πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #99

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #99

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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The program for Warp Space Summit + new offer

Sunday next week! Warp Space Summit! I'm very excited as you can see from all the exclamation marks!

Here is a big chunk of the program:

  • Dr. Tanya Harrison, NASA mission specialist: On Mars rover Perseverance and Mars helicopter Ingenuity
  • Optimist's Edge: Creating sustainability on earth using space with Cornelia Ekvall
  • Behind the scenes on space strategy game Stellaris with Game Director Daniel MoregΓ₯rd.
  • Harvard professor Avi Loeb: Has humanity seen the first sign of intelligent life beyond Earth?
  • Optimist's Edge: Satellite data and images are the new oil with L Christer Andersson, CEO of Pandion AI
  • Space in education with Physics Teacher of the Year, Jenny Jansson.
  • Interview with Tina & Tom SjΓΆgren - founders of Pythom Space, about their rocket company and trip to Mars.
  • Optimist's Edge: Starlink and global satellite internet with Rich Spuller and Cornelia Ekvall
  • O'Neill cylinders, gigantic space colonies with dr. Sven Grahn

You can now buy a ticket for $30 and then you get three months free Premium Supporter. That is our membership, with Optimist's Edge, and you of course support or work with balancing the negative news media.

You can join us online or physically in LinkΓΆping.

See you!

Mathias Sundin

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πŸ’¬ Why we must begin to understand the really big and the really small

Paradoxically, it is the evolution that has brought us here. Because we humans live in a kind of middle world. We have a hard time grasping that which is really big, slow, small, and fast. Now is the time to change that.

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

Fact-based optimistic news of the week

πŸ’§ The Swedes that wants to provide the world with clean drinking water

What if there was a Tesla for water? An organization that swept in and addressed a big problem in a new innovative and scalable way. This is what Swedish Wayout wants to do.

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🌊 New tidal energy design harvest double the energy

Researchers have designed a new type of generator that can extract twice as much wave energy.

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🧊 This recyclable cooler uses wool to keep its cool

This new recyclable cooler is plastic-free and uses wool to keep things cool.

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πŸ›° Virgin Orbit goes public – passes FAA certification

Virgin Galactic's lesser known sibling goes public and closer to securing additional launch sites.

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🏑 These Norwegian houses are built from recycled plastic

A Norwegian startup aims to build affordable homes for those in need, especially focused on sub-Saharan Africa. The houses will be made from recycled plastic.

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πŸŽ‰ The winners in our slogan competition for the Warp Space Summit!

The Sky Is Not The Limit and five other winning slogans in our Warp Space Summit competition.

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πŸ‘‚ Kiwi calls heard again for the first time in five years

New Zealand finally hears Kiwi calls once again after 5 years of silence.

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Were There Cryptocurrencies Before Bitcoin?

Before there was Bitcoin, there were a few attempts to create digital money. Warp News Md Motiur Rahman goes through the early days of digital currencies.

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