Animals shouldn’t be used for testing because it’s inhumane and it will make the population go down. Studies of animal testing have been recorded saying that they could be wasting their time on making medical substances to help human diseases. If they found out that it was a waste of money and time, it would prove that using animals for testing is inhumane. This is also unnecessary. The great
is not humane at all. There are many cosmetic brands that still sell products that are the output of the harm of innocent animals. To stop the destruction of the beautiful lives, cosmetic animal testing should be stopped because it does not give
Animal testing is cruel, unjust, and wasteful, and it needs to stop. It is used to test cosmetics, to gain scientific knowledge, and for tests in schools. The Humane Society states that animal testing is tests performed on live animals for basic biology, medicinal, safety, or health research. Even small procedures have the capabilities to cause the animal high stress or discomfort. Some animals are used in future experiments, but most are killed soon after the tests.
It seems like as of now, the biggest reason that the honeybees could be dying is because of insecticides called neonicotinoids. The neonicotinoids, or neonics, potentially toxic to honey bees and other beneficial insects even with low levels of contact. Neonicotinoids may impact the bees’ ability to forage, learn and remember navigation routes to and from food sources. “When fields are sprayed with more pesticides, more fertilizers are applied and valuable agriculture structural elements such as hedges and rows of trees, are transformed into fields, the insects vanish.” (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research,
I would like these scientists that work in these industries to have a better job than killing animals with chemicals. All these scientists need for their job is to have human test subjects that request it and then can test on them. I highly restrict using animals for this because of how inhuman it is. Humans will be 99.9% the
We wouldn’t subject our pets to burning, starving, and isolation, so why is it okay to subject other animals to this cruel treatment? Animal testing is harmful not only because it is unsafe, but because it poses a question of moral judgement. Testing on animals should be illegal because it is unethical, drugs that pass animal tests are not necessarily safe, and many animals lack the protection required for their safety. Many people are unaware of the torture animals in labs must endure when being tested on. The harm animals undergo includes being infected with diseases they would not otherwise be susceptible to, electrocution, and having their spines crushed.
Animal testing needs to be discontinued because it is ineffective. Animals are obviously different than humans, and many drugs/cosmetics react to animals and humans react differently.Because animals and humans are so different tests are not accurate and then humans are affected in turn. “The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has noted
)( Race, Sharla)( BRUNDRETT, Ross, and Peta HELLARD.). TBHQ was created to try and address a problem, this problem was that most foods expired very quickly and therefore, the companies would have to throw away masses of food and they would have to be replaced with freshly produced foods. TBHQ, together with other preservative compounds, address this problem and enhance the shelf life of many foods by stabilizing damaged cells in the foods by donating cells to them. If those cells would not be stabilized or fixed, they would harm the food in ways which is commonly known as oxidation or expiration. This would cause discolorations in the food, bad smell, it often causes bad taste and
Eat Your Bugs vs. Insect Farmers The texts “Eat Your Bugs” by Miguel Vila and Laura Allen and “Insect Farmers...” by The Washington Post have both similarities and differences. First, both articles show and explain that eating bugs is good for the environment. For example, on page 24 of “Eat Your Bugs” the text states “But the poisons wash away in the rain. They end up in rivers and kill fish and other living things.” Similarly, on page 2 of “Insect Farmers” it says “It would also reduce the environmental footprint.” This is similar because both articles are saying that eating bugs is good for the environment with different reasons. The poisons that the average citizen uses to kill bugs washes away in the rain and could not only kill bugs, but other wildlife too.
There is a lot of buzz about the Bee Colony Collapse Disorder which is, according to dictionary.com, a pathological condition which leads to a disappearance of worker bees from the hive resulting in the hive’s failure. The reason I am concerned about this topic is because human survival is tied to bee survival. Bees are responsible for ⅓ of the meals we eat, either by pollinating the fruits and vegetables that humans eat or by pollinating crops that feed animals that we eat, like cows. It is difficult to come up with a solution to this issue because there are many root causes. Bee Colony Collapse Disorder is a bigger problem than most people realize, and if it is not solved, it will have a devastating effect by taking away important food that