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Shally

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  1. I don't get why it's doing this, maybe I read wrong but it's sooooooooo much further ahead in chess than everything else so why would it bother to learn human creativity? Is it a side project for the dev team?
  2. No, I wouldn't. Same goes with the iMac.
  3. I'm saying if those parts were easy to replace people wouldn't be terrified doing the job themselves.
  4. no because that would be illegal. But I shouldn't have to risk thousands to clean out dust because Apple didnt put any filters in.
  5. But Apple are boycotting them. eg. The battery scandal with Rossman. So: 1)Apple makes a design flaw that causes people to dissemble products 2)Apple makes it then harder for them to fix issues caused by this design flaw 3)If something goes wrong, you either pay thousands to Apple to fix it or go to a third party 4)But Apple boycott those third parties so they can't even help you
  6. Apple prevents that! Did you watch ANY of the videos about Linus breaking the iMac? They had to go through loops to get one of the main components because Apple won't sell them.
  7. What makes it an issue is how hard it is to do this. And that's on purpose. They want you to pay them for their design flaw.
  8. The iMac is and incredibly hard device to open and dissemble. ONE accidental slip, that can happen to ANYONE(looking at you LTT team), can cost you thousands. Tell me one other product that that can happen to.
  9. What I'm saying is Apple purposely made it proprietary when nobody else does.
  10. This is like this, except the manufacturer also made the tyres much less resistant to wear and tear and therefore has to be done much more regular at absurd prices.
  11. Cleaning out a computer case requires two Phillips head screws, and at best thumb screws. I don't have to take my case to corsair or HP to have them clean it for me because I can't get the tools required.
  12. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    It soon will be cheaper. Without a doubt. That's why people will buy it.
  13. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    Also cows for milk don't require near as much feed as cows for meat are.
  14. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    Excess is the amount of cows we need that will make up the byproducts, which is FAR less than the amount we need for food and byproducts
  15. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    Well were 100% sure the method we have to day is NOT beneficial.
  16. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    Turn the excess into meat. And the energy to make lab meat is FAR less than normal meat
  17. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    That's good, I don't mind that at all. But those farms make up a tiny % of the meat being farmed.
  18. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    I like this take on things. Were farming cows before their even conceived that's how smart humans have gotten.
  19. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    I'm shocked at how many people of this sub aren't willing to even consider changing their ways even when told about how beneficial this stuff is. It will literally save so many lives in the long run but "hur dur I want natural meat with my natural medication and my natural lifestyle, who cares if it's killing both humans and animals"
  20. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    I'm guessing you've never tried lab meat and you're already saying no to it. What's your reasons?
  21. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    It is also a major factor in global warming. This is a good thing.
  22. Shally

    Lab Grown Meat gets closer to see consumer plates

    Then go out and hunt animals because there is no naturally raised meat on the market.
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