Which would be more ethical; killing an animal to eat its meat or growing human meat from stem cells and eating it?

  • Killing an animal (I eat meat)
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  • Human test tube meat (I eat meat)
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  • Killing an animal (I'm a vegan/vegetarian)
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  • Human test tube meat (I'm a vegan/vegetarian)
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Most Helpful Girl

  • Yeah, let humans eat other consenting humans.
    It's only gross if you make it gross.

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Most Helpful Guy

  • Human test tube meat (I'm a vegan/vegetarian)

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What Girls Said 2

  • Meat cultured on a Petri dish/in a test tube would probably be more ethical. It's just really expensive right now, but the cost should come down as the years go by and they improve on the technique. I'm not vegan or vegetarian.

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    • Ohhhh wait, I didn't read the "human meat" part lol. Canniblaism is disgusting. 😐

  • Killing animals definitely. Cannibalism is gross. When creatures eat their own kind they get crazy. E. g a human who eats humans will most likely go insane.

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What Guys Said 4

  • Cannibalism is cannibalism - I'd eat an animal any day over something that for all intents and purposes comes from a human.

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    • Cannibalism is Cannibalism but that doesn't make it unethical in all cases. Take consensual mortuary cannibalism for example.

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    • That's just your opinion, but that animals suffer like we can is a fact.

    • But animals are different species and I care about humans way more than I do about animals.

  • Both are ethical

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  • Eating animals is sort of natural.

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  • Lab-grown human meat would probably be more ethical, but I'd kill an animal before cannibalizing.

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