7 things you didn’t know the world was running out of

Helium is a highly necessary commodity in the modern world.

Almost everyday we are told about the unsustainable pressure we’re putting on our natural resources. And while it prompts visions of oil, fresh water, and coal, you’d be surprised at how many of our creature comfort commodities are dwindling just as quickly.

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Eating Bacon and Eggs Could Help Moms-to-Be Boost Intelligence of Unborn Baby

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Scientists have found that a chemical in pork products and eggs can help the growing brain to develop.  A new study suggests that the micronutrient, called choline, is critical to helping babies in the womb develop parts of their brains linked to memory and recall.

 

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Mmmvelopes – Bacon Flavored Envelopes

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Mmmvelopes

Mmm Mmm Mmmvelopes. The geniuses over at J&D’s (makers of bacon salt) have brought us the newest bacon-flavored goodness: bacon-flavored envelopes, aka mmmvelopes. It’s practical and delicious – great for people who love bacon, and hate licking envelopes (in other words, 93% of the meat-eating population). Here’s what the mmmvelope creators had to say:

 

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The Fine Art of Meat

The Fine Art of Meat

Decaying before your very eyes

Meat After Meat Joy is a group exhibition of contemporary artists who use meat in their work, currently running at the Daneyal Mahmood Gallery in New York City. Curated by Heide Hatry, the show’s title refers Carolee Schneemann’s performance/happening Meat Joy (1964, embedded below), itself projected in the gallery. The show features sculpture, photography, painting, and video pieces “in order to investigate the paradoxical relationship meat has to the body.” (Pics)

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