The Daily Populous

Saturday December 5th, 2020 morning edition

image for No-kill, lab-grown meat to go on sale for first time

The development has been hailed as a landmark moment across the meat industry.

By weight, 60% of the mammals on earth are livestock, 36% are humans and only 4% are wild.

The cells for Eat Just’s product are grown in a 1,200-litre bioreactor and then combined with plant-based ingredients.

Initial availability would be limited, the company said, and the bites would be sold in a restaurant in Singapore.

The product would be significantly more expensive than conventional chicken until production was scaled up, but Eat Just said it would ultimately be cheaper.

He said cultivated meat was unlikely to become mainstream for some years, until it matched the cost of conventional meat.

Hsin Huang, the secretary general of the International Meat Secretariat, which represents the global meat and livestock industry, agreed the cultured meat approval was a significant moment. »

Oscar Isaac To Star As Solid Snake In Sony’s ‘Metal Gear Solid’ Movie

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The film is based on the Metal Gear Solid video game created by Hideo Kojima and published by Konami.

As for Isaac, Metal Gear Solid could give him another major franchise, having already starred in the most recent Star Wars franchise.

Vogt-Roberts is repped by UTA, manager Tom Lassally at 3 Arts, and attorneys Allan Werthiemer and Andy Gawker. »

Rome's Rich Past Stalls Metro Line Expansion

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The Metro A opened in 1980 but took some 20 years to build, the delays caused by archaeology.

Archeologists are trying to pinpoint the areas on downtown thoroughfares and squares where the least damage will be done.

One of the originally planned stops in downtown Rome on Largo Argentina, the heart of ancient Republican Rome, had to be scratched completely. »

Texas prep football player bowls over referee after ejection

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A Texas high school football player charged onto the field and bowled over a referee Thursday night because he was angry after being ejected from the game.

"Unfortunately, this type of blind-sided assault on an official while working on the field is not new to Texas Football," the statement read.

The District 31-6A Defensive Player of the Year last season, Duron also is the Bobcats' kicker and punter and a star wrestler. »

Pennsylvania legalizes autonomous delivery robots, classifies them as pedestrians

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Last month, Pennsylvania legalized autonomous delivery robots, which can weigh up to 550 pounds without cargo and typically roam sidewalks to delivery goods in urban and suburban environments.The law’s passage went largely unnoticed, and it became law without Gov. Tom Wolf’s signature.

Bills regulating autonomous delivery robots have largely been pushed by delivery companies like Amazon and FedEx, according to WIRED magazine .

Opposition has largely come from pedestrian and accessibility advocates, as well as labor unions like the Teamsters.Pennsylvania joins several other states in regulating autonomous delivery robots, aka Personal Delivery Devices (PDD). »