Tuesday, 5 May 2020

2 Mystery Thanet Streets, Sunday's answers and some sort of ramble

 Q1 Which Thanet Street

Q2 Which Thanet St

I have had a bit of a lazy day today

 I moved my desk in the living room so I am next to the window and plan to grow some seedlings in the window, I'm not good with natural history so I'm not expecting much.

 The light is different and I have been fiddling about trying to find the best place to copy photos

Sunday's answers

 nobody came up with where this was taken from and as I don't know it remains a mystery.

this is a diode valve, unusual as it only has three wires, the heater doubling a s a cathode.

Here is another unusual electronic component
for anyone who wants to guess what it is.

 tonight's moon out the window

Pretty much a straight run for a month of the UK having the worst death rates per capita of any of the main first world countries.

From Simon Crow
Latest C-19 Death Rates by Country
1. This is daily deaths per ten million residents, counting from the day of first reported death
2. Trend is a 7-day moving average
While I have great respect and admiration for the the frontline doctors and nurses, as institutions the NHS and DoH are pretty bad.

WorldOmeter table

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