An Argument against Animal Experimentation


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An Argument against Animal Experimentation
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February 6, 2011
An Argument with Ethical and Scientific Validity
The prevalent form of animal experimentation is cruel and tortuous and must be stopped on both ethical and scientific grounds due to the copious amount of alternatives.
The element of torture has been widely discussed in the U.S. recently in reference to the Guantanamo Bay detainees. Torture is categorically a criminal act as protected by numerous international and national laws. However, the extent of these laws is much more sound when it pertains to human beings. Animal torture is also illegal. However, the definition of animal torture is curiously anemic when it pertains to...
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