Wuhan Coronavirus Thread

Is coronavirus a biological warfare agent released by China?

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omaebakabaka

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Seriously though, I don't think Modi has an option if he wants to continue to be PM.

Using Covid China (along with global leftists) for rid of Trump. You take out the impact on economy, lives lost and mail in voting fraud, Biden would have been crushed.

With that as a grand success, the second wave was timed to fit well with WB elections. You can be damn sure, there will be another wave before UP elections and kids will be the primary target.

There is no way China will allow Modi to come back. They will ensure their stooges the Gandi family is installed one way or another and then it's curtains for us.

Look at the context.

China has done something that has clearly devasted the world.

We will never have a similar chance to take a stance against them and have sympathy of the world.

China will only get stronger and more brazen if they don't face any consequences.

If we do nothing now and the government changes, there is little to prevent us slowly becoming a subservience to the CCP.

This a God sent opportunity for India to assert itself as a world power if we only have the appetite.

Unfortunately, I don't think we do.
Blame people if they can't notice nor understand external events....if they think everything is Modi's fault then let them elect Pappu and then we all deserve what we get just like last millenium....democracy is and will be a failure in heterogenous societies and its only a matter of time. Even the US is sprinting along that path now....if you really like democracy then preserve your traditions and guard your lands and culture like a hawk
 

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Blame people if they can't notice nor understand external events....if they think everything is Modi's fault then let them elect Pappu and then we all deserve what we get just like last millenium....democracy is and will be a failure in heterogenous societies and its only a matter of time. Even the US is sprinting along that path now....if you really like democracy then preserve your traditions and guard your lands and culture like a hawk
Democracy cannot work in heterogeneous societies, I'd completely agree with that. Even in homegenous ones, it can only work for a while.

It will always get infiltrated by those who'd use its own institutions against it. The west did it to others and now it has it done to itself.

Our situation is much worse. We are an under-developed, immature country with delusions of living upto Western notions of democracy. It's actually laughable.

We struggle to maintain national security and our judges live in clouds sprouting about freedom of speech for those who want to break up India.

What we purport as our biggest strength is actually our biggest weakness.
 

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Democracy cannot work in heterogeneous societies, I'd completely agree with that. Even in homegenous ones, it can only work for a while.

It will always get infiltrated by those who'd use its own institutions against it. The west did it to others and now it has it done to itself.

Our situation is much worse. We are an under-developed, immature country with delusions of living upto Western notions of democracy. It's actually laughable.

We struggle to maintain national security and our judges live in clouds sprouting about freedom of speech for those who want to break up India.

What we purport as our biggest strength is actually our biggest weakness.
Exactly, as the dilution of hindutva identity continues a grim picture evolves. No one has the guts to take charge in India anymore....post invasions India is the worst candidate for democracy and it will just continue to get preoccupied with fringe bullshit issues like reservations, appeasements and what not....those in power positions with a heart of Shivaji or Bajirao is what we need but I guess thats very unlikely. We need atleast Sardar Patel...modiji is too soft....having full majority and yet they walk and talk like a wimp
 

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Exactly, as the dilution of hindutva identity continues a grim picture evolves. No one has the guts to take charge in India anymore....post invasions India is the worst candidate for democracy and it will just continue to get preoccupied with fringe bullshit issues like reservations, appeasements and what not....those in power positions with a heart of Shivaji or Bajirao is what we need but I guess thats very unlikely. We need atleast Sardar Patel...modiji is too soft....having full majority and yet they walk and talk like a wimp
The system is designed to ensure no one who will try to make real change get anywhere close to power. If one does manage to get close, then ensure they are overwhelmed by distraction that limit their ability to bring in change.

Modi, I'm not sure about. If he ever wanted to bring change to lives of Hindus and address the injustices or he is just another product of Nehruvian influence.
 

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80% Indians feel digital tech effectively used to respond to COVID-19: EY survey

IBEF: June 09, 2021


As per 'EY Connected Citizen Survey', 80% of Indian citizens believe use of digital technology by the government and public services have been efficient to combat against the COVID-19 pandemic.

The survey was conducted by Ipsos MORI, which included responses of 1,000 Indian citizens between the age of 18-50 years. The study highlighted the citizens’ satisfactory attitude for technology and its role in public service delivery.

As per the survey, 73% of the respondents in India consider technology to lead to improved public services and 71% consider the pandemic would further drive the adoption and extended use of technology in everyday lives.

The survey found, 63% of the respondents in India feel secure in sharing their personal data with the government via online mode to access a service. Indians are also assured with technology if it replaces face-to-face human interaction and are motivated to leverage an artificial intelligence-powered chatbot to connect with the government.

As per the survey, Indians expect the government to focus on providing some services available online such as pension planning, resources to assist people establish businesses and offer various online services or mode to citizens to provide their view in government decision making.

Going forward, ~4-5 respondents stated that technology would transform various services such as banking, entertainment, shopping and work/study.
 

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Indigenously designed & manufactured high purity oxygen concentrator being supplied to Indian hospitals


Posted On: 09 JUN 2021 3:39PM by PIB Delhi



An indigenously designed oxygen concentrator, which ensures high-purity oxygen supply, is now out in the market. An Indian startup has designed developed this affordable portable oxygen concentrator and is now manufacturing it for supply to various hospitals in the country.


Oxygen saturation levels of patients have been a major challenge in the treatment of COVID 19, especially in the second wave. Indian medical devices manufacturers and indigenous automation companies took this challenge up and came up with innovative designs of ventilators, portable respiratory aids, and related devices.


Mohali-based Walnut Medical has developed a 5L and 10L portable medical grade oxygen concentrators based on Pressure swing adsorption (PSA) technology in India with an oxygen purity of above 96% at a pressure of 55-75 kpa. Pressure swing adsorption technology separates single gases from a gas mixture. PSA is a non-cryogenic air separation (near ambient temperature separation processes) process that is commonly used in commercial practice. These two parameters are most critical for patients suffering from COVID or other respiratory problems.


The company was supported by CAWACH 2020 grant of the National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB) under the Department of Science and Technology (DST), and they developed the world-class Oxygen Concentrator in a year to reduce dependence on imports.


Walnut Medical Oxygen Concentrator is tested for patient safety, electrical safety, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and as per International Safety Standards for Oxygen Concentrators.


The complete mould design, development of all electronics, moulding, control system, sieve tower, and all related parts and accessories has been done in India. It is currently being supplied to various government, defense, military hospitals in India and is also making them available for the general public through its distribution network across India.


DST’s support helped them push their endeavor forward with 5Ltr and 10Ltr models and invest in quality moulds to compete against products from Japan, USA, and China. IIT Delhi incubation team worked with them to help the technology see the light of the day.
 

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Modi, I'm not sure about. If he ever wanted to bring change to lives of Hindus and address the injustices or he is just another product of Nehruvian influence.
Ya, he is well into 2nd term and has seen the antics of left and fringes hijacking democracy into some insane unquantifiable nonexistent utopia type activism and should have learned with US elections and also WB elections, anti-CAA, Fake farmers, khalistani bums and media sabotage....with over 300+ seats in LS on their own and majority in RS he should act with more authority and lead the country with energy and confidence. This model of plead and beg will never bring change anywhere....only in stupid bollywood tv dramas perhaps. At this rate he may be removed like Trump....he should be more like Erdogan minus Erdo's stupidity
 

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China reports H5N8 avian flu in wild birds in Shaanxi province

 

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PLOT TWIST: No bats or pangolins were sold at Wuhan wet markets immediately before Covid-19 pandemic started, Oxford study says.

 

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just want to ask fellow member here how much strong is our IIV labs and its research on virology
 

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The system is designed to ensure no one who will try to make real change get anywhere close to power. If one does manage to get close, then ensure they are overwhelmed by distraction that limit their ability to bring in change.

Modi, I'm not sure about. If he ever wanted to bring change to lives of Hindus and address the injustices or he is just another product of Nehruvian influence.
pozzing of internal muslim communities is the long term answer i see.

the muslim communities lynch pin is their cohesion and mass action.

they are a notorious one trick pony (as in depending on few very good advantages at the root of human nature to win rather a multitude of small advantages).

This must be especially aimed at young girls and their women.

that would be my strategy.

along with deincentivizing the muslim community formation like in the gulf arab states.its been done.
 

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India records highest ever deaths within 24 hours due to COVID on Wednesday. Here is why

In May this year, the Patna High Court flagged irregularities in death figures in Buxar. Subsequently, an audit was conducted and after 20 days of exercise the figure of deaths were reconciled.

Bihar reconciles deaths due to COVID

Bihar government on Wednesday reconciled its actual death figures after a 20-day audit and added 3,951 deaths to the tally. This led to an increase of 72.8% in total deaths, where most were attributed to fatalities at private hospitals, homes and post-COVID complications which were not recorded earlier.

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Earlier too such reconciliation exercises were carried out because of which there was a spike in single day deaths.

This is a very common practice and other states must follow suit in order to get a clearer picture.
 

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