Re: it would have to be a C++
You need to handle it properly
111 posts • joined 24 Jun 2011
Smart move not to trust the targeted tracking models to properly account for the cultural/financial impact of covid19. These models made the basic mistake of blindly building from constrained data and not appreciating how inappropriate the data set is under a new context.
Contexual ads are a more accurate realtime association.
That's a hell of a limited statement. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing !
The logic of the cocktail was to reduce the inflammatory immune response.
The most likely reason is that because chloroquines can be used to treat rheumathoid arthritis and lupus (autoimmune diseases). It is possible that it reduces the inflammation response to cov-2 that causes the acute respiratory distress (fluid in alveol;i)
Azithromycin appears to be effective in the treatment of COPD through its suppression of inflammatory processes and potentially useful in asthma and sinusitis via this mechanism. It is believed to produce its effects through suppressing certain immune responses that may contribute to inflammation of the airways.
"It is notable that we have only seen these exploitation attempts leverage publicly available malware such as Cobalt Strike and Meterpreter," commented FireEye. "While these backdoors are full featured, in previous incidents APT41 has waited to deploy more advanced malware until they have fully understood where they were and carried out some initial reconnaissance."
So it's not how APT41 but it is attributed to them? How very convenient to blame "the chinese virus".
TBH it sounds like a clumsy false flag operation. The chinese are currently making a major effort to regain lost face.
This is a justification for the separation of powers between the executive and the judiciary so that one man cannot set himself up as Hitler.
It may be distasteful if you don't get your way every time but in the long run it keeps democracy safe.
Try widening your political perspective by reading how Alexander Lukashenko hijacked a democracy in Belarus. http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/peopleandpower/2016/01/belarus-europe-dictator-160120104016003.html
There are a lot of people on this thread who do not have a clue what they're talking about.
I have seen a single 6 mm nut take out a gas turbine engine.
All it takes is one blade impact and you get a cascade back through the remaining 6 to 20 compressor & turbine disks each willing to contribute further broken blades.To make things worse, modern ceramic blades are more brittle than stainless or inconel blades.
I, for one, certainly do not want to play russian roulette with sudden power drops.
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