Monday, January 27, 2003

One of the issues I like to know different standpoints about is where we have got our human rights . As humans, we have entitled ourselves the right to stop the lives of plants and animals for our own benefit or destoy them when they mess with ours , and we know this as our inalienable right. Even the Green Party's final beneficiary is human. Can any man-made philosophy give an answer to this? Is it the pain that a highly evolved animal goes through what makes such an experiment immoral in the eye of some , or life itself is the essence , and if it's life that matters , then what's the difference between a frog in biology lab and the mouse that suffers pain, but if it's only our interest as humans that matters, then where have we got this right.(written by Farid)

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