Animals are not intentionally killed in space. Something goes wrong during the experiment and the animal dies. Imagine the same situation, an
astronaut is in the capsule and this same unimaginable thing happens. We lose a man in space. And as I said earlier, a human’s life is more valuable
than an animal life.
Animals are intentionally placed into space, which then leads back to the death being intentional.
A humans life is more valuable than an animal? WAIT a second. You stated:
Peacejet: I do agree that humans are animals.
So whats the difference? Why is the human life more VALUABLE if we are all animals? Because of emotions? Nope, because elephants, hippos and dogs all
have emotions they mourn their lost. Is it because of intelligence? Nope because dolphins are highly intelligent.
Animals are animals.
these animals have taught the scientists a tremendous amount more than could have been learned without them. Without animal testing in the early
days of the human space program, the Soviet and American programs could have suffered great losses of human life.
You do realize the above states are complete BS? Because animals are humans and the space program would not have had any changes if a human were in
space, infact humans might have been able to bring the ships home.
Do you ever realize how much it has helped astronauts who are on the ISS and those venturing to moon and mars in the future?
So cutting the monkeys tails off, putting them in straight jackets, mutilating them, injecting them with unnecessary chemicals, probing them, etc. So
all of that is for the future?..lol.. way off....
No. It is a plain simple and easily understandable. Accidental killing of animals during experiments is not at all abuse. And moreover as mentioned in
previous rebuttals, if we don’t consider killing of animals for food as abuse, why should killings during the course of experiments be considered as
How do you not see the abuse? Anyway, the above is abuse according to the guidelines for animal abuse.
1. You wouldn't want to directly test the salmonella bacteria on a human would you?
You bet I would. Thats much better than injecting some monkey. Human and monkey anatomy are different. To tests the effects fully would to be to test
them on the source your testing it for. With a human you know what you can get, if you test it on a monkey it may react differently than what a human
After the US government has been doing it for some time:
1946: Patients in VA hospitals are used as guinea pigs for medical experiments. In order to allay suspicions, the order is given to change the word
"experiments" to "investigations" or "observations" whenever reporting a medical study performed in one of the nation's veteran's
1950: In an experiment to determine how susceptible an American city would be to biological attack, the U.S. Navy sprays a cloud of bacteria from
ships over San Franciso. Monitoring devices are situated throughout the city in order to test the extent of infection. Many residents become ill with
1956: U.S. military releases mosquitoes infected with Yellow Fever over Savannah, Ga and Avon Park, Fl. Following each test, Army agents posing as
public health officials test victims for effects.
So why can we not experiment on humans? After all we are animals and share a common heritage with earth worms.
Holt’s 10th-grade biology textbook “You are an animal, and share a common heritage with earthworms...” (1994, Johnson, p. 453).
So whats so bad about Human experimenting? Nothing, because according to science, we share a common heritage with earthworms and we are animals.
David Suzuki stated in an interview with Jo Merchant “[W]e must acknowledge that we are animals.... We like to think of ourselves as elevated
above other creatures. But the human body evolved” (Marchant, 2008, 200:44).
Animal Abuse is animal abuse people, and these animal naughts have been abused.