This idea is actually the culmination of years of detailed genetic research, researchers reading and annotating various animal genomes to try to problem-solve their way back through evolutionary history. This idea, that centipedes and millipedes were the last major evolutionary branding point from insects, has informed the search for a so-called ancestral insect, the first species after the final evolutionary split into what we today think of as insects. It makes sense that at least a few species of insect would make their way back into the water, over the course of evolution. The thick slabs of meat you get off a good-sized lobster are a little hard to conceptualize as insect meat, I’ll grant you, but according to the most modern data it really is accurate to think of lobsters as ocean-bound beetles. When someone says "lobster" some words that might come to mind are delicacy, fancy, luxurious and most dismally, market price.
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The biggest argument in favor of bug-burgers is sustainability; bugs can be grown with an efficiency matched only by certain food crops, like corn, and provide a source of protein with few of the environmental or ethical drawbacks of meat. It’s certainly not sustainable, but new research suggests that there are at least some buggy species we Westerners find delicious, and they come exclusively from the sea. For a long time, it was thought that crustaceans and conventional insects had diverged a long time ago, and that similar body features like antennae were instances of species separately evolving along the same lines. Working off of dogma, paleontologists have been looking for a primitive form that could have led to both mosquitoes and millipedes, when perhaps they should have been looking out for one sharing traits with delicious, buttery crab.

There are all kinds of bugs that live on or in the water, especially for portions of their lives, and with such an abundance of space some individuals were bound to find that they could live and reproduce more efficiently while there.
Does it, conversely, impact your feelings about popping a live lobster or crab into a pot of boiling water? It does go to show the simple fact that insect meat need not necessarily be a total deal-breaker, in qualitative terms; with the right life-cycle, it would be possible to create a credibly food-bearing insect species.
When the railways began to expand across America, transportation managers realized that if no one apart from people who lived on the coast knew what lobster was, trains could serve it to inland passengers as if it were a rare, exotic item.
Lobster itself never changed over time, but rather the perceptions and attitudes of people towards lobster that drove the change in consumer behavior.
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These specific roaches lives on the forest floor of Madagascar and feed on fallen fruit and debris. Even the earliest ones, which lived 325 million years ago, had a very similar body to today's roaches. The mice were caught accidentally because they were eating German cockroaches that had been caught in the sticky trap. This new, updated version of the tree of life tells a different story, and pegs modern insects as closer relatives to sea creatures like lobsters, crabs, and shrimp than centipedes and millipedes.

This is much like the choice by certain land-based mammals to start swimming further and further from shore, eventually becoming modern day whales and dolphins. A creature with the lifecycle of a lobster could never address world hunger or agricultural inefficiency, but it could grease the wheels and be a first attack on people’s intrinsic hatred of eating insects.
Formerly regarded as "the cockroach of the sea" and fed to servants, migrants and even people's cats, lobster was the laughing stock of seafood.
This plan seemed to work as people started demanding lobsters beyond the railways and it didn't hurt that around this same time in the late 1800s, chefs discovered lobsters tasted much better when cooked live. Nowadays, lobster holds a place as one of the most expensive items at a restaurant or reserved for special occasions only.
Regarded as a dish fit only for the poor, even having lobster shells in your house was looked upon as a sign of poverty. That being said, we bet it's only a few more years 'til spam becomes the filet mignon of red meat. Then during World War II, lobsters weren't rationed like other foods, and so people of all classes began to eat it and "discover" its deliciousness.

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