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WriterSelbe
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11/17/2011 4:56:11 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
...will prove, that in fact, we are capable of carrying the fetuses of cows inside our bodies, males as well, and vice versa. If only the government were to experiment so, we would be able to experiment on men and create an artificial womb to hold their babies and fertilize their artificial eggs.

I also wish to transfer the limbs of animals to people and see if we would ever be able to connect the nerves. As a plus, not only would we be certain of the ability to replace damaged or 'missing' limbs but we would also piss off PETA as we all strut about in our fur coats hoping another nude Eva Mendes ad for PETA comes out.

So, involuntary human experimentation for the greater good of man-kind. Good? Bad? Suggestions on other experiments we should do on the unwilling?
Ore_Ele
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11/18/2011 12:51:06 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
drug and medicine testing. Testing on mice and such can only be so accurate when it comes to the effects and side effects of new medicines. Testing on people allows for much greater accuracy, which can save countless lives, by both allowing a better understanding of the drug, and a better understanding of the side effects.
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kogline
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11/19/2011 12:31:16 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
k gotta post again. is providing experimental treatment to voluntary people such as those in desperate situations like diseases where other medication isn't working, or paying people who agree to be labrats not enough for you?

you sound like modern mengele's. sadistic sociopaths trying to justify your agression with an altruistic rationalization.
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Cerebral_Narcissist
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11/20/2011 3:52:08 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Use the prison population.

Could even make it voluntary, bring forward parole hearings, permit games consoles in the cell.

Gestate a cow fetus, play skyrim.
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11/20/2011 4:13:05 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
The problem I see is that it would start out benign and then turn over to bureaucracy causing it to almost be necessary to maintain some liberty such as citizenship or not being fined. Plus with a huge amount of voluntary people (if they offered a desirable amount of payment) the pharmacy companies could potentially get lazy and start testing drugs without completing all initial testing first. This could cause huge disasters. Also this would further the separation between upper and lower class. In theory I think it sounds good, but when considering all the fallout I think it would be borderline disastrous.
Gileandos
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11/20/2011 6:29:14 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/20/2011 4:13:05 PM, Crede wrote:
The problem I see is that it would start out benign and then turn over to bureaucracy causing it to almost be necessary to maintain some liberty such as citizenship or not being fined. Plus with a huge amount of voluntary people (if they offered a desirable amount of payment) the pharmacy companies could potentially get lazy and start testing drugs without completing all initial testing first. This could cause huge disasters. Also this would further the separation between upper and lower class. In theory I think it sounds good, but when considering all the fallout I think it would be borderline disastrous.

I concurr with everything you stated.
I would additionally add, medicinal testing on humans that was monetary, would naturally result in oppressing the poor. Only the poor would do this.

I agree that the Pharm companies adhere to no moral obligations to their customers. It would only lead to an obligation of profit to their bottom line to the detriment of the poor.