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Scientists Test Bomb Blasts on Animals to Explore Brain Damage

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: bomb, iraq war, war, pentagon, politcs, government, animals, testing, research, soldiers, troops, connietalk )

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Geoff Ling, an advance-research scientists with the Pentagon, explains that scientists are finding worse damage to the brain from bomb blasts than was originally thought. He says that even when there are no outward signs of injury from a blast, cells...

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Past Member (0)
Monday September 24, 2007, 12:51 pm
Sorry to be the first to comment on this in such an aggressive, but what the F*** are they doing experimenting on animals!...if humans want to blow themselves up so be it, their choice, but to subject animals to this is down right despicable...I despise mankind..

Past Member (0)
Monday September 24, 2007, 4:02 pm
Loren, please, you wern't aggressive enough, friend!

MsR S. (189)
Tuesday September 25, 2007, 3:37 pm
Message I left on their site:

"It's absolutely despicable that you pick on innocent animals to do this. I suggest you change your work & test on already damaged human brains, like the ones who continue to wage war on innocent human beings."

Carol W. (119)
Tuesday September 25, 2007, 4:45 pm

Yeah, I thought Iraq was the testing grounds.
Another Grant, another million. Another Special Interest up to no good.
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