posted on Aug, 6 2013 @ 12:04 PM
Now lets take a look at the actual truth of the matter...
and look at the fatal flaw of In Vitro meat.
First, the misleading statements that it seems wasteful to grow grain to feed animals for the
purpose of eating the animals; and the possiblity that lab-grown meat is one solution.
Second, that somehow this meat is "artificial" or fed artificial "nutrients".
The little publicized truth is that the lab cells were fed a mixture of sugars and amino
But just as cows don't grow out of thin air—they need feed—in vitro meat doesn't appear
magically in those lab vats. It, too, needs to be fed something if it's going to grow.
acids supplemented with fetal bovine serum.
literally the blood of unborn cows," she writes. Fetal bovine serum is a slaughterhouse
byproduct used mainly by the pharmaceutical industry.
Fetal bovine serum; Current cost: $250 per liter—which is the major cost of that 5 oz burger.
While one can think of lots of reasons to just eat that
old fashioned butcher cut, or explore vegan...
this certainly might be the common sense factor.
(visit the link for the full news article)
edit on 6-8-2013 by burntheships because: (no reason given)