Billain & MC D2 – Runshin Gia [Kaizan Records]

Out now ► https://neotokyokaizan.bandcamp.com/album/neo-tokyo-2019-2

NEO TOKYO 2019 #2
released May 30, 2016

TRACKLISTINGS
1. BILLAIN – RUNSHIN GIA
2. Large Mouth & Visius – Para Data
3. Chris Kaoz – Brainwave
4. SHK – Enceladus

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The Journey to Lab-Grown Chicken: VICE News Capsule, March 13

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Thousands of Nigerians flee to Cameroon to escape Boko Haram, Gaza exports first produce shipment to Israel since 2007, the quest to grow chicken in a test tube, and NASA scientists make discoveries that hint at the prospects of life beyond Earth.

CAMEROON
Nigerians Continue to Flee Boko Haram Attacks
Some 10,000 fled to the country following killings of members of an Arab-speaking ethnic minority.

GAZA
Israel Imports First Shipment of Produce in Eight Years
It marks the partial easing of the blockade on the Palestinian territory.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Tender, Tasty, and Grown in a Tube?
A bioengineer at Tel Aviv University is on a one-year journey to manufacture chicken in a lab.

SPACE
New NASA Discovery Signals Prospect of Life
Scientists find evidence of hydrothermal activity on Enceladus, Saturn’s sixth-largest moon. They say it could have the right conditions to support microbial life.

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