Category Archives: Politics

Stinks

I’ve been smelling a familiar smell recently, a dangerous and unpleasant smell that I sort of recognised but couldn’t quite place. An email from from the organisation I work for has finally jogged my memory, and I recognise it. The … Continue reading

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Stay at Home Festival

I just did a live Q&A with Hannah Fry, Helen Czerski and Robin Ince. If you watch it you can learn all kinds of stuff about quarks, champagne corks, charts & graphs, zero gravity flights and the dangers of trying … Continue reading

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Margin of Error

We have achieved 100k COVID-19 tests in day hurrah! Bang the pots and pans and stuff. There’s a certain amount of cynicism, with even the BBC fact-checking itself. Some of the tests are in the post, and several were on … Continue reading

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URL right

I changed the title of my previous post, because I was worried it would mislead people, or at best look like a crap pun. It was originally called “A boost in testing times”. The potentially misleading — and entirely unintentional … Continue reading

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