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πŸ’‘ Warp News Tips: Robot-dinos, our first e-book & why have renewable energy costs dropped so fast?

πŸ’‘ Warp News Tips: Robot-dinos, our first e-book & why have renewable energy costs dropped so fast?

How will kill a robot-dinosaur, our first e-book on the New Space Race, the dramatic price drop of renewable energy and two new interviews with Elon Musk.

Mathias Sundin
Mathias Sundin

πŸ“š Book

Have you read your first short Warp News e-book yet? It comes free with your Premium Supporter membership. (Others can buy it on Amazon.)

Even if you are not a space geek, I recommend you read it. Especially if you're not a space geek. It is short and very informative on a development that will have great impact on humanity in the coming decades.

What is happening and why it is happening is both interesting and important to understand, even if you prefer to stand with both feet firmly on the ground.

Here you can find instructions how to download and read the ebook.

πŸ“° Article

Our World in Data has an excellent article on how and why renewable energy costs have dropped so dramatically.

πŸ‘‰ Why did renewables become so cheap so fast? And what can we do to use this global opportunity for green growth?

πŸ“Ί Video

Elon Musk received the Axel Springer Award recently and was interviewed by Springer's CEO Mathias DΓΆpfner.

Interesting, as always with Musk.

He also got questions from other CEO and talked about electric airplanes, among many other things.

πŸ—„οΈ From the archive

What happens when people are told to smash and destroy a cute robot-dinosaur called Mr. Spaghetti?

MIT researcher Kate Darling tested five groups of people and the results say a lot about or relationships with robots - and why we name them.

πŸ€– What have you named your robot vacuum cleaner?

πŸ€ͺ And now for something completely different

The second person, and first man, to get vaccinated for Covid-19 in the U.K. was named ... William Shakespeare.