Sun, Feb 1, 2015, 10:02 AM EST - U.S. Markets closed

Recent

% | $
Quotes you view appear here for quick access.

Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. Message Board

ryugo82 63 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 30, 2015 1:41 PM Member since: Jul 9, 2009
SortNewest  |  Oldest  |  Highest Rated Expand all messages
  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Nov 2, 2014 11:27 PM Flag

    last I heard it was still 0% and rates are at all time lows again.?
    so what was that?

    Swiss referendum Nov 30 tick tock tick tock

  • ryugo82 ryugo82 Nov 2, 2014 12:11 AM Flag

    well shorties say we have too much silver to waste so we may as well waste them and use them.

    and seems silver is dirt so I assumed we have that much silver for all those anti bacterial and viral things

    especially when ebola is going around you would think right?
    I am only expecting SILVER PLATED on steel not complete silver.

    so it should be doable considering we have too much silver as the shorties say may as well use it for the good of humanity.

    USA patents proved our points after all.

    so bring silver to africa or have them mine silver and use them to disinfect the African population
    eg corpses

    Hazmat suits with threads made partially from silver to prevent viruses

    silver topically has already been proven to kill the ebola virus so you kind of need silver in the higher quality hazmat suits

    I wonder if they actually do use silver in them?

    Military-Army uses them for all their clothing already after all.

    the public is clueless though and stink up the area after exercising.
    (I cant stand the smell of sweat too much it stinks to me.)

    except colloidal is diluted in the body so it cannot kill Ebola or other diseases as effectively that do not just go into the intestinal tract

    externally colloidal silver has been proven already SO USE IT ALREADY. at least as a spray on surfaces

    instead of making the public
    panic ebola all the time.

    screw the environmental bacteria and viruses. let the silver kill them. we in the city cannot grow anything anyway.

    the bacteria doesn't help our crops or plants. actually it would help the sewage system
    so the argument of not using silver threaded clothing is idiotic if you are an environmentalist.

    IF YOU were in the country side maybe
    but we are in the city it is completely different.

    sewers filter it out anyway and silver would HELP prevent the STINK.
    so use silver threads tyvm.

    I am sick and tired of clothing having BO on them sometimes
    even after washing them

  • U.S. Army Patent:
    yarns and fabrics having anti-microbial, anti-static and anti-odor characterisitics
    US 8771831 B2

    look it up and buy some clothing with anti bacteria/virus agents namely silver threads.
    there are a few places that sell them I think.

    but not many.
    if you stink a whole lot and need to get rid of BO then buy them.
    put some colloidal silver under your arm pits.

    also airlines could really use that fabric instead of their stinky virus + bacteria laden
    seats.

    complaints:
    use plated silver at least instead as well for the handles instead of cheap steel so that it kills bacteria in the trains and such would be best.

    I don't know why they don't do it
    with the sweat and it stinks in the train so much vomit and rat smell in them.

    Cheap SOBS that wont invest in infrastructure but instead try to line their own pockets.
    clean up the subways at least.

    Use some silver plated piping instead of cheaper metal all the time. especially since we have problems with disease right now and need silver to kill them.

    anyway good luck

    lets see what happens on NOV 30th.

QIHU
58.52-0.58(-0.98%)Jan 30 4:02 PMEST

Trending Tickers

i
Trending Tickers features significant U.S. stocks showing the most dramatic increase in user interest in Yahoo Finance in the previous hour over historic norms. The list is limited to those equities which trade at least 100,000 shares on an average day and have a market cap of more than $300 million.