Elon Musk Forget Mars, We Can Feed the World With Space Bacteria!
Ending world hunger once and for all.
It’s a great time to be alive. We live in an era where we can grow meat without animals, cure diseases with genetic engineering, and soon even travel to Mars.
But despite all our technological progress, one fact remains, according to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). In 2020, between 720 and 811 million people faced hunger. And that number is only expected to increase as Earth’s population continues to climb.
The problem has been apparent for decades now. We need new solutions, or else hunger will continue unabated and take us down with it. The good news is that NASA scientists already know how to solve the global food crisis — but no one listened when they said it.
Space travel has always been an interest to me. But now I think about it differently; space bacteria could be the key to feeding Earth’s ever-growing population!
Space is full of microorganisms that have evolved in unique ways to adapt and survive in harsh conditions where hum…
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