https://www.zerohedge.com/health/one-worst-coverups-human-history-msm-turns-gaze-chinese-biolab-near-covid-19-ground-zero Time to spool up the engines, get up to speed...and question much received "wisdom". I used to read Zerohedge for laughs now and again as they would put out zany inves...Jump to post
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Time to spool up the engines, get up to speed...and question much received "wisdom".
There's even less evidence that it wasn't zoonotic, IE: improbable, no evidence The absence of evidence does not mean the evidence of absence. And the idea has only been seeded by state actors trying to cause chaos. The CCP couldn't have said it better. There is NO science behind that suggestion, j...Jump to post
factsonly wrote:And a surprising Egyptair B789 non-stop CAI to SLC:
- MS3092 CAI 05.27 - SLC 11.52 B789 SU-GER
Aer Lingus are operating flights between Dublin and Beijing since yesterday. There were 3 A330 flights yesterday and 3 again today. EI9016, EI9018 & EI9020 currently all enroute. One of them took a bird strike on departure. when it rains it pours apparently... Will the threat of bird strikes be...Jump to post
@N212R Why do you ask? There has been, of yet, NO verifiable scientific data to substantiate the received idea that the receptor host for the transmission of SARS CoV-2 was an animal, ie a pangolin. I'm not a scientist, so please disabuse me if I'm wrong. As Ms. Jouhou was the first "reporter&...Jump to post
Guess I'll ask Ms. Jouhou again....
Do you believe the SARS-CoV-2 virus was transmitted via a pangolin host?
You stated in your opening post of Jan. 14, "The cases all originate at a seafood market."
On what did you base that declaratory statement?
I bet she took off herself, knowing well what would happen if she stayed put and allowed the Chinese government to get to her You don't just "take off" in China. It happens to be the most heavily-surveilled country in the world. Not to mention the biometric controls they have on all citiz...Jump to post
olle wrote:Ny times writes a story that the number of cremations in wuhan has been much higher late 2019...
It's a zoonotic bat lineage betacoronavirus that has since been classified as a SARS virus and it likely has an intermediate host such as the pangolin or palm civet. The coronaviruses carried by Chinese bats and wildlife have been warned about since they've been discovered in the aftermath of SARS....Jump to post
I've been reaching out to every conservative I know and have helped prepare them and arm them with information early on, 9/10 understand the seriousness of the situation and were much more open to information if I mentioned other prominent conservatives agree with it. For all your excellent posts a...Jump to post
https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/26/us/flight-attendant-coronavirus-death/index.html What was his health history and did he have pre-existing conditions? We don't even know if it was Covid-19, though likely. How many active US flight attendant's die DAILY from one thing or another? Any loss of life is t...Jump to post
The NBA managed to get tests for asymptomatic players, I'm sure the FAA could for air traffic controllers if they try hard enough. Rather curious that...but not surprising. The NY money men have all the right contacts. Have you noticed the media near blackout on news concerning the numerous NBA pos...Jump to post
If New York mandates that the Staten Island Ferry stop operating, it would be only right and proper that New York mitigate the harm its direct action causes. Extraordinary times require extraordinary measures. Why do you seem to think that's so unreasonable? Where does NY get the money to "mit...Jump to post
For your comparison to work you’d have to explain to us how not using your boat (an item for pleasure of you and your friends) causes you financial hardship...? Not sure that "financial hardship" should be the abstract criteria that automatically qualifies someone for freshly-printed gove...Jump to post
Let’s take a real-World example that’s close to my heart. My small local pub is run by three brothers who brew their own beer and have a wood-fired pizza oven. It’s a great place and we and our neighbours love it. They have now been forced to close by direct action of the government. Do you think i...Jump to post
lightsaber wrote:Early on, Doctors were forbidden to discuss the CoronaVirus:
Jouhou wrote:It will be at least a year to develop a vaccine, which both the US and China have already started work on.
Likewise, the way the Chinese government was handling this outbreak and their attempts to minimize it and silence rumors was immediately suspicious to both the community of infectious disease professionals and enthusiasts and a SARS-traumatized Hong Kong. Why would the Chinese "attempt to mini...Jump to post
It’s understandable how a mayor of a city with far fewer resources and wealth would react to this. People are afraid. There is nothing to be understood by irrationality and ignorance. Relativism in a time of crisis is a bad look. "People are afraid" is NOT a mitigating excuse for an indiv...Jump to post
32andBelow wrote:The DOD is an employer banning travel like tons of other employers are doing.
32andBelow wrote:The DOD is actually very progressive on these issues. They’ve believe in climate change for decades now.
32andBelow wrote:The DOD shut down all domestic flying for military members.
It’s not business, it’s a once in a generation global catastrophe. Businesses can not mitigate for this. They will need propping up with public money to avoid untold damage to the very fabric of society for the next decade! Do you want 50% unemployment? Mass defaulting on mortgages etc? The threat ...Jump to post
No one wants to talk about the two 747's used to bring back US citizens from the ill-fated cruise ship in Japan?Jump to post
Please everyone, do not spread rumors. Cite sources. If this wasn't a personal tragedy, I would be tempted to laugh. Rumors are the mother's milk of the "entertainment" biz and it's attendant cretins. This isn’t an entertainment website. And I'm not the ambulance chaser at whom you should...Jump to post
Amazon-operated warehouse facility workers tend to be much-more-diverse (in terms of gender, LGBTQ, national origin, etc.) than almost any other operator, because Amazon's system is blind to anything other than performance, and so the common-denominator is people who enjoy working. If it's Monday, ...Jump to post
However, later the new CCTV video came out Jan 14, which proved that the first video was of the second missile, and the first missile exactly coincided with when the ADS-B went out. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/14/world/iran-plane-crash-video.html Gotta love the NY Times...it can get it's hands ...Jump to post
You have utterly no way to know that. Have it your way. The kids will be deeply, profoundly scarred for life. Call in the bleeding heart psychological and scientific "experts". Which is how your plaintiff lawyers will spin it to ensure the maximum pay out. Worst of all, there will be some...Jump to post
Regardless of age, they would have to demonztrate their continued competence of situations like this in a simulator every 6 months (at least we do in the UK). Regarding the comment about it being confusing with different pilots talking to ATC that's exactly how this situation should play out. If th...Jump to post
gatibosgru wrote:The amount of people in this thread giddy at a bad PR event for DL is hysterical. "Sucks for the kids, but suck it Delta!"
Delta PR will find a way to spin it though won't be easy with a bunch of burned kiddies. Helps to have friends in the Media. Delta legal will get the settlement signatures asap...back to business as usual.Jump to post
There were a few flights scheduled to depart between 5:45 and 6:20, they ended up delayed or canceled. IranAir IRA719 - 05:45a - delayed to 12:41p ATA TBZ6650 - 06:00a - canceled (?) (other sites show scheduled 05:30a departure) IranAir IRA721 - 06:20a - delayed to 07:49a Turkish Airlines THY899 - ...Jump to post
Departures out of IKA that morning: Lufthansa DLH601 - 02:43a Turkish Airlines THY875 - 03:35a Austrian AUA872 - 04:23a Aeroflot AFL513 - 04:31a Qatar Airways QTR491 - 05:01a Turkish Airlines THY873 - 05:07a AtlasGlobal KKK1185 - 05:17a Qatar Airways QTR8408 - 05:40a Ukraine International AUI752 - ...Jump to post
"Iranian Revolutionary Guard General takes blame: "I wish I were dead"" Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad just posted an article citing general Amir Ali Hajizadeh admitting on national Iranian TV it was one of his Revolutionary Guard units that shot down the plane. Here's the lin...Jump to post
Official reason given for the shootdown was that PS752 realized it was carrying too much fuel (due to fuel being cheaper in Iran) and planned to return to the airport. They deviated from their expected flightpath and PS752 was mistakenly shot down. And if you believe that I've got a deal on Idlib p...Jump to post
We are constantly told that iran is amazingly well educated and highly advanced. Well, those amazingly well educated iranians were those that were on that plane, not those on the ground controlling the TOR. Iran has been suffering massive brain drain for decades, so what is now left in Iran is most...Jump to post
captainmeeerkat wrote:How is it possible that so many intelligence services were sure 12 hours ago that there was nothing untoward with this incident and now we have the exact opposite? Surely they are looking at the same data as before
I have no affinity for the Iranian government and I think the plane was likely shot down, but most likely by accident. You should be a writer for B movies in Hollywood. Like they say...Truth is stranger than fiction. The Iranians are a lot of things but they don't "accidentally" shoot dow...Jump to post