A Curated List of Interesting Stuff
3 Things This Week: A Curated List of Interesting Stuff
  Track 35  

Impossible!

September 1, 2017

Our Vegetarian CEO Reviews the Impossible Burger...

"Ok. Wow. #impossible #burger #impossibleburger I feel guilty. But it's not meat. Impossible. No, it's not beef. What?! It's plants. Hmm. And engineering. Ohhhh. About 5 years worth. Wow."

From @impossible_foods "The way the world produces meat today is taking an enormous toll on our planet. We make the Impossible Burger entirely from plants, without the destructive impact of livestock, so that you, your children, and your grandchildren’s children will always be able to enjoy a good ol’ fashioned burger."

Bill Gates is an investor of Impossible Foods and he's onto something in funding the "clean meat" industry. Gates is also an investor in Beyond Meat and with Richard Branson in Memphis Meats.

I think maybe you should check it out...

Weekend reads

1,069 Dancing Robots... Impossible? No! It's a World Record

This year at the Qingdao Beer Festival in Shandong, China, 1,069 synchronized robots performed a jaw-dropping choreography to break the Guinness World Record. The new record-holder is WL Intelligent Technology and they are proud to show off their mad robotic skills. And these robots can do more then just dance... like talk and do Tai Chi. How do you think Alexa is going to take this?

 

So What is an Impossible Object Anyway?

An impossible object is a type of optical illusion. Impossible objects are unsettling because we naturally interpret 2D drawings as 3D objects and these optical illusions seem to be both. Looking at different parts of the object makes one reassess the 3D nature of it and this confuses the mind. Go here for some mind-twisting Escher mindscapes!

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