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  1. #1 For or against: animal experiments 
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    first of all, I would just like to thank all those who has helped me in the last survey on religion and science. your advices were very valuable and we're currently modifying it.
    in the mean time, we are doing another survey on animal experiments. again, it's not a long questionaire, just a few clicks will do. Here's the link:
    http://www.addaform.com/c/@E9qcsMO0E.../6610qEkc.html
    Thanks a zillion!


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    Geez man, what do you do work for Gallop?

    I'll fill it out if I get a chance.


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    I replied, but some of your questions really should be re-done. And I'd have someone for whom English is their first language proofread the whole thing for you, there's quite a bit of bad grammar and awkward wording in there. (Or if English is your first language, my apologies for thinking it's not! But go proofread then :P)

    Couple quick examples:

    8 Animals reproduce faster and therefore allow the studies of several generations Strongly agree
    Partially agree
    Partially disagree
    Strongly disagree
    I do not know

    This isn't even a matter of opinion. This statement is either true or false for a given animal. If you are hand-picking animals (or other organisms)and want one with faster reproduction, you can easily do that.

    9 Animal experiment is ACCEPTABLE only if there is no unnecessary suffering to the animals Strongly agree
    Partially agree
    Partially disagree
    Strongly disagree
    I do not know

    No unnecessary suffering? Do you mean no suffering, period? Or no suffering that isn't required in the research? I think you probably mean no suffering at all, but literally it reads as "no suffering that isn't necessary". Of course no one would want unnecessary suffering.

    Just a couple nitpicks :P
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