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  1. Re: Coronavirus: ‘Very low’ risks to children mean school reopenings are safe, expert

    Support!!
  2. Re: Russia Approves World's First Coronavirus Vaccine Less Than Two Months of Testing

    Still reserving judgment because 1) Putin has installed himself as a dictator for life, and 2) it's an undeniable fact that there has not been sufficient time to thoroughly test a vaccine for both...
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    Note to all: time pressures

    Note to all: pressures have piled up on me in the last few days: I'm trying to give away vegetables from an over producing garden to everyone I know, including my doctor, my postmistress and my...
  4. Re: Children May Carry Corona Virus At High Levels, Study Finds

    Agreed. I didn't know that. Mr. Wizard, you're full of surprisingly helpful information!
  5. Re: From ‘brain fog’ to heart damage, COVID-19’s lingering problems alarm scientists

    Maurya, that's an excellent article but a lengthy, in-depth one and it's already past my bedtime. I'll come back to it tomorrow. Thank you for finding and posting it!
  6. Re: Coronavirus: ‘Very low’ risks to children mean school reopenings are safe, expert

    From what I read, the country as a whole as a whole is very far from the low level of cases that will encourage school opening. I am not unaware of the need for children to learn in live...
  7. Re: 'A Smoking Gun': Infectious Coronavirus Retrieved From Hospital Air

    I agree with the observation about airborne viruses. But wait. Isn't a live virus an oxymoron?
  8. Re: Hydroxychloroquine: When Medicine And Politics Clash

    Anything I have read in support of it has come from what I would call rather questionable sources, among them Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro. I would rate his trustworthiness at the same level as Trump's.
  9. Re: Does Vinegar Kill Weeds For Good And How Do I Properly Use It? (It doesn't)

    Forgive me, please. I have neglected to consider the geographical variations in climate that affect weed growth. Here they can be a three season pest!
  10. Re: Children May Carry Corona Virus At High Levels, Study Finds

    Please don't hesitate to contact me if you want a copy of anything published by the WaPo. I have a cheap monthly subscription through Amazon prime or something, but I get it all. Happy to share with...
  11. Re: Russia Approves World's First Coronavirus Vaccine Less Than Two Months of Testing

    "Scientists in Russia and abroad have questioned Moscow's decision to register the vaccine before Phase 3 trials that normally last for months and involve thousands of people, but Putin emphasized...
  12. Re: Phase 3 clinical trial of investigational vaccine for COVID-19 begins

    Robert F. Kennedy:
    "The vaccine uses a new, untested, and very controversial experimental RNA technology that Gates has backed for over a decade. Instead of injecting an antigen & adjuvant as...
  13. Re: Phase 3 clinical trial of investigational vaccine for COVID-19 begins

    This is a press release, i.e. an announcement; the trial has not yet begun. However, it has churned up a storm on social media because of the names associated with the trial. Bill Gates, who has no...
  14. Phase 3 clinical trial of investigational vaccine for COVID-19 begins

    NIH (National Institute of Health)
    Monday, July 27, 2020

    Multi-site trial to test candidate developed by Moderna and NIH.

    A Phase 3 clinical trial designed to evaluate if an...
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    Re: Can my Dog eat Bone??

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I've always understood that dogs and cats should be fed only raw bones, never cooked. That said, I have fed my German Shepherd cooked beef bones with no problem. She does...
  16. Re: Gene Manipulation Could Grow More Crops With Less Water

    Just fine with me, as long as they keep it confined to tobacco!
  17. Re: Coronavirus: ‘Very low’ risks to children mean school reopenings are safe, expert

    The experience of returning students in the state of Georgia has put a lie to that supposition. Students returned without masks, crowded halls, and resulted in multiple infections. If the story...
  18. Re: Hydroxychloroquine: When Medicine And Politics Clash

    I thought this had been put to bed once and for all.
  19. Re: Does Vinegar Kill Weeds For Good And How Do I Properly Use It? (It doesn't)

    That has not been my experience. They die back to the ground but re-emerge because the roots are not affected. Also in my experience, weed seeds live forever, so even when pulled by the roots, more...
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    Re: Recovery Choices Shape Future Climate

    Encouraging measures like this would have to begin with some kind of international leadership, including the USA's rejoining the Paris Climate Accord... A small but significant step forward.
  21. Re: A Titanate Nanowire Mask That Can Reduce Pathogens

    The disposal issue certainly makes sense. I question whether you can refer to a mask made from layers of non-woven polypropylene plastic microfibres as "paper."
  22. Re: Vitamin D Twice A Day Keeps Vertigo Away

    I agree with Grulla on both points. Further, the amount of D is so small and the amount of calcium so dangerously large that any difference in vertigo over the course of a year is purely accidental....
  23. Re: Does Vinegar Kill Weeds For Good And How Do I Properly Use It? (It doesn't)

    I've taken the liberty of amending the headline to avoid sending potential readers to a useless site.
  24. Re: Does Vinegar Kill Weeds For Good And How Do I Properly Use It? (It doesn't)

    Can we please put this myth to death once and for all, and pound a stake through its heart?

    1. No, ordinary vinegar will not kill weeds permanently, no matter what additives you include in the mix...
  25. Re: Covid-19 Outbreak At A Kids Summer Camp May Be Stark Warning

    My younger daughter is an educational consultant in NYC and a former member of the city's department of education. I get the impression that of all the decision makers involved, teachers seem to be...
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