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  1. The excess deaths were at least double the...

    The excess deaths were at least double the official coronavirus deaths for similar reasons to what Javanruth gave in his example. they were only counting hospital deaths not the actual numbers.
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    Range of Value. How to Properly Use and...

    Range of Value.

    How to Properly Use and Interpret an ISO 17025 Calibration Certificate | Calibration Awareness
  3. That VFD has a relay output that can be...

    That VFD has a relay output that can be programmed to switch when the VFD is in the running state. page 4-52 of the manual gives the overview. 1-10 gives the relay current ratings. You may need to...
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    Work hardening due to a pause at the start of the...

    Work hardening due to a pause at the start of the job?
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    The most likely problem is that the Variac in the...

    The most likely problem is that the Variac in the control box on the right of the bed has burned out. They can be replaced like-for-like. If you were very lucky, there will just be a blown fuse, but...
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    No. Not high. Just Insistent on the correct use...

    No. Not high. Just Insistent on the correct use of the terminology. Your example is of a live centre.

    A dead centre remains stationary and the part rotates on it. It is normally hardened. One dead...
  7. Am I missing the sarcasm in this post? ...

    Am I missing the sarcasm in this post?

    Hydroxychloroquine for covid-19: the end of the line? | The BMJ
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    Where else would you use it? If it were in the...

    Where else would you use it? If it were in the headstock it would be a live centre.

    A 'full' dead centre or a rotating centre in the tailstock may limit access to the part where a half dead centre...
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    The mail forwarder doesn't have a reverse dns...

    The mail forwarder doesn't have a reverse dns entry. This is bad, but not a certain indicator of spam.

    Google and Yahoo! like to make things difficult for everyone else's mail setups without...
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    But that variant is considerably different from...

    But that variant is considerably different from the later Max-8 variant. Different wings (to some extent), different engines and engine pylons, different software.
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    Stop that! I'm remembering the days when Hewlett...

    Stop that! I'm remembering the days when Hewlett Packard made excellent instruments and computers that could control them. And supported both. :bawling:
  12. Might I humbly suggest that that, in itself,...

    Might I humbly suggest that that, in itself, constitutes obstruction of justice?
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    Warning:- It's heavy going!

    Warning:- It's heavy going!
  14. I think you'll find that they aren't at all top...

    I think you'll find that they aren't at all top heavy. There's a lot more mass in the base than there is in the column.

    Plus one on the correct lifting procedure. Get a manual from lathes.co.uk if...
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    IIRC SAE 90 gear oil is far less viscous than...

    IIRC SAE 90 gear oil is far less viscous than ISO220 way oil.
  16. In the US, it's tempered soda-lime glass. In...

    In the US, it's tempered soda-lime glass. In Europe it's borosilicate. Wikipedia article.

    Borosiilicate glass has a low coefficient of thermal expansion, so doesn't shatter when heated. Tempered...
  17. something like these:- Wanner grease guns...

    something like these:- Wanner grease guns

    Use the 38410 concave nozzle.

    That's what I use for a number of this type of nipples on my machines.

    There's bound to be a US supplier somewhere,...
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    I was using the milling machine to cut tennons...

    I was using the milling machine to cut tennons and mortices for a framed, ledged and braced garden gate today. It's a bit more controllable than the router table.
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    The reason that smooth mating surfaces are held...

    The reason that smooth mating surfaces are held more tightly by magnetic force than rough/non mating ones is twofold:-
    1) The force depends on the rate of change of magnetic field strength with...
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    And a US citizen living in germany is still...

    And a US citizen living in germany is still liable to US income tax. Sales taxes are levied by states in the US. Companies that have any US presence are subject to US taxes.

    Cry me a river, the...
  21. He is obviously a Muslim, just look at his midle...

    He is obviously a Muslim, just look at his midle name (John). Where's his birth certificate? was he born in Queens or in Qatar? He must be a foreigner, since he's never filled in a US tax return!

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  22. Square D (and other) panels can be used for many...

    Square D (and other) panels can be used for many things other than building electrical service...
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    Couple of points:- Ground parts will often...

    Couple of points:-

    Ground parts will often 'wring' together, it's usually residual magnetism, not actual wringing. Even cast iron will do this. A few taps on the unground parts with a hammer will...
  24. It doesn't matter now, because no one's going to...

    It doesn't matter now, because no one's going to be hear any of his little fibs anymore. Apparently, they're all classified:-

    "I will consider every conversation with me as president highly ...
  25. It isn't a treatment for the virus, it helps the...

    It isn't a treatment for the virus, it helps the lungs work better when they are being clogged up by the effects of the virus, like in asthma or COPD. No benefits for most patients, but significant...
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