When Humans Had No Brain

I want to post a comment on youtube to reply to what a weird guy said about this video:

But there's a bug that stops me from posting it, like it often happens on youtube. So I'll post it here until it works someday :

In this post, I'll developp my thesis that demonstrates that Man was eating meat because he had no significant brain at the time, and that moving towards a vegan diet is just part of the natural evolution of human intelligentsia.

Fossilized human excrements were found in different continents and belonging to different prehistoric ages. By analizing the DNA, scientists made a shocking discovery, even for them. Analysis showed very little animal proteins, but almost only DNA of the plant kingdom : proteins of crushed seeds and nuts, grains, etc.

So, contrary to most people think, humans haven't always eat meat, even in prehistoric ages. There's always been some vegan nations, before, now, and probably more in the future -- I hope...

All animal proteins are foods of second category, they offer less quality nutritional properties. Men have always been eating foods from the nature, like the simple gesture to pick a fruit. That being said, there were times and occasions where men had no other choice to eat meat, so they were forced, that is why meat is called a survival food, and because it doesn't provide health benefits other than just to survive. This happened during the Ice Age, or even right now in Alaska, Groenland, Yukon, et cetera.

It is true that Mas was killing animals and eating their dead flesh when his brain wasn't developped enough.
Once human brain evolved to a superior level, he invented a complex system of agriculture. We learned what is the optimal nutrition for humans. We stopped moving to find food, we became sedentary and started to invent and build things, the first societies were born.

Today, we're completely disconnected to reality and to our real needs. We're connected to what the medias say. They're braindead, and sometimes for a brief moment they awake when they're  immersed in nature or if they witness acts of cruelty to an animal. If they're lucky, they might learn something from it, but unfortunately most of them, most of the times, it will be placed into a dark place of their brain and they will fall again into simple routine of accepting and ignoring all stupidities and murders surrounding them.

Would it be exagerated to say that people who eat meat nowadays don't have a brain ? It is permitted to think whatever we judge reasonnable, but I would rather say that when a meateater decides to make the transition to a plant-based diet, it is a great step for this person, her soul, karma, and there's certainly no con in the whole Universe resulting this choice. It necessitates to be conscious and aware of more things and it shows this person learned how to utilize more potential of her brain.
It is not a choice anymore, so much the actual situation is critic. It is our duty as Earthlings (those who innhabits planet Earth). We'll soon be 9 billion of people on Earth, and it is simply impossible to continue on using energies the way we do and with that kind of nutrition based on animal exploitation. Lack of space, explosion of pollution, et cetera.
Vegetarianism don't solve any problems, it is purely a choice for dietary tastes ("I don't like the taste of meat") or for health (no meat). The dairy cows, their babies, the laying hens, sheep for their wool, they're all being killed even if everybody was vegetarian.
Veganism solve ALL problems related to human nutrition and animals rights, no matter what frustrated meateaters can say.

When I hear omnivores today saying : "we should eat meat, even cavemen were eating meat". Well, if they are the model you chose to base your life on, fine. Therefore you should also go hunt by yourself, with rudimentary tools.
For my part, I prefer to chose as role models modern geniuses like Einstein or other great minds such as Pythagoras, Darwin... who were all vegetarians or vegans.

It is obvious that a vegan diet is the future.

"Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet."

He considered the bodies of meat-eaters to be "burial places," graveyards for the animals they eat. His notebooks are full of passages that show his compassion for living creatures. He lamented, "Endless numbers of these animals shall have their little children taken from them, ripped open, and barbarously slaughtered."

"I have learned from an early age to abjure the use of meat, and the time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look upon the murder of men."

"As long as Man continues to be the ruthless destroyer of lower living beings he will never know health or peace. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other. Indeed, he who sows the seed of murder and pain cannot reap joy and love."