I agree with everything in this article, expect I still expect there to be a deal. It’ll be a bad deal, but even Johnson knows that no deal in a pandemic is not a viable option. If I thought otherwise I’d be buying dollars and pasta. https://t.co/WvQrnYffhm
For those who have privacy concerns about the NHS Covid app, it uses Apple and Google’s API, not governments. If you are a conspiracy theorist and don’t trust Apple and Google, remember you have installed their OS anyway so it makes no difference! https://t.co/DGSwpI2aST
This is a total failure of government isn’t it? We have left the EU, so this is nothing to do with Brexit. It’s a government so incompetent that in the middle of a pandemic they’ve got themselves into a position where they have to build a border around Kent. https://t.co/B0aKcsarP6
This is I think a well thought out initiative to help theatres, performers and the thousands of technical and support jobs in the live events, theatre and music industries. It will allow us all to continue going to theatres, both now and in the future. Please have a look. https://t.co/EcWWs60YkY
Good article - echoes what I’ve thought for a while now. It is the Conservative Party alone that can (and probably will) take responsibility for removing Cummings from No 10. The problem is that nobody will want the top job until post Brexit transition and Covid is on the wane. https://t.co/mKKAKLMCh0
I just received a letter through my letter box at home addressed to "Professor Brian Cox, The BBC, Bristol". It was a complaint about the "raucous background noise of the so-called music". My thanks to the Post Office for acting above and beyond the call of duty.
I was reminded (long story) about how cool NASA's Deep Space Network website is - it shows you which spacecraft are in contact now - for example as I type @CanberraDSN is in contact with Voyager 2 :-) https://t.co/YvmjZ0i2Nm
Remembering John Young who would have been 90 today! An American astronaut, naval officer and aviator, test pilot, and aeronautical engineer. He became the ninth person to walk on the Moon as Commander of the #Apollo16https://t.co/LBI4hzfWOr
The most intelligent picture ever taken: Participants of the 5th Solvay Conference on Quantum Mechanics, 1927.
17 of the 29 attendees were or became Nobel Prize winners. Marie Curie, the only woman, had won in two separate scientific disciplines.
(Original by @SolvayGroup) https://t.co/vrOPJJCtWx
I'm literally staring at a call that opened today that might help fund @the_zooniverse and let us do new things. The deadline is in January. I need to decide roughly now if we're going to apply. It's impossible to make that decision because no-one knows what is happening. https://t.co/HIfxSlE7dx