Why do we keep eating?

Why do we eat? The simple answer would be that if we did not eat, we would die. But that is not entirely true. Science can provide us with a pill we can take that would provide exactly the nutrition we need — no more, no less — to keep our bodies healthy. Yet, we resist the notion that a pill, taken three time a day, would replace daily meals.

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I'm a dog who writes a blog. It is not a pet blog. It is a real blog that talks about real ideas. No, really. I do my own writing, but I have a really, really cool editor who overlooks the fact that I can't really hit the space-bar key cause I don't have thumbs. I talk about everything from politics to social issues to just rambling about local problems. And, sometimes I just talk about nothing in particular. Google+
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3 Responses to Why do we keep eating?

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  2. Jeff says:

    Wilderness living is an experience of the senses too – many people find that camping once or twice a year satisfies the desire to feel, see, hear, smell, touch the wild.

    Then, three days later, we cheerfully return to our technology-equipped homes (…and read the news online).

  3. Rufus says:

    @Jeff Ah, but in the wilderness, we can’t wipe our butts with crumpled up Kindles 🙂