Second Thoughts On Supermeat

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I've discussed my thoughts on Supermeat before but I thought I'd answer some criticisms of my opinions on the Supermeat campaign and the future of cultured lab grown meat.

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Second Thoughts On Supermeat

I've discussed my thoughts on Supermeat before but I thought I'd answer some criticisms of my opinions on the Supermeat campaign and the future of cultured lab grown meat.

Intro: Maldito by Blood for Blood
Outro: Beef by KRS-One
Henya Mania's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbn0dOPoiRE
Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vegan-Gains-750568258359704/

Marxist Arrow by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/

50 thoughts on “Second Thoughts On Supermeat

  1. I just discovered Earth Balance butter. Totally vegan and tastes amazing.
    I’m not 100% vegan but I’m trying eventually live that lifestyle.

    1. I’m pretty sure Earth Balance has palm oil in it, I had it once. Palm oil
      is plant based obviously, but it is apparent that orangutang habitats are
      destroyed to obtain it. I wouldn’t consider it 100% vegan if it does
      contain palm oil, I tried it once but not in a long while, my apologies if
      it doesn’t contain.

    2. +Worldwide Darts Same here. I’m nearly 47, and I’ve been transitioning
      since 1997 when I gave up red meat. I gave up milk, eggs, and poultry last
      year. Currently, I’m still allowing fish no more than 3x a week, and I’ve
      been reducing that. There is a lot to learn, and a lot of adjustments to be
      made, but I think it’s worth it.

    1. Some more than others. It’s all in the spices. The spices make things taste
      good. Dead animal flesh on its own doesn’t, so u have nothing to lose.

  2. Supporting supermeat doesn’t mean you also can’t support plant-based meats;
    Vegans support plant-based companies by purchasing their products, and the
    existence of supermeat won’t change that.

    It’s not a case of choosing one or the other; you can support supermeat in
    its attempt to end the commercial slaughter of chickens AND consume and
    promote plant-based meats. Those avenues of reducing animal suffering are
    not mutually exclusive.

    1. I agree to an extent, but I think there’s a bit of cognitive dissonance
      when you take into consideration that the lab grown meat is no healthier
      than regular meat, which is to say it’s terrible for you. Therefore, if you
      consider humans to be animals, it’s rather contradictory to be in favor of
      the reduction of human suffering while pushing for the consumption of meat,
      regardless of the source.

  3. At first I thought it sounded like a good idea, but since looking into it
    further I think we are better off supporting companies who are making
    realistic plant based meats (i.e. impossible foods).

  4. Totally agree with you on this one. Supermeat is certainly not the solution
    that is going to end animal agriculture… even if they were able to
    produce EVERY type of meat under the sun from alligator to zebra, there is
    a large portion of the meat eating population that simply has an aversion
    to lab-grown meat, and will never try it regardless of how great it is
    (fucking appeal to nature fallacy bullshit). I don’t know anyone that isn’t
    willing to try a veggie burger or some other kind of plant-based meat
    alternative, but I do know a lot of people who swear they would NEVER try
    lab-grown meat.

    Basically, the market for this product is going to be extremely small.
    Vegans aren’t going to eat it, nor will the majority of meat-eaters…

  5. As an IBM student, Richard won this hands down. This makes no sense as a
    plan. Vegan who dropped out, please go to school, some of yall need it.

  6. I honestly don’t think super meat is going to help much because most meat
    eaters don’t want to eat weird science experiment grown food. They will
    just want more real meat.

  7. Supermeat is a horrible project and vegans all over the world are falling
    for their marketing campaign and lies. In vitro meat is a non-vegan product
    that still promotes animal use such as animal testing, animal exploitation
    and animal slavery, which is all required in order for this product to be
    produced. It does not promote compassion or peaceful coexistence with
    animals but reinforces the idea that it is absolutely okay to use animals
    as resources. Supermeat is a money-hungry and greedy startup which is very
    aware of the compassion ethical vegans have for animals and thus, center
    their marketing around ethics and the vegan community (despite trying to
    produce a non-vegan product). Supermeat’s intention is money, not
    compassion. They also claim that their product will end world hunger.
    Haven’t we heard this before? Companies promising that their products will
    save the world? Monsanto? Humane meat? The meat industry is facing its own
    slow death, so a possible fusion between in vitro meat companies and actual
    animal agriculture industries is a possible future scenario, something
    Supermeat is most likely aware of as well. Supermeat also uses scare
    tactics to discourage vegans from spreading their message, claiming that
    the world will never go vegan. So yeah, sit back, relax, stop your
    activism, give us your money and we’ll do the job. Right? Ridiculous. This
    entire startup is incredibly horrible and dangerous. In vitro meat is a
    scam that needs to be debunked and rejected – at least by ethical vegans
    and health-concerned people

  8. just like the same tactics vegans will use on meat eaters to try to guilt
    them into not eating meat. one of the biggest vegan fallacies is if you eat
    me you don’t love animals.

    1. How can someone say I don’t love freedom because I’m pro slavery? I’m ok
      with me having freedom, just not the inferior races of the world.

  9. You addressed the debate with logic rather than endless fallacies. My
    biggest problem with Supermeat isn’t if it will be successful or not, it is
    that it is not good for human consumption. I refuse to support a cancer
    causing product and that’s why I side with you Richard.

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