Yes, you’re right, in the more technical and subjective way. I think you’re not thinking this throughly. Yes, Soylent can ideologically SOLVE the waste food issue in ALL the world, not just the US. Ideologically and theoretically. But let’s be more reallistic becouse the world is not just fairytales and ponys and wizards. For people to actually replace at least 50% ot their food (AT LEAST that’s the minimum for solving the waste) it’s going to take decades, probably generations, it’s going to take golbal crisis and at least a 100 years to people even replace 50% of their food all over the world. When people in the US start dying from hunger the way they do in other countries, that’s when they MAY embrace products like Soylent. And I don’t even think is going to be Soylent who’s going to give us that. It’s going to be probably a bigger companie, with more efective technology for develope. I mean, to actually be able to see things as you see it, you need to go generations ahead. That’s not my opinion, that’s statistics man. Soylent woudl have to deliver the most massive and agressive marketing campaing to actually be able to reduce that time at least for the next 10 or 20 years, but that’s not gonna happen unless they charge a lot of money for their product, wich eliminate completly the ultimate purpose of the product. And again, you’re not even giving me an argument. You’re saying that Soylent will reduce food waste becouse is an “exact” meal. Not too much, not too less? Your kinda forgetting a little variable on your ecuation man. People. For your argument to be actually viable people would have to consume Soylent as a replacement for at least 50% of their food and we’re back at the beginning. An please, PLEASE forgive me for my way of saying things. I BARELY can speak english and I’m doing a really big effort here to discuss this and deliver the most coherent argument I can write. I think people need to discuss EVERYTHING so ANYTHING can happen. I belive that if humans don’t discuss things they can’t go anywhere forward. I like good and logical arguments with a FULL picture of the issue and I try to find the best approach for every problem. I can respect that someone simply doesn’t think the way I do, but in that case, is just a waste of time talking as they’re not gonna change their minds nor give me a logical argument. If you have a more logical and complete and realistic argument, I please invite anybody to say it. I don’t mean any offense, just learning. If you simply don’t think the way I do and don’t want to discuss this, then forgive me for my stubborness.
@talvik That’s pretty amazing and funny. But as Dunmatt said, you guys need to prioritaze things a LITTLE more differemt, but not in the way you think. That’s actually the problem. What you “think” is pretty different from the reallity and the only reason you can’t think beyond is becouse you’re programmed for thinking straight as a homophobic. In fact, in terms of economy, capitalism is the homophobic dude in the group.