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- Posted: Sat, 16 Feb 2013 17:52:38 +0000
I'm a strong advocate of decriminalization for humans re-entering the energy cycle early in special cases, so I disagree with your position.
No, eating human flesh is not acceptable. It is acceptable for dead humans to enter the life cycle of decay, to become worm food, and then that decayed byproduct to contribute to fertilizer and soil, which may then be used for plants, which may bear fruit and flowers that directly or indirectly feed humans, such as fruit itself, or nectar converted to Honey, or Venison from the Deer that eat the leaves of these plants, but human beings should not skip the life cycle and eat themselves, it is bad for the environment and robs other living things from participating in the life cycle itself. Human ashes from cremation can be used in the same way as worm food.
Perhaps people could apply for some sort of human meal license?
it's a political and sanitary issue. Think captain planet. "Billy Bob's burgers claim to be made from 100% pure 100% safe recycled long pig" and then you see the factory and notice they bought cheap Chinese equipment and don't fully process or boil the vats to safe temperatures, the diseases and DNA is still floating around, people eating the burgers start getting sick, and some start getting Kuru (spongiform encephalopathy).
Because companies and big governments will always be cheap and cut corners, you cannot trust human food products.