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But here's another idea. What's so good about saving human lives? People are supposed to die. We're all GOING to die. Cancer is incurable simply because it is the natural breakdown of your cells. Your cells split millions of times in your life, eventually they do it wrong, and THAT cell reproduces and that's cancer. That's it. It's you're natural bodily processes. We're overpopulated because of modern medicine. Look at someone who is 90. You want to live like that? That's what we're killing all these animals for? So we can all be 90 and falling apart at the seams? You are supposed to die. You are going to die. Science can never change that.
Something else I don't understand about animal testing is the big logical leap to assume, "This animal is sort of like a human in this regard, lets study it and then apply our findings to a completely humans, a different species. In fact, let's apply these animal findings on a species that acts like no other animal on the planet, humans." To science, that's logical. That makes sense. But to me, that's a huge leap that really makes little sense.