Researchers isolated tiny antibodies against COVID-19 produced by a llama named Cormac. At least one of these nanobodies, NIH-CoVnb-112, could prevent infections by grabbing the spike proteins. In addition, the nanobody worked in liquid or aerosol form, suggesting it is effective after inhalation. eurekalert.org/pub_releas…
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Nearly 2 years after I purchased my straight razor kit (February 2019), I finally used up my entire shaving soap puck!! No telling how many cans of aerosol cream I prevented from entering the landfill & how much money I saved. Full puck for reference, along with my razor. reddit.com/gallery/k5dyo3
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Mayo clinic mask containment study. Pretty sure those are aerosols. Aren't they? v.redd.it/wlablt73rmb61
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Scientists spray saliva-like droplets in stadium to study how fans spread aerosols reuters.com/article/idUSK…
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WCGW mixing aerosols with fire..... v.redd.it/b4e93dslazy51
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Aerosol expert Jose-Luis Jimenez is sounding the alarm about airborne transmission of COVID-19 cen.acs.org/content/cen/a…
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Aerosol Anarchist..
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Leaving pressurized aerosol can in your car when weather is hot. v.redd.it/gnp2ebf6iun51
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What are your thoughts on Stratospheric Aerosol Injection? Could it buy us the time we need to turn things around? en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/S…
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My DIY "Marblelized" stock on a wooden Boyd Savage Stock. All aerosol minus the last coating of Miniwax Wipe On Poly. Final product to be posted next week! #savage110 #30ot06 v.redd.it/23el38fwf5b61
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Jordan 1’s on A3 canvas paper using acrylics and aerosols.
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Beautiful aerosol art dedicated to Chadwick Boseman v.redd.it/u8xra6t2szj51
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So according to the "experts" of r/collapse, there would be catastrophic warming in 2020 due to the aerosol masking effect fading...

Aerosols are small particles in the atmosphere that often cause cooling by reducing incoming sunlight. One of the predictions made multiple times in the aforementioned subreddit was that global dimming, which is caused by greenhouse gases, would fade away due to the COViD lockdowns and the sun's rays would impact Earth more directly. Catastrophes that would've happened according to this theory stemmed from the Australian bushfires coming back to Miami flooding and even a superhurricane slamming the Caribbean. What happened?

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Effects of mask-wearing on the inhalability and deposition of airborne SARS-CoV-2 aerosols in human upper airway aip.scitation.org/doi/10.…
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Gasp! Are those aerosols I see? No couldn't be. Masks block COVID. v.redd.it/oj4w6sayid961
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Aerosol can theft prevention.

Anyone have any ideas or products to prevent my jerkass co-workers from stealing, mainly my aerosol cans, but also boxes of gloves from the tray on the side of my tool cart?

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Aerosol Transmission of COVID19 & Prevention

Although every other country has done so, Health Canada still doesn't acknowledge the overwhelming evidence - aerosol transmission of COVID-19 is common and is an important route of transmission. Virus-laden aerosols frequently infect susceptible contacts in suboptimally ventilated environments, like smoke, infectious aerosols can accumulate in shared air settings. The introduction of more virulent variants made it easier to reach dangerous concentrations.

PHAC guidelines which do not include medical-grade personal protection or HEPA air filtration, fail to provide protection from aerosol transmission:

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/health-professionals/main-modes-transmission.html

> There is no evidence at this time that the virus is able to transmit over long distances through the air, for example, from room to room through air ducts.

The PHAC guidelines determine provincial occupational health and safety standards and the provinces cannot update the provincial COVID-19 guidelines until PHAC does so.

This means workplace regulations, school regulations and healthcare regulations do not protect Canadians against aerosol transmission of COVID-19. Control strategies need to target close-proximity transmissions such as effective face-fitted masks, air ventilation and air filtration.

Reducing indoor transmission is achievable if indoor transmission is acknowledged.

Check out this website for more information:

https://masks4canada.org/aerosolcovid19-ventilation/

There is still time to address aerosol transmission of COVID-19

This is the list of Epidemiology and Infectious Disease experts, Healthcare Unions and Indoor Air Quality Engineers who've signed on to support the need for PHAC to updated their guidelines:

Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists (CRBOH) - https://www.crboh.ca/

Workplace Health Without Borders - https://www.whwb.org/about-us/

Ontario Health Coalition - https://www.ontariohealthcoalition.ca/

OPSEU/SEFPO Hospital

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Aerosols remained airborne for more than 5 h in a room with low ventilation rate. These rooms should be considered β€˜contaminated’ after aerosol-generating procedures on COVID-19-infected patients, since it has been shown that airborne SARS-CoV-2 remains viable for at least 3 h. sciencedirect.com/science…
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Update 3 or 4 weeks since my original post. Roughly 2 months of inhaling the sweet aerosols! Thanks for all the advice in my last thread, I fucked around with the letter 'a' for a night but was bored of doing the same shit. As expected there's now new problems to work on! Tips much appreciated. Thx
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Aerosols from pollution, desert storms, and forest fires may intensify thunderstorms. Researchers identify a mechanism by which small particles in the atmosphere can generate more frequent thunderstorms. news.mit.edu/2020/aerosol…
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Crystal clear - ink/aerosol
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Cancer Council warns against all aerosol sunscreens theguardian.com/australia…
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Glass ray- ink and aerosol
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[Sun care] Do spray on sunscreens (setting mists not the aerosol kinds) work well for reapplications?

I’m looking into buying the Pacifica spray on face sunscreen (https://www.target.com/p/pacifica-sea-38-c-set-38-protect-setting-mist-spf-45-4-fl-oz/-/A-79656198)

I know goop also has a spray on sunscreen that’s highly rated.

I currently use black girl sunscreen, or my Pacifica bronzing sunscreen if I want something with coverage. My requirements are budget friendly and cruelty free lol so I’m not really interested in buying anything higher than $16 for a 4oz bottle or so.

I know the powder sunscreens for reapplication don’t work well so I wanted to know if this has any better reviews. My main concern is anti aging and skin cancer, but I’m worried about the amount needed to be effective.

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Begpacker tourists including Russians Kiril Goncharov, 26 and Aleksei Isichenko, 26, and Kazaskhstani Dmity Pirs, 27, in Kuala Lumpur, Indonesia rely on selling caricature drawings, peddling aerosol spray paintings, busking, and panhandling to support their travels
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Effects of mask-wearing on the inhalability and deposition of airborne SARS-CoV-2 aerosols in human upper airway aip.scitation.org/doi/10.…
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Scientists urge provinces to take action to curb aerosol spread of COVID-19 cbc.ca/news/canada/montre…
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Aerosol OP

Anyone else loves the Aerosol OP skin from the battlepass? I really like the graffity designs on these new skins, it's very pleasant to the eye.

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aerosol and cigarette, what could go wrong?? v.redd.it/smyk16r3j1w51
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Spectral Beneficiary (40 x 30") acrylic and aerosol on canvas
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Knowing what we know about aerosols, it is dumb not to strip down and shower after an outing to a public place, even if everyone is masked.

As I said. Masls do not capture all the aerosols of a person. Even if everyone is masked in a room, and said room has poor ventilation, and there is social distancing, if one of said people in room is infected, and they are in there for long enough, people will still get infected by the masked infected person.

Knowing this, when I go out, I wear a properly fitted n95. But that isn't just it. If I am wearing an n95, I do so because I assume there could be virus in the air. Because I assume that, and that said virus could be at my face level, then I assume perhaps my n95 is filtering it when i inhale. If that is true, then that means of course, virus lingering in the air can obviously land of your clothing and become a fomite for later.

So my protocol to be safe is when I get home from a place like a store, the doctors, etc, I always strip down, isolate that clothing and then go shower thoroughly

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Got asked for ID to buy snow in a pissing can. You have to be 16 to buy an aerosol. I'm 32 and haven't looked 15 since I was 11.
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If we can have pump foam soap why don't we make that same thing for shaving cream and start to phase out aerosol
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Vegas glass - ink/ aerosol
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Screen- ink/aerosol on canvas
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Just wanted to check in with the loyal bulls fans to see if the Windy City approves of my latest painting? Acrylic and aerosol on A3 canvas paper.
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Jan 5 BC CDC has accepted airborne / aerosol transmission of COVID19 "Smaller droplets come out of the mouth and nose at the same time as larger droplets. These smaller droplets are light, and they can float in the air for a longer time."

https://twitter.com/WikiDocJames/status/1346640236458070017

http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/diseases-conditions/covid-19/about-covid-19/how-it-spreads

How it Spreads

COVID-19 is spread by the respiratory droplets an infected person produces when they breathe, cough, sneeze, talk, or sing. If you are in contact with an infected person, the virus can enter your body if droplets get into your throat, nose, or eyes. Last updated: January 5, 2021

COVID-19 Transmission

Respiratory infections such as influenza (flu) and COVID-19 are mainly spread by liquid droplets that come out of the mouth and nose when a person with the virus breathes, coughs, sneezes, talks, or sings. Droplets come in a wide range of sizes, from smaller than the width of a hair to larger than a grain of sand. A few large droplets or many small droplets can contain enough virus to infect another person.

Droplet Sizes

Larger droplets are heavier, and they usually fall to the ground within two meters. The majority of COVID-19 infections are spread from one person to another through larger droplets. This is why maintaining physical distance, adding physical barriers, wearing masks, and hand hygiene are all important protective measures. Smaller droplets come out of the mouth and nose at the same time as larger droplets. These smaller droplets are light, and they can float in the air for a longer time. Because of this, smaller droplets may collect in enclosed spaces unless they are diluted with clean air from the outdoors or from a ventilation system. If many people are sharing a space without enough clean air, it can lead to COVID-19 infections.

Surface Contact

Even though COVID-19 can survive for hours or days on different surfaces, infection from contact with contaminated surfaces appears to be less common. The most common type of spread is through larger droplets from close contact with an infected person.There is no evidence that the virus transmits through food as it is destroyed almost immediately by stomach acid. Good hand hygiene is always important for food safety. For more information, see the BCCDC page on [Food Safety and COVID-19](http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/diseases-conditions/covid-19/prevention-risks/food-saf

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Japan supercomputer shows humidity affects aerosol spread of coronavirus reuters.com/article/us-he…
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Covid-19 and the role of aerosol particles

201208_Covid19-Aerosol_AAF_Vs9__en.pdf (tropos.de)

The AAF recommends in detail:

β€’ Ventilation and suction systems with or without a recirculation of filtered air can and should be installed in sectors where many people meet in the short-term.

β€’ Means should be provided in the Federal States to install ventilation and suction systems, adequate air purification systems and CO2 measuring instruments in school classes. It would also be helpful to ease the administrative rules at the local level and put the personal responsibility and initiative on the school management and provide means for the climatic and air ventilation consulting.

β€’ Proper ventilation systems, mobile air purifiers and CO2 measuring instruments should also be implemented in other highly frequented areas as in restaurants, bars and eating places and their procurement according to air ventilation consulting should be facilitated. Also for cultural events, possibilities for a normalisation of the business could arise through monitoring the CO2 level and thus air hygiene.

β€’ It has consistently been reported about infections in planes [19]. The air supply from top to bottom in passenger planes contradicts the natural uplifting of warm particle loaded air and fosters its spatial expansion and increases thus the risk of infection. A reversal of the fresh air supply is technically feasible for sure and should be considered.

β€’ The AAF also points out that the situation in busses (especially when pupils travel to and from school), local trains as well as in city trains and light rails is not satisfying. It cannot be excluded that passengers are exposed to a high risk of infection during the rush hours in these vehicles due to the high surface density even though people wear masks as prescribed. Here, an improved air supply if necessary, could generate positive effects.

β€’ N95 and FFP2 masks are highly recommended because of their filtering efficiency for particles A. They should be mandatory in many sectors instead of the simple hygiene masks and be improved as regards the breathing resistance and the sealing.

β€’ Recovered infected persons could be offered the option of a medical check-up of the individual particle and virus emission during basal respiration and when speaking, so that potential individual super emitters could act extra-responsibly in the future such

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Nanobodies from camelids have anti-SAR-COV-2 properties. Scientists developed a synthetic nanobody that neutralizes SARS-CoV-2, which can be inexpensively produced in bacteria or yeast, and retains function after aerosolization, enabling aerosol-mediated delivery directly to the airway. science.sciencemag.org/co…
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HMBCS As I hit This aerosol can of paint with the side of a shovel v.redd.it/jsd9upikvr061
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Deeps , ink/acrylic/aerosol
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πŸ“…︎ Oct 27 2020
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Before or after atmosphere aerosol? reddit.com/gallery/klnrc8
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 28 2020
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TWiV 700: 'Twas COVID and the aerosols | This Week in Virology microbe.tv/twiv/twiv-700/
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