@hex
It was more the Plum Island narrative I was looking at. I mean they did actual admit tick diseases were being researched there. But its a bit too circumstantial for my liking.

Still now we have the Plandemic movie (which I am not going to watch), so maybe this will come out as the "truth" one day.

@ColinTheMathmo
Okay I will be the boring one and suggest Overleaf, Word's New Equation editor or LyX before unfiltered LaTeX. Or Windows 10 and the Math Input Panel

Microsoft were boasting about the new equation editor accepting LaTeX now (I think Google Sheets does too).

Overleaf.com is pretty good and has a rich text option to enter text. LyX does that locally and both let you put R in too with knitr. Also let's you use Git.

Everything else I can think of is paid, like MathType

@hex
Isn't that what happened with Lyme disease?

If you believe the conspiracy theory

I think we need to start a campaign to have more open access government databases. At least then we could keep the mainstream media in check...

Of course we also would know what the government was up to, so it will never happen.

vam103 boosted

‘Zoom is malware’: why experts worry about the video conferencing platform
theguardian.com/technology/202

Let's be clear. The lack of focus on privacy and security, while a typical silicon valley flaw, was a choice of profit over security.

At this point I would remind everyone that the expected value of a binomial random variable is N×p where N is the number of items in a population and p is the probability of an item having the quality.

Example: Whether a person is infected.

You can not change p so reduce N!

If he only knew about "business as usual" at a university...

Shaun Micallef's MAD AS HELL : ABC iview - Shaun Micallef's MAD AS HELL : ABC iview
iview.abc.net.au/show/shaun-mi

PhD student: So which package did you use to write the Trapezium rule function.
Me: None
PhD Student: So what was the site you got it off?
Me: None.
PhD Student: So where did it come from?
Me: My brain :)

They still can't believe I knocked it up in half an hour in R.

RT @smthomas_sci: “If people are sufficiently worried then there is no need to worry” - a nice explanation of exponential and logistic growth in the context of covid-19 t.co/0Wncv7W0nE

Mainstream Media doing it again...

And they wonder why they are in such a bad state...

twitter.com/Boomieleaks/status

Turns out when you teach you foundation mathematics students basic linear algebra they sudden find the course difficult... And we even had a population dynamics problem...

@kimreece
Mine did that during my PhD but we pretty much just key e-mailling unlike the one for my masters

Feeling like a mad scientist as I code in R and listen to Red Right Hand by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

open.spotify.com/track/7HrpPxC

At the New Staff Expo at UQ St Lucia... After 10 years of working for UQ....

The only international bombing effort that should be going on is water bombing of fires

Just wondering if I have read this correctly...

The USA (and friends) can not help with the Australian Bushfires unless invited as it is a sovereign nation but... They can enter Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan and bomb them without any invitation?

Really?!!!

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