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Links 1 through 10 of 17 by Rob Friesel tagged space

Anna Codrea‑Rado writing at Quartz. It's short and a little bit reductionist, but the points largely stand (and she's citing a few studies/source to go along with it). For a more nuanced discussion, see what Susan Cain has to say about open-plan offices in "Quiet". (Frankly, I'm kind of surprised that Codrea-Rado didn't bring up how this affects introverts...)

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Clara Moskowitz, writing at Space.com: «The only problem is, previous studies estimated the warp drive would require a minimum amount of energy about equal to the mass-energy of the planet Jupiter.»

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Charles Q. Choi, writing at Space.com: «Kepler-47c itself is likely not a good bet to support life. But any large moons of the planet — if they exist — would be very intriguing to astrobiologists, said study co-author William Welsh at San Diego State University.»

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Neal Stephenson (writing at World Policy Institute) on the demise of innovation. Mandatory reading.

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