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πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #76

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #76

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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πŸ“° Strategy Story on Warp News

A publication called the Strategy Story reached out and wanted to tell "the inspiring story is of a rising media startup called Warp News" - their words, not mine.

From the intro to the article:
"Optimists have more ideas than pessimists, and they create more out of those ideas. In a world with more optimists, Warp News aims to warp the curve of humanity and make a better future come sooner."

You'll find the results here.

Mathias Sundin
CEO of Warp News
Chairman of Warp Institute

Fact-based optimistic news of the week

πŸš€ Robotic hamster ball will explore caves on the moon.

ESA wants to explore kilometer long lava caves hidden below the lunar surface with the help of a robotic β€œhamster” ball. Water and other essential materials may be hidden in the extensive lava tubes, waiting to be explored.

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πŸŽ‰ It's time to party sustainably!

This eco-friendly confetti contains flower, grass and herb seeds and is made from starch.

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⬆️ Optimism's Theory of Knowledge.

The optimist's view differs from the pessimist's in a fundamental respect: the optimist sees what could be done with the half-full glass, what it can be used for, and who might need a little water right now, writes Nicklas Berild Lundblad.

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πŸ’³πŸŒ³ A debit card that helps fund reforestation projects.

By using this yet-to-launch wooden debit card you’ll help pay for reforestation projects and plant trees with help from Ecosia.

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