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  1. Standard memberapathist
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    14 Apr '16 21:36
    Cultured Meat Symposium 2015 a Resounding Success
    October 21, 2015
    http://www.brightlands.com/news-events/cultured-meat-symposium-2015-resounding-success/


    About The Symposium. Click on 'Cultured Beef' and then 'FAQs' for lots of info nuggets about the state of the art.
    http://culturedbeef.net/homepage/

    There is another symposium later this year.
  2. Standard memberSeitse
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    14 Apr '16 22:10
    Soylent green, nice.

    Joke aside, shmeat (a.k.a. frankenmeat) is abhorrent and despicable.
    Since it requires technically sophisticated production methods, it is close
    to impossible for communities to produce it, increasing dependence on
    global corporations.

    Nice x 2. Enjoy your dystopian world.
  3. SubscriberSuzianne
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    15 Apr '16 10:37
    Originally posted by apathist
    Cultured Meat Symposium 2015 a Resounding Success
    October 21, 2015
    http://www.brightlands.com/news-events/cultured-meat-symposium-2015-resounding-success/


    About The Symposium. Click on 'Cultured Beef' and then 'FAQs' for lots of info nuggets about the state of the art.
    http://culturedbeef.net/homepage/

    There is another symposium later this year.
    Oh, you must mean 'mystery meat'.

    That's what we always called it in school. That meat where you weren't quite sure, and couldn't quite figure out, what it was. Finding a vein in it always significantly raised the "ewwww!" factor.
  4. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    15 Apr '16 10:44
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Oh, you must mean 'mystery meat'.

    That's what we always called it in school. That meat where you weren't quite sure, and couldn't quite figure out, what it was. Finding a vein in it always significantly raised the "ewwww!" factor.
    Better a vein than an eyeball. 😲
  5. SubscriberSuzianne
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    15 Apr '16 10:45
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    Better a vein than an eyeball. 😲
    "ewwww!"
  6. Subscribersonhouse
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    15 Apr '16 11:03
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    "ewwww!"
    I called it 'alleged meat'.
  7. Subscriberrookie54
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    15 Apr '16 16:17
    electric sausage,
    blended protein...
    the end result is quite palatable,
    but the process should never be seen...
  8. Standard memberapathist
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    15 Apr '16 23:33
    Yeah, getting to kill some animal first makes the meat taste better. Well done!
  9. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    16 Apr '16 11:20
    Originally posted by apathist
    Cultured Meat Symposium 2015 a Resounding Success
    A rack of lamb once asked me to take her to the Opera.
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    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    A rack of lamb once asked me to take her to the Opera.
    Did you?
  11. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    17 Apr '16 00:08
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    Did you?
    The Fat Lady ate her.
  12. Standard memberapathist
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    21 Apr '16 22:08
    Why are you people frightened about this subject? Don't deny it - the whistling in the dark is obvious. It isn't the economical and ecological benefits, who cares about that. It's the bloodbath. The pain and suffering and misery. The horrible terrible overall situation. omfg let's whistle and crack crude jokes and pretend we don't live on a slaughter-planet where we wrap flesh in plastic and stack it up
  13. Standard memberSeitse
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    22 Apr '16 06:16
    Originally posted by apathist
    The pain and suffering and misery.
    Your beloved corporate CEOs, which will get fat bonuses off this, are
    the ones causing pain, suffering and misery.
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