Robinson Meyer

The Atlantic

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Associate Editor in the technology section for The Atlantic

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President Donald Trump signed an executive order to undo most of President Obama’s climate change agenda.

Is the Trump administration scrubbing climate change data?

President Donald Trump signed an executive order to undo most of President Obama’s climate change agenda.

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There's a new satellite in orbit that will help measure climate change.

Al Gore's Satellite

There's a new satellite in orbit that will help measure climate change.

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Back in 2012, Facebook conducted a mass experiment on users. Some users had more positive, happy posts removed from their news feeds. Others had more negative posts removed.

Facebook Fiddles with Our Brains

Back in 2012, Facebook conducted a mass experiment on users. Some users had more positive, happy posts removed from their news feeds. Others had more negative posts removed.

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