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post #11 of 33 Old 11-02-2010, 10:12 PM
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If you think that is bad you should read what all the Nazi "scientists" did to Jews. Read what experiments they did on twins and infants. Then get back to me on Edison.

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post #12 of 33 Old 11-02-2010, 10:21 PM
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BTW, Edison was a fan of DC - it was Tesler who favored AC.

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Okay I get it, I just said I made myself look like an idiot, what more do yall want?
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Okay I get it, I just said I made myself look like an idiot, what more do yall want?
You didn't make yourself look like an idiot, everyone is entitled to their opinion. We're just discussing why we don't personally agree with it. No reason you can't think that way if that's how you feel about it!

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I don't think your an idiot. There are things that people did in the past that suck, there are things people are doing right at this moment that suck and there will be things that happen in the future that suck...yadda yadda crazy mixed up world. Honestly, I had no idea Edison did that to animals, the stuff they don't tell you in elementary school!

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Yeah me either! Yall are right though I shouldn't worry about the past. But that's the thing about me, I take a lot of things too close to heart. That's a big complaint I get from my friends. Doesn't take much to upset me. Sad thing is yeah I admit it I'm a guy, but I manage to get through the day thanks to my horse, she's like my psychiatrist You can rant about things to her more than any human would allow.
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If you think that is bad you should read what all the Nazi "scientists" did to Jews. Read what experiments they did on twins and infants. Then get back to me on Edison.
Actually not just jews. Polish and gypsies were "cleaned up" and "experimented on" even more than jews. And I'm pretty positive in countries like North Korea they are probably still experimenting with people quite a lot.

To the OP, if you think about experiments going on these days (like trying all different vaccines, mutations, etc. on say monkeys), how come that ever better?
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I don't think I ever said today was better. The vaccines is for the better of us, because it helps find cures. What good is proving electricity can kill anyway, people still get killed by it. There is no cure for getting shocked to death unless you wanna go overboard and wear all rubber or something. That was just a pointless experiment by Tesler and Edison. Now the testing for mutations I don't agree with that either. But like yall say there's always horrible things in the world and there's not much that can be done about it. But they do have a code of ethics for animals in labs today. Also They could ask around for consent from people to do this kind of stuff, you'd be amazed of the people in the world that don't care what's done to them, being a genia pig. But that's where it's unethical to alot of people. And it'd be more difficult to find those type of people. But in my views at least it'd be consent, animals can't consent to that.
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But that's where it's unethical to a lot of people. And it'd be more difficult to find those type of people. But in my views at least it'd be consent, animals can't consent to that.
Neither can convicts, and they were used for years as experimental 'guinea pigs' for the government, as were soldiers who weren't told what was actually going on.

At Bikini Atoll, where the first hydrogen bombs were tested, none of the natives were given any warning or even asked if they minded that they were going to be bombarded with radiation.

Seriously, what are a few dogs and cats being electrocuted to literally thousands of people killed, maimed, or destroyed mentally by scientists, governments, and dictators?
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Then that would be murder. But we all know the Government is screwed up. I bet they used the Excuse that it's 'punishment' for the convicts didn't they? I don't believe in capitol punishment. And what they did to the soldiers was very wrong. Didn't they get sued like crazy though for doing that to the soldiers?
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