Anytime you put meat-free and burger in the same sentence, people are going to be skeptical. Silicon Valley startup Impossible Foods is trying to sway that opinion with their plant-based substitute. By ditching the cows, these burgers use 95% less land, 74% less water, emit 87% less greenhouse gases and are free from hormones and antibiotics. Although it sounds too good to be true, these patties are just as juicy as the real thing. They're now available at Manhattan's Momofuku, and to demonstrate just how worthy these burgers are, the restaurants founder chef David Chang, executive chef Matt Rudofker, and CEO and founder of Impossible Foods Pat O. Brown get in the kitchen and cook one up right before your eyes.
At 23 years old, the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park have aged very well, even when up against the latest from Hollywood's supercomputer-powered effects farms. With the massive leaps in computing since 1993, how have Jurassic Park's effects held up so well? The answer is easy: there is less than six minutes of CGI in the entire film, combined with practical effects and camera work to build dinosaurs that are as much in your mind as on the screen.