Although people make decisions based on size labels, they don't really know how much food or drink they're consuming.
By the end of the year, scientists will have grown a piece of leather .787 inches by .787 inches in size, without killing an animal. That is the goal of a company called Modern Meadow, Fast Company reports, and its lab-grown leather could one day be even better than the dead-animal hides that we still wear around even though (or, really, because) polyester exists in the world. The company is interested in creating lab-grown leather that’s identical to the “real” thing, but also in improving upon what already exists. “At this point, the goal is to create products that are …
An industry trade group says that "a world shortage of pork and bacon next year is now unavoidable” due to the summer’s crazy weather.
He did this ON PURPOSE.
When he rides his new bike, Graeme Obree must look like a man who's been abducted by aliens and is struggling to get out of the weird, clear pod in which they've stored him.
It was called the Big Flush.
It's basically a grinder, attached to a bike.
By making plants mobile, you make them the natural enemies of a) humans and b) cats
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