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This is a bit brief--If you would like more discussion, here is a "futurism" link.
"Futurism.com" is auto-banned in r/futurology. The reason, to my best my understanding, is that it does not support original sources. But the thing is these "original sources" are often complex, technically opaque articles that the average reader (me) cannot easily understand. They would actually be appropriate for r/science. What the writers at "futurism.com" do is take this dense material and make it accessible and easy to understand. They also combine multiple sources to collate disparate articles and present their information in a more holistic, insightful overview for any given topic. In addition they add discussion and inference to make the article relevant to me, I mean the average reader.
If you like to visit r/futurology I highly recommend you visit "futurism.com" each day as well. Just don't try to post anything from it.
Elon Musk wants to rate journalists. He'd call his site 'Pravda'. "Going to create a site where the public can rate the core truth of any article & track the credibility score over time of each journalist, editor & publication," Musk tweeted.
The HOA in my friend’s neighborhood recently threatened her neighbors with a fine if they didn’t hide their trash cans, even though they’ve been in the same spot for over a decade. This is their solution.