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Opinion by tomhamm posted 1 month ago
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Kari poses for her fans!
In her campaign for Animal rights Kari Charles taught animal abuser Alsu Ivanchenko a lesson. On her "catfight for a dog's life" Kari stood up to and confronted the horrible witch and taught her a thing or two about cruelty and justice!

Way to go Kari!!!! So few are willing to gp so far to make a stand against such activity. Relentless on her arguments and petitions Alsu snapped at Kari provoking the catfight for a dog's life forum.

That was for a time a place where the two had some verbal catfights that could make anyone want to buy tickets to see them have at each other!

Alsu eventually dropped out of the forum and quit talking, likely due to legal advice. But with a two year sentence over her head she got off way to easy. Its a shame Kari did not have the chance to tear her apart.....yet any how! They may cross paths!

But I think its safe to say we have a winner!
List by glelsey posted over a year ago
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There is no doubt that the best test species for humans are humans. It is not possible to extrapolate animal data directly to humans due to interspecies variation in anatomy, physiology and biochemistry.

Advancing in science is important. It is what helps us understand the world in which we live, and is especially important for medical research. However, some believe the myth that, in order to effectively continue our research, we must experiment on animals. This is not the case at all and, in fact, can give us inconclusive results. Here are just a few of the alternatives that are not only cruelty-free, but many of these produce more accurate results:

-In vitro (test tube) test methods and models based on human cell and tissue cultures

-Computerized patient-drug databases and virtual drug trials

-Computer models and simulations

-Stem cell and genetic testing methods

-Non-invasive imaging techniques such as MRIs and CT Scans
Opinion by ITF posted over a year ago
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Global meat consumption has increased from under 50 million tons annually to over 200 million tons in the last 50 years. The amount of animal manure produced in the U.S. is 130 times greater than the amount of human waste. This is causing more environmental and health problems than ever seen before. Here are 15 good reasons to stop eating meat (or at least cut down):

Health Reasons:

1. Lower risk of cancer. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has reported that vegetarians are less likely to get cancer by 25 to 50 percent.

2. Lower risk of heart disease. Researchers Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn have a program that includes a vegetarian diet and is currently one of the few programs that has been proven to reverse heart disease. A vegetarian diet reduces cholesterol.

3. Lower risk of osteoporosis. Studies have shown that too much protein in our diet causes loss of bone calcium. Meat eaters generally get far more protein than they need or can use.