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I would expect groups like PETA to protest hard against this.
Given the high cost of cloning, industry officials and consumer advocates say it's more likely that consumers would be sold the meat -- if not the milk -- of offspring of cloned cattle
Originally posted by DYepes
Yea I dont really see a problem with eating cloned meat. # they could just grow the meat parts for all I care. Just make sure I get my meat and im good. I also have no problem with eating genetically engineered crops. Food is food and cloned and engineered food can make it plentiful for the world.
Originally posted by apc
We have controlled mating, natural selection, and survival of the fittest. The only thing evolution has done is generate mutations, giving us the gift of chocolate milk.
Originally posted by intrepid
Why am I not surprised at the lack of concern give to this topic? We've been coddled by science for so long, they are a patient bunch , that we stop asking the right questions like "Not can we do something but should we do something"? The genetic splicing is going to come back and bite us on the rear, WHY WON'T THIS?
Could we get a clarification of this issue?