Pig-free bacon

Plus: Pink Floyd
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In today's edition:

// Bacon without bacon

// Neurofeedback

// Life on Enceladus

// Life on the moon

Neurofeedback training can help patients with PTSD control their amygdala reactivity | PsyPost

"Scientists recently investigated the use of neurofeedback training to help individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) regulate activity in their amygdala, a brain region which plays a key role in fear responses. Their findings, published in Translational Psychiatry, showed that the participants who received neurofeedback training were able to gain better control over their amygdala activity after recalling traumatic events."

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Saturn's moon Enceladus has all the ingredients for life in its icy oceans. But is life there? | Space.com

"For the first time, phosphorus — the rarest of six elements upon which life as we know it depends — has been found in a tiny ocean-bearing moon in our solar system. Scientists combing through data sent home by NASA's Cassini spacecraft nearly 15 years ago said they have found plentiful phosphorus in water geysers that routinely blast into space from Enceladus, a tiny moon of Saturn and one of the most likely places in the solar system where life might exist."

The startup bringing home the $400 billion bacon… minus the pig | Forbes

"Water resources are rapidly drained. Rainforests are ravaged for grain. Rivers run thick with effluent. Antibiotics used on farm animals put our health at grave risk. That's why Benjamina Bollag, CEO of UK startup Uncommon—formerly Higher Steaks—is determined to get a 5% slice of the global pork market by 2035."

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NASA says there may be life on the moon after all | The Byte

"You probably think of the Earth's Moon as a dead husk, void of life. But NASA says the astronauts who are scheduled to touch down on the surface of the Moon as soon as late 2025 — if everything goes according to plan, an increasingly significant "if" — might not be the first organisms in town, Space.com reports."

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//Quiz: Which color on visible spectrum has the longest wavelength?

Which color on visible spectrum has the longest wavelength?

Shout-out to Pink Floyd who introduced an entire generation to the coolness of the visible light spectrum.