well, *I* think they are really funny. 😎
“I spent half my money on gambling, alcohol, and wild women. The other half I wasted.” – WC Fields
Here is a visualization prepared by data scientist Seth Kadish. The chart presents the house odds in gambling in Las Vegas casinos, the percent of wagered money won by the house against the total revenues for the week. For example, if $100 is wagered on blackjack, the house will take 11%, or $11. The data comes from reports published by the Nevada Gaming Control Board .
You should already know that the house always wins, or more precisely, the odds favor the house. If it doesn’t, they unilaterally convict you of card counting and ban you from ever playing in the casino again.
The chart is hard to read here, so if you want to see the detail, go to Seth’s site. The pithy summary is:
This is not to condemn gambling, but it *is* a money pit. Thanks for playing.
Here is an intriguing time-lapsed photo of the sun’s position in the sky over Wroclaw, Poland, taken three-times a day throughout one year:
Maciej Zapiór, a solar physicist at the University of the Balearic Islands in Palma, Majorca, and colleague Lukasz Fajfrowski built a pinhole camera and set it to make 1-minute-long exposures onto a single piece of photographic paper at 10:30, 12:00 and 13:30 each day from 1 March 2013 to 1 March 2014. The resulting image shows how the position of the sun in the sky changes throughout the year. In the summer it is higher, in the winter lower. Its position also shifts horizontally, tracing a figure-of-eight path called an analemma.
These definitions seem to be attributed to Donald Rumsfeld, former US Secretary of Defense. The attribution is usually derogatory, e.g. “Rumspeak”. But I think its great …
Known knowns – things we know we know
Known unknowns – things we know we don’t know
Unknown unknowns – things we don’t know we don’t know
Rumsfeld would add another relevant, telling category later: the unknown known, the kind of thing you think you know, based on information that seems solid but which in reality isn’t very solid at all. It’s the thing you think you know but that you actually do not.
A great photo of Manhattan post-Sandy from New York Magazine. Most of Manhattan is in darkness, the eastern tip near Times Square is not.