For those of you who haven't heard of it yet- "SuperMeat is working to develop a way to grow ‘meal-ready’ meat in the lab using tissue samples from a chicken, with hopes real animal meat can one day be mass produced without actually harming any animals."
Would this be an option that you would choose over coventional factory farming if was available to you, and at cheaper cost?
I think this is really interesting! Would love to hear all your thoughts! :)
of course... it could be organic and no animals were harmed. then again, you need to think of the economic implications... just think of how many farmers would lose money and thus have to find different careers.
I mean, if a stem cell sample gets contaminated (like Ebola or whatever) and mass produced, you'll have a huge problem, granted, it would actually be way easier to track depending how the product gets tagged. But then, I can see a problem with relative overpopulation and possible breeding problems for chickens or problems with milk extraction
Yeah it is no different from bite your meat off then you mend by yourself. That is why I feel no different to eat animals So I can eat the meat but I heard meat should do some sport for being delicious
That's been going on for a while including certain vegetables. I think it's gross, our foods aren't healthy everything seems to be genetically modified one way or another... it might be organic or all natural pb... but what you doubt know it's that the genetics of that organic plant or that pb was changed in order to pervent pest from attacking thus making it organic. Even corn is modified. gmo's. It's a cool topic but don't think I'd want to eat that meat lol