This edition marks five years of Found This Week! I post these blogs each week to share cool things I find and as a method of archiving them for my own reference later. On occasion, a few people have told me they enjoy reading the edition each week, which to be honest I'm delighted to hear! Thanks for reading and I hope, as always, that you find some of the items in this week's edition interesting. Stay safe.
The New York Times published a very impressive data visualisation that explains how air is processed and circulated in the cabin of an aircraft. They simulated two million air particles to track how COVID would spread in a cabin if a positive passenger with a mask on sneezed. The takeaways are that the aircraft cabin is safer than the airport, and to keep your mask on all the time.