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The Survivors of the F-277 Just think for one moment imagine yourself right now warm sheltered from the elements full with food and drinkcontent Just imagine yourself without any luxuries How would you react The article The Survivors of the F-277 was an explicit look on how the human sprit will do just about anything to stay alive Trapped for over seventy days in the frigid mountains of the Andes twenty-seven survivors had to do the unthinkable in order to stay alive eat the dead Torn between a faith and morals the survivors decided that God had left the bodies in order for them to eat and stay alive With the soul already at heaven it would be a sin not to eat the dead Many of the survivors could not get over the fact of eating the dead but with time and no luck of a rescue many turned to cannibalism as will in order to stay alive Three brave souls ventures out or of the white wreckage that laid ruin in the mountains to find help When help came the doctors kept the cannibalism a secret but later the information was leaked out and one question came about and rang through the Chiles headlines What would you have done james pg256 I thought that the article The Survivors of the F-277 was a story of courage These survivors had just about nothing to survive on but each other I could never answer the question what I would do if I was in that situation until I was actually in it It would be hard to look past that there is an actual person and not just a source of meat The human spirit is very strong is there is a will to live The survivors did everything to survive and waited a fair amount of time before making the decision to eat the dead I just hope if I was put
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