Discover more from Tugboat for Today
Favorites December 10th 2022
Wow, I had not realized so much fish farming was done inland now. For some reason I thought farmed fish had higher rates of heavy metal contamination, but a quick check right now indicates that at least for salmon, it's lower (although still very low either way)
Yea, I don't like the look of that, this is part of a longer thread on the macroeconomic situation.
If you're wondering, this is also why I tend to think that unbanning right-wing nutjobs from Twitter is probably bad for Republicans as a whole. Although of course it's bad for Twitter the platform because it makes it a less pleasant place to be.
From the article: "we cannot miss that this represents one of the most important, biggest medical breakthroughs in history"
• Thread about recent progress in nuclear fusion, arguing it's closer than you might think. Although, I only just heard about how the next problem we're going to have once we get net positive reactions is that the neutrons coming off the reaction are going to quickly damage the containment vessel. What we'll really need is aneutronic fusion.