Fake Food Series: Tomorrow’s Meat Might Be Grown In Labs

Creepy future is already here. First they introduced plant based meat alternatives. Then they introduced 3D-printed steaks. And now they are rolling out the "Lab-grown" synthetic meats. Will the people buy such products? Investors and companies do not really care. The short-term plan being implemented by the "World Economic Forum" is that soon there won't be any other products available to purchase/consume -which are in some form similar to meat.


Heavily funded by the big tech companies, new start ups are popping up everywhere, selling the idea of laboratory grown meats to the general public. Such artificially grown foods are of course key part of the so-called "4th Industrial Revolution," that is if the general public accepts to consume these franken-foods in place of natural foods. The reasoning for the need for such synthetic foods is the worldwide environmental destruction due to meat production/consumption -environmental decay is presumed to be destroying the nature on earth within a decade or so.


The drive for the production of such foods is incredible. This video discloses how such start-ups are launching everywhere like mushrooms, how billions of dollars in funding are flowing into these lab technologies (mostly funded by gigantic tech companies), and how lab-grown meat is produced and harvested. Many companies around the world, such as Upside in the US, and Future Meat in Israel now engineer lab-grown meat. Their reason for existence revolves around the claim that masses can be fed without harming the environment or animals by cultivating synthetic meat in factory farms. WOW.

How does it work? Small clumps of animal cells are cultivated in large industrial-grade vats over a period of weeks. Over time, these clumps of cells grow into real meat.

Proponents of the new FAKE food production technologies claim that people can now enjoy all the benefits of delicious nutritious "FAKE" meat without the ecological footprint or animal cruelty through the consumption of synthetic meat.





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