90 Reasons for Cellular Agriculture: Health, Environment, Ethics, and Economics
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While animal products have been incredibly positive for society over generations, today they are proving more destructive than beneficial with the rise of factory farming. After thousands of years depending on animals for agriculture, humanity has finally attained the biotechnological means to supersede this necessity through a new practice called cellular agriculture. This concept of farming identical animal products from cells rather than living animals poses a much-needed solution to factory farming. Cell-ag has the potential to address problems of public health, the environment, and human/animal rights at a remarkable scale, positioning itself in an unprecedented class truly capable of revolutionizing the world.
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