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#11 Sep 02, 2018 6:40 pm

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Re: If you like meat

Evolution of humans is a slow process.
My teeth enjoy grinding into a tasty steak on occasion, need that juicy protien.
Once upon a time we had a side storage sac for long periods of going without food.
Appendicitis is a serious condition. Do we really need that thing anymore?

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#12 Sep 02, 2018 8:09 pm

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Re: If you like meat

This Is Why Lab-Grown Burgers Could Soon Become the Food of the Future

https://www.inverse.com/article/48581-g … grown-meat

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#13 Sep 03, 2018 5:45 am

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RD, the idea is excellent. The GMO can be done without.

Let's remember why: we are still vastly ignorant - not least ignorant about our ignorance itself. We are still working from our brain without or with too little implication of heart/spirit, and are modifying - or rather deforming life without the wisdom to do so, in ways which will inevitably backfire, equally on nature as on our own health, whether we see it coming or not.

And once we have the wisdom, we find ways of interacting with life which do not imply GM in the way it is being done presently, but which still stimulates evolution in such a way as to reaching incomparably better results than GM could ever reach.

So it's not about resignation and passivity, it's about the level at which we interact and not least the degree of love and wisdom from which we do so.

Our first endeavour should be to not intervene from ignorance, which is a typical trait of ignorance, but to build up a relationship with life involving heart, soul and spirit. And then, only positive interaction is possible.

We have plenty of plant protein to choose from here, and, unless we're being duped in the description, which I doubt, none involves GMO. So, it's doable.

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