Futurism is a curated feed of the top daily scientific breakthroughs and technological innovations.
– Pull content from the *new* Futurism.com
Ratings and Reviews
It’s not the generic corporatocracy tripe and brain wash. It’s real and up to date reporting in current human internet’s.
I love it.
Horrible, horrible new version
Oh no. What have you done!? This new release has zero improvement in user experience, it looks and feels just awful. You’ve gone from a slick engaging interface to something that makes my eyes so sore I instantly close it and can’t bare to even try using. Please fire your whole design team and revert back to your lovely dark, actually futuristic theme that was perfect for Futurism articles. The new app logo; the interface; just unbelievably basic and a step backwards.
I always thought the only single improvement you could make to the almost perfect and beautifully simplistic app would be to include the option of navigating topics in the menu and clicking topic tags on articles. I couldn’t possibly be more appalled, disappointed and alienated as a loyal customer.
What a waste of your time on this visual update. One of my top 3 favourite things on the internet just fell from grace.
"Seven ways cannabis legalisation will make the future better"
- will stop farmers hurting the environment
Nonsense. It will increase the amount of farming and greatly overshadowed any benefits from legislation.
- drug dealers won't battle it out on the streets
Nonsense. Drug dealers will still exist. They don't care for marijuana... Its hard drugs which count.
- can maybe help end opioid crisis
Nonsense. Replacing one addiction with another is not a solution. You link to your own article which even says there is weak scientific evidence support... So why include this as a "benefit"?
- 66% of Americans support legalisation of marijuana.
- fastest growing sector and creating jobs
Of course. All the drug zombies want to get to "work" selling dope and growing it...
This is not the only article showing extreme bias, but the authors are clearly pro-drugs...
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