I try my best to keep up with all the useful apps available for Mac but didn’t realise there were so many I didn’t know about.
This is truly, TRULY, the most disgusting article I’ve read in a long time.
The world’s largest cockroach farm is breeding 6 billion adult cockroaches a year and using artificial intelligence to manage a colony larger than the world’s human population – all for medicinal use.
It is part of the production process for a “healing potion” consumed by millions of patients in China, according to the government.
There are many cockroach breeding facilities in China, for use as an ingredient in medicine or as a source of protein for livestock feed. But no other facility can match the productivity of the farm in the city of Xichang, in southwestern Sichuan province.
Honestly I sometimes get so confused about this whole debate on whether Christianity and homosexuality can coexist.
It’s helpful when people like Christopher Yuan, who is a Christian who has struggled with homosexual tendencies in the past, come forward with a reminder of the the bible’s position.
We found some of these caterpillars in the park nearby our place. We brought them home and this article has been a wonderful wealth of information about the caterpillars development.
We’re looking forward to when the butterflies emerge now!
The process is more amazing and mysterious than I thought.
From Wired’s new Masterminds video series:
This is utterly fascinating. It is true though that if you know how to blend into a crowd you can disappear. I’ve used that to slink away from parties I didn’t want to be in and no one knew I had left.
From ABC News (Australia)
China just keeps on evolving and evolving. With a country so big they really have resorted to some extreme measures to control their population. Not sure how this is all going to turn out in the end.
Discovered this recently.
There’s a ton of resources here for leading a small group.
Bookmarked for future reference.
Chinese bike-share company Ofo is being sued by manufacturer Shanghai Phoenix Bicycles over “unpaid bills” that total nearly $10 million, according to a report in the Financial Times. It’s the latest in a series of setbacks for the company this year, and shows some of the problems that the on-demand bike companies are facing around the world.
— Read on www.theverge.com/2018/9/2/17811590/ofo-shanghai-phoenix-bicycles-lawsuit-bike-sharing
Things are looking down for the industry at large. After oBike in Singapore closed down I think people are more apprehensive to use shared bicycles if they have to put down a deposit.
Clearly the bigger problem is their inability to monetise their service in a sustainable way.
I love these little tidbits that one picks up while living in different countries. Culture is something that is hard to translate.
As millions head abroad, our correspondents pick out the words that for them speak volumes about the countries they love and live in
— Read on www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jul/27/10-of-the-best-words-in-the-world-that-dont-translate-into-english