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originally posted by: IAMTAT
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: Skywatcher2011
Go for it.
It's science, right?
Science is never wrong! So the first people I want to see nom nom nomming are the Man-made climate change advocates.
Because science never makes mistakes.
Frankenmeat should make global-warming bovine flatulence a thing of the past.
originally posted by: deadlyhope
a reply to: tikbalang
Bugs are actually quite healthy, and very sustainable. Grub worms and such are a lot of protein at a fraction of what a cow takes in food and water, I think bugs are a good future.
originally posted by: Lolliek
originally posted by Intrptr:
Anyone who has ever had real grass fed beef slo grown to maturity without hormones, or a free roaming chicken knows the difference.
Absolutely! Unfortunately, those of us who have tasted home-grown are getting fewer and fewer. Best I can describe it is it's like a homegrown tomato versus a supermarket tomato. More people can relate to that.
Something to think about is that if the human race actually makes it to the stars, lab created protein will be the norm. Science Fiction writers have already introduced it. It was only a matter of time....
originally posted by: Ghost147
I saw this several years ago, But honestly, BRING IT ON!!!!!!
Conventional farming methods are extremely outdated and unbelievably wasteful and harmful to the environment. If it's healthier, cheaper, cuts down on water usage, pollution emissions, land use, production costs, and so forth, then why the hell aren't we trying to make this happen sooner?