Re: Moral progatives and logical fallices.
Whoa, get your laptop confenscated for a week and look at what you miss.
On the subject of animal testing, I think that while animal testing is sad, I think that until we come up with a viable alternitive, it's the only thing we can do, other than offer money to people to act as human guinea pigs. There is talk of using clones, or cloned organs for testing, but that opens up another can of worms...clones, the final frontier. And when it comes down to it, humans are more improtant then animals. Animals, while not being expendible, are of lesser value than human beings. And man will never "break the food chain." 1. We are too smart and love living to much to ever do anything that would perminatly kill us. 2. If evolution is true, then some animal will fill in the gap left by another. "Life will find a way", to quote Jurassic Park. And if evolution is bunk, well, then it's not in our control, is it? 3. "Man shall not live on bread alone" dosn't mean we can't be veggitarians. Yeah, we don't need animals, just give me some more tofu. Now, I hope that I never have to give up my burger eating ways, but I, and the rest of mankind, can live with out In-and Out. At least I hope we can.
Now just to clarify, mankind, as it is in charge of animals, should look out for them, in such ways as ending whaling, animal abuse, and many other things. It's just that man comes first.
There, I think that covers everything. Well, how about it? Clones and testing? What is your opinion?