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Five Things - Extraterrestrial Capitalism, Batteries, Parenting, Running, Dogs

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Five Things - Extraterrestrial Capitalism, Batteries, Parenting, Running, Dogs
By Nico Lumma • Issue #573 • View online
As the world had its eyes on Glasgow for COP26 I spent some time nearby in Edinburgh and found out, among other things, that there can be beautiful scotch whisky which doesn’t taste like peat. Also, I saw men wearing shorts and t-shirt in the beginning of November and no, I don’t think global warming plays a role in that, as it was freaking cold and those guys clearly have a different sense of temperature than I do.
Anyhow, I put together some really interesting articles, ranging from Elon Musk to dogs and also touching parenting, running and batteries. I know, that’s a strange mixture, but interesting to read nonetheless. So please enjoys this Sunday morning.

 Elon Musk’s Extraterrestrial Capitalism
Cars Are Going Electric. What Happens to the Used Batteries?
What Becoming a Parent Really Does to Your Happiness
The real life Forrest Gump: why did Rob Pope run across the US five times?
Home Alone: The Fate of Postpandemic Dogs
Enjoy Sunday!
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