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Is Lab-Grown Meat a suitable replacement for Factory Farming?
Lab-Grown Meat is a suitable replacement for Factory Farming.
Lab-grown meat is futuristic, more suitable for the 21st century than conventional farming.
It would be far cheaper leading to better health of poor people.
Lab-grown meat has the potential to end animal suffering.
Once the technology is perfected, it is potentially more sustainable and is going to require less resources to produce.
It will be healthier, as it is created in a sterile environment.
Factory farming is bad for the environment, resulting in deforestation, land degradation, pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, and loss of biodiversity.
It can contribute significantly in stopping world hunger.
Lab-grown meat would render veganism futile.
There are other alternatives which can replace factory farming and render lab-grown meat not as worthwhile of a focus.
Factory farming produces more then just meat. Other animal based products such as eggs, dairy, leather and various items produced from bones can't be replaced solely by lab grown meat.
One could just convince/force humanity to become vegetarian or vegan.
Factory Farming is not as cruel as it seems.
Lab-grown meat is unnatural.
With the current technology and scale, cultured meat is still prohibitively expensive; requiring substantial R&D costs to bring the price tag down before mass adoption would be feasible.
Farmers will lose their jobs.
Lab-grown meat is unethical.
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