Fusions Time is (Finally) Coming
Every aspect of nuclear fusion is like something out of science fiction: particles flying at hypersonic speeds, synchronized laser arrays, liquid metal, and super-strong magnets, all in the service of abundant clean energy. It sounds too good to be true – and for a long time, it has been. Fusion has always been beyond reach, always twenty or thirty years away. But that might finally be changing .
Author: Azeem Azhar. Read: 4 min
It is a Gen Z World and We are Just Living in It
This is the generation of the digital natives, the people who grew up online. And how Gen Z behaves and views the world will soon define society: Gen Z is already the biggest generation on the planet (2.5 billion strong, or about 1 in 3 living people), armed with $150 billion in spending power that will swell 70% over the next five years. And they communicate with Emojis.
Author: Digital Native. Read: 14 min
The Virtual Land Boom, Explained
There’s virtual reality — and then there’s virtual realty. Today, “virtual real estate” may sound like an oxymoron, but a future where pixelated land is sold at values rivaling Manhattan properties is likely. Actually, it’s happening now.
Author: The Hustle. Read: 8 min
Sunday Bonus: An Extraordinary Deep-Sea Sighting: The Giant Phantom Jelly
The giant phantom jelly was first discovered in 1899, and even though the species is thought to swim in oceans all over the world, bar the Arctic, by 2009 the creature had only been officially spotted 110 times in 110 years.
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