#3: Home Automation, Space, Slapping a chicken, viral website, source code of mRNA vaccines

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#3: Home Automation, Space, Slapping a chicken, viral website, source code of mRNA vaccines
By Simply Explained • Issue #3 • View online
Hi!
Another month has passed by, so it’s time for a new edition of this newsletter.
I didn’t publish any videos in the past month because I’m a total wasteman. Instead, this newsletter contains an extra long section of “cool stuff I found on the internet.”
Take care & enjoy!
Xavier

Recent Blog Post
No new videos this month, but I did manage to write a blog post about Home Assistant.
Good Home Automation Should be Boring
Cool Stuff I Found on the Internet
Venus Could Have Been Habitable for Billions of Years
I Cooked a Chicken by Slapping It
Scientists Grow Mouse Embryos in a Mechanical Womb
Inside a viral website
New, reversible CRISPR method
I hope you’re not tired of the COVID19-related content. It still fascinates me a lot. Here are some interesting articles:
Could an accident have caused COVID-19? Why the Wuhan lab-leak theory shouldn't be dismissed
"Source code" of mRNA vaccines released
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