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Hodar 1 point ago +1 / -0

And the questions themselves could be answered in such a way that Pres Trump will once again show the world how completely corrupt the system is

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Hodar 2 points ago +2 / -0

In telecommunications, long-term evolution (LTE) is a standard for wireless broadband communication for mobile devices and data terminals, based on the GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA standards. It improves on those standards' capacity and speed by using a different radio interface and core network improvements.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LTE_(telecommunication)

LTE is the encrypted protocol. 5G are the grouping of signals this protocol uses. The protocol is encrypted using a variety of technologies. This is required to differentiate corrupt data from good, and iso non-time dependent or isotonic data. A conversation can have ms dropped and our brain will fill in the voids. But a .pdf file can arrive in any order and be reassembled without user knowledge.

Frequency range on 5G not only takes significantly more power, but frequencies also interfere with water vapor tracking radar frequencies, which will cause weather tracking difficulties in many nations. The USA being one of them

https://usradioguy.com/satellites/noaa-requests-proposals-to-limit-5g-6g-interference/

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Hodar 5 points ago +5 / -0

I cannot believe that people think 5th Gen (5G) telephone LTE is the same thing as 5GHz on their WiFi router. Had to convince coworkers that they are not the same, as they disables the 5GHz channel on the router, and aluminum wrapped a box for the router.

Now they are amazed at how fast the internet is. And when you figure out encryption on this scale; and low power - it just is frustrating to try to explain. There is a huge difference between RF and acoustic signals

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Hodar 11 points ago +11 / -0

But Hospitals and administrators do not understand logic, ethics, morals or obscure emotions like caring about a child, spouse or parent. Expecting them to care is a fools errand

But they DO UNDERSTAND $$$. So speak to them on the only level they care about

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Hodar 7 points ago +7 / -0

When I hear the “experts” criticize anything Pres Trump suggests; that tells me that Pres Trump is very likely correct, yet again

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Hodar 3 points ago +3 / -0

Who gave the EU authority to dictate how many “illegal parasites” Hungary has to allow

Bottom line: refuse to pay, and even if they have to - it’s a hell of a bargain. At least they still have a country

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Hodar 6 points ago +6 / -0

First instance IAM aware of SMART was your hard drive in your laptop or PC. A SMART enabled hard drive would report temperature, speed fluctuations on the hard drive, error rates on data transfers, g-forces and anything else that would warn the Sys Admin of a pending failure; so they could transfer data off the drive before it failed, and replace the bad drive with a fresh one

Nothing but good things. How times have changed

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Hodar 1 point ago +1 / -0

But but but 80 Million votes for Biden, in the most honest and secure election in world history /s

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Hodar 2 points ago +2 / -0

There isn’t much lithium in those small batteries; but it is very, very pure. Shredding it will mix up whatever is outside with the pure contents.

Lithium is a unique material in that it will evaporate into a lithium dioxide particulate or go gaseous

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Hodar 3 points ago +3 / -0

EV is just 1 point of reference. Hand tools, cell phones, municipal power storage, home solar or wind turbine storage.

Evs were simply a blip on the radar. Until Fusion is cheaply and economically viable, storage is a great transition

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Hodar 1 point ago +2 / -1

Lithium in brine is somewhat limited. Only about 1200p or 0.12% will dissolve. But when you frac you are drilling through lithium bearing clay, which can be substantially higher. 12,000ppm isn’t out of range for some

But battery tech is advancing phenomenally. More developments in the last 20years than since the discovery of electricity. Lithium is a great mobile metal ion; but its cost has dropped from $65k/mton to $16k/mton. And new technology means less Lithium and more durable, cheaper and faster charging tech probably less than 10 years from now.

Sodium looks like a great solution, Nickel and copper aren’t going away

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Hodar 3 points ago +3 / -0

Utah Gold backs They are beautiful and gold vapor disposition on Mylar. Works of art, intrinsically valuable based on the weight of gold built into each bill.

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Hodar 7 points ago +9 / -2

Beg to disagree.
Time to get medieval, because giving a monster the mercy that he denied millions, isn't justice.

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Hodar 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hmmm, I'll take bets.

Bet a Diet Coke or soft drink of choice that those OVERWHELMINGLY affected, are those who took the "perfectly safe and effective" COVID vaccine.

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Hodar 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm prepared to die fighting for my home, and I am adequately prepared to repel invaders. So, come and take it; just don't expect the exchange to be peaceful. I would expect the invaders to struggle at first, but find eternal peace shortly after entering.

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Hodar 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is far more believable, than the "safest and most secure vote in history", or believing that Biden can make a complete sentence.

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Hodar 8 points ago +8 / -0

I believe we are, and have for decades, been ruled by a vocal, immoral, malicious minority. I do not find anywhere near 50% of the public I see, as being Liberal.

Then again, I work for a living

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Hodar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just think, we are GIVING ILLEGAL ALIENS much more than we are paying a legal age, American burger-flipper.

Our Vets are homeless, our elderly can't afford to keep their homes, medicine or even eat - but we have endless money for foreign dictators, terrorists, and invaders.

I suggest rope as the cure.

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Hodar 1 point ago +1 / -0

As an old geezer, I beg to disagree

Never underestimate the limited of stupidity.

To paraphrase Albert Einstein, "There are limits to human intelligence, but no limits on human stupidity".

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Hodar 0 points ago +1 / -1

Just because Sweden sent an aircraft full of armored vehicles, doesn't mean it's going to land - oh, it will hit the ground alrighty, but it may not be under control when it does.

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