I understand, in a democracy it would not be OK to invent different rules just to keep people from voting, or have them (moslly people with darker skin color) wait in line for 10+ hours to vote.
But it is interesting to follow the process.
Exactly like the Russian vaccine then? It doesn't really matter if it works or not, or is safe, as long as Putin can say they were the first in the world. Perhaps USA will be #2 (before the election day)?
It will be interesting to hear what Trump has to say about Navalny, will it be the first time he will say anything critical about Russia/Putin? (It is now confirmed by three independent different laboratories in France, Germany and Sweden that it was Novichok.)
Or did the cafeteria at the Tomsk...
So, the president of the USA gives recommendations on how to nore or less commit suicide, while the dictator Lukasjenko of Belarus actually gives somewhat meaningful advices to his population.
I think it is a slightly worrying situation.
Examples of countries where the leadership has intentionally downplayed the dangers of Covid-19:
So, the US President is in really good company here with dictators and populists.
Of course, every country in the world have made mistakes.But I can only think of one country...
Regarding death rates, Sweden hace had problems with Covid entering elderly homes and that has been quite problematic + we have seen quite a few structural problems that we have to adress.
And of course, the treatment methods improves over time. I think the death rates in Sweden right now is...
We have soft water. There hasn't been any maintenance in the last 47 years that I know of, but perhaps we should? I just read the red warning sign at the bottom of the picture, that the safety valve needs some care now and then to prevent the heater from blowing up. Perhaps I should read up a...
It is kind of good news I guess, but important to keep the rates down so you do not overload the healthcare system.
I work with BI in the healthcare these days and heard that the treatment is quite nasty for both the staff and the patients even if we still have plenty of beds left in our small...
Here is a fresh climate report from the US government.
It's not a very comforting read, but at least it seems like they understand the problem now. That's a good start.
There"s no shortcut to the perfect sound ;) The basic function is to get great sound, if you can't get that, every other function is a waste. But it looks like it actually has balanced XLR outputs?
Unfortunately I can't afford one myself. :(
Hmm, only HDMI 2.0a; USB-C (DP1.2) Graphics Output? There is a need for a dongle?
But I don't fully get the conmection to the "HEAD Pro Damp - Tennis Racquet Vibration Dampeners" in the link? :)
"Hot" is +25C or more for me. :) I prefer temperatures between +15 and +22 in the summer. This year has been very warm and dry and this week has been "hot" with +30 a few days in a row.
We have A/C, but it's made and used for heating, and I haven't had to use it for cooling yet. But it's always...
I bought a pair of wireless Sennheiser Momentum Over Ear a few months ago. I wanted to buy the ones with cable but they only seem to be compatible with iphone these days.
The sound is pleasant but not too engaging. I like the ability to connect to the computer with USB and to two phones with...
Yes, it actually tasted a bit worse than cough medicine. :) I don't know exactly how this batch was born, but seems like a real hassle to make proper Absinth yourself, according to Wikipedia.
It was interesting to try, but it's not a new favourite if I put it that way.