Friday, February 07, 2020

Friday Links!

This is an interesting analysis: Data suggests virus infections under-reported, exaggerating fatality rate.

From C. Lee, and this is tremendously interesting: How shrubs can help solve climate change. This is sobering, to say the lease: As sea levels rise, little of the United States will be unaffected. This is fascinating: Here’s What Julius Caesar And Others Would Look Like Today. I didn't realize it was so difficult: What to call this new coronavirus? Some cautionary tales. A correction: ‘Deaf’ genius Beethoven was able to hear his final symphony after all.

From Wally, and it's stunning: Jaw-Dropping Celtic Warrior Grave Contains Shield Labelled a Find 'of The Millennium'. I had no idea a CD version wasn't enough:  Mechanical Keyboard Sounds: The Album on Vinyl. I did not see that coming: Elevator Door Mystery Game! A lengthy an excellent read: Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the National Weather Service. A very long read, but the subject is the precursor to one of the most heroic resistances in history: The most brutal bombing in the history of the wars (Stalingrad August 23).

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