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» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)05-05-2021 @ 21:06 
Training today:


20kg x 3
30kg x 3
40kg x 1
50kg x 1
60kg x 1
70kg x 1
80kg fail
80kg x 1

Axle pullups/pullups:

BW 3 x 3/3
BW x 10/5

back still giving me gyp so tried stretching everything out in the way that only a snatch can.


» coronavirus (Go to post)04-05-2021 @ 20:24

'Far more likely' coronavirus came from lab, ex-MI6 chief tells LBC

Coronavirus was more likely to have escaped from a lab than to have come from an animal, the former head of MI6 has told LBC.

Sir Richard Dearlove said aspects of the virus "point in the direction of it being somewhat tailored" though he warned this may never be proven.
» words of wisdom (Go to post)04-05-2021 @ 17:29
» Impressive social media lifts (Go to post)03-05-2021 @ 20:46

hixx with maybe the easiest looking 200 log ever?
» coronavirus (Go to post)03-05-2021 @ 20:41

Origin of Covid ó Following the Clues

Did people or nature open Pandoraís box at Wuhan?

The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted lives the world over for more than a year. Its death toll will soon reach three million people. Yet the origin of pandemic remains uncertain: the political agendas of governments and scientists have generated thick clouds of obfuscation, which the mainstream press seems helpless to dispel.

In what follows I will sort through the available scientific facts, which hold many clues as to what happened, and provide readers with the evidence to make their own judgments. I will then try to assess the complex issue of blame, which starts with, but extends far beyond, the government of China.

By the end of this article, you may have learned a lot about the molecular biology of viruses. I will try to keep this process as painless as possible. But the science cannot be avoided because for now, and probably for a long time hence, it offers the only sure thread through the maze.

The virus that caused the pandemic is known officially as SARS-CoV-2, but can be called SARS2 for short. As many people know, there are two main theories about its origin. One is that it jumped naturally from wildlife to people. The other is that the virus was under study in a lab, from which it escaped. It matters a great deal which is the case if we hope to prevent a second such occurrence.

Iíll describe the two theories, explain why each is plausible, and then ask which provides the better explanation of the available facts. Itís important to note that so far there is no direct evidence for either theory. Each depends on a set of reasonable conjectures but so far lacks proof. So I have only clues, not conclusions, to offer. But those clues point in a specific direction. And having inferred that direction, Iím going to delineate some of the strands in this tangled skein of disaster.

science writer for Nature, Science and NYT deep dives into the lab question.

a tiny portion of an excellent interview with a wapo foreign policy columnist. talks through the lab theory for maybe an hour and then goes on to detail US/China relations and the threat that a rising china poses. highly recommend watching the whole interview on spotify if you are at all interested in geopolitics.
» Right lads, I'm finally gonna get strong. PL 'federation' advice please. (Go to post)03-05-2021 @ 18:55 
Funky_monkey said:
Overweight, around the Northampton area?

I dont think it is intended as such, but this should be a euphemism. Grin
» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)03-05-2021 @ 15:30 
14 miles walked over yesterday and today.

Training today:

Incline dumbell press:

35kg 3 x 5
37.5kg x 3
40kg x 5

Wide grip chins:

BW 3 x 5
BW+20kg x 6 + 61sec hang


» words of wisdom (Go to post)03-05-2021 @ 12:08 
» The Epic of Gilgamesh (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 12:33 
samue1son said:
You posted these chins to show off...

im always showing off mang!


jt said:Very good song thank you for sharing.

pleasure. if you like that one I think you will like his albums. very much traditional outlaw country music. nothing cheesy.

Training today:

Log press:

64kg 3 x 3
70kg x 3
74kg x 6

Yoke (10m course):

130kg for 20m
170kg for 20m
belt on:
210kg for 20m

Stones (to 50"):

no tacky:
80kg 3 x 3
80kg x 6

very tentative events. got through ok.

getting the f out of dodge now. off to the coast.
» call the judge and get some fudge (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 10:19 
billynomates said:Grin Grin Grin Where do you find these gems? Grin

all over the place. gab, 4chan, 8kun, fb. pinched this off someone on fb.
» coronavirus (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 10:08 
heres the direct link if that works.

its a great channel. they gained a subscriber yesterday!
» words of wisdom (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 09:46 
share words of wisdom that have inspired you and might inspire others.

» call the judge and get some fudge (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 09:24 
» Right lads, I'm finally gonna get strong. PL 'federation' advice please. (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 09:12 
jt said:
You will need to cough up membership entry to the comp and an IPF leotard so looking at maybe £140 notes just to lift some s**t infront of 3 refs.


what is the justification for the cost? testing?
» Equipped zercher sissy squats (Go to post)01-05-2021 @ 09:09 
I sense danger in the transition into the equipment.

could make a good 'gym fail' vid.

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