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💡 Too bad to be true
This week was the big launch of the Too bad to be true-investigation. Our partner The Progress Network is doing a great job spreading it globally.
🔋 Project Energy Society
I joined a panel in front of 500 high school kids at Future Film Fest, talking about energy and Project Energy Society.
🎙️ Two podcasts (Swedish)
Both podcasts in Swedish, but I share it here since a lot of Swedes subscribe to the English newsletter.
🗓️ Personal Days
A reminder: I will take two personal days this coming week on Tuesday and Thursday. I will focus on writing my AI book together with WALL-Y.
News will continue to be published every day, and you'll get a summary on Saturday as usual.
The Angry Optimist
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🐯 Investigation: There is no sixth mass extinction going on
"We are entering a sixth mass extinction," says Paul Ehrlich in an interview with Warp News. He is not alone in believing this. But our investigation shows that is wrong. However, there is no shortage of problems with species extinction. But, by and large, we have now learned to manage them.
🔎 This is why we investigate the sixth mass extinction
Don't we care about animals going extinct? Doesn't this investigation risk causing people to stop caring about animal extinction? Warp News' editor-in-chief responds to why we are investigating the sixth mass extinction.
🚀 A paradigm shift behind Sweden's new astronaut
Everyone focused on Sweden getting a new astronaut, but they missed how. There's the real news, and also tells a bigger story - and Warp News can reveal how it happened.
Fact-based optimistic news of the week
💉 Hope in the fight against malaria: groundbreaking vaccines take center stage
New vaccines are proving highly effective against malaria, and now there is hope that the end of the disease is within reach.
🚗 First time: An EV is Europe's best-selling car
During the first quarter, it happened! An electric car tops the list of new cars in Europe.
🐠 Untouched coral reef discovered in the Galápagos Islands
A previously unknown and untouched coral reef teeming with marine life has been discovered off the coast of Ecuador's Galápagos Islands.
🌞 The Angry Optimist on climate optimism at Stockholm Climate Week
VIDEO: Warp News' Mathias Sundin spoke about a tsunami of climate solutions at Stockholm Climate Week.
🧠 Sharpest image ever of a brain
64 billion times sharper: Research at Duke University has resulted in the sharpest image ever of a mouse brain through improved MRI technology. The new resolution can help researchers better understand how the brain changes through aging, diet, and diseases such as Alzheimer's.