My hypothesis – Lunaduna

  1. Experimenting on animals
  2. Experimenting on animals in the United States 
  3. The effect of experimenting on animals in the healthcare field (US)
  4. Eliminating animal experimentation would be ethical, but how would we make new discoveries?
  5. Having experiments on animals leads to new discoveries which can help save lives
  6. Scientists determine that the outcome of animal experimentation would not be beneficial because the physiology between animals and humans have major differences.

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3 Responses to My hypothesis – Lunaduna

  1. davidbdale says:

    You posted an early Hypothesis, but you didn’t ask for Feedback, LunaDuna. Are you sure that’s how you want to play it?

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  2. davidbdale says:

    Luna, I’m not sure how you make the logical steps from 1 to 6, but let’s not worry about that just now. More importantly, I want to start with your Hypothesis and see where we go from here.

    First, may I ask, have you written on this topic before? You appear to have drawn what appears to be a final conclusion, that animal experimentation is unjustified because the physiologies of humans and other animals are too dissimilar to benefit from the comparison.

    If you already believe that to be the case, your research is likely to turn into a search for sources that confirm your prejudice. But, if that’s not the case, I applaud that you’ve selected an important topic with life-and-death consequences. ESPECIALLY IF we CAN discover useful therapies for human healing, you’ll be investigating an crucial ethical proposal argument, to wit: Animal experimentation can be justified (if it’s done as humanely as possible) because it cures illness, alleviates suffering, or promotes healing among humans.

    Where do you stand on this issue? Can you be objective in your research?

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