Companies: Good Meat & Upside Foods (both investments of Bill Gates) were approved on June 21, 2023 to sell chicken created from animal cells in the United States.
For every optimistic technology we get from biotech advances, there are five dystopian ones.
Karen Kingston is here to report her latest findings on the evils of synthetic biology.
In March of this year Congress invested 100 billion dollars to research synthetic biology.
The goal of synthetic biology is to take biological lifeforms and turn them into technology.
Lab grown meat is a form of synthetic biology and is a precursor to more advanced applications like directed evolution.
The elites are going to attempt to sell the world on the benefits of this transhumanist agenda.
Lab grown meat will lead to the total control of the food supply and an end to farming.
This is about stripping control away from human beings and playing God by merging technology with biology.
The National Nanotechnology Initiative has been around since 2012.
This is a bipartisan issue that seeks to rewrite the human genetic sequence.
Some doctors claim the Covid-19 shots are actually neural link or neural lace technology.
In 2019, Elon Musk entered into an intellectual property agreement with CureVac which is a global mRNA manufacturer.
The updated National Nanotechnology Initiative released this past March clearly states the Covid-19 shots contain nanotechnology.
PCR tests are also reported to have contained nanotechnology.
Neural lace technology is a weapon of mass destruction that hijacks the body’s system.
Karen Kingston has been told by other platforms she may not use the terms “nanotech” and “bioweapon” or these other platforms will lose funding.
This is about controlling all biological life forms on the earth.
Seedless fruits are infertile and not capable of reproducing.
What makes anyone think they don’t have the same plan for humanity as we are becoming more and more infertile?
Check out the ingredients in lab grown meat!
Lab Grown Meat Could Cause Cancer And Is Actually Worse For The Environment Than Beef
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A Step Too Far: U.S. Approves Sale of Lab-Grown Chicken Meat in Unsettling Precedent
In an unprecedented move that could fundamentally reshape the very concept of the food industry, U.S. regulators have approved the sale of “lab-grown” chicken meat.
On Wednesday, the Agriculture Department gave the go-ahead to two California-based companies, Upside Foods and Good Meat, to bring their cell-cultivated meat to the nation’s restaurant tables and, eventually, supermarket shelves.
The companies have been racing to be the first in the U.S. to sell meat that doesn’t come from slaughtered animals. They’ve branded this controversial new product as “cell-cultivated” or “cultured” meat.
“This announcement that we’re now able to produce and sell cultivated meat in the United States is a major moment for our company, the industry and the food system,” said Josh Tetrick, CEO of Eat Just, which operates Good Meat.
While the companies and regulators claim the development is a step toward eliminating harm to animals and reducing environmental impacts, critics remain unconvinced.
“Instead of all of that land and all of that water that’s used to feed all of these animals that are slaughtered, we can do it in a different way,” Tetrick added.
These optimistic claims seem to overshadow the stark realities of this process. Cultivated meat is developed by growing animal stem cells in a nourishing medium and a bioreactor. The end product mimics the appearance and taste of traditional meat.
According to PBS, for Upside, the end product comes out in large sheets shaped into items like chicken cutlets and sausages. Good Meat, which already sells cultivated meat in Singapore, transforms chicken cells into a variety of forms, such as cutlets, nuggets, and shredded meat.
However, the public should exercise caution before embracing this so-called “innovation.”
Not only does this advancement raise ethical and potential health concerns, but it also brings into question the sustainability of this method. The rush to bring lab-grown meat to market may be premature without a comprehensive understanding of its long-term environmental impact, economic feasibility, and potential health risks.
As it stands, the Agriculture Department’s approval feels more like a worrying leap into the unknown, rather than a confident step forward for sustainability and animal welfare. It remains to be seen whether consumers will readily accept meat that swaps the farmyard for the laboratory.
(Sorry, this is woke news, but some facts within. They list a couple restaurants that will be serving this… so they can be avoided)