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  • Q ~ Trust Trump's Plan ~ 12/21/20 Vol.319, Q Day 1151

    12/21/2020 1:43:50 AM PST · 5 of 2,163
    sand88 to ransomnote

    In early. Soon it will all unfold.

  • Jim Robinson and his family need our prayers.[JimRob update at reply 799]

    11/18/2020 10:53:37 PM PST · 546 of 985
    sand88 to JustAmy

    Prayers offered for the Robinson family.

  • Dominion's Voting Software "Allows Staff To Adjust Tally Based On Review Of Scanned Ballot Images". The Local Technician Is Able To Change The Votes As They Wish!

    11/17/2020 4:31:11 PM PST · 31 of 37
    sand88 to MtnClimber

    It sure looks like the manual line 2.27 would indicate that logs exist to see any fraudulent ballot changes and who did it.,

    It doesn't matter what the manual states.

    These machines were designed and programmed to steal elections. The log files will log "only" whatever they want to be seen.

  • Official President Donald J. Trump Legal Defense Donate Page

    11/10/2020 8:12:20 PM PST · 49 of 53
    sand88 to Oorang
    I could not click to DJTFP. We have been donating to his campaign but I NEVER want another penny to go to the traitorous RNC.

    It is so insulting that 40% must go to the corrupt RNC.

    In addition, there are too many "decline" check boxes that need to be unchecked.

    I want to donate more but I can't see how to get to DJTFP (RNC gets 0 %). Whoever designs his site must be a RAT. I am a full stack developer. I never would have such a tedious and annoying front-end. I am sure they have lost many donations because of their amateurish site.

  • Director Of The CIA Gina Haspel Just Walked Into McConnell's Office, Per Capitol Hill Pool

    11/10/2020 3:23:15 PM PST · 111 of 241
    sand88 to RushIsMyTeddyBear
    I wonder. And I ask if the hacking of our election was observed in real time?

    Unfortunately, wishful thinking. Most probable is that the CIA helped shield the hacking of our election.

    Nothing good comes from anyone in the top ranks of the CIA.

  • Official President Donald J. Trump Legal Defense Donate Page

    11/10/2020 10:27:17 AM PST · 12 of 53
    sand88 to JoSixChip
    Exactly what does this mean? I’m willing to donate to Trump, but not to the rnc.

    Exactly. My family, friends and I have been donating a lot to Trump. It is so damn frustrating if one cent goes to the RNC.

    I cannot understand why it isn't structured so that 100% goes to the Trump campaign. The evil RNC cannot wait to sabotage Trump.

  • LIVE THREAD: Election Day Results and Marathon Coverage

    11/03/2020 1:55:47 PM PST · 1,199 of 10,027
    sand88 to LS
    Reports from WI red counties are off the charts. NV Rs actually leading in Clark Co. So, yes, a landslide (i.e., MN, MI, WI, PA, NV) entirely possible

    I have Trump at 399 +/-7, minimum 362.

  • Trump camp: Turnout models confirm momentum shift to president, undercut Dems' 'Red Mirage' script

    11/03/2020 1:53:10 PM PST · 51 of 72
    sand88 to Pollard

    I have Trump at 399 +/-7, minimum 362.

  • Woman in SoCal, converted to Republican, interviewed at Trump rally says "California is going Red in November". Vid at link.

    10/05/2020 12:11:39 AM PDT · 59 of 59
    sand88 to fieldmarshaldj
    Nobody called the GOP the “Red” party until that Orwellian media switcheroo that year

    Agreed. The evil media's singular goal is the utter destruction of the United States, as founded.

    In order for our Republic to survive, the evil Marxist fake media will have to be dealt with. That time is approaching much sooner than most realize.

  • Woman in SoCal, converted to Republican, interviewed at Trump rally says "California is going Red in November". Vid at link.

    10/04/2020 12:19:06 PM PDT · 51 of 59
    sand88 to FreedomPoster
    It still pisses me off that the Dem media reversed the color associations during the 2000 elections. republicans had always been true blue patriots, Dems were red, the traditional color of communists going back to the 1800s

    The color map flipped in 1984.

    I remember one commentator (I think Peter Jennings) saying the networks chose the changed map because it sounded closer in pronunciation, Reagan -- Red. He said it would be easier to associate that way.

  • Corona Virus Daily Thread #34

    04/01/2020 11:30:11 AM PDT · 85 of 802
    sand88 to sand88; ProtectOurFreedom
    Opps, hopefully this is correct vitamin C study link

    VITAMIN C, TITRATING TO BOWEL TOLERANCE, ANASCORBEMIA, AND ACUTE INDUCED SCURVY

  • Corona Virus Daily Thread #34

    04/01/2020 11:16:34 AM PDT · 68 of 802
    sand88 to ProtectOurFreedom
    “Vit C 3g IV q 6 hourly” — 3 GRAMS intravenously every 6 hours? That’s 12 grams per day.

    RDA is 0.090 grams per day. The tolerable upper intake level, or UL, of vitamin C for adults ages 19 and older is 2 grams per day.

    This is from my reply post on March 3rd.

    I almost died from a very bad lung infection. That's when I extensively researched Vitamin C (almost 25 years ago). Vitamin C is a lifesaver for me. Since taking Vitamin C, I have only missed four days of work because of illness.

    Among other vitamins mentioned earlier by others, I take on average 15-20,000mg of Vitamin C per day. I may skip 1-2 days a week...

    The two occasions I caught a bad bug, I took a regimen of 20,000 mg every 2-4 hours. I have taken up to 160,000mg in a 24 hour period. Whatever bug I had was knocked out within 48 hours. No Antibiotics in over 20 years.

    The body will tell you when it has absorbed all the Vitamin C it needs; it will "flush" any excess. You cannot overdose on vitamin C.

    Below is an fascinating paper from a doctor in 1981

    VITAMIN C, TITRATING TO BOWEL TOLERANCE, ANASCORBEMIA, AND ACUTE INDUCED SCURVY

  • Can VITAMIN C beat coronavirus? It boosts brains, combats sepsis and tackles colds… no wonder China’s doctors are racing to test its effects on deadly outbreak

    03/02/2020 10:36:35 PM PST · 78 of 80
    sand88 to RummyChick
    I almost died from a very bad lung infection. That's when I extensively researched Vitamin C (almost 25 years ago). Vitamin C is a lifesaver for me. Since taking Vitamin C, I have only missed four days of work because of illness.

    Among other vitamins mentioned earlier by others, I take on average 15-20,000mg of Vitamin C per day. I may skip 1-2 days a week. I use Pharmaceutical Grade Vitamin C crystals. I mixed them in with warm water and let it dissolve. I use powder because it would take too many pills for the same dosage, lol.

    The two occasions I caught a bad bug, I took a regimen of 20,000 mg every 2-4 hours. I have taken up to 160,000mg in a 24 hour period. Whatever bug I had was knocked out within 48 hours. No Antibiotics in over 20 years.

    The body will tell you when it has absorbed all the Vitamin C it needs; it will "flush" any excess.

  • 2ndDivisionVet has passed away

    11/12/2019 11:54:15 AM PST · 1,015 of 1,148
    sand88 to Vendome

    Unexpected and very sad news. Even though we never met I feel I lost a close friend. His work at FR was unequaled. Prayers and condolences to his family. May he rest in peace.

  • Q Anon: 08/11/19 Trust Trump’s Plan ~ Vol.169, Q Day 653

    08/13/2019 10:35:19 PM PDT · 1,323 of 1,915
    sand88 to rx; generally
    Einstein's Nobel was of the same ilk as Obama's--a foray into public relations

    Time does not permit me to post much to FR anymore. But your post warrants a response. Your relentless degeneration of Einstein and his achievements is baffling and a bit disturbing.

    Einstein was called a "fuzzy-haired idiot" by Nikola Tesla.

    In many of Tesla's writings it is apparent that he is jealous of Einstein's achievements. Tesla did not learn Tensor Calculus so he could not comprehend the mathematics of General Relativity. Tesla only had two years of formal university education.

    Einstein and Tesla were both geniuses.

    Einstein's General Theory of Relativity is recognized as one of the greatest intellectual achievements in history.

    When the General Theory was published all of the great scientific minds, Planck, Bohr, Eddington, et al recognized the greatness of Einsteins achievement. It is said that scarcely a dozen people could understand the difficult mathematics involved.

    In 1905 Einstein published three papers any of which would have garnered a Noble Prize. His published output is all available at Princeton online. He produced an amazing amount of work.

    I have many books on Tesla and Einstein. Both are fascinating men. I admire them both. The mathematics of Relativity is Tensors. Einstein's Field equations are the result of pure genius. Anyone who has studied the details and derivations of Einstein's Field Equations are humbled.

    Al was up for consideration for a Nobel Prize in 1921, the year before he actually got it, but in 1921 the committee declared that none of the nominees was worthy of the award. A year later, although nothing remarkable had changed in Einstein's work, the committee honored him with the award.

    Anti-semitism played a strong role in not awarding Einstein the prize in 1921. Also, the incredible complexity of Relativity made some on the Nobel Committee hesitant.

    Your relentless slandering of Einstein is quite bizarre. Notwithstanding your hateful comments on Einstein, the vast majority of theoretical physicists and mathematicians today would tell you that a genius on the level of Einstein only happens once every 200-300 years.

    Thank you for your time.

  • Face to Face with a Cosmic Wonder

    04/22/2019 12:47:51 AM PDT · 10 of 12
    sand88 to DUMBGRUNT
    That said, writer Wilczek is a very sharp cookie, I doubt he would need to mislead you.

    My choice of the word, mislead, was not appropriate to what I was intending to convey. It was a poor choice. For his sentence,

    The black hole is enormous, with a radius of roughly 9 billion miles...

    I was thinking the following when reading the sentence:

    This statement will have most readers incorrectly assuming that a black hole would have an actual radius of 9 billion miles.

  • Face to Face with a Cosmic Wonder

    04/21/2019 11:18:25 AM PDT · 5 of 12
    sand88 to DUMBGRUNT
    The black hole is enormous, with a radius of roughly 9 billion miles...

    This statement is a bit misleading. I assume the author is describing the Schwarzschild radius which is the radius of the boundary of Black hole. It is commonly known as the event horizon.

    The event horizon is the boundary defining the region of space around a black hole from which nothing can escape, not even light.

    Under General Relativity, a non-rotating black hole is contained in a region of infinitely small volume, where the curvature of space–time is infinite.

  • Hal Blaine, Wrecking Crew Drummer and Rock Hall of Fame Member, Dies at 90

    03/11/2019 4:42:55 PM PDT · 18 of 64
    sand88 to DeathBeforeDishonor1
    Very interesting tidbit from the description of a youTube of "Be My Baby."

    Band: The Wrecking Crew with Hal Blaine on drums with his famous intro. That famous drum intro was an accident. Hal Blaine said: "I was supposed to play the snare on the second beat as well as the fourth, but I dropped a stick. Being the faker I was in those days, I left the mistake in and it became: “Bum-ba-bum-BOOM!” And soon everyone wanted that beat.

    No less an authority than Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys has declared 'Be My Baby' the greatest pop record ever made.The song drove Brian Wilson mad with envy. Wilson says it is his favorite record, stating in Q Magazine's 1001 Best songs Ever: "This is a special one for me. What a great sound, the Wall of Sound. Boy, first heard this on the car radio and I had to pull off the road, I couldn't believe it. The choruses blew me away; the strings are the melody of love. It has the promise to make the world better."

  • Favorite VPN Recommended by Freepers

    03/06/2019 11:49:40 PM PST · 56 of 66
    sand88 to SirFishalot
    Believe what you want, but I do know he says VPN's pose absolutely no obstacle in his investigations, he says the ISP logs have everything he needs

    Under a functioning VPN (including an automatic Kill-Switch) there can be no snooping. The ISP would only see packets going back and forth from the suspect's computer and the VPN server. The contents of those packets would appear as meaningless gibberish.

    Most, if not all, VPN providers use encryption that is impossible to break by any local law enforcement. I seriously doubt the NSA can crack AES-256.

    We will have to agree to disagree.

  • Favorite VPN Recommended by Freepers

    03/05/2019 5:23:27 PM PST · 50 of 66
    sand88 to SirFishalot; Openurmind; 100American; ShadowAce
    He tells me VPNs do not hide your activity or addresses you visit from your ISP,

    Incorrect if your VPN provider is using the best VPN protocols, i.e. OpenVPN. When such a VPN connection is operating, the traffic sent between you and the VPN Server is encrypted. Your ISP will not be able to see in plain text what you are doing online -- the web sites you visit or any data exchanged.

    that they really only obscure your IP address from sites you visit.

    this is true.