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Warp News - Fact-Based Optimistic News

The world is better now than ever before, but most people still have a negative view of the future. We think one important reason is the negative bias in news media. Warp News will help to balance that with fact-based optimistic news. Warp News is run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.... Show More

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July 6, 2020 6 min

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In today’s episode of Warp News: Scotland has a goal for reaching 100% renewable energy by the end of this year, and a new glove that translates sign language into speech. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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In today’s episode of Warp News: a computer game that can help children with ADHD; and an amazing new technology that makes it possible to 3D print medical devices directly onto moving organs. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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Today we have the first in our new monthly series from our Warp News Live Shows.  Each month we livestream on social media discussing the very best in fact-based, optimistic new stories from around the world, interview guests, and chat with the Warp community.

In this first stream, hosted by Warp News Editor-in-chief, Magnus Aschan, I talk little about Africa's Great Green Wall, Warp New founder Mathias Sundin talks about the fu...

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In today’s episode of Warp News: the life-saving coronavirus drug that has finally been found; and how transparent solar cells may be a key to self-powered buildings while requiring ten times less light than traditional solar panels. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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In today’s episode of Warp News: Three COVID-19 vaccines ready for the last stage of testing, and New platform that makes renewable energy more accessible tested off the coast of Greece. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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In today’s episode of Warp News, Litterati: The global team that is cleaning the Earth, and Africa is building a mighty green wall over the entire continent. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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In today’s episode, a new record in internet speed has been recorded, one million times faster than broadband, and the EU wants to plant 3 billion trees and halve to use of pesticides by 2030. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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In today’s episode, LIDAR technology will make upcoming Volvo cars safer and self-driving, and North America's first-ever offshore wind farm is on the way. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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In today’s episode, a new subsea cable will bring internet to region where a billion people are still offline, and a breakthrough for treatment of lung cancer - study released two years in advance. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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May 12, 2020 14 min

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In this bonus episode, we discuss the Wisdom of Crowds, as written by Warp Co-Founder, Mattias Sundin.

What exactly is 'The Wisdom of Crowds'?  It is the idea many people in a collective are smarter than the few, or individuals.  Collective Wisdom shapes business, economics, societies, even nations.

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In today’s episode, an arm prosthesis that gives feeling back to the user, and for the first time ever, renewable energy has surpassed coal in U.S. power generation for an entire month straight. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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In today’s episode, Sweden has Shut Down Its Last Coal Plant Two Years ahead of schedule, and Malaysia is well on its way to eradicating the Malaria disease. These stories and more, coming up today on Warp News.

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In today’s episode, the SpaceX Starlink satellite-internet is slated to launch this year, and the United Arab Emirates is aiming for more self-sufficiency, as they invest $100 million into indoor farming.

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In today’s episode, Solar Panel driveways may soon be powering households with clean electricity, and a new machine can keep human livers alive outside the body for one week.

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In today’s episode, Tesla is using components from its Model 3 to engineer and produce ventilators, and research shows how the world's oceans can be healthy and full of life once again.

Join the Digital Fika, mentioned in this episode here!

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In today’s episode, a small island chain in Scotland may revolutionize how we produce hydrogen, and the United Kingdom has seen CO2 emissions drop by 29% over the last decade.

The world is better now than ever before, but most people still have a negative view of the future.

We think one important reason is the negative bias in news media.

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April 3, 2020 16 min

This audio is from a TEDx Talk.  You can watch the original video here.

https://www.ted.com/talks/mathias_sundin_why_ideas_are_worth_spreading

In this very special episode, Warp CoFounder Mathias Sundin talks about Why Ideas are Worth Spreading. 

Human development throughout history has been remarkable. From a small group of people living in one part of the African continent to stepping out onto another celestial body, what is behin...

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In today’s episode, solar cells for indoor use that can replace batteries in the future, and the continued closing of the ozone hole will help the southern jet stream return to normal.

The world is better now than ever before, but most people still have a negative view of the future.

We think one important reason is the negative bias in news media.

Warp News will help to balance that with fact-based, optimistic news.

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In today’s episode, two explorers could be the first humans on Mars, and a newly discovered protein may repair DNA breaks that are linked to aging and cancer.

The world is better now than ever before, but most people still have a negative view of the future.

We think one important reason is the negative bias in news media.

Warp News will help to balance that with fact-based, optimistic news.

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Tina and Tom Sjogren are explorers. They've climbed Mount Everest, gone back-to-back to the North- and the South Pole, but sort of ran out of new challenges on Earth.

Instead, they are looking up in space, more specifically to Mars.

It is not their goal to get there first, but if their time-schedule holds, they will be the first two humans to step out on the surface on the Red Planet.

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