"AlphaT" wrote: We are the superior species.
Explain to me why we are superior.
My point is, the government funds these tests and research on animals, just as they funded tests on people (usually criminals, children, or disabled people), test on chimps and sent them into space in capsules (knowing how intelligent and how similar to us they are), and exploited the African-Americans. What did all these have in common? They couldn't defend themselves.
As I have already explained, it has been proven in recent times that the size of the brain does not have anything to do with the complexity of the brain. Anyone who works with animals or even owns animals can see that they feel pain and feel emotion, they simply express it in a different way to ours.
They're different, so we can exploit them? Sounds awfully familiar.
most definitely not.
so we can hurt animals but we can't hurt humans?
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Your favourite pencils
At least one blue and one black pen
Loose leaf and a binder (and a hole punch that goes in the binder)
Exercise books (make sure you have one for each subject, or enough multi subject books to cover it)
Ruler (long one)
Scissors and glue (not necessary but useful)
Whatever you like colouring with (pencils, crayons, etc)
Sharpies or markers
Math set (with a protractor and compass)
Graph paper just in case (this can be used over multiple years)
Calculator if permitted
Bookbag, lunch bag, pencil case
USB Drive (if your school uses technology)
Folders, either duotang or pocket
Weekly planner for homework
Any locker accessories needed including lock, mirror, etc
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