February 11, 2023 at 9:01 pm #128783
Vaccine Injured Covid Patients
Watch and Weep
TVASFFebruary 11, 2023 at 9:46 pm #128784
BTW – that Arte documentary is a very clever pro-vaxx propaganda piece. They really are evil geniuses.
TVASFFebruary 11, 2023 at 11:07 pm #128785
Balloons, now 3, everywhere!
NORAD is looking like an expensive blind jokeFebruary 11, 2023 at 11:12 pm #128786my parents said knowParticipant
I watched “On the Beach” a couple of weeks ago and had just gotten “Waltzing Matilda” out of my head. Now it’s back. Thanks Dr D. ; )
Doom porn and alien abductions were my kind of fun on the inter webs way back when. (hence rense).
I can’t imagine how I missed Quayle.
Funny how all that “agenda” stuff came true….
Note: Git some wimmin on them submarines as they may be some of the best places to hunker down and start all over again.
(I’m practicing my colloquialisms to confound “chat”iness.)February 11, 2023 at 11:19 pm #128787
Advisor for stuff you do not understand in the least.
Weather balloons for target practiceFebruary 11, 2023 at 11:26 pm #128788
Pick the winner as the best story teller
Geoge Santos or Volodymyr ZelenskyyFebruary 11, 2023 at 11:54 pm #128789
“Note: Ukraine. Military Summary And Analysis 2023.02.11 does not like to tell about Russian failures and about loss of Russian lives.”
@zerosum: It’s a war, the truth is the first victim, both sides are liars. The actuality on the ground is likely to be forever unknown. Only those who were there at the time and lived will know and their retelling of events will be sketchy at best. Things don’t happen at all and then it all happens at the same time. I had two older friends who were Croatian and were adolescents during WW2. The gentleman stayed with his grandmother in the village during the German occupation his parents were in the mountains working with the resistance. His wife was with her family in the mountains. She told of scrounging grasses and twigs for soup as they were always hungry. He spent the last few months of the war in a German internment camp in North Africa. That is all they ever spoke about it. I also had three uncles who seen action in WW2 and they never spoke of their time there. Nasty business this war thing.February 12, 2023 at 12:06 am #128790
Just for the hell of it, everything old is new again. Wouldn’t want any of these things, too easy to build and recycle. I wonder who holds the patents?
George Cove’s solar electric generator
George Cove presented his first “solar electric generator” in 1905 in the Metropole Building in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Apart from an image, there are no data about this panel.  However, its power output and efficiency were remarkable enough for US investors to send an expert to Halifax. Based on this expert’s examination of the machine, they then brought Cove to the US (Sommerville, Mass.) to continue the development of his device.
Cove presented his second solar electric generator there in 1909. This 1.5m2 panel could produce 45 watts of power and was 2.75% efficient in converting solar energy into electricity. By mid-1909, Cove had moved to New York City, where he presented his third prototype, a solar array consisting of four solar panels of 60 watt-peak each, which charged a total of five lead-acid batteries. The total surface area was 4.5 m2, the maximum power output was 240 watts, and efficiency rose to 5% – similar to the first solar panel presented by Bell Labs. February 12, 2023 at 12:09 am #128791Farmer McGregorParticipant
@zerosum “Note: Ukraine. Military Summary And Analysis 2023.02.11 does not like to tell about Russian failures and about loss of Russian lives.”
Dima at Military Summary channel is actually pro-Ukrainian. His kill stats are quoted directly from the Russian Ministry Of Defense daily report. The Ukrainian military does not (afaik) publish any stats except for occasional gross exaggerations; I suspect they don’t have their shit together enough to compile those numbers. He reports what info he can find. And he occasionally refers to the Russians as ‘the enemy’. He seems to try to be as honest as he can.
My main beef with him is the huge amount of time he spends describing what he thinks the Ukes or Russians are going to do, or what they ought to do. He is often very wrong in his prognostications.February 12, 2023 at 12:16 am #128792
‘Note: Ukraine. Military Summary And Analysis 2023.02.11 does not like to tell about Russian failures and about loss of Russian lives.’
Six months ago Dima was telling about losses of Russian lives.
One might guess that since the Uko-Nazis and NATO-Nazis have lost so much kit and lost so much ground and lost their best fighters, Russian losses are now insignificant, other than from the odd long-range missile aimed into Russia that doesn’t get shot down and from undercover saboteurs working behind the lines.
I suspect that the previous killed-in-action ratio of around 10 to 1 has now increased to 20 to 1 or 30 to 1.
In discussion on the matter, Brian Berletic at New Atlas mentioned the average life-expectancy of a new recruit sent by the Uko-Nazis to the front line is now 4 hours!
Who worked that out and how, I do not know. But it sounds plausible when one considers the kinds of weapons Russia has at its disposal, that the Uko-Nazi do not have. Nor does NATO have anything comparable to Russia’s new-generation weapons. And if they did, it would take months to deliver them, half a dozen at a time.February 12, 2023 at 12:23 am #128793
Wow! That ‘beast’ has intensified. Currently reported as 966 millibar core.February 12, 2023 at 12:36 am #128794
@afewknowthetruth buckle up or batten down what ever blows your hair back. We had Fiona in September it clocked in at 931 when it made land fall. Monsters! we had a few over the years.
Wapo of all places! Must’ve been a slow news day in the US.February 12, 2023 at 12:38 am #128795Farmer McGregorParticipant
@afewknowthetruth “Six months ago Dima was telling about losses of Russian lives.”
I have, in recent times, heard Dima quote reports of Russian losses that came from disparate sources (such as social media posts) when he got them, or when the RU MoD reports losses from shells fired into Russian territories. I am fairly confident that this information is simply hard to acquire; certainly the Russians publish as little as possible, holding their cards very close to the chest.
As for you, I sure hope you are not in the direct path of ‘that beast’. Be well. And safe.February 12, 2023 at 12:38 am #128796
@ AFKTT – here, play with this:
Click on the three bars, bottom left (next to “earth”) for access to all kinds of options – including TCW = total cloud water!February 12, 2023 at 1:14 am #128797February 12, 2023 at 1:39 am #128798KimoParticipant
“Pascal has filed criminal charges of Abuse of Office under Article 310 of the Swiss Criminal Code against Swiss President Alain Berset, who is also that country’s former Minister of Health.
To everyone’s surprise, the Attorney General of Switzerland has decided to launch an investigation into the President – the first, of a sitting head of state – over their “vaccine” policies.”February 12, 2023 at 2:08 am #128799
Missing! Somewhere over the USA! Report any sighting to NORAD.
The Trump balloon.February 12, 2023 at 2:11 am #128800Veracious PoetParticipantFebruary 12, 2023 at 2:56 am #128801
In case you missed it.
Ron Paul On Mainstream Media Suppression Of Sy Hersh Report
Ukraine war is McCain’s legacy.”
As for “McCain’s legacy”, Congressman Paul and co-host Daniel McAdams review very important archived footage showing how in December 2016 both Senators McCain and Lindsey Graham traveled to Kiev to tell the Ukrainians “your fight is our fight” while pledging a coming “year of offensive”. They brazenly urged the Ukrainians to take an “offensive” fight to the Russians.February 12, 2023 at 3:59 am #128802
Thank you for your concern.
I am well away from the path of the latest storm, halfway up the South Island, a bit north of Christchurch. Here the weather is fine, just a somewhat stronger than normal easterly (as per the website Germ kindly linked).
Whilst other storm system in other parts of the world have recorded lower millibar readings, one should note that here in the South Island the pressure is about 1010 mb. So the gradient is of the order of 40 mb.
Also of note is the fact that much Airstrip Five landscape is V valleys cut into soft rock and clay, following recent [in geological terms] uplift. Soft rock + heavy rain = slips. V-shaped valleys + rain = washed out roads and bridges.
Also, 5 to 7 metre waves could be a ‘problem’.
Not likely to be much loss of [human] life. Just a lot of mess. mess on top of the mess from the last drenching, which has yet to be cleaned up.
Meanwhile here in North Canterbury, the stream has dried up. So some rain would be welcome.February 12, 2023 at 4:07 am #128803John DayParticipant
@MPSK: Thanks for the Greek war News story about Putin purportedly giving 72 hours notice before nuking targeted sites (but WHERE?) if secret negotiations fail.February 12, 2023 at 4:09 am #128804John DayParticipant
@AFKTT: thanks for the storm updates, and for being prepared.February 12, 2023 at 4:31 am #128805WESParticipant
Hope your sunflowers don’t get blown over by any high winds.February 12, 2023 at 4:52 am #128806SeaBirdsParticipant
Weather wild up here in Northland, and we understand worse to come. Wind is shaking the house, and the sea breaking out beyond the sand bar is the wildest we’ve ever seen. No walks today! ‘Stormy weather’ – as the old tune goes…February 12, 2023 at 5:38 am #128808
For what it’s worth:
‘Cyclone Gabrielle will impact much of the North Island with severe gales, heavy rain and very large waves forecast from today through to Tuesday.
This is expected to be an unprecedented and dangerous weather event.’
As we might expect, the ‘authorities’ are totally unprepared; hence there is a shortage of sandbags and there are reports of people fighting over sandbags, if not sand.
Supermarket shelves have been cleaned out.
People are finding whatever items they can to fill with sand dumped in streets by contractors, and driving there to collect sand.
And ‘the authorities’ tell people not to take sand from beaches!! ‘because it might be contaminated’.
This event is going to be excellent for the manufacturers or importers of plastic orange-and-white cones and yellow-and-black tape and rubbish bags.
Insurance premiums to go up yet again, as house values tumble.
The market is likely to be flooded with broken yachts, too.
Life at The End of Empire on the Planet of the Maniacs.
Where’s Chippy? Hiding under a fallen tree? On holiday in Hawaii?February 12, 2023 at 9:24 am #128813
Sunflowers here are doing well. Well supported and protected by fences. Thanks.
Apples, peaches (from dwarf trees not affected by the curly leaf that hit standard trees), nectarines, strawberries, grapes, figs, sweetcorn, tomatoes on the menu atm. Pumpkins doing extraordinarily well. Potatoes somewhere under the greenery.February 12, 2023 at 9:31 am #128819February 12, 2023 at 9:58 am #128820
The affected regions are normally significant suppliers of citrus fruits, kiwifruit, grapes etc. and also kumara.
Presumably crops -especially fruit on trees and vines- will be significantly reduced, if not wiped out.
200mm of rain (8 inches) in a couple of days on top of the 200mm of a fortnight ago will be ‘interesting’.
Several days ago we had 21 mm overnight, here. None since. None expected for a while.
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