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    Wife heard a tree fall about an hour ago. In the...

    Wife heard a tree fall about an hour ago. In the direction of the creek so beaver maybe since there isn't much wind today.

    Other than that can't much say. Haven't been to town in almost 3 weeks...
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    "jumps" back to 1800 W, or climbs back up to full...

    "jumps" back to 1800 W, or climbs back up to full power? That it's only seen when operating on USB really narrows it down, have a schematic or a service manual/circuit description from the amp...
  3. Science(!) for the win Mad Trapper, great post. ...

    Science(!) for the win Mad Trapper, great post.

    A couple simple solutions for disinfecting skin (not eyes and not for potable water) and surfaces, using the 68-73% calcium hypochlorite (pool...
  4. Thread: Outbreak in US?

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    Right, and watch what they're doing not what...

    Right, and watch what they're doing not what they're saying. I'd bet the WHO will declare it a pandemic soon and there will be many, many, more cases in the US in the next few months.
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    Better than a 2x6 wood framed one anyway. I...

    Better than a 2x6 wood framed one anyway. I looked at just about every form of house construction (geodesic dome, concrete block, steel frame, SIP, straw bale, etc) before we built our home, and...
  6. Thread: Help with SSB

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    Not really, I own a couple Yeasu 2 meter radios...

    Not really, I own a couple Yeasu 2 meter radios that have been reliable, and I hear the Yeasu HF ones are pretty good too so I'd probably go with them.
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    SSB would mostly be for listening to HF amateur...

    SSB would mostly be for listening to HF amateur radio operators, although the military still uses it for some routine traffic I think. Most shortwave broadcast stations, Voice of America, Radio...
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    Thanks for bumping this thread MountainGirl, I...

    Thanks for bumping this thread MountainGirl, I searched back through a couple years of posts when I joined but somehow missed this one entirely. Great setup, and not just the solar power but the...
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    Yes on both, 2 banks killed (BOL) and I did see...

    Yes on both, 2 banks killed (BOL) and I did see your post. Hadn't seen it before, will definitely be reading but the dinner bell is ringing so likely tomorrow. Those are Rolls/Surrette batts right?...
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    Yep, do the math, you can't fool physics :) ...

    Yep, do the math, you can't fool physics :)

    I killed 8 Trojan T-105's trying to do that, basically. The first bank of 4 (2 in series for 12v, and a second string in parallel) inside two years...
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    Slippy It's usually best to determine how much...

    Slippy It's usually best to determine how much power you need first and size the system based on that. 60 watts for light (whether one 60 watt bulb or multiple LEDs equaling 60 watts) for 1 hour a...
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    Post-Exposure Prevention post at survivalblog. ...

    Post-Exposure Prevention post at survivalblog.
    https://survivalblog.com/post-exposure-prevention-pep-protocol-jj-mi/

    Seems reasonable, and compact enough for EDC.
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    Was looking up what the CDC/WHO recommend for...

    Was looking up what the CDC/WHO recommend for post-exposure prophalyxis (PEP) if you think you've been exposed to 2019-nCoV, or any other dangerous coronaviruses for that matter, and the answer seems...
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    https://news.yahoo.com/time-im-scared-experts-fear...

    https://news.yahoo.com/time-im-scared-experts-fear-too-china-virus-103855664.html
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    Quercetin is another flavonoid that inhibits the...

    Quercetin is another flavonoid that inhibits the TNF cytokine according to https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4926454/. Onions have a high concentrations of quercetin naturally, and the...
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    No problem at all, enjoy researching things like...

    No problem at all, enjoy researching things like this. And if beer is therapeutic, then I may already be immune to 2019-nCoV :)
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    For disinfecting items: ...

    For disinfecting items:
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    Slow day at work so was doing a little research...

    Slow day at work so was doing a little research on this. I'm not a Dr, but FWIW... On elderberry, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11399518 ,



    This is not what we want for treating...
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    Caution may be warranted on the use of...

    Caution may be warranted on the use of elderberries, it's believed their effectiveness against viruses are by simulating cytokine production, cytokines being an immune response. Normally that's a...
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    Or escape a quarantined city. Wuhan ground to...

    Or escape a quarantined city.

    Wuhan ground to a halt on Thursday as the travel ban came into effect.

    The three main railway stations, 13 bus stations, the entire subway network and almost all...
  21. Thread: Storing Oils

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    According to FEMA, stored properly vegetable oils...

    According to FEMA, stored properly vegetable oils can be stored indefinitely https://www.fema.gov/pdf/library/f%26web.pdf

    Not sure how they define "properly", but unopened and at about 60-65...
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    Commander Zero post about Venezuelan...

    Commander Zero post about Venezuelan migrants/refugees, with a link to a LA Times article: Article ? Blankets, canned tuna and faith in God ? how fleeing Venezuelans survive | Notes From The Bunker...
  23. Thread: Snow is coming

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    Adapt and overcome. To see over the hood: ...

    Adapt and overcome. To see over the hood:

    http://imarketsmart.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/telephone-books_books.jpg

    So you can still reach the peddles:
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  24. Thread: Anyone a WFR?

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    No... sadly. There was a company offering...

    No... sadly. There was a company offering classes about 3 hours away, 5 days long, 8-5. Was thinking about using vacation time and getting a room nearby to take it, and while I was procrastinating...
  25. Thread: Snow is coming

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    Glad to hear it wasn't anything worse. A...

    Glad to hear it wasn't anything worse. A concussion isn't trivial though, especially when snowed in. Keep a close eye on him, and get comfortable driving that nice truck (Ram and Western plow?) I...
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