Some things I noticed 09/20/2020:
  1. Proclamation 1021 extending the period of state of calamity in the Philippines until September 12, 2021
  2. the Great Red Spot now measures about 15 800 kilometres across, big enough to swallow the Earth. The super-storm is still shrinking
  3. Extreme distance cuts both ways.” “All those allies would be absolutely key.” “In pure game theory, US would be better off seeking war.
  4. plenty of nations have voluntarily limited their territorial seas to avoid conflict, sometimes concessions can strengthen national security
  5. Health monitoring and provincial care system had 1 million volunteers. Good for one is good for all. Adversity reveals a nation’s character.
  6. The Filipino people should be thankful to these countries for supporting the arbitral award and ensuring that the rule of law will prevail
  7. Feelin’ A-LIVE — A Virtual Table Read of Fast Times at Ridgemont High
  8. how do you catch the winds of luck?
  9. A neighbor asked for a tomato.
  10. Makita rebar tier

“If you thought you might not wake up tomorrow, and most other people around you are having the same kind of thought, how does that change things on the ground in your little world? How does that impact the water cooler discussions at work the next day?”

— The Destroyer of Worlds, Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History
Some things I noticed 08/07/2020:
  1. the consensus now is that the bright yellow flame was the result of a phenomena called engine-rich exhaust” 😂
  2. Our solar system may be much less stable than it seems. Almost every possible case is unpredictable on long time scales.
  3. We stand ready to properly resolve maritime disputes with the Philippines through friendly consultations
  4. Remdesivir manufacturer, Gilead, just set the price for the COVID-19 treatment: between $2,300 and $3,100 per patient.
  5. Israel offered humanitarian aid to Lebanon, with which it is still technically at war, following the huge explosions that rocked Beirut
  6. Wirecard business partner reported dead in Philippines
  7. Assembly of world’s largest nuclear fusion reactor begins