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In-Vitro Meat: Bring it on!



Jason Silva

jasonsilvamindmeld's channel

Posted: Mar 1, 2012


A look at the technology of In-Vitro meat… growing meat from the stem cells of an animal—basically tissue engineering—without killing said animal. This would solve so many problems.


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Jason's hyper- enthusiasm seems to be effective on a lot of people. Some, people more interested in the practical implications of a-meat, may not see such affect as salient.



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