Food from the Singularity

December 28, 2006 at 4:36 pm Leave a comment

From the headlines: “FDA: Cloned livestock is safe to eat”

This isn’t quite the side-of-beef-sans-moo that Kurzweil describes, but it’s on the way. 

Wondering, though, if you’re cloning meat without the whole animal, sure you’ve got less to worry about as far as room and board goes, but would it be more energy intensive to grow a slab of cloned meat, or just fill the feed trough and let the meat feed itself?

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