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PETA’s Test Tube Meat Challenge

Not known for shying away from controversy, PETA’s latest proposal doesn’t even have full support within their organization. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is offering $1 million for the

“first person to come up with a method to produce commercially viable quantities of in vitro meat at competitive prices by 2012.”

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Speaking of challenges, there’s another pretty cool one going on right now that fits right in with the spirit of Earth Day. The X Prize Foundation has added another technological contest to their line-up. This one’s for the first to design an affordable car that gets 100 MPG.

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3 Responses to “PETA’s Test Tube Meat Challenge”

  1. Erin says:

    I’m a little surprised by the results so far. While perhaps not the most appetizing thought to us vegans, wouldn’t this be a boon for the environment and the animals saved? I expected the second answer to come out the clear winner. Interesting.

  2. [...] While there, I noticed the following. This may be even closer to real life, especially considering the development of test tube meat! [...]

  3. [...] been four years since PETA offered $1 million to the first company to create a commercially-viable laboratory-grown meat that didn’t involve the death of a single [...]

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