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Can Artificial Meat Save The World?

Can Artificial Meat Save The World? | school | Scoop.it

Traditional chicken, beef, and pork production devours resources and creates waste. Meat-free meat might be the solution. 


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PIRatE Lab's curator insight, November 26, 2013 2:02 AM

It is increasingly clear that these "optional" choices for syntheic meat/food stuffs will soon become central to the caloric and nutritional needs for a good chunk of the globe's population.

Brainbyte's curator insight, December 31, 2013 12:08 AM

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China's Economy, in Six Charts - and watch carefully the R&D spending growth via @HBR

China's Economy, in Six Charts - and watch carefully the R&D spending growth via @HBR | school | Scoop.it

Visualizing China's economic transformation.


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, November 29, 2013 9:54 PM
Look at the R&D spending chart from china and brace yourself for a killer economy in the 2020s.
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Could this be future of renewable energy?

Could this be future of renewable energy? | school | Scoop.it

A Japanese construction firm is proposing to turn the moon into a colossal solar power plant by laying a belt of solar panels 250 miles wide around its equator and beaming the energy back to Earth by way of lasers or microwave transmission.

The “Luna Ring” that is being proposed would be capable of sending 13,000 terawatts of power to Earth - more than three times more than the United States generated throughout the whole of 2011.

Shimizu is reluctant to put a price tag on the construction costs involved but, given adequate funding, the company believes construction work could get under way as early as 2035.

Robots and automated equipment would be developed to mine the moon’s natural resources and produce concrete and the solar cells required for the scheme.

Shimizu believes that “virtually inexhaustible, non-polluting solar energy is the ultimate source of green energy”.


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Samer Hamadeh's comment, December 3, 2013 7:05 AM
In effect you are pumping more solar energy from outside earth's atmosphere to earth's surface. If this works and becomes the future, would this increase or reduce global warming?
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The internet of everything--annihilating time and space

The internet of everything--annihilating time and space | school | Scoop.it

In the future of the internet of things, Wi-Fi is going to be everywhere, and the internet will connect you to every person and thing on the planet via transportation, teleportation and telepresence. A trillion wormholes will let you reach out from anywhere on earth and hug your loved ones, or try on a new pair of shoes, or unlock your bike.

 

In the future beyond the internet of things, all your senses will be wired directly into the internet’s wormholes, and you’ll be completely indifferent to the location of your physical body. When you look around you, you won’t be looking into a nearby region of space. You’ll be surfing an internet that annihilates all time and space – the internet of everything.


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Mlik Sahib's curator insight, December 2, 2013 1:46 AM

"Did you know you have two wireless modems in your head? Your eyes constantly receive radio signals in the visible spectrum, and your sense of vision connects your brain to nearby physical things, like a de facto Local Area Network. But your sensory LAN connection only extends as far as your line of sight. It’s nothing compared to a Wi-Fi internet connection.

In the future of the internet of things, Wi-Fi is going to be everywhere, and the internet will connect you to every person and thing on the planet via transportation, teleportation and telepresence. A trillion wormholes will let you reach out from anywhere on earth and hug your loved ones, or try on a new pair of shoes, or unlock your bike.

In the future beyond the internet of things, all your senses will be wired directly into the internet’s wormholes, and you’ll be completely indifferent to the location of your physical body. When you look around you, you won’t be looking into a nearby region of space. You’ll be surfing an internet that annihilates all time and space – the internet of everything."

Saranne Davies's curator insight, December 3, 2013 4:09 AM

An interesting thought.

Nacho Vega's curator insight, December 3, 2013 4:29 PM

Interesting #concept...