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I'd try it. No way in hell.
Debate Score:13
Arguments:18
Total Votes:14
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Cultured (lab grown) meat?

What are your thoughts on meat grown in a lab?  Any Vegan perspectives?  Is it the new wave of the future or just a fad?  Would you try it?
Honestly whenever I think about it I think of the show 'Better Off Ted'. 

I'd try it.

Side Score: 5
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No way in hell.

Side Score: 8
1 point

Yeah sure I’d give it a go as I’m sure we have or will eat man made food at some time so it’s not much of a jump

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Side: I'd try it.
1 point

I think cultured meat could potentially revolutionize agriculture, livestock production, and forestry as we know it so I support it.....I just have to get over my own hesitation and bias. I AM curious what a vegan would think about it.

Side: I'd try it.
peniswuwu(16) Clarified
3 points

I AM curious what a vegan would think about it.

Depends on the vegan in question but I have heard vegans talk about it. Most seem to think it is a positive thing because it could reduce the amount of animals being killed as well as pollution from animal agriculture but they also discourage people from eating it because it is still a meat product which they believe is inherently unhealthy.

Side: I'd try it.
Jody(883) Disputed
2 points

Yes it will take a bit of mental adjustment I reckon to get used to it

Side: No way in hell.
outlaw60(14189) Disputed
1 point

I think cultured meat could potentially revolutionize agriculture, livestock production, and forestry as we know it so I support it.

This IS what the spun out dumb ass wrote but the title of the post is this -Cultured (lab grown) meat

Then somehow the idiot tries to tie meat to wood ROTFFLMMFAO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Side: No way in hell.
outlaw60(14189) Disputed
1 point

ROTFFLMMFAO !!!!!!!! Tell us how cultured meat relates to the Redwoods of California ?

I have to say stupidity reigns supreme in the world of the Confused Left and that IS easy to see when an idiot like you thinks and then types !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Side: No way in hell.
1 point

Apparently the difficulty is to get the texture and structure to be similar to animal flesh. I have heard people talk about 3-D printing "meat" in order to get the right texture.

Star Trek food replicators here we come!

I already have a flip phone that is an analog of a communicator, and that is old tech, just the tip of the iceberg.

Television is providing a roadmap of our technological future. Pretty amazing.

Side: I'd try it.
1 point

It would be pretty awesome to have the food replicators.

As much as I am hesitant on lab grown meat, I am more so on 3-D printing meat. It weirds me out a little.

Side: I'd try it.
marcusmoon(577) Clarified
1 point

As much as I am hesitant on lab grown meat, I am more so on 3-D printing meat. It weirds me out a little.

Yeah, I am right there with you.

It is odd, however, that it does not bother me at all to eat a dead animal, or consume milk products. The milk comes out of animals' glands, and often is then processed by bacteria (cheese, yogurt, sour cream.)

Pigs are not clean animals. The fact that after they are killed & butchered part is hung up to "cure" in a smokehouse cannot possibly make the meat cleaner. I don't care. I LOVE bacon!

Go figure.

Side: I'd try it.
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