Beyond Meat: a Look at the World’s Most Revolutionary Vegan Meat Company

In the past decade, Beyond Meat has been making huge gains in the food industry. Their meatless meat products are delicious and they’re compatible with a sustainable future. Whereas many other vegan meat products are made from soy, Beyond Meat uses mostly peas and beans. Not only are their products tasty, but they even feel like meat. Are they healthy? Get your Beyond Meat answers here.

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This Engineer Is Redefining Mobile Homes by Moving Into an Old Boeing 727 Airplane

Most people don’t look forward to being on a plane for too long. Some people are scared of flying, most, however, just find the small seats uncomfortable. But this isn’t the case for Bruce Campbell, an engineer who decided to permanently live in a decommissioned Boeing 727. The plane is still in the midst of renovations as Campbell converts this passenger jet into a functional and cozy home.

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Now That AI Can Recreate the Most Famous Art Masterpieces We Know the Future Is Here

For better or for worse the age of synthetic media is here. We’re getting to the point where artificial intelligence can create its own videos, images, and sounds clips. Among the cool projects out there is Timecraft, created by MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Using new machine learning techniques, it can deduce how a painting was made and recreate it in real time, producing a time-lapse video of the masterpiece coming to life.

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This Secret Millionaire With an MBA Spends Her Time Collecting Cans for $20 a Day

One of the main questions people ask themselves as they go through life is; “what would I do if money were not an object?” The idea of being rich to the point where you don’t have to work anymore is extremely exciting. All the things we dream about and wish we could have sitting at the palm of our hands is an image that lights an inner fire that is put out the moment we set our alarms for the next day’s work. We could only guess that attaining this level of wealth would mean, shopping, going on vacation, buying our parent’s expensive cars and houses, and relaxing by the pool. The fact of the matter is that not all people who can live that way would live that way.

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A Tale of Terrible Decisions: The Big Move That Led to Blockbuster’s Demise

Over the course of a couple of generations, Blockbuster was the king of the entertainment industry. In the early 2000s, the struggling founders of Netflix offered to sell their company to Blockbuster for a relatively modest sum of money. They were turned down and laughed at. Ten years later, Blockbuster declared bankruptcy. Now, Netflix dominates the streaming world and Blockbuster is a thing of the past.

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The Sweetest Day: America’s Unknown Candy-Oriented Holiday

If you thought October involved too much candy, then you’re not ready to learn about The Sweetest Day. The underrated holiday is celebrated in only some states and totally ignored in others. It’s a mix of Halloween and Valentines Day. It also has a sweet background story.

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Nutty Israeli Snack May Be Key to Preventing Peanut Allergies

There’s something super nutty about the fact that Israeli’s have such a low rate of peanut allergies. The country’s most culturally fixated snack, Bamba, is a peanut puff. Researchers from the UK did some digging and beleive that Bamba may be the reason for the low percentage of peanut allergies. If so, the future of America might actually have a PB&J sandwich in it after all.

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