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📺 Why is the future created by optimists?
Why is the future created by optimists? And why will the future be good?
I discussed that with futurist Gerd Leonhard, who has started The Good Future Project.
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💡 Optimist's Edge: How to get a handle on the economy in 2023
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🥱 The more boring public service news, the better
A better and more reasonable public service should not be the fastest to report on an event. They shouldn’t even try to be. They should make a point out of being the slowest, to calmly take their time in finding out the actual facts and events and then publish their findings.
⚡ Nuclear fusion breakthrough: More energy out than in
For the first time in history, scientists have managed to produce more energy from nuclear fusion than what was required for the lasers to drive it.
🧠 Alzheimer's can be diagnosed before symptoms appear
A new method can detect people who are 20-40 times more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease.
☀️ New insight leads to better organic solar cells
A new method to describe energy loss in organic solar cells provides new insight that paves the way for more efficient devices.
🏡 3D-printed house made of "wood flour" is completely recyclable
Researchers have, for the first time, created a 3D-printed home made completely from natural materials. It’s made out of wood fibers and bio-resins left over from sawmills.
🛣 Two new roads in Detroit charge cars on the go
Detroit’s two new roads can charge electric vehicles that use a particular receiver on the go. The roads will be completely operational by 2023.
🧠 Higher heat makes for better brain surgery
A Swedish research group has found a simple way to reduce the number of repeat operations required in a certain type of brain surgery.
☀️ Floating solar farm track sun's rays to absorb more energy
A new floating solar farm developed by a Portuguese company tracks the sun’s rays in order to absorb more energy.
🦻 Airpods can work well as a hearing aid
Wireless headphones can be an inexpensive alternative to hearing aids and work just as well in some environments.
🇦🇺 Baby boom for the Quoll in Australia
An animal which became extinct in Australia during the 60’s now bounced back to life in the outback. 63 babies were born in the wild during the mating season this year alone.
🌿 The mangrove forests are doing better than expected
The felling of mangrove forests has sharply decreased.
🧫 Faster analysis provides earlier treatment of urinary tract infection
A new test provides faster answers to which bacteria is causing a patient's urinary tract infection and may also lead to antibiotics that are no longer used being given new life.