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No, simply because it is an absurd idea.
What makes it absurd


Do you really need it explaining to you?
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No, simply because it is an absurd idea.
What makes it absurd


Do you really need it explaining to you?
Yes,
No. Like with animals, they get needlessly hunted for sports. It would be like that for us too. They get a taste of a cloned human flesh, they then wonder what real human flesh would taste like. I wouldn't put much faith in our sense of moral after tasting those. : /
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But if you could grow meat of any animal, why even bother making human meat?
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No, simply because it is an absurd idea.
What makes it absurd


Do you really need it explaining to you?
Yes,


How unfortunate.
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I'd totally try it.
Assuming you could get around the whole going crazy thing.
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Isn't there something in the human body or human meat that would cause negative effects if consumed often enough?
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Sure. I mean, I assume it would be something along the lines of an organ-donor thing, right?

Organ donors basically say that they will allow their organs to be used for medical purposes of any kind -- and this includes their flesh.

I don't think it's currently socially acceptable, but it will be at some point, when we run out of almost every resource we need to survive.
this means people who are allergic to most if not all non-human meats might want to try meat, and so they engineer human meat in a lab to feed the person, is the only chance that is similar to that imo.
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I'd totally try it.
Assuming you could get around the whole going crazy thing.
You mean mad cow disease for humans? Because besides that I dont think people would go crazy lol. Or people would go loopy after they tried one of those live fish sushi resturantes.
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But if you could grow meat of any animal, why even bother making human meat?
to see how it tastes or understand how it develops or some other such form of research.
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I'd totally try it.
Assuming you could get around the whole going crazy thing.
You mean mad cow disease for humans? Because besides that I dont think people would go crazy lol. Or people would go loopy after they tried one of those live fish sushi resturantes.


Yes actually. I'm like 99% sure thats a thing.
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But if you could grow meat of any animal, why even bother making human meat?
to see how it tastes or understand how it develops or some other such form of research.


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ummmmmm no? D:
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Isn't there something in the human body or human meat that would cause negative effects if consumed often enough?


-Kali-La-Fae-
Yes actually. I'm like 99% sure thats a thing.


Lord Akhenaton
Well cannibalism wasn't uncommon in low-protein areas of the world. You had a member of your tribe. He/she died. Why not eat the corpse? It was more of a resource management issue than a moral one.


And then it becomes a public health issue, when you account for kuru in Papa New Guinea.
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The things is that I'm not going to touch the cannibalism thing with a ten-foot-pole, though I'll share the fact I think it's fine because in general we have over-population of the world, and so it would probably help with that. Anyways, that's my view on real cannibalism. What you're talking about can't even be considered cannibalism, because that thing was never actually living. So there wasn't much point in that discussion, in my opinion. So to speak, it's kewl in my book.

Living on a self-sustainable farm for a few years we raised a couple pigs. Guess what, we never once bought feed for our pigs.

We pulled weeds from our gardens and fed our pigs brush we had cut down and such things. It worked very efficiently. We also fed this to our chickens as well. The weeds and clippings contained a lot of bugs to give them added proteins too.

When we didn't feed them this, I worked at Sonic, and I brought back rotten food from there to feed to them. We also gave some of the rotten food to other people to feed to their pigs after word caught on. I also did this when I worked at a grocery store called Shetler's. I'm sure if you knew someone working locally in a smaller community at one of these places you could obtain food for your pigs like this.

I just wanted to show that meat is not wasteful, the way we produce meat is wasteful. =]

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