Inside the Quest to Make Lab Grown Meat

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+1 1. ringmaster commented 2 years ago

This may also benefit the environment as we don't have to use large areas to feed the animals at the cost of forests, CO2 etc.
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+2 2. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

Well a lot of people eat Quorn so once the price comes down I can't see there being any problem here. Also if we move to Mars it will remove the need to put cows in rockets. 8-)
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+2 3. huldu commented 2 years ago

If it ever becomes easy to mass produce then there is really no need for "real" meat in that regard. I understand that it's hard for some people to accept but your children or their children will have a lot easier to accept changes like this.
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+2 4. ComentAtor commented 2 years ago

it is not only a subject of some people accepting it or not. it's the taste... and so much more

there are cheese and meat substitutes on the market already.. try it sometimes :)

Taste is derived from the animal and from the person preparing it. Meat tastes and textures differently depending on your animals way of life and food preferences.
And as the food preparation is an incredibly complex procedure.. Chemical contest of a being, any being and complex organ interactions are still waaaay beyond our comprehension (as you can see in our medical science) and to believe that we can artificially reproduce it in 2018.. 2020.. come on

p,s, have you tried any of the water grown veggies
the theory is that we can substitute the living chaos of the soil with a formula.. with supplements added to water?!

what we do for profit
#growyourown :)
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+1 5. se0067 commented 2 years ago

Anyone remembers "Soylent Green"?
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+1 6. Paperman commented 2 years ago

How much you want to bet none of the people in this video has ever grew neither an animal or a garden, not to mention killed his own food?
And yes, humans generally will eat any crap that gives them a chance at survival. But while you can grow fake meat in a lab, do you know how it will interact with the human body and its function? How will the human body metabolize this bacterial meat and what are the long therm effects?
Personally I wouldn't touch that stuff with a long pole. Not because its grown in a lab, just because you don't know anything about its interaction with the human body.
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0 7. ComentAtor commented 2 years ago

#5 nope, but reading the plot on wiki felt somehow familiar