Immigrants have positively influenced the industry of science in many ways. An example of an immigrant who influenced science is Nikola Tesla. He has many inventions that have made America better. The one he is most known for is his creation of AC electricity.
Animals have existed by human’s side for millions of years, however, recently, certain animals are being used to test human products. Products that are not significant compared to the pain animals such as guinea pigs, dogs, rats; and rabbit are forced to endure. Would testing that one lipstick formula or mascara be worth the agony of a living soul? For some, the answer would be yes, our own selfish needs outweigh their effects on others. Perhaps some people would even be the ones testing on these animals as long as they get paid.
Animals as much as you love them, hate them, so do they deserve to suffer? I mean come on people they think, they live, they can feel sad too. They can have extraordinary intelligence they can help us, they can be our companions, they can be our friends. They are worth much more than a scientist lab rat. Yes testing may be necessary to get us medicine but is it worth killing or harming animals?
Procon.org reads, “If vaccines were not tested on animals, millions of animals would have died from rabies, distemper, feline leukemia, infectious hepatitis virus, tetanus, anthrax, and canine parvovirus.” The main debate over testing on animals is that people want the animals’ well being to be taken care of. It is understandable that some will sympathize with them however, if their goal was to keep an animal healthy then the best option would be to let the animal be tested on so that it can be cured. Taking away animal testing will also take away an animal’s last option in surviving. There is an argument that the animals will not be taken care of because they must go through inhumane acts in order to be tested and they would never benefit from testing.
They hold that “Pain is an intrinsic evil, and any action that causes pain to another creature is simply not morally permissible” (Source B). “[Animals in laboratories] are almost always subjected to isolation, depression, and anxiety” (Source F). These people believe that animal research is an aberration and should be ended immediately. While there does lie credibility in that animals should not forcibly be made to suffer, that does not mean that the solution is to get rid of animal research completely. There is reasonable logic as to why scientists prefer this method above all others.
If the world today gave up hunting, wildlife would become non existent and animals would struggle to thrive due to disease and overpopulation. Outdoorsmen also gain plentiful amount of experience while hunting. They gain relationships, knowledge of the outdoors, and they maintain an old tradition and keep it alive and thriving. In the future hunting may become an even more pressing and controversial subject; however, we must do everything in our power to keep hunting alive. Hunting has a deeper meaning to some people and to take that away from them is in some ways inhumane.
“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who do nothing.” -Albert Einstein Animal abuse is a problem that has been going on for a while, but early in the last century; people have began to call it out. It wasn’t until 1936 that the first animal shelter had started by Caroline Earle White. However, others have taken an advantage of this, and just send stray animals to shelters, and it seems fine, right?
Some sciencetest may say genetically modifying will help solve food problems in the world. The process of genetically animals is that before the animal is born genes are swapped out with a different gene while the baby is still being born which can cause some effects in animal some bad and some good but the reality is that things never turn out how the were first attended to. animals But is the cost of genetically modified animals really worth the cost of the animals health and the environment safety.
Animal testing is used among many companies all over the world. Is it useful, appreciable, successful? Animal testing should be banned because it is cruel, has a poor success rate, and is unnecessary. Many think otherwise, such as that animal testing is helpful with curing diseases, but over all the time and trials there’s too much harm caused to too many animals. First of all, animal testing is cruel.
Animal testing its something kind of inhuman, even if animals don't understand and cannot act like humans but they are living things. Somehow some commercial products or experiments, they have request people to test in them, but they pay them, but what if those people that have accept the request to be tested with a product dies from a serious allergic reaction.
The essays share the same central focus: immigration. Both authors describe the many benefits of immigration for America. “...we would have to conclude that our history and society would have been vastly different if they (immigrants) had stayed home”(Kennedy pg24). Our country has been monumentally impacted by the creations, choices, and brilliant ideas of immigrants.
Research done on animals has caused medical leaps in discovering information about medicine, biology, and psychology. Testing on animals can inform people on the effects of environmental dangers such as pollution or radiation. The animals that are tested on usually have similar inner anatomy as humans but are different in some aspects, which can vary the results of testing. This makes the results useless and the animal then dies for nothing(animal rights). Many people may think the food they eat are killed humanely.
Laboratory Animal Technicians In our day in age, humanity is constantly threatened by evolving viruses and diseases that could possibly wipe out our population. To combat these dangers, we create vaccinations that give our bodies a kind of shield. However, scientists can not immediately test the vaccination on humans, for there may be some undesirable side effects that make the vaccination hurt more than it helps.
While many believe that assisted suicide is morally wrong and violates the basic tenets of medicine, people should be able to die with dignity and stop their suffering to let them die happier. Assisted suicide has been a big controversy lately and I think it is a good thing to make legal. Terminally sick people should be able to end their pain and suffering.
Until people are ready to eliminate all forms of animal cruelty-- this includes animals that you would eat. Cows, chickens, ducks, turkeys, and goats. All of these animals are routinely subject to worse fates then those of research animals. Crammed in cages, given hormones to make certain body parts abnormally and painfully large, all before being slaughtered. This is a part of our culture and our society.