We looked inside some of the tweets by @kelvinnewman and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Dutch proposal to dam the North Sea to protect Europe from sea level rise. Apparently it’s technically feasible for €500Bn. Sounds like an insane bit of geoengineering to me though?! Source: https://t.co/WASU01Lfjt https://t.co/pyfI9ebuHa
Bring back Doggerland? https://t.co/h63HF2tlYp
Every bar tomorrow https://t.co/PT9Qj8yNZV
Southampton’s Nuffield Theatre is closing for good. 60yrs of investment, training & serving its community. All profitable in normal times, just needed shortfall funding while closed & it didn’t come in time So sorry to the 86 made redundant, & the locals who loved their theatre https://t.co/zPT98oVy7b
Arts make up a bigger % of UK GDP than agriculture. This isn’t just a cultural issue- it’s a long term economic one. https://t.co/nSWl1hjqze
Coronavirus infection rates continue to fall in Sussex - with the county having some of the lowest rates in the UK. #WestSussex = 2.9 per 100,000 #EastSussex = 4.5 per 100,000 #Brighton = 2.4 per 100,000 Leicester has 140 per 100,000 https://t.co/QogxpMTc6R https://t.co/kVImpfdcAc
Anyone able to explain the reasons why East Sussex seems to have a much higher infection rate than West Sussex & Brighton? https://t.co/WDLCkX9UOv
New: leaked documents and sources from in and around the criminal world detail an extraordinary operation. Police infiltrated an encrypted phone network, and for months read millions of messages. It's hard to overstate how big this is for organized crime https://t.co/VsCDvmEj3P?
On 5 June a fellow cyclist was struck and killed by a motorist on the A281 near Brighton. Sussex Nomads has joined with 11 other Sussex-based cycling clubs to urge highway authorities in Sussex to put up warning signs on roads frequented by cyclists and - too often... https://t.co/qM7ioYVhAf
A fairly extensive look at why food processing factories are hotspots for coronavirus outbreaks, and what can be done to try to mitigate further problems https://t.co/SIvYhYMY5Y
This is good on just why these outbreaks seem to keep happening in meat-packing factories: it's a little bit the cold, a little bit the noisy, cramped working environment, and a fair bit the likelihood of low paid workers living and travelling together (and a lack of sick pay.) https://t.co/s9QAikFa6e