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  1. What do you make of the content of this review Peter. Lots to digest. Not least Horlick being in the pocket of manufacturers of D3 supplements. I careless whether he discloses his interests, from personal experience attending medical seminars in the States, the dollar rules the pen! https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2020/09/26/how-to-know-if-you-have-a-vitamin-d-deficiency.html Iain
  2. I don’t think so. OED definition of evangelical “wanting very much to persuade people to accept your views and opinions” A perfectly acceptable turn of phrase in this instance on both counts. Iain https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2020/09/26/how-to-know-if-you-have-a-vitamin-d-deficiency.html
  3. Gents everyone is entitled to a view on reviewing the evidence. Johns comments, as a retired medical practitioner are perfectly valid. Roger your comment is unnecessary and I find insulting. Iain
  4. Just for clarity early 3a’s had the Tr3 boot, a centre lock, no handle and two coach key fasteners. Iain
  5. Hi Tony the Big button is the indeed Navigators horn (operating the very loud Lucas 1748 horns) which we used in preference to the standard horns on all of the Richardson era cars , The "yellow tube" is a Dunlop No3 Tyre pressure gauge! The toggle switch is a momentary switch for the OD. Iain
  6. I’ve seen the products and they look very good. They appear to have almost all pieces from new if required.
  7. VHP's period correct dash. I use a Halda twinmaster on events, but these were not available in period. Iain
  8. That is a very useful observation. Thanks for sharing Mick Iain
  9. Well done Rod, a thankless task, when the glass is good, let alone when a bit iffy! Iain
  10. Yes that’s another solution that works and is easy to retro fit without having to drain the hydraulics.
  11. The original hoses all had a spiral wire protection. Unfortunately I believe these are NLA . The Revington solution Hamish has posted looks easy enough to replicate . Iain
  12. I read that as critical self comment of a study that has serious scientific limitations which they know they had to acknowledge to get a preliminary publication. Very common. Sample size, age sex distribution, cormordities etc etc Iain
  13. Hi Peter I am only quoting the paper. I am not offering any comment other than the RCT is a poorly designed as evidenced by those who conducted it.. Iain
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