‘Frankenstein’ meat grown in petri dish in space for first time


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Lab-grown meat has been created in space in an experiment that's truly out of this world.

Israeli and Russian scientists cultured the tiny piece of beef from stem cells while aboard the International Space Station, 248 miles above the Earth's surface.

Run by Aleph Farms, a food firm that grows cultivated beef steaks, the experiment took place on September 26 within the Russian segment of the space station.



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Eventually, vat grown meat will replace real animals as the most commonly eaten form of meat, but I think we're 20 years off from that.


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Let Frankenstein eat it, I will stick to regular beef.
If God wanted us to grow steaks , he wouldn't have attached the rest of the animal to it.