Waynemarlow

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  1. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Got your tail from out within your back legs from the dicking you got over on the Aus thread yet ?
  2. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    It'll only be you, Stephen Kinnock ( chairman of the EU Select committee, after he has driven 400 miles in a round journey to deliver essential supplies to his multi millionaire parents ) and the Guardian newspaper ( if it hasn't gone bust by then ) Do you honestly think that MP's from both sides of the house are going to expose their incompetence at all levels, not likely. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/mar/29/stephen-kinnock-targeted-by-police-for-visiting-father-neil
  3. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    In the time it takes to get those, 200K have died from the lack of ventilators, the pandemic is nearing the end and once fully approved, are worthless as the world is full of ventilators that every man and his dog has built, used and now discarded.
  4. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Ah, you are speaking about the world aren't you not just the UK ?
  5. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Ah but you don't know what your odds would be without beforehand, if a nurse came up and said you have a maximum 2% chance of survival on your own buddy, or we can hitch you up to a machine that will give at worst 1% but up to 50% ( as that it would seem the odds is, once you go on a ventilator ), which would you take ? But you haven't yet taken into account the 4 weeks of negotiation the EU is going to do on your behalf to see if they can get the price down a bit.
  6. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Oh well you saved 1% as without anything, 100% are goner die.
  7. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    At the end of the day, if a person is going to die without a ventilator and there's one sitting there in the corner without approval and every other unit is being used , what are you going to do, yup use it and worry about the approval when we all have a bit more time to worry about such things. Aren't you supporting me in that the students have with a bit of lateral thinking, gone and designed and built a ventilator out of common parts ( Volvo ) in just a few weeks. Now within the next few weeks they will trial it alongside proven ventilators and once in a field trial they are happy its working, they will put it into production. Whats not to like about that. Ask a medical company to do the same, it would take months and months and probably cost 100 times what that bit of lateral thinking cost, its going to be all over by then.
  8. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Can't really comment as I know only what the papers and media have been whining on about. I can surmise that if we had to go via the NHS - NHS procurement - government procurement - agree terms with the EU - agree prices with contractors - back to 28 countries to agree prices - agree terms and conditions with contractors - agree and place contractor order, argue over who gets what numbers in what order between 28 countries, deliver to UK - deliver to NHS may be a lot longer in time and a lot of lives lost, than if we went NHS - NHS procurement - government procurement - agree terms and conditions with contractors - agree and place contractor order, build in UK - deliver to NHS
  9. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    It was in response to Sailabout's quick side step. Lets confine this thread to purely Brexit.
  10. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Survival to discharge data from non-ICU, non-acute care hospital weaning centers are varied, and range between 50%–94%. One year post discharge survival is reported between 23% and 53% with 3 year reported data between 25% and 56%.4–8 Morbidity among survivors is high. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3091409/ But hey this is not Brexit, WTO here we come.
  11. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    A quick look at the files and there's not much on what sensors etc are used, largely covers electrical leads, fans etc. Kudos to them if they are going to open it up to the world as they look to be doing. We need more of such companies doing this. Sometimes being a simplist solves problems more rapidly than looking at a computer and thinking I can't. Every work day for me is solving problems of one kind or another, you get used to it and you get creative. There's literally millions of " me " around the world, its just how best to utilise that talent. I think you maybe along with an awful lot of the world, think that this is a problem rather than how we solve the problem.
  12. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    But these are proven designs, all the CNC code for the machine is known, all the individual parts are known, all the construction techniques are known, whats the problem other than how much each machine is going to cost by the major manufacturers and the royalties charged. One thing for sure if we say make 30000 for the NHS, there's going to be few sales for the likes of Phillips of ventilators in the next 20 years. One thing may come out of this, if independents are allowed to manufacture them, the busting of the myth because of its health, of how much major companies charge for them.
  13. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Nope, anybody mentioned here by me is in real life, unlike the computer world a lot of you seem to inhabit. That's incorrect Leo, you obviously haven't been involved in engineering or electronics recently. CNC's at the sort of level I'm talking about will create 100% of the time to a far higher tolerance than what is needed for this type of equipment, it is pretty basic stuff and not nuclear quality . The equipment if following an existing machine is already track tested and proven and any manufacturing faults would already be known about. Its the initial regulation of a new machine in health which costs, not the following numbers built. Software at machine level is very different to that on your computer. Today's code is written with a lot of self diagnostics to enable poorly trained technicians to fault find, almost certainly any sensors will constantly be monitored by the machine for fault. Again if following an existing machines design, that code has been track tested. If you don't build these machines by looking at your computer and saying we can't, then 100% patients are going to die, if 0.5% fail ( which is the maximum failure rate you would work to in this type of industry ) then lets get building and yes you may run the risk of potentially 0.5% may fail or perhaps none will fail at all. An article by your favoured source the Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/mar/23/carmakers-make-nhs-ventilators-coronavirus-uk-government-nissan-rolls-royce
  14. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    There are others involved as well Mad, when your sales of tools fall off a cliff, wise CEOs move production by adapting known technology to other needed items. It staggers me how incompetent our civil service is, the media constantly attacks the ruling government when they are just the figure heads, the numpties who have largely never had a real job in their lives, its the next layers down who should be taking the flack, the NHS logistics manager, the sourcing departments, the transport departments all have been shown to be wanting. Ventilators, it wouldn't take much of an organiser to take a known design such as already used in the NHS and would already have blueprints and simply dividing the components out to the literally thousands of small engineering business's who are presently sitting idle. My mate has 3 CNC multi head lathes which crank out widgets as fast as you can feed them with stock, 30000 widgets in 48 hours would be chicken feed. Multiply that out over say 300 small engineering companies and you would be surprised how many ventilators could be built in a very short time. Instead they will talk to the likes of Dyson and racing car companies who are not set up for this type of manufacturing. We just need to use a bit of logistics and clear thinking about this.
  15. Waynemarlow

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Oh poor wee Jack beens taking a bit of a kicking over on the Aus Coronavira thread, already been labelled as " Whacko Jacko ", tough crowd over there who seemed to have sussed you already. Did I mock you for not buying a ventilator, nope, you had been throwing a lot of shit at a lot of politicians for not being ahead of the game in ventilators and I was asking why you yourself who almost certainly will need one if you catch Covid - 19 had not done so. Jack I am quite happy to leave you over there, as it distracts your copious amount of repeat bollocks here somewhat. But having been following the Aus thread from the moment it started ( I do have a specific interest in how Australia fairs with Covit-19 ), which was before you made your many submissions, I was somewhat surprised to see you plagiarise data and a line of thread that I had written on another Coronavira thread, it mildly amused me in someways for all the shit you throw at me for having just a differing opinion than you, you then use my musing to support your own rhetoric. I'll leave you guys with what another poster wrote about Jack Jeeesus Jacko. Steady on. You appear to be pounding the fuck out of your keyboard. I'm surprised it still works. Why post shit like this? quote "Really go tell that to those with kids..young and middle aged parents who have it ..hope you get it cunt " unquote Obviously you are scared , being in the susceptible age demographic, but posting crap like this makes you look like a goose.