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The2ndWheel Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-18-06 10:57 AM
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108. But why would it end research?
If the research is that important, survival level important, isn't it worth the price?

"Of course, you don't care, because you're lucky enough to be healthy."

Keep telling yourself that I don't care.

"You also don't care that simply by existing, you're inhibiting the progress of the bacteria your body naturally kills on a regular basis"

Yes, that's a natual process. That's existence fighting against itself to a balance. That's called evolution. What we do in labs is not.

I have yet to stop one test being done to anything. So I'm on no crusade. Again, that's power and control, and I want none of it.
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