Animal dissection should be banned, say experts

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Animals should not be dissected for academic purposes.

54years ago (1956), Elvis Presley had to be filmed above the waist upon a tv-show because of a hip-swiveling movement. Not that it was anacceptable performance, everything tending towards sensuality is anabomination, but still it serves to prove how much the decline hascome since then, when even the secular press deemed inappropriatewhat today would be looked upon as nothing. But even at that time, inmajor Hollywood films like The Ten Commandments, could be seen bothwomen and men that are incredibly immodestly dressed. The fall anddecline of morals have been in progress ever since the invention ofmotion picture. God allowed this deceit to be invented because ofpeople’s sins, especially for sins of the flesh. The media havesuch power that it preconditions peoples mind in such a way - sincepeople look at TV as reality - that what was shameful yesterday willbe the norm today! So if the media shows immodesty as norm, norm itwill become!

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Animals should not be dissected for academic purposes

- Beware of some charitable organizations! If you are a charitable person anda believer in the humane treatment of animals, do not contribute tocharities that, themselves, use donated money to conduct research on animals. I would like you to read at least one example ofincredibly gruesome and horrific unnecessary tests administered to animals by a popular American charitable organization(unbeknownst to their contributors), keeping in mind that this is just one example of that sort ofthing. For the complete story on the American Heart Association, as revealed by Christopher Lee, onthe PETA website, click

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Allie I disagree about eating the animal afterwards because the animal is from the wild. Wild animals can carry diseases that can kill us humans. What if a vegetarian was dissecting an animal but the teacher says that they have to eat it, that would be against the person’s dietary choices and beliefs. So we should not eat wild dissected animals for health and dietary reasons. Also, these animals would not be kosher.
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Animal Welfare Policies - USPCA

“St. Dorotheus says: "Beware of too much speaking, forit banishes from the soul holy thoughts and recollection with God." Speakingof religious that cannot abstain from inquiring after worldly news, St. JosephCalasanctius said: "The curious religious shows that he has forgottenhimself." It is certain that he who speaks too much with men converses butlittle with God, for the Lord says: "." (Osee, ii. 14.) If, then,the soul wishes that God speak to its heart, it must seek after solitude; butthis solitude will never be found by religious who do not love silence."If," said the Venerable Margaret of the Cross, "we remainsilent, we shall find solitude." And how will the Lord ever condescend tospeak to the religious, who, by seeking after the conversation of creatures,shows that the conversation of God is not sufficient to make her happy? Hence,for a nun that delights in receiving visits and letters, in reading thenewspapers, and in speaking frequently of the things of the world, it is impossibleto be a good religious. Every time that she unnecessarily holds intercoursewith seculars, she will suffer a diminution of fervor.” (, Volume X, pp. 468-469)

The USPCA is the world’s second oldest animal welfare organisation

If your school dissects animals, I believe this is the appropriate process to dissect by dissecting a animal body part that is getting thrown away, but you don’t only dissect kosher animals. According to your teacher you also dissect pig hearts.
I think comupter simuliations are better or maybe might be evenly educational with dissecting a real animal. Computer simulations are a better process of learning and actually have steps.
We sent letters to a number of companies that create computer simulations for dissecting animals to ask if they make programs showing the variations. They mostly said that it was important to learn normal dissection without variations first! If you will look at my friend, Aaron K’s reply on Dec. 14th

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I feel that medical “research” can be employed with computer sims and other methods that will not lessen the learning process. I totally disagree with any method that will cause pain, just for the sake of “research.”