JasonOfOrillia: Just wait until they figure out how to mass-produce it.
Dissociater: Could vegetarians eat this?
bmckenna: Came for Lem and Phil, leaving satisfied. One of my favorite TV shows of all time. OF ALL TIME.
Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: 2. It doesn't involve the death of a conscious being.
roughridersfan: Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: 2. It doesn't involve the death of a conscious being.Don't pity the mighty cow. If given a chance, a cow would eat you and your family in a heartbeat. We do what we must, otherwise there would be herds of these beasts hunting us down.It's us or them and the war has barely begun.
Emposter: The in-Vitro burger was designed as a proof-of-concept to address the problem of a growing global population with a rapidly dwindling food supply.Um....what? The US could feed the entire world all by ourselves, with lots left over, if we ever felt like doing it instead of using the majority of our crops for biofules, paying our farmers not to farm, and then still letting massive supplies rot in storage towers. Global food production increases have outpaced population growth for decades. Starvation is an artificial problem created by economic imbalance, nothing more.Dwindling my ass.
Cerebral Knievel: Do any of y'all remember when the book 1984 was a cautionary tale and was required reading in high school?yeah.. those were the days
PonceAlyosha: Cerebral Knievel: Do any of y'all remember when the book 1984 was a cautionary tale and was required reading in high school?yeah.. those were the daysYou're thinking of Brave New World, by Huxley.
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