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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    From an actual expert and world renowned Doctor, Doctor Fauci: "For those in our society who suggest that people being cautious are cowards, for people who refuse to take even the simplest of precautions to protect themselves and those around them, I want to ask, without hyperbole and in all...
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    Simple solution: A national uniform response with a unified message. Mask mandate for everyone. Data has shown it will take 6 to 8 weeks to have it under control and it's over. It's not my data or prediction that says 415,000 deaths by Jan. 1. It's the experts that have been correct...
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    https://globalresponseindex.foreignpolicy.com/?country=united-states
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america?view=total-deaths&tab=trend
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    Having my LCSW and advanced degrees in biology, chemistry and general science, I am constantly helping others deal with the psychological as well as physical trauma. My wife also volunteers so yes we ARE actively putting our energy into saving lives. NO ONE is allowed to volunteer in an...
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    Not calling it a win. The stats you are looking at were from very early on in the UK. What the conversation is about is the present day and last 6 weeks. There is no comparison now. Don't mix old data with the current. There is no excuse for now over 200,000 deaths with a projected 415,000...
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    I would call and make your dinner reservation for 3 years from next Saturday... ;)
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    I misread the post above, I originally thought the post said that the US was doing better then the UK. So yes the data does show that the UK is doing so much better than the USA.
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    Don't know how you are calculating the current numbers. Since January the UK has had 613/million deaths, the US 600/million. The US has 20,248/million cases. The UK 5422/million cases. In the past 6 weeks the US has had per million, 17x that of the UK. Case wise, the US has seen 3.7x more...
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    I was referring to the debate over the use of masks. In states or countries that require masks, the numbers have decreased drastically. It's time to stop debating whether to wear a mask and just do it for others. Why take the chance of killing someone else or missing the chance to save a...
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    Whether you can locate how they do their research is irrelevant since their research and projections have been highly accurate. Let's stop the uneducated debate and just save some lives by wearing a mask...
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    Coronavirus - Excellent Data-Based Analysis

    The data from this site has been correct over time. Current studies show something as simple as universal masks could decrease the death rate in the next 3 months by 35,000. The damage is already done by the politics and "against my rights" movement, but we still have a chance to make a...
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    Condenser Orientation

    You will loose efficiency in the ac system because if the number 8 is on the bottom. The system would be trying to force the refrigerant uphill as it is cooling and changing to a liquid. Since the system already struggles to keep up with the heat in the passenger cabin I wouldn't suggest it.
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    Jokes anyone? -

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    Fling SLC Build Thread

    Great to see it on the road Mike, great job! Sometimes lengthening the throttle pedal wiring can cause the ECU to throw a code a shut the pedal down. You can hook up a code reader and see if that is the issue. Could be air pockets/steam causing the intermittent 300 degrees. They should...
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