an interesting, detailed look at disease outbreak with simulations. I recommend checking this out: https://meltingasphalt.com/interactive/outbreak/
Made a O
Love, time, humanity and the beauty of science https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jFdxd1qX2g
http://viewer.scuttlebot.io/%25RbzGUXS4jiZHToZN9xPHBRAOs08VZjLgfyoz1KklmvQ%3D.sha256 Dominic's sailing log for Auckland to Wellington @neauoire @rek @dualhammers
- Scheffler Mirror cooker
- Solar dehydrator
- Biogas digester
- Solar box oven
- Solar water heater
"...Food comes from the gardens, we cook with sun and biogas, and we use water from the wells. There is no “food waste” as we use the biogas digester to create methane to cook with and the rest is used as fertilizer on the land. What we eat goes into the compost toilets, again to be used on the land..."
"Imagine if the over 50 million dollars funding Signal had gone towards polishing a distributed messenger. Maybe instead of Signal stickers we'd have a similar level of polish to any of the more private, more censorship resistant, and more available messengers instead. Perhaps that's the real problem."
from Dispelling Decentralization Doubts by @sj (blog post on #Moxie's awful CCC rant against distributed/federated systems"
The whole blog post is great and I recommend it
Wrote some thoughts on electronics, software, longtermism. Trying to make sense of all this in my head.
A very cool photo of @kor when we crossed NZ's north island, road trip to Wellington.
Boat fix progress #theWorkshop
Anne Müller's first solo album, "Heliopause", is out. I've followed her collaborations with Nils Frahm and co, and enjoying this LP very much as well: https://open.spotify.com/album/3SZT7TfzSJaIdoHI8ttOBD?si=F8apUOdZRdSqQZvbZD_VPQ
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.