- Nov 26, 2008
We "hope" it was just a hygiene issue. They don't know if it was meat or not.Karadalis said:You must be intentionally ignoring everything else that was said. Cant explain how else you could get it so bloody wrong.Lightknight said:Human meat being in our food is legit news. There are even plays and books written about the concept. This study found 7 brands of hotdogs have human in them and 66% of vegidogs tested also had human in them.koroem said:Click bait. Sigh, don't turn into vg247. There aren't many sites left out there that can actually report news without derpy headlines like this.
That's pretty big considered how common hotdogs are.
No there was no human meat in any of these products. Unless you count stuff like hairs and skin cells as human meat
Chances are some factory grunt didnt really took the hygiene rules that seriously. Wich still is a nono... but it doesnt mean there was human meat in any of these products.
But pigs were a popular way to dispose of wayward souls back in the day. Maybe there are still some mob-owned pork suppliers...
But come on, it's a few days till Halloween. Run with the "it could be human meat" angle a little longer.
If you're diagnosing in a way to distinguish between animals then you aren't going to false positive your way into the wrong species.Dach said:They had "human DNA". Hair, dander, etc could easily be the culprit, as could sample contamination. Even if this is the case, that isn't good since human diseases can be more easily transmitted this way. But that depend quite heavily on how much is present. This doesn't even get into the chance of false positives.Lightknight said:Human meat being in our food is legit news. [...] This study found 7 brands of hotdogs have human in them and 66% of vegidogs tested also had human in them.