After a long productive day of nursing school paperwork & vaccinations, all I want is a pint of Ben & Jerry’s 🌼✨
Sorry, follow up on vegan medication:
If animal experimentation unethical, should all experimentation be done on humans?
Please consider all the implications of your answer before responding
Now that I released the anger at vegans, I only got questions:
Like, is it vegan to have pets? If the point is not using animals isn’t using animals for comfort not vegan? Are service animals vegans?
Also what is the future of domestic animals? I know the idea is that as the world goes vegan production of domestic animals would go down until there’s no domestication anymore; but does that mean that domestic animals go extinct or that they evolve into a form that can survive in the wild?
And what kind of world is it in which humans use no animal products? Okay so we get all plant based fabrics, and construction materials; I think the world population would have to go down (world population should probably go down anyway) so production of plant based food and other materials is small enough to be sustainable. Capitalism has to go obviously, there’s no way for humanity to exist with Capitalism anyway, so vegan world has to do away with that. Where are all the animals living? Is this a solarpunk world? I guess it should be, and there’s lots of wildlands, is human production hydroponic? I mean, we need to use as little space as possible (even without veganism production has to occupy little space). What about people who can’t go vegan for medical reasons? What’s gonna happen to them? What about medicines?
Actually, what about medicines? Medicines and other healthcare procedures that no longer use animals, but were created with animal experimentation vegan? Anything created from animal products are vegan, even if they don’t use animals anymore? Petroleum comes from dead animals, are petroleum-derived products vegan? If taking advantage of an animal corpse that died without human intervention can we use the leather of a cow that dies of natural causes?
What about carnivorous and omnivorous animals? They can eat other animals? If so, why humans can’t? Are our oversized brains too big to kill other animals anymore? Oh, right the modern human brain is the result of early humans discovering cooked meat; is it wrong that we inherited traits caused by meat-eating in vegan thinking? What about sheep? They can’t molt naturally anymore, should we shave them as a service and throw away the wool for natural compost?
Am I overthinking this? Heck yeah. Are these questions wrong? No, not really; I don’t think most people realize how alien a true vegan world would be. And I really want answers on medication derived from animal experimentation that doesn’t require animals anymore
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This easy and (kinda) healthy dessert was made by freezing banana pieces and dipping them in chocolate.
I made lentils stew, with onions, tomatoes and red peppers, served with pasta and baked pumpkin
The Temple Bar, Dublin
I had a beautiful papaya today!
A slice of toast with small amount of Vegemite on it and nuttelex. Fried bean curd (tofu) with scraping of Vegemite and tomato, capsicum and onion with garlic on it. Yummy and filling!
🦀 Hundreds of thousands of Horseshoe Crabs are stolen from the sea, pinned down in labs, & stabbed with needles in their conscious bodies to drain their blood, which detects contaminants in Covid vaccine and other fake medicines.￼
💉 This torture kills about a third of the crabs. Many of the rest die when they’re thrown back into the ocean.￼
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