Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Not Food

SCIENTISTS have grown meat in the laboratory for the first time. Experts in Holland used cells from a live pig to replicate growth in a petri dish.

The advent of so-called “in-vitro” or cultured meat could reduce the billions of tons of greenhouse gases emitted each year by farm animals — if people are willing to eat it.


  1. So now we can have fake ham with our fake cheese? all we need is fake bread and farmers become obsolete.DWCovert

  2. The way things are going folks will not have a choice - eat the fake meat or no meat - nobody can afford to produce much of anything at the prices we're getting now.