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💡 Warp News Newsletter #97

💡 Warp News Newsletter #97

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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On September 19, Warp Space Summit kicks off, and joining us will be two extremely interesting people: Tina and Tom Sjögren.

They have several Guinness World Records after a life full of adventure. Mount Everest, the North and South Poles and much more.

But their next adventure is like nothing else: They are going to Mars!

To achieve that goal, they have started Pythom Space, a rocket company that sells satellite launches. They develop almost everything themselves and recently carried out very successful tests of the rocket engine.

They come to the Warp Space Summit to talk about their fascinating plans.

Right now you get a ticket to Warp Space Summit for $49. This includes a one-year Warp Premium Supporter. In addition, you can win a Starlink, when Elon Musk's satellite internet comes to your area.

The Warp Space Summit can be enjoyed both online and live in Linköping, Sweden.

Book your ticket here.

💡 Optimist's Edge: Tech your empathy to the next level

Many people, wrongly, see technology as being opposed to closeness, compassion, and empathy. Knowing how technology truly can affect our empathy gives you an edge. Ready to get it?

💡 Optimist's Edge: Tech your empathy to the next level

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💬 Things were better before – weren’t they?

With nearly eight billion people on the planet, there are always people whose current situation is not good, and they may well have had it better in the past. But on a macro level, there is no question about it – we have never had it better, writes Kelly Odell.

👉 Read this Premium Supporter article on Warp News.


Fact-based optimistic news of the week

🚞 This company plants a tree for every train ticket sold

For every train ticket sold through their app or website, this company plants a tree in the UK.

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Warp Space Summit is coming on September 19, both in person and digitally on Hopin. We are now announcing that 1 lucky attendee will win a Starlink satellite internet kit!

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🪁 Airbubble playground purifies the air with algae

This playground creates a microclimate ensuring children can breathe good quality air while playing.

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🌱 This project regenerates lost biodiversity and prevent flooding

A new large-scale restoration project in the UK restores peatlands on the moors. It will help regenerate lost biodiversity, prevent flooding, and “absorb CO2 emissions like a sponge”.

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🧠 New types of chips can improve "brain-computer-interfaces"

Brain-computer interfaces are likely to be a key part of our future. Progress has now been made regarding the required chip.

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💧 New technology filters clean water out of the air

This company has created a machine that can draw drinking water out of thin air.

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