Scientists claim - now land is not needed for farming, bread will be prepared through air

Scientists claim - now land is not needed for farming, bread will be prepared through air

Chinese scientists have claimed that in the next few years agriculture will be without land. Not only this, scientists believe that bread will also be cooked through air.

According to scientists associated with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, bread can be made through air. He also said that in the coming few years humans will not need land for farming. A research team from the Thienchin Institute of Industrial Biology has synthesized starch using carbon dioxide for the first time in the world.

Scientists claim that this will prevent humans from using agricultural land in the future. Food can be produced industrially using only carbon dioxide.

This paper by Chinese scientists, published in the international academic journal Science, states that the annual starch production of 3 cubic meter reactor is equivalent to 1 hectare of maize field. If large-scale industrial production can be realized, then mankind will not worry about food shortage. China claims that this achievement has actually exceeded the significance of the Nobel Prize.

The report states that apart from oxygen, the most important substance in the air is carbon dioxide. Chinese scientists use carbon dioxide in the starch-forming reaction. In other words, in the future, the bread we eat every day will be made from air. It takes several months for maize to grow from a single seedling in the field, while synthetic starch takes only a few hours. If humans can realize industrial methods for the production of food, then there will be plenty of supply of food grains and fodder for humans.

Chinese scientists say that if this happens, people will no longer need to cultivate large tracts of agricultural land, the cost of raising livestock will be greatly reduced, and existing farms will be transformed into beautiful meadows and forests. Will go This will also reduce the problems of carbon emissions and greenhouse effect. Also, the living environment of mankind will be hundreds of times better than it is now.

Starch is not just a type of food, but also a high molecular carbohydrate. Starch provides more than 80 percent of the calories in all grains and starch is also an important industrial raw material. There is a long-term search by scientists from different countries to make starch by industrial means.

Right now we emit tens of billions of tons of carbon dioxide every year and the resulting greenhouse gases have become a problem for governments of all countries. If carbon dioxide could be converted into starch, it would not only reduce the problem of global warming but would also completely replace the agricultural planting practices that have been going on for more than 10,000 years.

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US commission said attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh 'serious and disturbing', asked to take action

US commission said attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh 'serious and disturbing', asked to take action

 A US commission on religious freedom said it was "seriously disturbed" by the attacks on the minority Hindu community in Bangladesh. Along with this, the US commission has urged Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to take action against extremist elements promoting anti-Hindu sentiments. Condemning the attack, Nadine Menza, President of the US Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), said that we are deeply disturbed by the recent wave of violence against Hindus in Bangladesh.

He said that we appreciate Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's action to stop heinous crimes of violence by sending paramilitary forces. However, we urge the Bangladeshi government to take action against the extremist elements inciting anti-Hindu sentiments in the country. Its commissioner Anurima Bhargava said Hindus are particularly troubled by the widespread attacks and desecrations on places of worship.

He said hundreds of people have been injured and some have died in the communal violence. Urges the Bangladesh government to protect the rights and safety of Hindus and all religious communities in the country and hold the perpetrators of these horrific attacks accountable.

Meanwhile, Peter D. Haas, a US diplomat, said he admired the Sheikh Hasina government for its generosity in sheltering one million Rohingya refugees. He told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that the US has been a trusted friend of Bangladesh for the past five decades. It is noteworthy that at least seven people have been killed in the recent communal clashes in Bangladesh. Hindu temples have been under attack in Bangladesh since October 13. Late in the night of 17 October, mob torched 66 houses of Hindus in Bangladesh. 

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