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Originally posted by snowen20
reply to post by Gemini67
Technically, it is fresh cow, albeit a petri dish version.
In 2009 scientists from the same university grew strips of pork using the same method. They admitted it was not particularly appetising, being grey with a similar texture to calamari.
Originally posted by Imhotepsol
WTF is with you people. They finally get something that can help us and most people are like "ehhhh noooo". I loose more and more faith in this forum every day. I can understand about anything else but the ability to create meat without harming any animals that is going to be used to feed a rapidly expanding population I really don't see the problem.
If we ever travel into deep space you think they'll be brining cows and farms on spaceships or do you think it'll be more like this? The futures here get over it.edit on 27/6/11 by Imhotepsol because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by fooks
most of the world does not eat alot of beef anyway.
not much demand in india or china, there is a couple billion people.
not like australia, argentina, brazil, US, uk, mostly western nations eat alot of beef.
asians not so much per capita.
zebras, giraffes, impalas, gazelles