Real food vs. 'fake'? food.... According to the latest data, on average, each U.S. farmer produces enough food and fiber for 154 people in the USA and abroad. In 1940, a single farm only fed 19 people. Since that time, the number of farms dwindled from 6.3 million to 2.2 million. What farmers - both large and small - today accomplish is remarkable. Let's not tempt ourselves to believe that only 'organic' is farming. Agriculture is complicated and multi-faceted.
April 15, 2015 Researches hypothesize that enhancing biodiversity in laboratory rats, including treating the rats with worms, would suppress their immune systems. Because worms have been shown to subdue inflammatory diseases such as asthma and allergies, the thinking was, the treated immune system would not fight infections as effectively.
Researchers at Bandung Institute of Technology hypothesize that since the oil deposits in Indonesia originate from fossilized microscopic algae, the process can be replicated under laboratory conditions. With the currently employed method, scientists have managed to get 3 grams of oil from 1 liter of algae culture. #biofuel #microalgae
Tiny Microalgae Could Lead Renewable Hydrogen Revolution
New research from TAU in Israel demonstrates the potential for industrial scale hydrogen production from a renewable resource, microalgae... #Israel #biomass #hydrogen #algae #microalgae #cleanpower #renewableenergy #energy #fuel #science #research