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Food: an option for the lazy, but fearless

For those who do not want to bother with cooking and consider it a waste of time, there is an alternative option. Photosynthetic algae symbionts, which provide humans with most of their required nutrients, are implanted under the skin. Since people produce heat, regardless of the time of year and temperature on the street, they can produce food under their own skin all year round, combining a farm and a restaurant inside themselves, easily and effortlessly!

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Яюпин Юпин I think we'll do it
07 Dec 2019
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Connor Franchise that cannot be done, it's impossible.
19 Oct 2019
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Dawid Byrski Thats impossible...
04 Oct 2019
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Batuhan İnsanların çoğu bu tarz riskli bir işe girmek yeerine normal bir şekilde yemek yemeyi daha doğru buşup tercih edeceklerini düşünüyorum.
19 Sep 2019
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Track7 In theory, it will not work.
11 Jun 2019
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Dragoncat I don't understand how people making heat factors into photosynthesizing food, since photosynthesis requires light, not heat, but okay, maybe i don't understand something. Also nano-tech would probably make installing it easier, so no need for it to be implementation at before birth, or a painful surgery, just a pill with microscopic bots, though the argument about energy needs is quite valid, since the body definitely cant sustain you on just photosynthesis.
04 May 2019
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Backtospawn True self-sustainability with this is not possible. The amount of calories needed by a human daily is much higher than what you can get from photosynthesis from his whole body surface. Even if you were completely covered, naked and outdoors all day it wouldn't be enough. The rate at which photosynthesis works is good enough for plants since they don't move and their caloric needs are low but for animals it doesn't work.
20 Apr 2019
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zheling wow
22 Mar 2019
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Peter Of couse not
18 Mar 2019
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Victor Muraviev Unlikely to be seen implemented into already existing humans by 2050, however, new genetically engineered humans with this are likely to occur sooner. This seems like an awesome thing to have!
16 Mar 2019
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Mon Definitely don't think we'll see this by 2050. The cost alone of a self-sustaining augmentation in mass production with limited damage control would be crippling.
16 Mar 2019
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Azamuddin Agree about that
23 Feb 2019
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Andrew Plum I completely agree, but it would be painful and costly.
06 Feb 2019
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lee1733123 of couse
06 Feb 2019
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