Pays de Montbéliard. Un corps calciné retrouvé dans une voiture sur un chemin Š Écurcey
"Now Sunak blames Covid for failing railways as he repeatedly dodges HS2 questions in excruciating interviews"
Human beings are stupid creatures who fail to learn from history. Even very, very recent history.
(That includes me, as I've momentarily forgotten the name of Sunak's immediate predecessor.)
Now Sunak blames Covid for failing railways as he repeatedly dodges HS2 questions in excruciating interviews
The PM said Covid-19 caused everyone to ‘stop travelling on the rail network’, which has made running train services ‘very difficult’ - as he suggested fixing potholes was ‘priority number one’
Report of the 2021 U.S. Community Study on the Future of Particle Physics (Snowmass 2021) Summary Chapter
The 2021-22 High-Energy Physics Community Planning Exercise (a.k.a. ``Snowmass 2021'') was organized by the Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society. Snowmass 2021 was a scientific study that provided an opportunity for the entire U.S. particle physics community, along with its international partners, to identify the most important scientific questions in High Energy Physics for the following decade, with an eye to the decade after that, and the experiments, facilities,…
Agree with everything in this thread about the importance of *breadth* in education - especially the inclusion of non-STEM subjects for people following a #STEM track.
Paul Cantrell (@firstname.lastname@example.org)
Signing off for now. Folks: Follow your curiosity. Ask who every school is for. Ask how it views its students. View with skepticism any putative efforts to help marginalized students if those efforts work by •narrowing• them. If you’re in college, go take those classes outside your discipline, outside your comfort zone. You cannot possibly know how much they will matter. Exercise your freedom. Claim it in your education (in and out of school). Fight to make that available to everyone…