HomePolitical NewsScientist Suggests Cannibalism to Fight Climate Change: 'Food of the Future' Keely Sharp November 30, 2019 When I hear the word "cannibalism," I generally think of savages on an island or people stranded in a winter wasteland, eating whatever they can to survive. Never would I imagine it being a means of combatting climate change. However, if you ask Swedish behavioral scientist Magnus Soderland, people are the "food of the future," and a prime way to stop climate change. This is interesting considering climate change is natural and not a crisis. Not to mention, eating people is just disgusting. First the left pushes abortion to "fight climate change" and now they're pushing cannibalism. Talk about sick in the head. Oh God.... Help us. Democrats calling for Worldwide Abortions to combat Climate Control & Now it's Cannibalism. These Globalists are willing to do ANY EVIL to get Control, Power & 💰 money. Disgusting — Kevin (@Moonlight_the) September 6, 2019 Conservative Fighters reports: Söderlund is set to hold seminars at the event, entitled “Gastro Summit — about the future of food” where he intends to discuss the possibility of eating people in the name of cutting down greenhouse emissions. He claims that "conservative attitudes" are to blame for the taboo surrounding eating human meat, making it harder for people to consider the act. However, he added, he believes it is an important option of sustainability. Disgusted yet? Just wait, there's more! Another scientist, Richard Dawkins has come forward and also advocated that people “overcome our taboo against cannibalism”. His solution is growing human meat in a lab. Tissue culture “clean meat” already in 2018? I’ve long been looking forward to this.https://t.co/p41NR3NEZnWhat if human meat is grown? Could we overcome our taboo against cannibalism? An interesting test case for consequentialist morality versus “yuck reaction” absolutism. — Richard Dawkins (@RichardDawkins) March 3, 2018 Psychologists Jared Piazza and Neil McLatchie of Lancaster University also questioned the taboo on cannibalism in an article for Newsweek last month but ultimately did not endorse breaking it. Cannibalism is not the only “alternative meat” advocated by climate change activists. Many have embraced plant-based meat imitations, while others have put their support behind “meat” made of insects as a way to cut down on greenhouse emissions and save on land and water use. Three African Men Arrested for Cannibalism in Paris Suburb https://t.co/XIW9WnPVUx — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) February 21, 2018 Sorry, not sorry. I will never be on board with cannibalism. It's a barbaric act. Not to mention, they are suggesting the act as a way to fight an imaginary crisis.