🌟 Premium Content

Essays on how to understand and create the future. By becoming a premium supporter you support the creation and spreading of fact-based optimistic news. Together, we share ideas with a global network of optimistic and entrepreneurial people.

Ulrika Gerth 3 min read

πŸ‘ The art of breaking bad habits

Husband: β€˜Are you really the right person to be writing about this?’

Warp Guest Writer 8 min read

πŸ—žοΈ I skipped the news - and lived to tell about it

After a thirty-day news fast, Tomas SΓΆderlund found his place in a lower, calmer, and more pleasant pace of information with greater positive energy - without feeling less informed. With a little distance from everything that happens, the big features stood out better.

Anders Bolling 4 min read

πŸ€₯ The false myth about our selfish nature

Would we all become Mr. Hyde as soon as the thin veneer of civilization is scraped away? Anders Bolling has gotten himself food for thought.

Cornelia Ekvall 2 min read

πŸ›°οΈ Space is important to our security policy

We now have a new type of infrastructure – satellite networks. This infrastructure will transform both military and civilian operations and foster new thinking and innovation.

Mathias Sundin 4 min read

😑 The fear mongering news media is ruining our society with anger and sadness

Sorry about the angry headline, but I'm just following the trend. Over the last 20 years headlines in news media have turned more and more negative and angry.

Maria Eriksson 4 min read

🏫 What is the school good for - and how can it be improved?

How do you prepare for a future that is largely unknown? How do you contribute to changing the world for the better? How do you create tools for a good life? The school could play an important role in all this, if we dare to think anew.

Anders Bolling 4 min read

😨 Anders Bolling: External threats are the bane of modern man

Terrorist crisis - refugee crisis - financial crisis - euro crisis - metoo crisis - pandemic crisis - Ukraine crisis - energy crisis. Should any gaps arise, the ever-luring climate crisis pops up.

Mathias Sundin 3 min read

πŸ§€ The world's most ambitious cheese

One kilogram of cheese accounts for between six and 13 kilograms of carbon dioxide emissions. The solution is not to stop eating cheese, but to produce cheese with less climate impact. That's what Stockeld Dreamery does and recently Warp Premium Supporters visited the company.

Marco Borsari 6 min read

🧠 Science on the way to unfold the mysteries of the mind

Through new technologies allowing researchers to "observe" inside the brain, science is discovering new patterns and formulating effective theories on how the mind works: between epochal discoveries, open questions and new treatments to heal the mind.

Anders Bolling 5 min read

πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Many political setbacks are an illusion

Something is about to break, it is often claimed. But is that true? For decades, immigration has increased, without xenophobia increasing. The view of equality, homosexual rights, violence, and causes of crime has shifted sharply in the direction of human rights.

Ulrika Gerth 3 min read

😟 Hey, kids – drop the climate anxiety

"A millennial couple recounting how they wrestled for a decade (!) with the β€œethical quandary” of whether to bring β€œanother human onto an already crowded planet.” (she wanted to raise a β€œclimate ally,” he feared for the child’s future)," writes Ulrika G. Gerth

Cornelia Ekvall 3 min read

πŸ’• Quantum physics and love

In the same way that we feel a bond with a person we love on the other side of the world, the capacity of one particle can affect another particle, regardless of distance.