Carniculture Plants

Industrial plants that grow meat protein. (Read the full article)

"In Two years of vacancy, Jules Verne describes a Milk Tree, copying the maple tree already existing in Canada. The milk tree grew in Chili, near the antartic."
(Rodolfo Garcia Samano 12/12/2006 8:51:27 AM )
" Apparently, due to advances in plastics tech for containers, new hormone synthesis and cleaner nutrients supplies, it is possible to grow ma wider variety of tissues than ever before; An article in 'New Scientist' written by a tissue culture professor noted that one effect of this is that his Vegan students, on the lookout for ethicla sources of iron-rich food, are enquiring about taking a biopsy of _their_own_ livers and growing it for food - The liver is ideal as not only iron-rich, it is known to grow pretty easily if givn half a chance. he discourages it only because the nutrients are expensive and he would rather see then go into growing tissue for mediacl reasons, but otherwise has no objections."
(DFStuckey 2/17/2008 12:23:07 AM )
"Oh, and Piper was talking about 'plants' as in industrial plant; Like a vat."
(DFStuckey 2/17/2008 12:27:28 AM )
"You're probably right - he does refer to them as vats elsewhere."
(Bill Christensen 3/12/2008 2:29:59 PM )
"Always the same problem. Industrial way of production creates a crisis in environment.Why not to use vegetable plants to produce meat in place of a reffinning and pollutin old system of production? People never learns from their own mistakes."
(Rodolfo Garcia Samano 5/10/2008 9:44:09 AM )

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