Monday, April 9, 2007 7:53:01 PM
Sorry about posting twice. 1000 characters wasn't big enough.
"So, the moral of this story is that every animals have a big good point, and many low ones And the human haves a bunch of mid/hi-lvl points"
A lot of mid points don`t cut it in the extreme habitats in the world. Who needs running in the middle of the ocean? Having gills is much more important. What good would running do in a jungle full of trees?
Animals are adapted to their habitats, whereas we appear to be in the middle ground.
Monday, April 9, 2007 7:45:26 PM
"If those animals are beter than us why are we on top of the food chain? "
How does being on top of the food chain make us better? It makes us vulnerable to any change in the food chain below us.
"Animals are useless because they're stupid. We are better because we`re smart, except for a lot of other people, like hippies (PETA). Our brains make us better than all other animals, can animals destroy the world? Can animals alter their DNA so that someday you can travel at the speed of light? No. Seals taste nasty, we have better taste than polar bears."
Do animals need brains to survive? No. Our brains compensate for what we lack in physical abilities. Polar bears don`t have good taste so they can eat seals and survive where only seals exist.
We depend on animals. They would be fine without us. Thus how are we better than them? Without them, this lovely little planet wouldn`t be so abundant with life. No life would exist at all. We all depend on them.
Thursday, December 21, 2006 7:02:52 PM
If the playing field was fair and we didn't have any guns... we`ll be nothing but cat n` dog n` bear n` croc n` shark n` vulture food. Ya see, that`s why we have "highly developed brains" (though I think that`s a big lie and we just say that to feel superior and justify our killing, polluting, etc of the planet), to compensate for our physical flaws (which are very numerous). That said, I actually found it pretty funny XD