History & the Neomnivore
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CitationGasteratos, Kristopher and Colton Biehl. 2018. History & the Neomnivore.
AbstractThe areas of concern within animal agriculture have become increasingly worse in the last few decades as the production capacity of animal products has increased rapidly. At the same time, the prospect of making animal products without animals, called Cellular Agriculture, has revealed itself scientifically, and is showing promise towards curbing the associated problems with animal agriculture -- ranging from public health and food scarcity, to animal welfare and ecological degradation. This modernization of agriculture calls to thought the innovators and trailblazing communities throughout history; for they too were once before the beginning path of their revolution. And so History & Neo works to address the question: How would the most influential people & civilizations throughout history have supported cellular agriculture?
History & the Neomnivore is a supplementary piece to the Neomnivore Trilogy.
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