Andrew Ducker (andrewducker) wrote,
Andrew Ducker

Interesting Links for 02-04-2020

The Fishy Fix to a Methane-Spewing Crop
(tags:rice fish methane globalwarming )
Coronavirus: Govt set to release 'contact tracking' app which detects nearby virus carriers
(tags:pandemic surveillance UK phones )
NHS staff gagged over coronavirus shortages
(tags:NHS OhForFucksSake Doom censorship )
Edinburgh takes 'profoundly difficult' decision to cancel 2020 August festivals
(tags:festival Edinburgh pandemic )
These Weather Apps Are Great Alternatives to Dark Sky on Android (and iOS)
(tags:weather phones )
How to be a good amateur epidemiologist (or any kind of amateur scientist, frankly)
(tags:science viaDanielDWilliam )
Fresh police guidance says that it's OK to drive a reasonable distance for exercise
(tags:UK pandemic advice )
Italy's Coronavirus Death Toll Is Far Higher Than Reported
(tags:Italy death virus pandemic Doom )
A collection of interesting landscape photos from around the world
(tags:photos )
The National Police Chief's Council on how police should behave during the pandemic
(tags:pandemic police uk )
Boris Johnson is the real victim here
(tags:satire BorisJohnson pandemic )
Museum Asks People To Recreate Paintings With Stuff They Can Find at Home, Here Are The Results
(tags:art viaElfy )
The lockdown only buys us time: to really defeat the virus we need mass testing now
(tags:pandemic virus testing )

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