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 on: Today at 02:13:44 pm 
Started by Chris Kern - Last post by TechTalk
Nope. You appealed to Dr. Fauxi's authority, who IS (supposedly) "an expert in the field of question" (virology)

Dr. Fauci is an immunologist and has been recognized and honored as one of the world's leading scientists in his field for decades. His contributions to the understanding, treatment, and prevention of multiple diseases, which were previously considered fatal, has prolonged and saved an untold number of lives. Those contributions have been cited, used, and carried forward by medical researchers around the world and led to his earning the respect, gratitude, and honors he has received from the world medical community, long before anyone ever heard of COVID-19.

The disrespect and criticism that he has received in the past year, from those those with an agenda entirely unrelated to medical science and the advances derived in saving peoples' lives, is entirely undeserved. They may serve some other purpose, but do nothing whatever to undermine his well deserved respect in the medical community as a researcher, scientist, and doctor.

 42 
 on: Today at 02:09:19 pm 
Started by Chris Kern - Last post by faberryman
Fauci shutdown J&J vaccine scaring people even more.  Instead of being a tyrant,  he should have revealed the concern and let people decide if they still wanted the shots. One death in six million is 1/30th the death rate of the pill at one in 200,000. 
https://www.nydailynews.com/coronavirus/ny-us-covid-johnson-vaccine-fauci-20210414-5kxzkualbraytmurnscadphec4-story.html

I read the article you linked to and didn't see the death rate for the pill you cited. I just saw stuff about Dr. Fauci saying Tucker Carlson was spreading crazy conspiracy theories. I did see the death rate for the pill on a commie/lib news show, but took your advice and disregarded it. Now it seems you believe the commie/lib news, so I am confused.

 43 
 on: Today at 02:03:59 pm 
Started by sophcat - Last post by sophcat
Up!

 44 
 on: Today at 02:02:18 pm 
Started by John R - Last post by Eric Myrvaagnes
#2 still wins, for me. But thanks for showing all three. That's a good lesson in creative looking.

 45 
 on: Today at 01:50:53 pm 
Started by Chris Kern - Last post by Robert Roaldi
Fauci shutdown J&J vaccine scaring people even more.  Instead of being a tyrant,  he should have revealed the concern and let people decide if they still wanted the shots. One death in six million is 1/30th the death rate of the pill at one in 200,000. 
https://www.nydailynews.com/coronavirus/ny-us-covid-johnson-vaccine-fauci-20210414-5kxzkualbraytmurnscadphec4-story.html

After lecturing us for weeks about how the avg lay person can't understand research findings, you now want the authorities to abdicate their responsibility and to leave a medical choice up to a joe on the street.

Do you want the era of snake oil salesmen to make a comeback?

Let me ask you something, if the NY Daily News had come out in full support of Fauci, would you be calling them sellouts and purveyors of fake news?

 46 
 on: Today at 01:41:17 pm 
Started by sophcat - Last post by sophcat
Selling Rollei SLX and 6000 lenses and accessories. Everything is working fine, downsides are described below.

1. Macro bellows, System Rolleiflex 6000. Condition: excellent LN, boxed (the box is slightly damaged) - EUR 190.-
2. Prizm finder 45 degrees, Rollei 6000 cameras. Condition: excellent, few minor scratches on the body. EUR 170.-
3. Rollei-HFT Sonnar 150mm, 1:4, pre-PQ. Condition: excellent, a few minor scratches on the barrel, optically 9/10 (a couple miniscule marks on the front lens coating). Focusing ring is sticky sometimes – looks like an old glue, I take it out with isopropyl when needed, no issues. Caps, hood. EUR 190.-
4. Schneider-Kreuznach PCS-Super-Angulon PSC 55mm, 1:4.5, pre-PQ. Condition: very good, working condition. Rubber tilt bellows are torn (1 hole), one internal spot in the optical system (1,0mm), no fungus, haze etc, externally - 7/10. Caps. EUR 880.-
5. Extension ring: Rollei ET68 68mm. Something is slightly  rattling inside – but it stops when the ring fixes. Otherwise – no flaws. EUR 40.-
6. Rollei Magazine 6000, 6 x 6, for 120 rollfilm. Excellent working condition, cosmetically 9 –due to the scratched ISO selection disk. EUR 130.-
7. RC-120, Rollei System 6000 remote control, excellent working condition. EUR 20.-

Prices are net to me. Shipping from Tallinn, Estonia – i.e. no tax and duties within the EU. Please request shipping quote for the items selected and your destination – and generally, you are always welcome with any questions. More pictures upon request.



 47 
 on: Today at 01:40:38 pm 
Started by Chris Kern - Last post by faberryman
I am speechless 😱😱😱

Maybe "entirely predictable" would be a better choice of words.

 48 
 on: Today at 01:27:54 pm 
Started by rabanito - Last post by rabanito
Thank you Rhossydd.
I tried it on a blue fringe and noticed some change on some yellow pixels on the other side.
Blue line on the edge head/dark water disppeared but something tiny happened to the yellow beak
But it was w a 800x  magnification.

 49 
 on: Today at 12:41:44 pm 
Started by jeremyrh - Last post by mcbroomf
What wet thingies you guys use? I have a Canon R, no IBIS, but does have sensor cleaning (shaking off) at every ON/OFF. I have something like perfectly round dots at the edges. Some say a result of condensation of droplets.

Can you post a crop showing the dot? 

Dust spots should be almost invisible at wider apertures, say F2 and wider, and get easier to see as you stop down to F16.  If this does NOT happen then it's likely a dried droplet, water, oil?  But I'd suggest getting Canon to clean it in case it is oil and you smear it around.

 50 
 on: Today at 12:40:54 pm 
Started by Chris Kern - Last post by Slobodan Blagojevic
... It seem perfectly normal that he would get beat up by someone sooner or later given his winning personality...

I am speechless 😱😱😱

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