Honda SH300i for Sale

Model:- Honda SH300i Year:- 2018, Mileage:- 11211 miles Engine:- 300cc (A2 licence required) Extras:- Puig Windshield, Honda top box, Honda heated grips. MOT’d Till:- Jan 2022 Price £2500 I bought the SH300i in March 2021 for I wanted a reliable scooter that I would ultimately become my only bike. But that would mean selling my … Read more

Muddling on

So we continue. The number of new reported COVID cases continue to increase, albeit slowly. Current average figures show :- 33,034 new cases per day, or a new case is reported every 23 seconds. 142 people die every day from Covid or one death every 10 minutes. 8000 people are in hospital 1000 people are … Read more

WordPress

Quite a few years ago I put a wordpress site together.  It took a lot of effort and I could not get it to look the way I wanted it.  Then updates to WordPress and the plugins I used kept breaking the site and I finally went back to an html site.  I have been … Read more

Hospital Overload

Let us see how the load on hospitals effects the mortality rate.  This is a comparison of the 2021 January surge, the spring lull, durimg the lockdown, and the latest data on the government website. The January Spike Parameter Date Value Cases per day 1st Jan 61,227 Patients admitted to hospital per day 9th Jan … Read more

The lessons from Cornwall

The story of how Cornwall’s Covid new case rate rose from being almost the lowest in in the country to the highest in the country in three months. May 17th. The UK Government began easing restrictions in England. At that time Englands cases were running at 227 new cases per day.  In Cornwall the figure … Read more

Government Strategy

Currently the UK leads Europe in the number of new Covid cases in the last 7 days.  We are around 240,000 and rising, while in second place is Russia (although Russia’s figures are suspect  at 140,000 and falling  We also lead when taking population into account (apart from the tiny countries of the Isle of … Read more

The bleedin’ obvious.

A body of “experts” have brought out a “Preprint version” of a document linking the Euro 2020 fixtures to a rise in covid cases  Public health impact of mass sporting and cultural events in a rising COVID-19 prevalence in England  This was glaringly obvious as I posted four weeks ago. Covid –  Super Spreaders.  The … Read more

Vaccines spreading the virus!

A worrying revelation:- Jabbed adults infected with Delta ‘can match virus levels of unvaccinated’ Many people who have been doubled jabbed think they are safe from contracting the virus.  If they attend a big event like a festival or a football match they may well pick up the virus and be completely asymptomatic.  They may … Read more

The new norm.

It seems the UK is happy to continue at the present covid levels. 28,000 new cases per day 800 new hospitalisations per day 6000 people in hospital with covid 900 people on ventilator beds 80 deaths per day All above data from the governments site  Almost 1 million people with long covid. Data from ONS … Read more

Smoking

Yesterday we sat outside a pub in Kingsand in Cornwall. I noticed as we looked around at the twenty or thirty people we could see, that no-one was smoking.  This is one area where progress is being made. I have never smoked. Not even one drag. I put this down to two experiences when I … Read more