Shamburger Test Run Set For Next Week
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  • Andrew Allison

    I can’t wait for the opportunity to buy a $325,000 hamburger! Prof. Mead, did it not occur to you to apply the impeccable logic which you do to alternative energy to alternative meat.

    • Bruce

      But Andrew – what a glorious world it will be without animal generated methane, CO2 and nitrous oxide.

  • Ooga Booga

    Good news

  • Corlyss

    I think there must be a Brussels law that requires every scientific story to have at least one mention of AGW in it. I noticed this with my 5 years subscribing to the British mag. New Scientist. It got to the point that every stinkin’ story they carried had to have some mention of green house gases and the relationship of the subject study, whatever it was on, to their ceaseless struggle to propagandize global warming. Even articles about ancient eras, like the Paleozoic, seemed to carry an “oh, by the way, there was evidence of global warming . . . ” or “this is good news because it will affect our carbon foot-prints.” I eventually canceled my subscription just as the climategate story was breaking because they were just too heavy-handed and obvious with their flacking the cause.

  • cubanbob

    A soy burger looks more appetizing. Cheaper too. Until the day a Star Trek replicator is invented this doesn’t look like a good idea.

  • EliseRonan

    Great until after twenty years they tie this monstrosity to increases in cancer, infertility and other horrible disease

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