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    I'm forever blowing (sextant) bubbles
    From: David Pike
    Date: 2020 Nov 24, 09:34 -0800

    I was selected at random for a UK-wide Imperial College/NHS CV19 antibody survey.  The test is too inaccurate for personal testing, but if all the false positives and negatives cancel out, it should provide a useful national figure.  The kit included a neat little finger pricker and a small polythene pipette for those fussy about applying their fingertip to the lateral flow test directly.  Not being fussy, I decided to keep the pipette and dab away with my finger.  It looks as if the pipette will be perfect for placing a replacement bubbles in artificial horizon cells such as the A12.  Moreover, it’ll save the embarrassment of explaining away a box of syringes and needles in my workshop.  DaveP


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