Sunday, March 5, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (3/5/23)

It's Sunday morning and I just put on some Bach; things are good.

Ocean treaty: Historic agreement reached after decade of talks (BBC)

Dozens of UK police officers disciplined over sexual contact with crime victims and witnesses (The Guardian)

Texas Is Trying to Scrub Abortion From Its Internet (Gizmodo)

Belgium’s strict COVID measures constitutional, can be used in future pandemics, top court rules (Politico EU)

U.S. Intelligence: foreign rivals didn't cause Havana Syndrome (NPR)

Saint-Marc, tapped as federal magistrate judge, poised to make history in NH (NHPR)

Deer Could Be a Reservoir of Old Coronavirus Variants, Study Suggests (NYT)

!! Hidden Chamber Revealed Inside Great Pyramid of Giza (Smithsonian)

How Jimmy Carter started the craft-beer revolution — with a transportation bill (Grid)

‘Remarkable’: Eastbourne shipwreck identified as 17th-century Dutch warship (The Guardian)

And some longer reads:

Ukraine war: Viral conspiracy theories falsely claim the war is fake (BBC)

Chotiner is so good at his job: Imran Khan’s Double Game (New Yorker)

Can Germany Be a Great Military Power Again? (NYT)

How China built the world’s biggest EV charging network - and left the US far behind (Grid)

The Age of Sail: Nautical Fiction and the Origins of Space Opera (Tor)

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