So you think it's wrong now, but it wasn't before?
Yes, I really think with today's technology there really is no need for it. If they put only half the effort into testing medicine etc. as they put into creating new iPhones, we wouldn't need animal testing.
Interesting. I wonder where you would draw the threshold between animal testing against the reduction in human suffering.
Of course, you're not going to reply, so we'll be forever in the dark with respect to your moral equivocation.
You're standing by your opinion even though you don't feel like you can support it against opposition? That's not a terribly strongly held conviction you have there.
If you disagree that is fine by me. I'm not very good at arguing anyways. We all have free will and our own opinions. I just wanted to share my feelings. You know what? If it makes you feel better I'll even say: " You win". But I will still stick by my own feelings, that it is wrong indeed with today's technology to test animals.
Did you think that was "one last piece of evidence"? Because it wasn't. It was subjective, personal, unverifiable and emotive. All the hallmarks of a last ditch appeal to emotion, not an argument.
I won't be posting anymore proof. I'll just say that when I worked in Bangladesh I was part of an animal protection group and we were shown monkeys in labs, caged and then of course every night I could see monkeys outside my window swinging from tree to tree. And it only took you enough to look into their eyes to see the difference. The monkeys in the cage stared blankly ahead, whereas the monkeys in the wild seemed full of life and really happy.
Not all opinions are equal. Yours is ridiculous.