In vitro meat

Lab-Grown Burger

Lab-Grown Burger (Photo credit: Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com)

Lolita in Vladimir Nabokov’s novel embodied love imperfections. Emma in Jane Austen’s novel described the misconstrued romance with her young friend Harriet Smith. Maybe these two types of girls could not attract their lovers to fall in love with them out of the inferior physical conditions. The bad physical condition would affect not only the mating performance, it would influence every aspect of the life of an object of chronic investigation. Shakespeare said,

“To be, or not to be, that is the question:
Whether ’tis Nobler in the mind to suffer
The Slings and Arrows of outrageous Fortune,
Or to take Arms against a Sea of troubles…”

To improve this bad physical condition, we could see the theoretical possibility of growing meat had dominated the public imagination for quite a long time, and then we saw that in vitro meat started out as a opinion discussion then turned to a fighting near the far away island to catch at least for a glimpse of the public attention. We could say that in vitro meat was like to grow meat in the test-tube, and probably it would be done for the economic reasons. Because the in vitro meat was the meat of in vitro cultivation stem cells from animals, we could add this meat to the most processed food such as hamburger patty that could benefit our bodies. It would not be the question whether it was of horse meat or true beef for a vegan to answer. It would be just a meat from the test-tube for the observers to feel pity.

DB, August 13, 2013

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