Using the IP addresses does not work. Some people did report this but it did seem to work for me initially. However now it does not.
There is a work around. Only 18.104.22.168 is currently working for me, 22.214.171.124 never completes loading. Using the IP address can load the page but does not allow the loading of any articles so is pretty much useless. I do not know the IPv6 version as my router does not support it. Therefore you might have to work out a conversion.
If you use the hosts file and setup an entry for the working IP and URL sci-hub.bz it then works successfully.
I have the following line added to my hosts file:
Articles can then be accessed successfully by using http://sci-hub.bz/
BTW. Editing the hosts file needs to be done with Administrator privileges. I suggest making a backup before making any alterations. Bluelife Hosts Editor free to use can do all of this and prompts for admin rights when run. It can also flush the DNS cache and can perform backups and restores so does multiple things to get everything working.
Jocko Willink knows a lot about discipline. He’s achieved things that required him to have a lot of it, such as commanding a Navy SEAL team during the Battle of Ramadi, leading training for all West Coast SEAL teams and launching Echelon Front as a leadership instructor, speaker and executive coach.
On the SUCCESS Live stage, he speaks with powerful conviction as Josh Ellis, editor in chief of SUCCESS magazine, makes an interesting point about something Willink strongly believes in: how discipline leads to freedom.
“It’s counterintuitive in a way,” Ellis says. “It almost seems like something that only someone who has lived that way can testify to.”
Willink quickly agrees. He says sleeping in every morning might sound like freedom, but it’s actually not. If sleeping in means you don’t get things done, you’ve become a slave to apathy. In his new book, Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual, Willink describes discipline in thought and action—from what he eats to how he trains and manages his day.
“Parts of my day are very disciplined, which gives me freedom in other parts of the day. Sometimes people will [say], ‘OK, I’m going to run a disciplined time management schedule.’ They schedule every single minute of the day, and I don’t recommend that…. There’s no room for error.” —Jocko Willink
Find your dream job without ever looking at your resume | Laura Berman Fortgang | TEDxBocaRaton
Laura has put in tens of thousands of hours over twenty years to help people make career transitions and improve their lives. Through her coaching company, books, corporate and civic speeches and her media appearances on such shows as The Oprah Winfrey show, CBS This Morning, GMA, The Today show and more, Laura has reached millions of people and showed them how to figure out what to do with their lives without ever looking at their resume.
Laura Berman Fortgang is the author of Now What? 90 Days to a New Life Direction and a pioneer in the personal coaching field. Her five books in total are published in thirteen languages, have graced bestseller lists and one, The Little Book on Meaning, was up for a Books for a Better Life Award alongside the Dalai Lama and Pema Chodron.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
For a long time ive had moderate obstructive and restrictive lung diseases as well as asthma. It has been worse in past such as lips n feet turning blue n gasping for breath. I wadnt able to get help bc someone said panic attack tho later another nurse said low blood pressure but didnt check air or anything. it is not as bad now but causes a million issues n i cannot use prescribed inhalers. I have tried aromatherapy n also salt inhalation, pink himalayan salt. Inhaling balsam fir needle oil and tea tree oil for example. What are better ideas? The dr prescribed inhalers are too toxic n one is some steroidal inhaler that is supposed to decrease immune system activity, explained in patient info. Its actually supposed to decrease immune system? Ive only been to a pulmonary dr a few times, like 3 or 4 times. i also have chest wall disorder n scoliosis pressing on my lungs. Intercostal neuralgia. Exsmoker of 10-12 yrs n quit apr 2012. Sometimes a chainsmoker n smoked 100s when possible. but id tried quitting a million times before n didnt for more than a yr. ive permanently quit since apr 2012 though. Also should mention that my windpipe is effected. If cold air hits i feel it connecting pain down my windpipe n entire chest. Often a chemical burn kinda feel n have had a lot of pain for many yrs. i was told thyroid nodules but last time checked there were none. Once my throat swelled like a frog though. My whole fam was staring n making jokes etc. i didnt go to the dr for it. I was unable at the time. N it went doen after a couple wks. Im assuming a goiter n i was on hypothyroidism meds that weren't necessary n likely caused it from excess thyroid hormone.