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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #40 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 10:53:06 »
No, la 50 merge, la alte vârste nu știu.
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #41 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 11:15:23 »
blueice - incerc sa iti trimit un mesaj dar se pare ca nu primesti mesaje pe site-ul asta?
Te pot contacta pe un email? Am ceva intrebari.

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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #42 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 11:40:54 »
Am șters mesajul să nu-mi culeagă info personale vreun robot. Oricum, a ajuns la cine trebuie.
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #43 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 11:52:43 »
Mersi. Ai un mesaj.
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #44 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 11:54:14 »
cum le dati voi apa la moara parazitilor care alearga dupa info personale gen grupalu, ofof


in curand te regasesti pe vreo lista...
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #45 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 12:00:58 »
No, problem fixed.
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #46 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 12:38:52 »
S-a dus naibii si padurea.

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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #47 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 13:24:20 »
S-a dus naibii si padurea.

Nope, nu cât suntem noi prin ea. Nu numai că nu distrugem nimic, ba îi și mai speriem pe hoții de lemne. Ba încă și mai mult: culegem și deșeurile lăsate de turiștii "normali"
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #48 on: Monday 06 December 2021, 13:34:02 »
frumos, e fun sa petreci timp in natura si cu sporturi motorizate
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #49 on: Tuesday 07 December 2021, 20:50:47 »
stai un pic domnul blueice, in Romania spui ca e un fel de bufet chinois, fara amenzi, fara masca. Hai sa vorbim si despre limite covidiene. tocmai aici e timpul sa stim pina unde ne ajunge dreptul de a face ceva. In rest, iti salutam ideea de hoinar motorizat
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #50 on: Wednesday 08 December 2021, 02:03:37 »
@garlic. Fals, n-am zis așa ceva. Dimpotrivă, e plin de botnițați și mai e și obligatoriu. Pentru ei. nu și pentru mine. De aceea am și plecat din Canada, pentru a-mi permite să sfidez sistemul, ori acolo știm cu toții că nu se poate.
Eu mi-am construit o lume paralelă cu a lor în care nu mă întreabă nimeni de botniță/vaccin. Ar fi și foarte greu, prin pădure, la mama naibii.
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« Reply #51 on: Wednesday 08 December 2021, 09:45:13 »
Cu primul e mai greu, dup-aia prinzi curaj. :)

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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #52 on: Wednesday 08 December 2021, 11:46:18 »
stai un pic domnul blueice, in Romania spui ca e un fel de bufet chinois, fara amenzi, fara masca. Hai sa vorbim si despre limite covidiene. tocmai aici e timpul sa stim pina unde ne ajunge dreptul de a face ceva. In rest, iti salutam ideea de hoinar motorizat

Eu nu inteleg de ce atunci cind cineva face un pas, oricare ar fi ala, altii incep sa compare ce-i acolo cu ce-i dincolo, ca poate a plecat de la mai bine si se duce la mai rau. So what? E decizia fiecaruia si nu prea stim noi, romanii, ca neam, sa incurajam pe altii sa nu se uite in urma si sa-si urmeze calea X.

Eu te felicit, blueice. Sa ai noroc in Romania.

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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #53 on: Wednesday 08 December 2021, 13:02:23 »
qwerti - ai primit mesajul meu?
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« Reply #54 on: Wednesday 08 December 2021, 13:18:23 »
Eu nu inteleg de ce atunci cind cineva face un pas, oricare ar fi ala, altii incep sa compare ce-i acolo cu ce-i dincolo, ca poate a plecat de la mai bine si se duce la mai rau. So what? E decizia fiecaruia si nu prea stim noi, romanii, ca neam, sa incurajam pe altii sa nu se uite in urma si sa-si urmeze calea X.

Eu te felicit, blueice. Sa ai noroc in Romania.

In primul rand , oamenii sunt oameni si cu toti suntem asa , ca de n-am fi , aceasta tacla nu ar exista . Personal , cred ca e bine ca oamenii sa fie lasati sa-si dea cu parerea dar pericolul nu sunt intotdeauna cei care isi dau cu parerea , pericolul sunt de multre ori si cei care nu stiu sa faca un descernamant . Cand unul mentioneaza negativ fapta altuia , la fel de rau intentionata poate fi luata si mentiunea pozitiva a altora .
 Si totusi ( I pac) , chiar daca opiniile unora nu se potrivesc cu realitatea , suntem la fel de vinovati neluand o opinie rea in seama , ca si atunci cand refuzam o opinie buna.
 Cunosc persoane care nu au luat deloc in seama opiniile altgora si mai ales pe cele bune iar acum isi plang in pumni . Au plecat milionari in Romania si s-au intors cu bani de imprumut .
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« Reply #55 on: Wednesday 08 December 2021, 13:59:30 »
pana una-alta in RO se instaureaza oficial totalitarismul cu promovarea rapida de modificari ale Constitutiei pt limitarea drepturilor si libertatilor actuale in scopul "binelui public" (ceva ce comunistii doar au visat), a se asculta discursul lui Iohannis de ieri

cred ca nici pe plaiurile alea nu-s solutii sa scapi de colectivisti pe termen lung, parerea mea
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #56 on: Wednesday 08 December 2021, 16:45:15 »
pana una-alta in RO se instaureaza oficial totalitarismul cu promovarea rapida de modificari ale Constitutiei pt limitarea drepturilor si libertatilor actuale in scopul "binelui public" (ceva ce comunistii doar au visat), a se asculta discursul lui Iohannis de ieri

cred ca nici pe plaiurile alea nu-s solutii sa scapi de colectivisti pe termen lung, parerea mea
Diferenta majora este ca in Romania ca si inainte de '89, te poti descurca daca ai ce sa dai la schimb. In fapt, societatea de azi din Ro este foarte asemanatoare cu ce era inainte de '89, inclusiv facutul frigului ori statul fara apa calda, vezi Bucale si alte mari orase.
In Romania nu ai ce sa cauti la oras, cu bani te descurci mult mai bine la tara, si eu as alege tot zona adiacenta Brasovului. Faci 2-3 shpritzuri strasnice cu primarul, popa si doctorul si esti aranjat.  ;)
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #57 on: Saturday 11 December 2021, 11:56:55 »
COVID-19 Milestones
As we enter the third year of living with coronavirus, here are some of the most significant milestones in the spread of - and response to - the pandemic.
DECEMBER 2019
The first ‘pneumonia-like’ symptoms of COVID-19 appeared in early December 2019, with some sources suggesting similar symptoms appeared in November.

On 31 December, the World Health Organization (WHO) was informed about a cluster of cases of pneumonia in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China.
JANUARY 2020
On the first day of the new year, Huanan seafood market was shut down over links to the new disease. Three days later, the WHO reported a cluster of pneumonia cases on social media, with no deaths, in Wuhan.
FEBRUARY 2020
The first coronavirus death outside China was reported on 2 February - a man in his 40s from the Philippines. Three days later, more than 3,600 passengers were quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Yokohama, Japan, as many passengers tested positive.
MARCH 2020
The WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic on 11 March, due to the rapid increase in the number of cases outside China. Two days later, the WHO launched the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund to receive donations from private individuals, corporations and institutions.
APRIL 2020
Cases pass 1 million on 1 April, while COVID-19 deaths pass 100,000 on 10 April.

In the US, figures showed nearly 10 million Americans had applied for unemployment benefits as a result of job losses caused by the disease.

On 6 April, the WHO estimated almost 90% of students were affected by school closures.

On 15 April, cases passed 2 million and Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, announced the virus-hit city would begin daily antibody testing for 2,000 essential workers, hoping to expand to 100,000 tests a day.
MAY 2020
On 1 May, the US Food and Drug Administration issued emergency approval for the hepatitis and Ebola treatment, Remdesivir, to be used as COVID-19 treatment. The medicine was shown to help the conditions of seriously ill patients.
JUNE 2020
On 7 June, 136,000 cases, the highest number in a single day, were reported. The number of cases in the US passed 2 million on 11 June.

On 28 June, global cases passed 10 million, only six days after reaching nine million, while deaths passed 500,000.
SEPTEMBER 2020
Trials of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine showed no serious side effects and elicited an antibody response, while Johnson & Johnson launched Phase 3 trials of its vaccine candidate.

The US recorded 200,000 COVID-19 deaths, the highest of any country.

By the end of the month, the world had reached the grim milestone of 1 million COVID-19 deaths.
NOVEMBER 2020
Globally confirmed cases passed 50 million, while more than 1.25 million had died from COVID-19.

Pfizer announced its vaccine candidate created with BioNTech was found to be more than 90% effective in preventing COVID-19 in participants without evidence of prior SARS-CoV-2 infection in the first interim efficacy analysis.

Two days later, it was announced the Sputnik V vaccine had been found to be 92% effective in the first interim analysis.

On 16 November, Moderna announced its Phase 3 trial data showed the vaccine to be more than 94% effective.

The following week, the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca, announced its Phase 3 interim analysis results showed the vaccine was between 62% and 90% effective depending on different dose regimens.
DECEMBER 2020
Confirmed cases surpassed 80 million. The WHO declared the B.1.351 variant - commonly known as the Beta variant, first documented in South Africa - a variant of concern.

On 2 December, the UK became the first country to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, followed two days later by Bahrain.

A 90-year-old grandmother in the UK became the first person in the world to receive a COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine on 8 December.

On 31 December, exactly a year after it was first informed about a cluster of coronavirus cases, the WHO issued emergency use validation for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, the first COVID-19 vaccine to receive one.
FEBRUARY 2021
The WHO Director-General declared global vaccinations had surpassed the number of reported COVID-19 infections, although more than three quarters of those vaccinated lived in 10 countries.

The WHO listed two versions of the Astrazeneca vaccine for emergency use, allowing them to be rolled out globally through the COVAX facility.

G7 nations committed $4.3 billion to finance global access to tests, treatments and vaccines, part of a total commitment of $10.3 billion.

14 February marked the one year anniversary of Africa’s first reported COVID-19 case, in Egypt.
APRIL 2021
A grim milestone was reached as confirmed global deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic passed 3 million, as the number of confirmed cases worldwide passed 150 million.

19 April marked the end of a week with 5.2 million cases reported, the highest rate since the pandemic started.

India recorded 315, 735 new cases on 21 April, the world’s highest recorded single-day total in any country.

The WHO declared the B.1.351 variant - AKA the Beta variant, first documented in South Africa - a variant of concern.
MAY 2021
On 7 May, the Beijing-based Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine was added to the WHO’s list of vaccines approved for emergency use.

A new coronavirus strain first detected - the Delta variant first detected in India - was declared a "variant of concern" by WHO experts on 11 May.
JULY 2021
The European Union launched its digital COVID-19 certificate on 1 July, which confirmed EU citizens’ vaccination status required to move between member states.

7 July saw confirmed COVID-19 deaths around the world pass the 4 million milestone.

A new World Bank financing mechanism was launched to support developing nations to purchase COVID-19 vaccines supplies through the COVAX vaccine-access programme.
SEPTEMBER 2021
Uneven vaccine rollout saw African nations receive just 2% of the 5.7 billion doses administered around the world, the WHO announced.

Johnson & Johnson released results of a real-world study showing a 74% efficacy rating for its COVID-19 vaccine.

The UN warned that economic disruption from the pandemic would leave developing countries $12 trillion poorer through 2025.

OCTOBER 2021
India passed the milestone of administering 1 billion COVID-19 vaccinations.
Pharmaceutical company Merck revealed study results showing its antiviral pill treatment reduced by half the risk of hospitalization or death from COVID-19 when administered during early infection.

NOVEMBER 2021
The global death toll from the pandemic surpassed 5 million lives on 1 November.

Bharat Biotech's Covaxin became the eighth addition to the WHO’s list of vaccines approved for emergency use.

Trials of Pfizer COVID-19 antiviral pill reduced risk of hospitalization or death by 89% a study showed.
DECEMBER 2021
In the first week of December, the Delta strain of COVID-19 remains the dominant variant worldwide.

Existing pandemic data and uncertainty around the impact of the Omicron variant have prompted the WHO to renew calls for people to be vaccinated when their turn comes, in order to save lives.
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #58 on: Saturday 11 December 2021, 13:07:38 »
"I started off firmly in the wait-and-see camp on mRNA vaccines. Thanks to the volumes of data and information provided by pharmaceutical companies and regulators, as well as large numbers of trials from independently funded research groups around the world, I now trust that they’re safe for the vast majority of adults.

I also think it makes a lot of sense to look for pre-existing drugs that can help treat covid symptoms. Over the next few years, millions of unvaccinated people are going to get covid; it’s vital to try to mitigate their suffering, as well as lessen pressure on the health care system.

But the best way to help people is through rigorous trials that show what drugs help which people, and at what doses and times—not by basing entire protocols on incredibly limited evidence.

Unfortunately, as Jeffrey Morris at UPenn points out, public health officials and scientists have done plenty to undermine their own authority, like claiming masks don’t work, downplaying the natural immunity conveyed by previous covid infections, and not doing enough public communication about vaccine safety surveillance systems.

”We don’t want to feed the anti-vaccine trolls, so we actively suppress clear scientific data. Now we’ve lost the high ground,” Morris told me.

And that is what has allowed Kirsch, and people like him, to become so influential. It’s a cycle that feeds mistrust and boosts the profiles of influencers who present themselves in opposition to official authorities.

“The collateral damage is that, now, a lot of people don’t trust scientific leaders or the scientific community. They’re finding alternative leaders to follow,” Morris said. “That’s what creates some of these heroes.”
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Re: Drepturile omului fara viitor
« Reply #59 on: Sunday 12 December 2021, 11:15:44 »
Max Igan - de ascultat si inteles

"Who controls the past controls the future: who controls the present controls the past" - atentie ce se intimpla cu copiii nostri si ce vor invata din istorie.


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