Peter Singer is quasiphilosopher bacause his argumentation doesn't match epistemologic propositions. His postulate is unworth and consclusions are wrong. And ethical consequentionalism is not adequate to be practical guidance, as opposed of deontology.His postulate considering 'unnecesarry suffering' doesn't match the required epistemologic condition, beause it haven't got universally meaninig. Consequently, everything else is wrong in his argumentation. If we ask hundred individuals about meaning of 'unnecesarry suffering' we will get hundred different answers. So, it is pretty unclear concept and it cann't be used as a part of the philosophic postulate. No wonder that his conclusions are wrong and antiscienetific, according to natural sciences.Doctors of medical sciences are laughing at loud when they hear Singer's 'expert' opinion on human nutrition. And they know a lot more about that subject than one shoddy philosopher.