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- We gave Steven Pinker's book to 100 Members of Parliament.
- First Warp News Expert article with Doctor Mouna.
Reach in January
In December our reach was 504,062. This is not unique individuals, but how many times our content was exposed to someone online.
People interacted with our content 22,216 times (likes, comments, shares, or clicks.)
12,892 people visited our news websites.
Our mission is to make people more optimistic about the future, so they see and grab the opportunities. A mission like that is, of course, hard to measure. But we believe that the more people we reach with fact-based optimistic content, the bigger impact we'll have.
💡 We enlighten the Members of Parliament about a world that's getting better and better
Our community crowdfunded enough money to give 100 Members of Parliament Steven Pinker's book Enlightenment Now! A Manifesto for Reason, Science and Humanism.
Most of human history has been miserable. The beginning of the end of misery came with the Enlightenment.
In politics, problems are exaggerated and a different perspective is needed. That is why we are sending them this book about how, and why, the world has progressed.
Top 3 most read news articles in January
Of everything we published, our expert article with Doctor Mouna was the most read. Here are top 3 news articles.
🧠 Doctor Mouna: Understand your pandemic brain – and get optimistic about the future
The coronavirus has kidnapped our brain. The development is much more positive than most people are aware of, says Mouna Esmaeilzadeh, doctor, neuroscientist, entrepreneur, and not least, Warp News Expert in Health Tech.
We have, to say the least, had a challenging year. But, in the midst of panic and darkness, it is easy to forget that we still have the best conditions today to solve the challenges we face, she says.
In the same way, it is easy to drown in the negative news and not see that, although 2020 has been a challenging year, we have actually made tremendous progress in science and technology and continued to move humanity forward.
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