posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 11:37 AM
I'd eat it, but on the other hand it gaining popularity would destroy small time ranchers. My family rents land to one, and he is a hella nice guy,
and I would hate for him to be plunged into poverty by such a biological revolution, much like the industrial revolution killed cottage industry.
If this kind of stuff becomes popular real meat will still be on the menu as a high quality item, methinks. It'll probably be marketed as 'cruelty
free', but it will probably be lies, and it will probably be provided the 'big boys' of agriculture.