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At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge. The difference between what people believe, and the facts.
With the Optimist's Edge we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism.
Warp News is driven forward and made possible by the support of our Warp News Premium Supporters. Help us in supporting the fact-based, optimistic journalism that we share each day.
Head over to warpnews.org/signup to get started today, and help us to continue to balance the negative bias in news media and continue our march towards 1 million fact-based optimists around the world.
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In today's episode, a new pill can drastically reduce the risk of becoming seriously ill with Covid-19.  Also, the Netherlands new record holder of the world's longest 3D-printed bridge.Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by coming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, we'll take a look at the world's first 3D-printed solid-state batteries.  Also, in this week's Optimist's Edge, what you need to know about the nuclear power of the future. The fourth-generation nuclear power is not that far away and has greater benefits than you think. In this article, two experts reveal everything you need to know about the energy production of the future.Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by coming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, innovations and research of "charging rooms" could mean the end of wires as we know it.  Also in today's episode, in this week's Optimist's Edge, Digital Africa: the enormous opportunities that can come from the full digitization of the world's second-largest continent.Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by coming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, Inspriation4, the first all-civilian crew to orbit around the planet.  Also in today's episode, in this week's Optimist's Edge, Asteroid Mining: In space, we have all the minerals we need.Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by coming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, the Warp Space Summit is happening this week!  We'll go through a brief rundown of what you can expect at the event.  Also in today's episode, Optimist's Edge: DNA insights that change your life.-------------Get your tickets TODAY for the Warp Space Summit at warpspacesummit.org or warpspacesummit.se Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by becoming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In this special bonus episode, we have unlocked one of our premium audio articles of the Optimist's Edge.  The ancient statement that games are bad for you are getting old, and not in a good way. In this article, you get the edge of how video games can help you grow attractive traits and skills that help you both in private- and work life.Unlock the text of this and all of our Premium Optimist's Edge articles by becoming a Warp News Premium Supporter today!Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With the Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by coming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, When everything becomes a service: Music, books, and movies are just the beginning. Much of the stuff we used to own now turns into a service. In this development lies huge opportunities and great business ideas for the planet and people. Also in today's episode, the Swedes that wants to provide the world with clean drinking water.-------------Remember get your tickets for the Warp Space Summit at warpspacesummit.orgFollow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With the Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by coming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, Tina and Tom Sjögren are adventurers with several Guinness World Records. Now they've started a company that will launch satellites; a company that will also take them on their ultimate adventure - Mars!  Also in today's episode, Xenobots – how the first living robot will change healthcare.-------------Remember get your tickets for the Warp Space Summit at warpspacesummit.orgFollow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With the Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by coming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, do you suffer from time anxiety? Then you probably don't have too little time, but use the time you've got in the wrong way. There are ways to change that – we show you how to find your flow and become more productive.  Also in today's episode, this company has created a machine that can draw drinking water out of thin air.-------------Remember get your tickets for the Warp Space Summit at warpspacesummit.orgFollow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram-------------At Warp News we balance the negative bias in mainstream media and bring you the Optimist's Edge.  The difference between what people believe, and the facts. Because of negative headlines and a pessimistic worldview, too many people miss out on important trends and opportunities.  With the Optimist's Edge, we give you unique insights that focus on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaborations at the intersection of innovation and optimism. Get started today with the Optimist's Edge by coming a Warp News Premium Supporter at warpnews.orgWarp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Kevin Kelly is the founder of Wired Magazine and author of several books, among them The Inevitable. For Warp News, he presents his case for optimism.Warp News produces fact-based optimistic news. This article is for our Premium Supporters, but made available for everyone thanks to their support. Read more about Premium Supporter here and consider signing up.  --------At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration.Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, Space Lasers: improved satellite connection, high-temperature management, and app upgrades. The Starlink team sent an email to current beta-testing customers explaining the latest improvements.  Also in today's episode, Ethiopia has planted 350 million trees - in just 12 hours.-------------Be sure to also get your tickets for the Warp Space Summit at warpspacesummit.org-------------At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration.Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
In today's episode, most people have a pessimistic view of the future and of new technologies. One important reason is the negative bias in news media. We believe that humanity’s best days are ahead and that new technologies and science will get us there.News media is too negative— help us balance thatIn Swedish news media alone, there is predominantly negative news. 60% of Swedes say so a new comprehensive survey. Only 28% think that the news is balanced, that there is just as much positive as negative news, while just 5% think that the news is predominantly positive.-------------Be sure to also get your tickets for the Warp Space Summit at warpspacesummit.org-------------At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration.Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up hereThe Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Become a premium supporter today and get your first month for free!In today’s episode, scientists want to build a particle accelerator on the moon. Also, in this week's Optimist's Edge, the glasses that will help you learn.-------------The Warp News podcast is back with Season 2 of the best in fact-based optimistic news from around the world!At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration. This season we're setting a big goal of 1,000 new listeners, and you can help us make that happen. Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up here (the first month is free.)The Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Become a premium supporter today and get your first month for free!In today’s episode, self-driving boats are being tested in Amsterdam's canals. Also, in this week's Optimist's Edge, E-stonia keeps investing in digital residency, and so should you.-------------The Warp News podcast is back with Season 2 of the best in fact-based optimistic news from around the world!At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration. This season we're setting a big goal of 1,000 new listeners, and you can help us make that happen. Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up here (the first month is free.)The Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Become a premium supporter today and get your first month for free!In today’s episode, Germany is the first country in the world to pass a bill to allow self-driving cars. Also, in this week's Optimist's Edge, Warp News CEO Mathias Sundin tells us how going to space will be a lot cheaper than you think.-------------The Warp News podcast is back with Season 2 of the best in fact-based optimistic news from around the world!At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration. This season we're setting a big goal of 1,000 new listeners, and you can help us make that happen. Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up here (the first month is free.)The Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Become a premium supporter today and get your first month for free!In today’s episode, I go through 5 things that I've learned that will help you get the best from your Starlink Satellite Internet.   Also, scientists have created a lithium metal battery that could potentially hold for 10,000 charges.I've created two YouTube videos covering my experiences with Starlink so far.  Check them out here:📡 5 Tips to get the best out of your new Starlink Satellite internet🛰️ SpaceX's Starlink kit: Unboxing, setup, and speed testing the beta program-------------The Warp News podcast is back with Season 2 of the best in fact-based optimistic news from around the world!At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration. This season we're setting a big goal of 1,000 new listeners, and you can help us make that happen. Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up here (the first month is free.)The Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Become a premium supporter today and get your first month for free!In today’s episode, Zimbabwe reaches a landmark in eliminating malaria. Also, a summary of the latest releases from the Optimist's Edge including Predicting the Future, Finding Love Online, and the Corona Vaccine Revolution.-------------The Warp News podcast is back with Season 2 of the best in fact-based optimistic news from around the world!At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration. This season we're setting a big goal of 1,000 new listeners, and you can help us make that happen. Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up here (the first month is free.)The Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Become a premium supporter today and get your first month for free!In today’s episode, I am joined by Elina Tyskling, author of the latest Optimist's Edge article, 'Finding love online works better than most people think.' -------------The Warp News podcast is back with Season 2 of the best in fact-based optimistic news from around the world!At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration. This season we're setting a big goal of 1,000 new listeners, and you can help us make that happen. Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up here (the first month is free.)The Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Become a premium supporter today and get your first month for free!In today’s episode, I am joined by Daniel Åhlin, author of the latest Warp News premium eBook, 'The Corona Vaccine Revolution: How the COVID-19 vaccines crushed all expectations.  -------------The Warp News podcast is back with Season 2 of the best in fact-based optimistic news from around the world!At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration. This season we're setting a big goal of 1,000 new listeners, and you can help us make that happen. Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up here (the first month is free.)The Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
Become a premium supporter today and get your first month for free!In today’s episode, Cadillac, the car brand that stood for status and tradition, goes electric.  Also, this week's Optimist's Edge: Get to know NFTs, the tech that makes digital assets as scarce and valuable as physical. These stories and more coming up today on Warp News.The Warp News podcast is back with Season 2 of the best in fact-based optimistic news from around the world!At Warp News, we strive to balance the negative bias in mainstream media,  with fact-based, optimistic news focusing on the possibilities with new technologies, ideas, and collaboration. This season we're setting a big goal of 1,000 new listeners, and you can help us make that happen. Make sure you give this episode a thumbs up, follow the show, and best of all, share the podcast with your family and friends. Help us to continue to chip away at the overwhelming imbalance of negative bias in mainstream media.Warp News is a media company run by the nonprofit foundation Warp Institute.The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, 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.Fact-based optimismOur articles are always based on facts and science. We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas, and collaboration. Warp News, like the foundation, bases itself in fact-based optimism.If you find any facts that are not correct, please contact our Editor-in-Chief Magnus Aschan and we will investigate and correct them.Warp News is also available in Swedish Edition and has a newsletter that is published weekly.Warp News Premium SupportersOur work is funded by our premium supporters. Thanks to them we are able to spread fact-based optimistic news across the world.If you support our mission of making people more optimistic about the future, consider becoming a premium supporter. Read more and sign-up here (the first month is free.)The Optimist's EdgeHaving a fact-based optimistic view of life will give you an edge over the pessimists. You will see the opportunities they will miss.Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)Support the show (https://www.warpnews.org/signup/)
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