Contribution to Environmental Pollution

We tend to think of ourselves as fairly civilized. After all, we”re the greatest country in the world, right? We”ve got the best economy in the world. Things are looking up, the country”s headed in the right direction, and “political correctness” is in full swing. Why, then, do so many of us turn a blind eye to one of the most savage, inhuman practices known to man, which goes on day in and day out not only in the U.S. but all around the world?.

I speak, as you may have guessed from the cover page of this report, of vivisection. Animal testing. It”s happening all around us, maybe not in our own backyards, maybe not even in the same county we live in, but it”s there, it”s real, and, if you ask me, it”s barbaric.

Before I begin, let me tell you what you will and will not find in this report. First off, there will be no sugar coating. There is a reason I put a warning on my cover page, and that is that I will not be pulling any punches. You will see many pictures of animals and the cruelty they endure in vivisection labs; my purpose is not to glorify these actions, but to show the unbelievable disregard for a living being”s suffering that takes place daily. Secondly, although the opinions I express in this report are very strong, be assured that I am in no way trying to force these beliefs on anyone; I am simply laying forth the information. Do with it as you will.

First, it seems appropriate to explain what vivisection itself is. If you want the dictionary meaning of it, look to the upper right of this page. In more general terms, vivisection is the name given to most any kind of animal experimentation. As the definition implies, the animals being subjected to this treatment are still alive and are not given any form of anesthesia.

They are poked, prodded, electrocuted, cut open with saws, knives, and scalpels. They are dropped from varying heights, to observe the effects for “scientific” purposes. The list goes on and on; there are endless ways to torture an animal that can be excused as “research.” Basically, if you see a label on a product that reads “Tested safe on animals” or something to that effect, it may as well say, “many small animals were put through hell so we can legally sell this product.” Even that is not the whole truth, but I”ll get into that later.

Now that you have been acquainted with the what of vivisection, we”ll move on to the why. Obviously, there is a very simple explanation for why all this atrocity goes on: progress, scientific research, the safety of humankind. That would be all well and good. However, the findings attributed to animal testing are, for lack of a better word, crap: political maneuvering, smokescreens, snow jobs. Call it what you will, it all boils down to this: animal testing is one of the biggest lies in the world today.

Of course, it would be totally asinine to make such a broad statement without a good deal of evidence to back it up. Fortunately, I”m prepared to deliver.

First, let”s look at the alleged purpose of animal testing: improvement of life and conditions for the human animal, at the expense of non-human animals. That, in itself, wouldn’t be such a bad thing. if tests results from vivisection labs actually proved anything. What do I mean by that?.

Well, put simply, if a scientist injects Chemical A into a rat, and the rat dies, is it a great scientific benefit to mankind? Has anything been proven? No. A rat has been killed, and that”s the end of the matter. A human and a rat have sufficiently different biological structures that they can have totally different responses to a given substance. The same holds true for a human and a monkey, a human and a cat, or even a rat and a mouse, two species which are more closely linked than a human is with anything.

It”s this simple fact that accounts for a large percentage of the falsehood in findings attributed to animal research.

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