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But here for 11 minutes of good news:
If astronauts on a little spaceship to Mars can recycle the CO2 they exhale into food they consume — with the help of some microbes whose name I can’t pronounce — what if the soon-to-be 10 billion astronauts aboard our little spaceship Earth could do the same thing? Taking carbon dioxide out of the air and turning it into food?
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The art of acting consists of keeping people from coughing.~Sir Ralph Richardson
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