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Virginia Woolf once said One cannot think well love well sleep well if one has not dined well This is one of the many arguments behind legalizing cannibalism If the act of eating other human beings was legalized and regulated it will solve all the problems of modern society Cannibalism has been around since the Neolithic times It is not currently practiced but I think a revival of this age-old practice would benefit everyone Cannibalism can solve world hunger It can improve our criminal justice system Cannibalism will also put an end to over population and spice up some of the current cooking shows The legalization of cannibalism is what our modern world needs to turn itself around The common idea behind using cannibalism to end world hunger is that we can kill half the people in the world and feed them to the other half I disagree with that Humans can live without their pinkey fingers appendixes and tonsils This amounts to more than four hundred grams of useable meat per person If the entire world donated those body parts we would have 2 400 000 000 000 grams of meat or 2 400 000 metric tons or 3 779 250 cows worth of meat These figures do not include the number of people who die and who would be edible This combined with the other foods currently available would help feed all the hungry people of the world By legalizing and encouraging organized cannibalism we can help hungry and malnourished people everywhere If cannibalism is legalized the world will be much better behaved I do not think that the majority of criminals would commit crimes if they knew that their appendages would end up in the supermarket if they were caught This would also apply to schools Detentions do not work but I think that if you break a rule you will have to give a limb to be eaten If you are
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