Would you eat cloned cow? Steph says no. I say, eh, why not?
FDA OKs meat, milk from most cloned animals
Yeah, why not? I don’t think it’s likely that a cow costing the same as a new car would become commonplace hamburger, or placed in daily milk rotation, but you never know.
We should clone whales now. Then we could all enjoy whale patties.
From the article:
“Experts say it is unlikely actual clones would be used in food production. A cloned cow costs $15,000 to $20,000 to create. More likely, experts said, the offspring of cloned animals would be used.”
If it truly is a clone then it should be exactly the same as a regular cow. So, sure. Clone me a burger.
1) Kill all cows
2) eat only sea salt
3) …well thats all I can think of.
Actually – my thoughts are these…what’s wrong with natural cows? Do we have some shortage on legit God-Made cows? Why even both, but for the scientific ego trip of actually cloning something?
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