Researchers design composite resin for blades that can be broken down to make new products including sweets

That’s a brand new sentence, also really cool that it can be done. Whether it will be viable outside a lab remains to be seen.

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So in other words, it cant be done. At least not yet and most likely never.

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And meat eaters are like: “Yikes! That’s disgusting!”

For me, meat definitely sounds healthier than this.

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Oh no, bones! How scary!!!

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What a predictable reaction. yaaawn

Would be really refreshing if people like this would be rational and be like “Yes! This is an efficient solution to a huge problem and I will put some energy and time in it, because I see even more connections than this, which could even solve more problems”

This will never happen, because… Humans…

I agree that meat production in our society is handled very badly, and could be improved in many ways. But if you expect to shock me with that image, well it didnt work.

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But why does slaughter waste sounds healthier for you than cooked wind turbine blades?

Those blades definitely have fibers and you need fibers :P

Well people have been eating meat for a long time. Cant say the same about wind turbine blades.

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Only because people are doing something for a long time or tradition, doesn’t mean it is good.

  • 150 years ago we burned women, which were called “witches”
  • 150 years ago we still had slaves and we bought them like vacuum cleaners. If they break, you throw them away.
  • 80 years ago gay people were treated like sick people and were even tortured.

And we stopped with all of it.

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