posted on May, 29 2004 @ 01:50 PM
man, baked... you said a mouthfull.
And I have to fully agree with you. All of you. I'm kind of a tree hugger, in my own little way (I ain't no Hippy though!), but I don't support
PETA... those are some seriously screwed up people! Their whole ideal is wrong, but that's another thread...
Anyways, we've been having alot of birds in the streets lately, which makes me so nervous... it's like trying to drive through a neighborhood where
all the kids are allowed to play in the street. I don't want to hit a bird! My friend just hit one the other day and was so sad about it, lol.
I don't think there is any need for expirimentation on anything living... you can test stuff on voluntary humans, but that's it... and keep it
external! For crying out loud, most of these tests are just making sure that they were right in assuming that this is lethal, etc. Then they put this
in to make it NON-Lethal, and try it again... well, we KNEW that wasn't going to work, and now we have comfirmation. BS... I've heard other
scientists and biologists and labworkers complain about stuff like that. Basically there is, in at least 90% of the cases, no need for the testing...
they already know it's gonna kill, but they do it anyways just for 'comfirmation'. I'd like to confirm my suspicions that my fist could easily
break their face sometimes.
Pull a "Flatliners" on these people... show them death for themselves. Put them in a theater, "A Clockwork Orange'" style and make them watch the
things they have done, no matter how indirectly they were involved. These people are killing in the 'name of science'... obviously they have never
understood philosophy, or even the Law of Souls (moral law... and not the biblical BS... that's half human law, half moral law, mixed together and
attached to "god's" word). Alot of these 'scientists' are really mislead during their 'training'. In school, they make you diisect pig fetuses
and such... That's not so bad... it's one of the best ways to understand biological life. When they scramble the brain so it's still alive, then
it's wrong. And I don't see any problem with the whole idea of using medical cadavers. In fact, I will probably get my corpse sent to a college just
for that. I'll be done with my body, and if someone can continue to learn from me after I'm dead then I think it's awesome!
There are alot of programs for human voluntary testing. Unfortunatly most of the preliminary testing had already been done on animals... but I guess
it's a step in the right direction.