Inuits are a large population. Their Traditional dietary habits have been described as "Gorging" on meat and fat. It's called "the Eskimo Paradox"
Google around, you will find more about it I am sure
Actually, it is pretty relevant. There is no need to "Google around" because unlike you, I have actually read the study that you cite.
The study was a study of two men, not Inuits as a whole. The two men in this study ate an average of 1 lb 12 ounces of food per day with calorie intake ranging from 2000-3100 calories per day. The average meal was about 1/2 lb of meat. I do not know how you get from that diet to saying that four times that content will result in no weight gain. How do you reach that conclusion?
Here are some key sentences of the study you cite yet have never read:
"K. A. lost 2.4 kilos during the 3 weeks following the meat diet as the diets high in fat caused a loss of appetite resulting in diminished intake."
"The other losses of weight were definitely associated with diminished food intake."
Note that the study attributes the modest weight loss to diminished intake. I am sure you have a response involving magic, so let's hear what you've got from Hogwort's.
Let's just remind people of your qualifications. You are the only one here that seems to hold himself out as have expert status. You hold yourself out as if you are a Scientist. You have no such training, you are not a professional Scientist and when questioned specifically in the past about your claims to superior knowledge it turned out that you were relying on courses you took in High School.
I make no such claims. When I refer in this thread to something I have read all I am saying is that the arguments are logical and the evidence is compelling. I am doing no independent research. I have no laboratory. I am not dishonestly implying that I have credentials I dont have. You however often imply that you have special knowledge and expert status.
Now, back to the subject. The principle that applies in my view is what you eat not how much. It is the action of insulin that causes your body to store fat. Not all calories are the same. Large amounts of calories from meat and fat do not have the same effect as consuming large amount of carbohydrates. (See Gary Taubes articles)
I can think of three scenarios to place your hypothetical meat gorging.
1. The meat is eaten along with Carbs. Lots of meat and lots of carbs concurrently. Then there would be insulin in high amounts around that could store the calories that have been eaten. = Not good.
2. If you have a steady high carbohydrate diet you would have what Atkins and others call a "Sugar burning Metabolism". Once again, there would be high amounts of insulin available to store fat on the day you decided to gorge on meat. = Not good, don't do it
3. If you have been strictly avoiding Carbohydrates in your diet and have converted your metabolism to what Atkins calls "Fat burning" in other words if your system displays Ketosis, you can sit down and gorge yourself on lots and lots of meat without harm to yourself. = No harm, no foul.
This is exactly how Eskimo's have been observed to eat. Long periods of no carbs at all in their diet ( zero) along with occasional gorging.
That is my best answer. I am not a Scientist but then again I am not pretending to be one.