Aliens definitely live here

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In today's edition:

// Designer alloy

// How to learn marketing

// Self-driving cars

// Earth's health

New class of 'designer' titanium alloys could be made from waste | New Atlas

"A novel 3D-printing process has opened up a new class of strong, ductile, tuneable titanium alloys that could potentially be made from waste products, without expensive additives like vanadium. It may also work for zirconium, niobium and molybdenum."

How to make your life better with AI | AI Tool Report

AI doesn't have to be scary. In fact, it can help you do things like have more free-time or help you automate your life. You can use prompts to help you plan how to learn a new skill or utilize a tool that will streamline your business so that you can have time to do things like creative work and make more money. AI can help, we swear, and this is how. [Ad]

Earth's health failing in seven out of eight key measures, say scientists | The Guardian

"Human activity has pushed the world into the danger zone in seven out of eight newly demarcated indicators of planetary safety and justice, according to a groundbreaking analysis of the Earth's wellbeing. Going beyond climate disruption, the report by the Earth Commission group of scientists presents disturbing evidence that our planet faces growing crises of water availability, nutrient loading, ecosystem maintenance and aerosol pollution. These pose threats to the stability of life-support systems and worsen social equality."

Stanford professor says he is 100% sure that aliens are already on Earth | Interesting Engineering

"Garry Nolan, Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Pathology at Stanford University School of Medicine, has claimed that aliens have not only visited Earth but that they have been here for decades and continue to be here. He made these comments during a session titled 'The Pentagon, Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and Crashed UFOs' at the SALT iConnection 2023, a conference that welcomes investors, entrepreneurs, and policymakers to discuss disruptive innovations relating to finance, economics, and geopolitics."

Learn marketing for free in just 5 minutes every morning | Growth Daily

Join 30,000+ CEOs, Founders, & Marketers learning marketing every morning with [Growth Daily]! It's a free newsletter covering the most impactful marketing news, tips, tricks, and tools every weekday morning. [Ad]

The 'death of self-driving cars' has been greatly exaggerated | Ars Technica

"Today, a lot of people view self-driving technology as an expensive failure whose moment has passed. The Wall Street Journal's Chris Mims argued in 2021 that self-driving cars 'could be decades away.' Last year, Bloomberg's Max Chafkin declared that 'self-driving cars are going nowhere.' But a handful of well-funded projects have continued to plug away at the problem. The leaders are Waymo—formerly the Google self-driving car project—and Cruise, a startup that is majority-owned by GM."

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//Quiz: What is the word for the fear of the vastness of water?

What is the word for the fear of the vastness of water?

If you've ever been ocean swimming, you know what we're talking about.