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The follow-up includes a breakdown of the sources of China's carbon, (vast majority is electricity/heat + industry)
This is a response to Amtrack's widely mocked $80 billion plan to build *normal speed* rail nationwide.
When they say 'most complicated treatment ever' they're not kidding: it took over a year to manufacture each patient's customized treatment.
Of the 17 who reoffended, only one was violent. The releases weren't random of course, they were people in lower security prisons who were at high risk for COVID complications.
Nate Silver is saying that at this point the best case for the GOP is narrow control of the House and a 50-50 senate. Keeping the same number of senators (possibly picking up a seat) in a midterm is extremely unusual for the President's party. Things are coming out pretty close to the 'blue' case he described pre-election.
• Very long (overly long?) thread about how it will be bad for authors if Twitter collapses. TL;DR: Twitter, more than any other platform, is a good place to find people who like reading.
• Popehat gives a couple quick tips for any FTX executives on how to flee to non-extraditable countries. TL;DR: 1) Make absolutely sure there's no extradition 2) make sure you won't be assassinated by Sequoia Capitol shareholders.