The world’s largest indoor farm illuminated by LEDs. Clever concept, I have always admired the Japanese.
Source: Lettuce see the future: Japanese farmer builds high-tech Indoor veggie factory (via GE Reports).
Shigeharu Shimamura shows his produce:
The Position of the Uterus and Fetus at Term (1872).
Braune, W. An atlas of topographical anatomy after plane sections of frozen bodies. Trans. by Edward Bellamy. (Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, 1877)
Author: Braune, Wilhelm, 1831-1892.
Those pretty images, that almost can be interpreted as small pieces of abstract expressionism artworks, are actually tissues of several mammals, specifically from top to bottom and from left to right: human (prostate, intestine and thyroid), mouse (brain, intestine and kidney), and sheep (bladder, lung and tongue); as seen through a fluorescence microscope.
Why don’t we eat bugs? Check out these amazing facts about insects and why they may be the future of food.
Eating bugs? I for one nope… but I’m sure many readers of this blog will not see it extravagant in any sense, in fact, this fried silkworm pupae seem delicious, and can be easily found in China (and other Asian countries):
(From the Entomophagy page in Wikipedia)