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In this issue:  Basic income, CrossFit, and hoverboard safety.

---Basic Income---
Fast Company ponders whether Finland's universal basic
income could ever work in the U.S..

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---Climate Summit---
Chemistry World reports that a plethora of high profile
clean energy initiatives have been announced on the first
day of the UN-sponsored international climate summit in Paris.
Fast Company says Anonymous-affiliated hackers leaked
account and personal information from more than a thousand
attendees at the Paris climate summit earlier this week in
retaliation for the arrest of protesters.

Think you know CrossFit?  AskMen provides a scientific
critique of the phenomenon.

Hoverboards are one of the hottest new gifts for the
holidays, but Fast Company says new reports that they may
catch on fire are raising concerns among consumers.

Net neutrality is back in court again -- and this decision
could undo federal regulations that protect the principle,
according to Fast Company.
Fast Company discusses Twitter's Year In Review, which
revisits the most significant tweets, hashtags, and new
users of the last 12 months, along with the moments that
"had the biggest impact across the world."

Due to a combination of government budget cuts and declining
costs for the private sector, private space companies have
increasingly taken over space exploration and logistics for
the U.S., according to Fast Company.