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The meat we eat affects us all

The meat we eat affects us all

Update: 2020-10-029
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In this special episode of the Future Perfect podcast, neuroscientist Lori Marino helps us understand how arbitrarily we draw the lines between animals as pets and animals as food, and how we might redraw those lines.

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Sigal Samuel (@SigalSamuel), staff writer, Vox 


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Jeff B

there are not nerves in the beak.

Oct 3rd
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