> But meat IS murder. Meat means that an animal was killed against
> its will so that someone could have dinner. That to me is just
> as bad as cannibalism. I see very little difference here.
murder: n. the crime of unlawfully killing a PERSON esp. with malice aforethought
> It is murder because the end result is that the animals die;
> thus we have murdered them.
so if someone falls off a building is that murder? because, after all, the end result is that person dies.
>And you don't know that murder is
> just a human concept unless you talk to animals and understand
> what they are saying. I'm sure animals have a sense of evil and
> what constitutes murder.
> First of all, it isn't natural for us to eat meat. I've studied
> alot of primate anatomy and just by looking at the difference in
> dental features between a carnivore and herbivore, it's plain to
> see that humans are much closer to herbivores
then why, pray tell, do we have sharp incisors?
In addition, if
> it was so natural for us to eat meat, why does it remain to be
> the leading cause of colon-rectal cancers and greatly
> contributes to heart disease?
well if it was so natural for us to have sex, why do all those nasty diseases exist? come on, there's a bad side to everything.
> If meat tastes so good, why do we like to cook it and add so
> many spices to it? I think you are not realizing that we spend a
> great amount of time and energy covering up for the awful taste
> of meat and the people who do eat it raw are seen as taboo.
um, do you use salad dressing?