Recently the first hamburger made of in vitro meat got much attention, not in the last place because Google founder Sergey Brin was revealed as the primary funder of this project. Much of the appeal of in vitro meat, is because this development would allow us to reconcile our desire to consume meat with our … Continue reading A proposal for the animal friendly production of eggs
Here is a video on the topic of whale biopsy, a method used by scientists to study whales. A few years ago, I proposed to combine whale biopsy and cultured meat, as an alternative to whaling.
In a previous post we critically reviewed Elon Musk’s Mars colony plans and we mostly destroyed his idea. However, there is one good aspect to Musk’s plan. According to this article, Musk’s colony would be an all-vegetarian society. The question is, of course, why does Elon Musk want a vegetarians-only? [For the purpose of this … Continue reading Space colonization and vegetarianism
This post was originally posted on blogspot.com on April 23, 2012 In our post on meat production in outer space we briefly addressed the problem of transporting herds of animals from Earth to Space colonies. Transporting small animals like dogs and cats, will not a big deal. But larger animals like cattle or horses are … Continue reading Noah’s Ark 2.0