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πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #88

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #88

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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🎧 Do Explain


It's not every day I get to talk about how we should make the future come sooner, bitcoin, David Deutsch, Starcraft, naive pessimists, Northvolt, filter bubbles, space and AI - all in the same podcast.

But that I did Chris LΓΆvgren in his podcast Do Explain.

He started the podcast a couple of years ago to better understand David Deutsch's thoughts and ideas. David is one of my intellectual heroes. His book The Beginning of Infinity is the top three books I read.

I wrote about one of David's conclusions here: Infinite human knowledge is possible.

Please listen to the podcast with Chris. Search for Do Explain in your podcast player, or find a link here.

Mathias Sundin
CEO Warp News

πŸ’‘Optimist's Edge: This is how scientists are trying to outmaneuver aging to give you a longer life

Since the beginning of humanity, humans have had to find contentment in the dilemma that living means aging and death.

But old age is not inevitable.

There are several ways to slow down and reverse aging and this is what you need to know to have a chance at a 100-year life.

πŸ’‘Optimist's Edge: This is how scientists are trying to outmaneuver aging to give you a longer life

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Mathias Sundin
CEO of Warp News
Chairman of Warp Institute

🌳 The optimistic future is a tree

If you thought that the successful moon landing in the '60s was due to luck and high ambitions, you are wrong. Nicklas Berild Lundblad writes about how optimism should be based on an analysis of what growing human abilities can achieve.

πŸ‘‰ Read this Premium Supporter article on Warp News.


Fact-based optimistic news of the week

🌌AI discovers "bridges" of dark matter

An important key to understanding dark matter is to get a map of how it is distributed in the universe. Now, researchers from the United States and Korea have created a map that has revealed new information about how the invisible matter is spread.

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πŸš€ The future of space travel: through wormholes or with Warp Drives?

Mankind dreams about distant places as we are reaching further out in the solar system. But space travel has proven itself tricky and time-consuming. Would it be possible to travel through wormholes or use Warp Drives? We have asked Ulf Danielsson, professor in theoretical physics.

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πŸ‘ƒ An electronic nose smells cancer in blood samples

A regular blood test can show if you have cancer cells in your blood and if a tumor is benign or malignant.

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πŸ‘ This hoodie is 100% carbon negative

This new hoodie is 100 percent carbon negative and it all begins with sheep in New Zealand.

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πŸŒ‘ Scientists want to build a particle accelerator on the moon

Scientists are discovering what a lunar particle accelerator could achieve. The idea of conducting particle collisions on the moon, might not even be that unrealistic.

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