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Mathias Sundin

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: This is when electric cars will be cheaper than petrol cars

72 percent are completely wrong about when electric cars will be cheaper to buy than petrol cars, and out of those half think that it will NEVER happen. Electric vehicles will overtake petrol cars when the cost of the battery makes them cheaper to buy. We reveal when this will happen.

Kent Olofsson

πŸ“± A new app will help women with urine leakage

An app with information and exercise programs can reduce the discomfort for women with urinary incontinence.

Kent Olofsson

🐝Walmart push policy to protect pollinators

Walmart requires suppliers to stop using pesticides and to start to facilitate pollinating insects on their lands.

Kent Olofsson

🏳 World's most white color gets even whiter - reduces the need for air conditioning

An ultra-white color can reflect 98.5 percent of incoming sunlight and lower the temperature as much as a ten kilowatt air conditioner.

Warp Editorial Staff

πŸ“— The book that explores why we age and why we don't have to

The first person to turn 150 may already be born, says David Sinclair. He is one of the foremost profiles in longevity research and explores the subject in the book "Longevity: Why we age and why we do not have to" which is released today.

Rich Spuller

🎧 The New Optimist's Edge: Founder's Discussion Podcast

Warp News co-founders, Mathias Sundin, Magnus Aschan, Rich Spuller, and Eric Porper discuss the NEW Optimist's Edge.

Linn Winge

🌻 The facemask that can be littered

Bury your mask in the garden and watch biodiversity bloom.

Linn Winge

🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Scotland is getting a new nature reserve

A community in Scotland β€œachieves the impossible” and now the nation is getting a new nature reserve.

Linn Winge

β˜•οΈ Coffee pulp - a way to speed up forest restoration

To spread coffee pulp, which is a by-product from coffee production, over degraded lands can help it recover more quickly, a new study finds.

Linn Winge

⚑️🌊 Tidal energy takes Scotland towards zero emissions

Scotland is at the forefront of fighting climate change. On their way towards net-zero, electric cars on the island of Yell can now be powered by tidal energy.

Magnus Aschan

πŸŽ“10 times faster AI- learning with a new processor

Grace is Nvidia's first processor designed specifically for data centers. The company believes that the processor stands for a significant increase in performance. It is supposed to achieve 10 times faster learning of AI models thanks to energy-efficient ARM cores.

Cornelia Ekvall

πŸš€ MOXIE is generating oxygen on Mars to prepare for manned missions

MOXIE is a small box in the size of a car battery, designed by NASA to convert carbon dioxide to oxygen- in a similar way to photosynthesis in plants. The oxygen generating box is right now on the surface of Mars together with the rover Perseverance, ready to be tested during coming experiments.

Kent Olofsson

🌻5 examples of how renewable energy is changing the game

Worl Economic Forum lists five examples of renewable energy success stories, to emphasize the unstoppable trend.

Magnus Aschan

πŸš€ NASA makes the first flight on another planet

The Mars helicopter Ingenuity has completed a first successful flight. The event is historic and NASA calls it "a Wright Brothers moment".

Warp Editorial Staff

πŸ“ˆ Get the Optimist's Edge

What happens if you have facts that show an entirely different development than most people take for granted? What if you see an upward trend where most people assume it's downward? Then you get an edge, the Optimist's Edge.

Mathias Sundin

πŸ“ Warp News Impact Report - March 2021

We published the best-selling author of the Rational Optimist, Matt Ridley. Named Johan Kuylienstierna Fact-based Optimist of the Year and set a date for Warp Space Summit.


"Being a Warp supporter is a way for us to stay up-to-date with impactful technological changes and remain forward-looking in our thinking."
- Johannes Hylander, Co-founder & Partner at New Republic PR .