Daily Bread for 7.23.22: Can a 3D Printer Be the Future of Beef?

Good morning.

Saturday in Whitewater will be cloudy with a high of 90. Sunrise is 5:38 AM and sunset 8:24 PM for 14h 46m 22s of daytime.  The moon is a waning crescent with 22.8% of its visible disk illuminated.

On this day in 1632, three hundred colonists bound for New France depart from Dieppe, France.

So, can a 3D printer be the future of beef?:

Beef has a massive carbon footprint. Plant-based alternatives, like Beyond Meat, have grown into a $5.6 billion market. Still, scientists are trying to go a step further. This time, growing real meat in a lab without killing a cow. We head to Israel to see how a 3D-printed steak is made and if it could really make a dent in the busted beef industry.

Massive Sandstorm Shrouds City in Northwestern China:


This giant sandstorm in northwestern China looks like something out of an action movie. Filmed on July 20, the storm can be seen approaching and then swallowing cars on the road. Luckily, no casualties were reported.

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