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Monday, January 17, 2022

Two Ohio siblings were charged with felony theft after they cut down a centuries-old Black Walnut tree and arranged to have it logged and sold for lumber, Cleveland officials said on Friday. read more


Monday, January 10, 2022

Tesla's Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta lets you choose from three driving "profiles" that dictate how the car will react to certain situations on the road. Each mode, "Chill," "Average," and "Assertive," varies in terms of aggressiveness (and potentially safety).


Wednesday, January 05, 2022

A Russian businessman and accused hacker may have critical information on Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, according to a recent report from Bloomberg. Luckily for U.S. authorities, the businessman in question was arrested and recently extradited to the U.S. on unrelated criminal charges.


A bizarre experiment from Israel suggests goldfish are capable of navigating environments far removed from their natural habitats. Getting goldfish to drive a vehicle on dry land seems a bit extra, but there's a method to this apparent madness. Biologists Shachar Givon and Matan Samina from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel wanted to test the navigational skills of goldfish outside their accustomed habitat, which could shed new light on the origin of navigational skills in general.


Tuesday, December 28, 2021

The aggressive cellphone break-ins of a high-profile lawyer representing top Polish opposition figures came in the final weeks of pivotal 2019 parliamentary elections. Two years later, a prosecutor challenging attempts by the populist right-wing government to purge the judiciary had her smartphone hacked. In both instances, the invader was military-grade spyware from NSO Group, the Israeli hack-for-hire outfit that the U.S. government recently blacklisted, say digital sleuths of the University of Toronto-based Citizen Lab internet watchdog.


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#13 | Posted by humtake

I think Danforth misinterpreted you. My interpretation is that you want to look at vaccinated people that died from Covid despite vaccination. Do you know how many people died between say March (when the "vulnerable" should have been vaccinated) and the end of November from COVID in the US? Just going to rough estimate here 350,000 people died? Maybe closer to 400k? Less than 10k were vaccinated. No vaccine or disease treatment is perfect. But you want to fixate on the 2.8% that were vaccinated and still died (most of those vaccinated being very vulnerable). The number of unvaccinated that died is massive in comparison.

Those numbers fit with what my Nephew tells me. He's been working in an ICU taking care of virtually all unvaccinated people with COVID. He is getting buff from all the CPR he is doing on obese anti-vaxxers who they can't use the CPR machine on. He said for the last few months it is almost all "younger" people too. People mostly in their 30s-40s and not the very old. You want to talk about vaccinated people like the guy I know who just finished his cancer treatments, caught COVID and died. Or my good friend who suffers from MANY health problems caught COVID and actually survived a respirator and has a long road ahead. You want to focus on people like that - the vulnerable who did the right thing and because covidiots everywhere refused vaccination and instead continue to make it possible for the disease to flourish they paid the price.

STFU you ignorant moron.

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