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Paranoid people in Silicon Valley have three popular theories about how the world will end

One of the most popular topics of conversation at Silicon Valley parties is a grim one: how the world will eventually end. That's according to a new piece in The New Yorker about Y Combinator president Sam Altman. The story takes a close look at Altman's life at the helm of YC and is full of fascinating nuggets — like the fact that he once got scurvy because he was working too hard to get enough Vitamin C.
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