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What people believe about the future is mostly wrong.

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Most people think news media is negative...

How do the constant negative headlines affect your perception of reality?

Most people have a pessimistic view of the future and of new technologies.

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The difference between what people believe and the facts.


Would you have liked to understand the internet in 1994? Bitcoin in 2013? Tesla in 2015?

Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic world-view, people miss important trends.

We do surveys of what people believe and compare that with the facts, giving you unique insights

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One example of the Optimist's Edge

💡 Optimist’s Edge: Should we fix Earth before going to space?


61 percent believe we should 'fix Earth' before we go to space.
That is wrong.

Optimist's Edge:
We need space to fix Earth.

Without satellites it will be much harder and more expansive to fight climate change, save coral reefs and help people during natural disasters.

But our facts show that satellites can help us understand Earth better by providing vital information in many different areas, giving a global perspective with many details on problems that before only could be studied in pieces at a time.

Satellites can, for instance, photograph and monitor Earth’s surface, help with predictions by observing weather and climate, and monitor ecosystems that are otherwise hidden.

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