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originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
a reply to: luthier
the question was is eating Is Eating Synthetic Human Flesh Cannibalism?
not, Is Eating Synthetic Human Flesh philosophically or morally wrong?
Cannibalism in this sense of the word means are you a cannibal.
a person who eats the flesh of other human beings:
synonyms: man-eater · people-eater · anthropophagite · anthropophagist
an animal that feeds on flesh of its own species.
in order to practice Cannibalism one can only eat the flesh of ones own species, not eat the flesh of one that looks like a human or your intent,not any other species no matter what they look like. if one has sex with a puppy it's not called pedophilia it called bestiality, if one has sex with a machine, it's called ASFR or technosexuality.
now as far as intent, or your desire, as i said that's another question all together. this question is the about the act of eating Synthetic Human Flesh not intent or your desire/thoughts while doing it.
originally posted by: dashen
i like mine with raspberry marmalade and white truffles
is it just me or there more cannibalism articles these days?
originally posted by: TobyFlenderson
a reply to: Ophiuchus 13
Only if you're a synthetic human, no?
On a more serious note, why can't they produce synthetic meat from literally any other creature on earth? The idea of eating any synthetic meat seems immoral to me.
I still wonder why someone would want to do this though. If you can lab culture beef, pork, chicken, fish, etc., why bother with culturing human meat too?
originally posted by: luthier
a reply to: Ghost147
Why would you make synthetic human flesh when other proteins of the same content are just as easy? Why use human dna?