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The techno-optimist's newsletter. Hand-picked curation of the latest uplifting news from tech & science, every Friday.
Adding TEXTURE to one's life is a metaphorical expression that suggests bringing variety, richness, and depth to one's experiences. This newsletter aims to help you do that through hand-picked informative, entertaining, and thought-provoking articles from across the web. Or read it if you need a 5-minute distraction.
Daily-Matics is the newsletter to help you train for math competitions. We send you questions. You try to solve them. We reveal the answer. You get better.
The intersection of biology, technology, and business to build the future of food.
This Substack delves into the apparent puzzles of human behaviour. It uses insights from behavioural economics, game theory, psychology, neuroscience, and other behavioural sciences to shed light on the good reasons we behave the way we do.
A monthly newsletter on human-focused, evidence-based architecture and urban design.
Highlighting the plight of history's largest creatures and the oceans in which they reside.
Your daily 3-minute summary on the top news in climate change, clean energy, and autonomous/electric vehicles.
Musings on space, science, technology and the future of humanity
Curated curiosity, or an exploration of ideas in science, philosophy, and technology.
Actionable insights on living healthier, longer, and wealthier.
Lawyer by day, extremely devoted truth seeker by night. Nice to meet you, I'm Mo. I'm a (relatively) young lawyer with a passion for everything outside of the legal realm. Above all else, I've always felt passionate about discovering the truth of our existence. I hope to dive deep into controversial/mysterious topics across subjects like history, economics, science, geopolitics, paranormal/supernatural happenings, and even (credible) conspiratorial events. Maybe one of these days I'll even cover some legal topics like "Why is the Constitution important?" or "What are my rights when pulled over by a police officer?" I'm a self-proclaimed researcher extraordinaire, so in my posts you'll find a tremendous wealth of knowledge and information - a degree to which you won't find anywhere else. My goal is to inform you of everything you might need to know, and learn some for myself in the process. Through mutual knowledge, I truly believe we become better.
Exploring space and our Moon, for a better future for humanity ~ By Jatan Mehta, Contributing Editor for The Planetary Society
Every month, I'll be bringing you The Monthly with All That Geo, a newsletter featuring exclusive learning experiences around spatial data visualisation, analysis and storytelling.