Greta Moran

Greta a writer and helicopter parent to her cat, whom she lives with in New York. She has written for The Atlantic, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, The Cut, The New Yorker's humor section, and elsewhere.

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Inverse Daily: flying taxis pipe dream

Zero-carbon flying taxis might be on the near horizon, at least for those who can afford them.

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Inverse Daily: giant squid, decoded

There's more to these ocean-dwelling giants than legend would suggest.

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Inverse Daily: The world’s thermometer is off the charts

The last decade was the hottest on record — it is "almost certain" the 2020s will be even hotter.

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Inverse Daily: How ancient sex influences modern-day health

Ancient humans’ genetic exchange could be one of the major causes of adaptive evolution in humans, according to a new study.

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Inverse Daily: Why anxious people smoke marijuana

The results of a new study could pave the way to future treatments.

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Inverse Daily: Is this the next superbug?

In the early 2010s, a strange and life-threatening fungus called Candida Auris started emerging in patients in far-lung corners of the globe. Now, scientsts have labeled it an urgent threat to public health.

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