Week of December 06

Welcome to my weekly letter, where I share a few noteworthy articles and my own commentary. Without further ado… Weekly Read Are Green Jet Fuels Finally Ready for Takeoff? (Wired) – Yes they are, and the extra cost is totally worth it for the environment (plus common sense says any new technologies will have higher…

Week of November 29

Welcome to my weekly letter, where I share a few noteworthy articles and my own commentary. Without further ado… Weekly Read Deadly Heat Is Baking Cities. Here’s How to Cool Them Down (Wired) – it’s called the ‘urban heat island effect’ but good news is there are ways to address it: reflective road/building surface and…

Week of November 15

Welcome to my weekly letter, where I share a few noteworthy articles and my own commentary. Without further ado… Weekly Read WHO endorses use of first malaria vaccine (Washington Post) – even at only 30 percent effectiveness (reducing the chance of severe malaria), this will have a huge impact to save some of the 260k…

Week of November 08

Welcome to my weekly letter, where I share a few noteworthy articles and my own commentary. Without further ado… Weekly Read Baby Poop Is Loaded With Microplastics (Wired) – this piece may irritate you badly. Essentially, it’s not enough just to avoid plastic feeding bottles, the microplastics can also come through fabrics, in the form…

Week of October 25

Welcome to my weekly letter, where I share a few noteworthy articles and my own commentary. Without further ado… Weekly Read To Learn More Quickly, Brain Cells Break Their DNA (Wired) – a fascinating find that DNA double strand breaks actually means our brain is learning or memorizing. But I wonder, how did the previous…