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While deep-rooted cultural signifiers like tradition, religion and politics leave us unable to agree on basics such as the point when human life begins, scientists have been busy pushing the boundaries of our already vague definitions.
Emerging from a tumultuous 20th century as Europe’s creative hub, Berlin remains at the vanguard, from its thriving startup scene to its influential art world. But among the most important of innovations coming out of the German capital right now is a local food revolution.
The absurdity of the scene can’t have escaped everyone in the room.
We’ve all heard by now the horrifying story about an island of plastic debris the size of Central Europe that’s congregated in the ocean somewhere between east Asia and north America.
During a visit in the early nineties, William Gibson called Singapore “Disneyland with the Death Penalty”: a sterile, paranoid metropolis whose citizens paid a high price for their spotless, crime-free Utopia.
When it comes to having your ribs rattled by low frequency sine waves blasted through subwoofers, some people are clearly more comfortable with the experience than others.