Climate change is likely to put stress on our agricultural system and cause severe food shortages in the future.
Behavioral scientist Magnus Söderlund recently suggested that because of this, people might one day consider eating human flesh.
In 2018, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins put forth a similar idea.
Last week, behavioral scientist Magnus Söderlund posed a controversial question at a seminar in Sweden: Can you imagine eating human flesh?
As global temperatures continue to rise, Söderlund said in a talk at the Gastro Summit in Stockholm, the consequences for agriculture could cause food to become more scarce, which might force humans to consider alternative forms of nourishment.
Those sources might include insects like grasshoppers or worms, but they could also include corpses,