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Medical Research Using Live Animals

Djidebate00
Craigsgirl

I believe that using live animals in research is wrong because of the injuries and risks. The animals that are being use are kept in captivity and or killed. If the animal does survive, it is injured and will be kept in captivity for the rest of its life www.aboutanimaltesting.co.uk. Experimenting with these animals is a choice between life and pain, but if not death, pain....

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atheist are right

justanawesomeathiest
abyteofbrain

Atheists are right because we have all the facts that religion does not....

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Reproductive Technology

GarrettWilson
LizWoda

With reproductive technology, families may end up with more children than they wanted because it is more fertile. For example, Nadya Suleman (a.k.a. octomon) had 14 children using in vitro fertilization. This could cause issues with the women. yalemedlaw.com...

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Science proves God's existance

theOmniscient
tkubok

"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." -Albert Einstein Evolution, the Big Bang, and other theories are clearly disproven by themselves. For anything like these to originate, it would require a power that we humans cannot comprehend. Evolution claims that every creature on the planet evolved from a similar ancestor, but where could it have started? The dirt, perhaps? How could you create life from an inanimate object without a being such as God? The simple an...

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Will Astronauts Ever Get To Travel Out Of The Solar System

naruke42
scienceNerd48

Astronauts could probably not only if they had a whole lot of luck on their side. The luck that they need is to stumble upon a wormhole....

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Embryonic Stem Cell Use

kendrickmercer2
zmikecuber

Stem cells can Help 1/3rd of the population by curing ddiseases, cancer, alzheimers and parkinsons disease (Healthresearchfunding.org)...

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Is temperature from concentrated light rays limited by their frequency?

pashute

There is an argument on halfbakery.com Second Law of Thermodynamics Temporal Violatorhttp://www.halfbakery.com/idea/Second_20Law_20of_20Thermodynamics_20Temporal_20Violator#1378325321 about the reason for a temperature limit from sunrays.The argument is between WcW who advocates the view that: temperature from concentrated light rays is limited by the rays' frequency and that o...

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THBT science is represented fairly in the media

alexmiller887
vintinthethird

My opponent will begin in the next round, and in the last round s/he will type 'No round as agreed upon' Thank you....

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Medical Research Using Live Animals

PreciousC
awesome-500

Testing on animals has contributed to many life-saving cures and treatments. By using the pancreas of a dog, scientists were able to develop insulin which is a necessity for people with type one and type two diabetes (Animal-testing.procon.org). The polio vaccine was developed by testing on animals. If testing was not done on animals, the polio epidemic of the first half of the 1900s wouldn't have ended and the world would have lost much of that generation and the generations to come. We ha...

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Vaccinations (mandatory/ disbursemenet)

alexpowell
gabbsmcswaggin

Vaccinations should not be mandatory, because of peoples religious beliefs. Many people hold religious beliefs against vaccination, forcing parents to vaccine their children would violate the first amendment, which is the freedom to exercise their religion. Vaccines interfere with the natural law and God's plan for humanity. Disease is natural and humans should not interfere with it. The ethical dilemmas associated with using hu...

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