diseases and allergies. This helps the scientists find a cure for certain diseases by studying these animals. • EPQ/18?accountid=41759
EXAMINING FALLACIES • Fallacy: a mistaken belief, especially one based on an unsound argument. • Against animal testing – the fallacy that is being committed is that animals are being used in labs as experiments and they’re not protected by the law. The impact of this fallacy is that labs aren’t required to disclose their data about the animals they are experimenting on. • For animal testing – the fallacy that is being committed is that animals are being carried out or they are caught from the wild and their natural habitat, and are being locked up in cages for experimenting. The impact of this fallacy is that animals are either being bred or caught specifically for experimenting only.
SPEAKERS NOTES: AGAINST ANIMAL TESTING • Even though the legislation has been put into place to try and regulate how the cosmetics industry ensures the safety of their products, the government actually doesn’t that much control as one would think.
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