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#7 - Smartphones, WW2, SpaceX, Leap seconds, Battery innovation, and more!

#7 - Smartphones, WW2, SpaceX, Leap seconds, Battery innovation, and more!
By Simply Explained Newsletter • Issue #7 • View online
Thanks for still being subscribed to this newsletter. I hope I’m not boring you with these random bits of “cool” information.
This month, I have some thought-provoking 🤔 subjects for you.
I hope you enjoy this edition, and as always: reply with feedback if you have any!
Stay curious,

👨‍🏫 Simply Explained
I didn’t post any videos during the previous month. I’m currently working on some educational videos for actual classrooms!
I just wanted to share an update of my YouTube spam filter: it’s been running very well. So far, it has automatically deleted 190 spam comments. However, it missed 132 spam comments, so I keep my eye out for those and periodically retrain the model.
🤩 My favorite YouTube channels
I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite YouTube channels with you. Many of them have inspired me to start my channel, and I’ve learned a lot from them as well. They’re listed in no particular order:
🤓 Cool Stuff I Found on the Internet
Road warriors: American trucks and SUVs are now longer than the tanks that fought in World War II
SpaceX installed 29 Raptor engines on a Super Heavy rocket
Apple will start scanning your photos
⚡️ Energy
Top 5% Polluting Power Plants Account For 73% Of Global Emissions
🦠 SARS-CoV-2
And last but not least: some news about our ongoing battle against COVID19.
Commission approves Novavax coronavirus vaccine deal
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