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Are any of my friends 3d modelers ala @blender If so, could I pay you money to make some Freely Licensed 3d models of spaceships and things to replace the proprietary ones in EmptyEpsilon?

All your disappeared laundry has appeared above planet, transformed into a whale and a bowl of petunias

@cwebber Totally agree. It's expedience over principle to use Zoom or MS Teams or Google Hangouts. Have you used BigBlueButton? Here's a public room on our instance here in NZ if you want to try it: bbb.nzoss.nz/b/dav-hm3-m7x

What if we put The Joker's head on top of Mega Man X's body! 

I've been reading @[email protected]'s outstanding science journalism for many years and I've always admired it, but even by the high standards of a Beth Mole explainer, this soup-to-nuts Covid-19 explainer is just spectacularly good work.

arstechnica.com/science/2020/0

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The EU Commission's latest "Circular Economy Action Plan" has enormous significance for #RightToRepair and electronics.

ec.europa.eu/environment/circu

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twitter.com/pallithordarson/st

Why does soap work so well on the SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus and indeed most viruses? Because it is a self-assembled nanoparticle in which the weakest link is the lipid (fatty) bilayer. A two part thread about soap, viruses and supramolecular chemistry #COVID19

Coughs, Sneezes, and Jet-Propelled Germs: Two Public Service Films by Richard Massingham (1945) - publicdomainreview.org/collect - classical education

turns out, in poland, the kind of pseudohistorians who make up outrageously glorious histories of their country are called "turboslavs".

RT @[email protected]

узнал, что в Польше исторических фриков уровня Фоменко называют турбославянами

🐦🔗: twitter.com/mchlkzmn/status/12

When my grandmother was 12, she was inducted into the Leningrad civil defense corps during the 900 day siege of Leningrad (I wrote a science fiction novella about this called "After the Siege").

infinitematrix.net/stories/sho

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After blowing $100m to snoop on Americans' phone call logs for four years, what did the NSA get? Just one lead • The Register
theregister.co.uk/2020/02/26/n

BBC World Service - More or Less, Artificial (not so) Intelligence - Author Janelle Shane explains why AI is not quite as smart as we think.
bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3csz3sb

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