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Visualize Utopia #1: Vertical Farming

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What’s up to my polymath panthers and purposeful porpoises! 

Welcome back to the BNP y’all, another episode of splendor and glory. It’s late and I’m tired, so this summary is gonna be short and sweet.

Let’s learn about vertical farming! 

This episode is the first installment in a series that aims to meander down the forest trail of… Utopia. What would Utopia look like? What factors would need to be prioritized in a Utopian society? How would Utopia utilize agritecture to feed its people? This episode aims to address the food security side of Utopia by conveying the concept of Vertical Farming. There are currently several functioning vertical farms in the world, feeding people in big cities as we speak. 

For the purpose of this series, I’m not going to dwell too heavily on the question of whether Utopia is possible. As far as I’m concerned, anything is possible. So we may as well strive for something dope. 

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