Researcher proposes cannibalism to tackle climate change food shortage

Researcher proposes cannibalism to tackle climate change food shortage

A behavior researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden, has raised eyebrows after suggesting the consumption of human flesh as a step to counter climate change triggered food shortages. Speaking at a summit for food of the future, Magnus Soderlund asserted that we ’awaken the idea’ of eating human flesh. Soderlund was mocked on social media with one user suggesting ’We eat him first’.

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Tim vB
Tim vB 5 months

might want to keep him under surveillance. just a thought

Bashful Rambler
Bashful Rambler 5 months

Climate change has already been solved in a much less idiotic way. But no one wants to implement it. Almost like they benefit from the crisis it creates. Check this out if you want to know what I’m talking about. https://youtu.be/vpTHi7O66pI (22 minute ted talk) https://youtu.be/q7pI7IYaJLI (47 minute documentary) Or look up Allan Savory

Philip K. Eyrich
Philip K. Eyrich 5 months

It's immoral. Even beside that, humans are not bred and raised as livestock so the quality of meat and 'sweet meats' would be inferior in most circumstances. Who wants to eat an animal which died with cancer, heart disease, high cholesterol, dementia, diabetes, tuberculosis, diarrhea, influenza, asthma, pneumonia, smallpox, hepatitis, HIV, gonorrhea, meningitis, scabies, or arthritis, just to name a few. Who wants to eat animals killed in vehicle accidents, war, mass shootings, gang fights, etc? What about knowing what drugs and other substances animals had in their systems over time and at the point of death? Humans would make a very poor quality food source. Think also of how many have a high fat to muscle ratio... even supposed skinny people are likely to have a high ratio if they are not involved with the equivalent of good quality weight training.

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