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Lab-Grown Meat? How Food Technology Could Change What’s On Your Plate

Vegetarians have long been familiar with meat substitutes — including “meat” patties made from soy or “crispy chicken” that is actually plant protein. But if you’re a carnivore, a steak is a steak, and it comes from a cow. Or does it? These days, advancements in technology aren’t limited to just your smartphone or appliances. Food technology is a growing business, meaning lab-grown meat could be headed to your plate soon. According to a December 2020 Bloomberg report, lab meat is getting closer to hitting supermarket shelves. But is lab-grown meat bad for you, and what does lab grown meat taste like. Let’s dig in to these questions, as well as the potential pros and cons of the rise of artificial meat. What Is Lab-Grown Meat? Traditionally, getting meat means breeding an animal, sending it to slaughter and then packaging up the meat to sell. So what is lab-grown meat made of? Instead of raising live animals for their meat, to make artificial meat (also known as “slaughter-f

What is Linux

The cornerstone of this revolutionary operating system, its kernel or kernel, was ready in 1991, by the hand of Linus Torvalds, from whom it has taken its name. For its part, the GNU project was started in 1983 by Richard Stallman, and later the union of both projects gave rise to the now known GNU / Linux system.


Although the name "Linux" makes specific reference to the Linux kernel of the system, in general this term is used to define the operating system. For years, millions of people around the world, who have knowledge and concerns in the field of programming, have joined this project, thus giving rise to a large community of collaborators who work daily to improve the operating system and to offer an endless number of free software applications.


One of the most significant jobs has been the creation of various distributions, from which users Can select the one that fine fits their requirements. In this way, other communities of developers have emerged that work to improve and add functionality and applications to the different distributions for Linux.


Among the best known are Debian, Ubuntu, Manjaro, Kubuntu, Fedora, Mandriva and many others, which in turn can be modified by each user according to their needs, which has led to the birth of other distributions based on previous , as is the case with Kubuntu that was born under the principles of Ubuntu.


Regarding applications, there is a wide variety of programs developed under free software standards that offer a great alternative to users who want to stop using paid software.

In the so-called "repositories", users will find the packages of each of the applications, according to the distribution they have chosen, which they can download and install without having to pay money and without being tied to a program that cannot be modified , since like the Linux operating system, like the distributions, almost all the programs are open source, which allows them to be modified at the whim of the user.


There are endless applications for the various activities that can be developed on a PC, from office suites such as Open Office, image design and editing programs such as Gimp and Inskscape, video editing software such as Cinelerra or Kdenlive , among many others.


Likewise, Linux offers the possibility of working in different graphical environments, thanks to the different desktop variants it offers, such as Gnome, KDE, XFCE, Fluxbox, Enlightenment, FVWM-Crystal, among others.

Undoubtedly, one of the greatest advantages of GNU / Linux is that it is a free operating system, which means that in addition to being distributed for free, one of its greatest benefits is that it can be modified by users of according to your requirements.


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