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When the Spanish conquistadors first came to Lake Texcoco (Lake Texcoco) in the Aztec Empire in Mexico, they saw a strange sight. According to their description, "the local people actually fished a kind of green foam as food in the lake, and this green foam actually made them energetic and energetic." The Aztecs called this green foam "the essence of the stone, "

When the Spanish conquistadors first came to Lake Texcoco (Lake Texcoco) in the Aztec Empire in Mexico, they saw a strange sight. According to their description, "the local people actually fished a kind of green foam as food in the lake, and this green foam actually made them energetic and energetic." The Aztecs called this green foam "the essence of the stone, " meaning it is the essence discharged from the stones in the water. The essence of the stone can be eaten directly, or it can be dried and made cakes for long-term consumption. The Aztecs It is believed that the essence of stone is rich in nutrients and can especially provide them with physical strength and endurance. Therefore, Aztec merchants traveling far away, messengers traveling between cities, and even long-distance runners during festivals would carry stone essence as a tonic. 

From the perspective of modern research, this is not surprising, because the so-called green foam and stone essence are what are now called freshwater microalgae. Microalgae is a general term for many single-cell algae. They are only a few microns in size and do not appear to the naked eye. Invisible. Because they can perform photosynthesis, they are rich in nutrients and contain many nutrients not found in terrestrial plants. If we take a closer look at taxonomy, these microalgae can be divided blue-green algae (spirulina) and green algae (chlorella). Because blue-green algae belong to prokaryotes, it has been classified in the bacterial kingdom. Strictly speaking, it does not belong to plants, so it is not algae. According to inference, the stone essence eaten by the Aztecs should be closer to spirulina; Another group of microalgae is green algae belonging to Chlorella, which is an algae belonging to plants. In recent decades, it is green algae that has been studied by NASA for its potential as space food.

For decades, NASA has been working hard to carry out space mission plans for humans to explore the universe and colonize Mars or the moon. In the desert space, obtaining food and building a life-support system is the key to survival. In the recent International Space Station mission in 2018, A research team of experts from NASA and the University of Stuttgart used experiments to prove that green algae can not only provide food in space but also help establish a small closed ecosystem for survival. During this 180-day space mission, it was proved that The green algae cultivated in the photoreactor can still show strong survival ability in the zero gravity of space, showing multiple ecological values ​​such as providing nutrients, producing oxygen, and purifying air and water quality. It is for this reason that "The Coral" is translated "Indoor Microalgae Farm" in Chinese. Through the ingenuity of designers, algae is brought our daily lives. It is not only artistic but also "food grade". A more sustainable lifestyle.

"The Coral" is an indoor microalgae farm that aims to rebuild the relationship between humans and algae. Algae are crucial to sustainable development. Scientists have discovered that microalgae is the most carbon-reducing plant on the planet, but in our daily lives has received little attention. "The Coral" wall-mounted green algae ball culture device is designed to propose a healthy ritual of daily algae consumption, allowing you to obtain the most nutritious superfood "microalgae" as a nutritious food substitute at home. Purely natural nutrient design elements combined with DIY farming enhance a healthy and natural experience, allowing us to cultivate and view microalgae farms at home for aesthetic purposes. "The Coral" proposes a new design experience combined with natural food, which helps us take a step towards a better sustainable lifestyle.

Each of its 16 cultured cell units can grow algae at the recommended daily intake, allowing us to continuously replenish and harvest algae on a two-week cycle. Green algae have the only ability to divide 4 times in the plant world. When encountering a critical environment, green algae can undergo meiosis and quickly divide 4, showing strong fecundity. According to measurements, green algae grows rapidly in a suitable environment and can reproduce for one generation every 8-12 hours, doubling its number instantly. Green algae have special growth factors (EGF) that stimulate rapid plant growth. In fact, what you don’t know is that the world’s green algae kingdom is in Taiwan, but most of it is made health food models. 90% of the world's green algae is exported from Taiwan, 65% of which is sold to Japan. At that time, there were more than 30 green algae production plants in Taiwan. The Discovery Channel team from the United States also visited Taiwan’s Chlorella to conduct interviews and film a documentary titled “Chlorella Kingdom.”

"The Coral" proposes a more sustainable lifestyle by bringing algae our daily lives. Its sculptural facade displays a vivid pattern of coral, emphasizing the importance of algae to the environment and providing an ever-changing aesthetic experience. This is precisely the aesthetic and design qualities that Taiwan lacks. The Kingdom of Green Algae is obviously in Taiwan, but this idea was proposed and implemented by South Korean designer Hyunseok An. Observe your "indoor microalgae farm" every day. As the algae grow, the medium in the cultured cells turns green, "The Coral" absorbs carbon dioxide from the air, and each valve at the bottom controls the airflow to each cell. Once the culture medium turns dark green, the algae can be harvested through a simple filtration process. When the algae turns dark green, each cultured cell in the 4X4 grid wall frame contains approximately 2 grams of algae, which is exactly the recommended daily intake, with a 16-day regeneration cycle.

Algae play a vital role in the sustainable development of human life and ecosystems. Algae are among the most efficient carbon dioxide purifiers in the air, with a carbon dioxide-fixing capacity ten times greater than that of land plants. The United Nations World Food Conference in 1974 considered algae to be the most ideal food for humans. NASA also uses algae as dietary supplements in long-term space missions because algae are nutritious and balanced. Even so, we may not be able to fully enjoy the remarkable benefits of algae in our daily lives. Instead, we tend to ignore it, associating it with negative emotions: mossy, slimy, gross. This is not surprising, as we typically see algae in stagnant water in unpleasant circumstances, with a disgusting smell like pond scum, and these environments can influence our aversion to algae. Because of this emotional rejection, we may underestimate the value of algae and try to eliminate it from our daily lives, thereby losing the potential benefits to our health and the environment.

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"The Coral" in this article is a nutritious food designed by what?
1. Microalgae
2. bacteria
3. seaweed



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