Thought for the Week: Try this sign: Scientists Against Disease
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#1 Jun 10, 2009
We must cast a leery eye upon the beaches here in Stuart, after two consecutive hurricanes, since here and there might be signs of human remains that truly cannot now be identified. Perhaps if there was less confined-animal testing/torment in laboratories the victims of such calamities would yet be found as intact skeletal remains rather than the constant possibility that we are treading water/ground beside our dead relatives transformed into shoreline lumps of matter. Has the Torrey Pines Institute been so quickly initiated as a reaction to such possibilities? As stated elsewhere, the election of elderly residents to political office in the region does hint at a made-accessible motive should those recall past animal-activity with regard to human remains deemed inaccessible (e.g., lost at sea).[in Stuart, FL]
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