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    [–] I now own my dream staff signed7 1 points ago in pathofexile

    Then you combine it with a +2/+1 corrupted chest and a +1/+1 amulet ;)

    [–] Reforge Reforge Reforge Reforge Reforge signed7 1 points ago in pathofexile

    This is why we should stop all the posts about the GG crafting items in this sub haha. GGG would just nerf them again as they're anti fun

    [–] Why PoE is Pay to Win(stash tabs) signed7 2 points ago in pathofexile

    Yep, it's b2p not p2w imo. You need a premium bundle or quad tab to sell shit, and preferably currency tab - but that's about it.

    [–] Why PoE is Pay to Win(stash tabs) signed7 1 points ago in pathofexile

    I've always thought this game to be b2p with the first premium tab bundle (or quad) you buy for selling stuff (and maybe the currency tab) being its cost.

    [–] 52m dps ele hit vs some farmer (oshabi) signed7 3 points ago in pathofexile

    Wouldnt bosses with invuln phases just kill you?

    [–] Sweden 'literally gained nothing' from staying open during COVID-19, including 'no economic gains' signed7 1 points ago in worldnews

    ...then people start to think that nothings going on, and covid spike again as people becomes more careless (or even start believing in conspiracies that coronavirus is fake)...

    [–] Approximately 30% of blood donors in Stockholm tested positive for covid exposure signed7 2 points ago in worldnews

    Yep, there's still biq questions on 1) the validity of the prevalence data (both antibody and T cell testing - sampling, test accuracy, etc) 2) the level of immunity they provide 3) how long they last.

    [–] Approximately 30% of blood donors in Stockholm tested positive for covid exposure signed7 2 points ago in worldnews

    This is huge if true. The IFR (infection fatality rate) is currently estimated to be around 1% from antibody studies (NYC ~0.85%, Spain ~1.2%, UK ~1.1%). The last antibody survey I could find for Stockholm is around 14%, which is about where I'd expect (London has similar numbers). If T-cell prevalence is that much more common (approx 2x antibody prevalence, with these numbers), then the IFR may only be ~half of current estimates (i.e. the virus ~half as deadly as thought).

    I also just posted an article here that covid-19 antibodies may not always last >2 months, in some cases. One result of that could be that such antibody testing might miss some early cases. But of course nothing is certain yet

    [–] A third of Britons plan to refuse Covid-19 vaccine amid rise in online anti-vaxx conspiracies signed7 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    Yeah I prob should've specified it like 'plan to refuse [or are unsure about]', but oh well Reddit doesn't let you change titles

    [–] A third of Britons plan to refuse Covid-19 vaccine amid rise in online anti-vaxx conspiracies signed7 -5 points ago in europe

    The title is terrible, but you also cut the sentence early - it's a third when you also count unsure people:

    A poll of 1,663 adults in Great Britain, conducted by YouGov, found that close to one in five (16 per cent) of respondents said they would refuse a vaccine, while another 15 per cent were unsure.

    [–] A third of Britons plan to refuse Covid-19 vaccine amid rise in online anti-vaxx conspiracies signed7 4 points ago in Coronavirus

    It's a sixth if you count only people who said they would refuse a vaccine, and a third when you also count unsure people.

    A poll of 1,663 adults in Great Britain, conducted by YouGov, found that close to one in five (16 per cent) of respondents said they would refuse a vaccine, while another 15 per cent were unsure.

    [–] A third of Britons plan to refuse Covid-19 vaccine amid rise in online anti-vaxx conspiracies signed7 1 points ago in unitedkingdom

    It's a sixth if you count only people who said they would refuse a vaccine, and a third when you also count unsure people.

    A poll of 1,663 adults in Great Britain, conducted by YouGov, found that close to one in five (16 per cent) of respondents said they would refuse a vaccine, while another 15 per cent were unsure.

    [–] A third of Britons plan to refuse Covid-19 vaccine amid rise in online anti-vaxx conspiracies signed7 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    It's a sixth if you count only people who said they would refuse a vaccine, and a third when you also count unsure people.

    A poll of 1,663 adults in Great Britain, conducted by YouGov, found that close to one in five (16 per cent) of respondents said they would refuse a vaccine, while another 15 per cent were unsure.