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    You ever ride in that thing? I just opened one of...

    You ever ride in that thing? I just opened one of those and I kinda want to put a trunk on that elephant nose and go for a ride. But the humidity is brutal I don't want to pull it off halfway up the...
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    Psst. She (the Estonian she, not KQ) still thinks...

    Psst. She (the Estonian she, not KQ) still thinks those numbers need to be adjusted for population.

    Wooley has a point, but given the incredible level of personal debasement on display here lately...
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    Heh..thanks for the offer, I'll bet you can!...

    Heh..thanks for the offer, I'll bet you can! (With polish?) We've got a few knocking around and my wife wears KN95's for work and seems to like their fit better, so I think all the N95's are mine...
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    I just tried on a P100 (because smoke). N95 is a...

    I just tried on a P100 (because smoke). N95 is a decent benchmark but I'm a little surprised I didn't have one of these before for various things. Easy to breathe through, good seal and...
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    Also, this thread needs the Ogden scale before it...

    Also, this thread needs the Ogden scale before it gets moved to the HOF.
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    And if that's true a lot of those infected in...

    And if that's true a lot of those infected in Florida also aren't from Florida.
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    Right, so we're talking about a two-stage...

    Right, so we're talking about a two-stage selection: picking those who get tested and, of those, those who test positive. Then they checked viral load (in what seems like a smallish sample, but no...
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    I'd go a step further and say that the...

    I'd go a step further and say that the eye-catching "similar viral loads" vaxed/unvaxed is a genuine nothing--a totally predictable example of selection bias, and an intentional one.

    Obviously...
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    To be fair, they put in a lot of leg work on this...

    To be fair, they put in a lot of leg work on this throughout the cold war. They're probably just thrilled to see it finally paying off.
  10. Thread: Ask the experts

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    Yes and yes, but obviously sound is vibration, so...

    Yes and yes, but obviously sound is vibration, so it's pretty unlikely you'd hear it and not also feel it, even unconsciously. Your bones can transmit "inaudible" sounds, so there are a lot of cues...
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    Sound it out, buddy. Start with:...

    Sound it out, buddy. Start with: Un-_______ervice. You can do it. I bet even before your next pad change.
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    Would be more entertaining if the handlers would...

    Would be more entertaining if the handlers would provide even a basic level of science or math so rj could analyze the least sucky studies and regail us with Moscow's spin. Not even trying is a yawn.
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    There's definitely an element of that in the...

    There's definitely an element of that in the Q-adjacents I know around here, probably the majority of them. The rest are mainly folks doing very poor "research" who are strongly biased to believe...
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    That's what he's afraid of.

    That's what he's afraid of.
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    DARPA is on it. Feels like it's going to require...

    DARPA is on it. Feels like it's going to require careful adjustments, though.

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/showthread.php/342186-Sarcasm-Meter-Calibration
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    Strong chance that rj isn't even in the US. I've...

    Strong chance that rj isn't even in the US. I've met other people who got paid to argue online for Moscow's nonsense (9/11 truthers BITD) and "he" makes a good fit what with all the global warming...
  17. Thread: Ask the experts

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    I won't fault anyone for taking Brandt at his...

    I won't fault anyone for taking Brandt at his word--that's been the right answer for a long time. But there's no way anyone can stand next to a road triathlon for five minutes and imagine that...
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    I don't mean that to sound dismissive of feel at...

    I don't mean that to sound dismissive of feel at all. I have been on bikes that inspired confidence by feeling like the tires were sticking and I went faster than the guy next to me purely because of...
  19. Thread: Ask the experts

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    The difference between wheels and other...

    The difference between wheels and other components is that wheels are pre-stressed, which means their stiffness (up to the point where the preload in the spokes drops to zero) is dramatically higher...
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    Nah. When I tried that the result was an...

    Nah. When I tried that the result was an ill-advised pass by an idiot in a Prius facing down oncoming traffic down a blind hill. Taking the dead center has been a stronger signal that there's...
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    Looks like you just told him. Strong work.

    Looks like you just told him. Strong work.
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    Dogs to The Rev: how can you not see past the UPS...

    Dogs to The Rev: how can you not see past the UPS guy's weak facade?
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    Sign of weakness. You'll never get them to...

    Sign of weakness. You'll never get them to respect your superior intellect that way.
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    U-iIPPS

    U-iIPPS
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    Fair point. The ones with black sites and/or a...

    Fair point. The ones with black sites and/or a long term lease in Cuba usually don't have people who can catch their domestic sprinters.
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    Sometimes I doubt your commitment to fatalism as...

    Sometimes I doubt your commitment to fatalism as an ego defense.
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    Sustainability is an open question. Places...

    Sustainability is an open question. Places without community spread have tools we don't have. Like contact tracing to prevent spread by as-yet asymptomatic contacts. How different can that make...
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    How fortunate that a student's economic status...

    How fortunate that a student's economic status won't be displayed if some students don't mask at all versus wearing the school-supplied masks.
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    A similar (and similarly ambiguous) take: ...

    A similar (and similarly ambiguous) take:

    https://www.thisamericanlife.org/742/the-thing-im-getting-over/act-2-6
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    E-bike Karen? Sounds like a commercial...

    E-bike Karen?

    Sounds like a commercial operation was taking newbies on a tour. What could go wrong?
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    It's been suggested that e-bikes may have some...

    It's been suggested that e-bikes may have some downsides.
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    Oh FFS. IFR being calculated by people who don't...

    Oh FFS. IFR being calculated by people who don't know what a denominator is. (Or lying Russian agents, take your pick.)

    We've had a million excess deaths, two thirds of which are known to be...
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    I just made this up from my imagination and a...

    I just made this up from my imagination and a cursory understanding of math. If someone collected the real data I don't know if the "tested" level and the "symptoms" would even be in that order and...
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    Viral load is a spectrum. Testing is binary and...

    Viral load is a spectrum. Testing is binary and whether to test or not is a little arbitrary. There are going to be some confusing pieces of data as a result. Extra confusing for the binary thinkers.
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    Bump for RatG13 fans.

    Bump for RatG13 fans.
  36. Seems like a question for the pet thread.

    Seems like a question for the pet thread.
  37. Thread: Fu*king Cyclists

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    I never bother to watch these, but that was gold....

    I never bother to watch these, but that was gold. Thanks for mentioning it!
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    The easiest way to control freedom-loving...

    The easiest way to control freedom-loving Americans is to get them scared of being controlled. We're learning who's willing to be vigilant and who just wants to talk.
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    It was roughly the first week of May when the...

    It was roughly the first week of May when the origin discussion was good. Rereading it would be more useful than all this reciting what isn't known or hasn't been seen stuff.

    The weird unspoken...
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    And what are they supposed to do when they come...

    And what are they supposed to do when they come across a truck that needs assistance with a pad swap, walk across to help??
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    You gotta admit he has a point there. Don't just...

    You gotta admit he has a point there. Don't just assume there's a laptop in those backpacks. The polite thing would be to carry tools and spare brake pads for every brand of phallic diesel "truck"...
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    But he's been talking about Alpha since day one,...

    But he's been talking about Alpha since day one, why would he want that record deleted?
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    It's as if there was a school someplace or maybe...

    It's as if there was a school someplace or maybe just a branch of some intel service that will train you to learn all the words but none of their meanings. Is it Sinovac sales? Who pays for it? You...
  44. Memberberry. The viral email they are reading...

    Memberberry. The viral email they are reading stayed remarkably intact as it floated around. I first got it in '96 or '97 from a friend who claimed to have written it. His email called the source...
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    +1. Good luck, Aussies. Don't try to kick out...

    +1. Good luck, Aussies. Don't try to kick out your idiots too easily, though. Inoculation takes many forms and obviously you can see how important it is.
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    Anyone capable of writing his own posts but...

    Anyone capable of writing his own posts but genuinely that bad at basic logic and math must be as rare as a ripe huckleberry wrapped in a unicorn turd.

    The guy's faking. Probably a sock puppet.
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    Depends on which hand he puts the sock on? ...

    Depends on which hand he puts the sock on?

    Liars' gonna lie, anyway.
  48. That looked like fun. If you decide to continue...

    That looked like fun. If you decide to continue and have an outdoor pad for the chest freezer it might not be a dead end, just don't bring it in the house.
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    The coaches lose interest?

    The coaches lose interest?
  50. Daaaamn that is gorgeous. I guess the smoke has...

    Daaaamn that is gorgeous. I guess the smoke has it's upsides?
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