17 FDA gives 2nd safety nod to cultivated meat, produced without slaughtering animals (www.npr.org) posted 69 days ago by x_prepared_spirit_x 69 days ago by x_prepared_spirit_x +17 / -0 9 comments share 9 comments share save hide report block hide replies
Isn't this shit made from a tumor that never stops growing?
That's the news results of the previous FDA approval for cultivated meat. To clarify, we already know it's a failure. Bit, that failure requires expensive cancer resent by big pharma.
Sounds like my kids
Trust us! Because you trusted us previously!
ten years later: (doctor): You have an unusual cancer of the intestine. The biopsy shows it's some weird genetic mutation of chicken DNA. You have three weeks to live.
Thankfully this is just a problem for GBR at the moment: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2023/6/contents/enacted
I don’t trust this shit tbh. At least not now.
I do think that eventually people will look back in horror at how we harvested meat from sentient animals instead of just “growing it”.
Eventually that tech will be solid, imo. But I don’t plan on being the Guinea pig anytime soon.
I just had bacon for breakfast
I think it was Wilbur from Charlotte's Web.
I believe modernity and technocracy will fail and we will go back to seeing using the animal's body they no longer need as pretty normal and good. People raising their own food on small farms.
The key is respecting and loving the animals. Not putting them in cruel conditions as large corporations do.
There's nothing wrong with being vegan either though, each person is responsible for their own conscious.