But thanks for your advice Mike. I appreciate this very very much. Before I read your post always pretty much going to get up and go to Home Depot and get that round up but now I said let me finish reading your article. we’ve had a problem with the poison ivy in m bbackyard at my Brooklyn house for 3 years. And it is growing along the fences and the other plants and possibly the fig tree. I foolishly started pulling them up and cut them down in my shorts and short sleeves and gotten only some on me. but even that was big pain that left rashes hand itching. My friend told me to use bleach on the ranches that help kkil the sting and broke down the on the skin what do you think about that?
Update 02/16/16 : Since last week’s deluge of traffic to Sci-Hub following this story Google have blocked Sci-Hub’s access to Google Scholar, making the search function temporarily defunct. The service otherwise works as before, users simply have to find the link to the paper they need unlocked themselves, and insert Sci-hub’s complete URL into the domain as discussed above. When I asked Alexandra about this setback she was completely unfazed, explaining “we are developing our own search engine anyway, so it doesn’t matter”. Ironically, the Google Scholar block may actually work in Sci-Hub’s favor Alexandra explains, not having to perform the complex task of managing searches, the server can now work much faster when handling the same amount of queries. Alexandra is now working on creating a “Google-like” search method, that could potentially result in “a more sophisticated” solution than Google Scholar.