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Are humans superior to animals?
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xWindwalkerx wrote:

Humans are anim als.


Damnx. XDD i soo agree. xDD i sometimes admire animals. x] i want to fly. XD

Posted 5/7/07
humans are superior to animals.

until animals can build rockets and drive cars..

then we pwn them.
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I dont think animals are superior to humans but we still should respect them.
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Posted 5/8/07
All forms of life are created equally, and the importance ans reasoning of life is the same for all lifeforms, so no one creature is more or less superior over the other. Besides, considering how much humans have fucked up the Earth's environment how could they possibly be superior over any other animals?!
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It's all on the same level... humans are just delusional, as always.
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It's all on the same level... humans are just delusional, as always.


Exactly, and in their delusion they have discussions like this.
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Technically speaking, humans are animals as well so it seems like the question is a bit flawed. I guess the more appropriate approach for me to answer is yes humans are superior because we can reason unlike animals other than us, yet we need them ne? Besides every animal is superior in their own adaptive way.
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^The thing is... we'll never even know if they reason. Humanity hasn't even begun to comprehend the animal language. What, is it two wags for a yes and one wag for a no? All we can do is make them respond to our language, but the other way around? I think not. We'll never know if they even reason; what if your dog is actually questioning its own existence? For now, none of us will really know.
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Survival of the fittest TBH.

Right now, humans are superior, but if we keep gassing and choking this planet, we'll all die out and then non-human animals will be superior.

Unless all life forms get killed off. Then we'll be equal. Equally dead. ^_^ Oh happy days!
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Deviance wrote:

^The thing is... we'll never even know if they reason. Humanity hasn't even begun to comprehend the animal language. What, is it two wags for a yes and one wag for a no? All we can do is make them respond to our language, but the other way around? I think not. We'll never know if they even reason; what if your dog is actually questioning its own existence? For now, none of us will really know.


Reminds me of a TV special long ago about do dogs dream? or does your pet dream, I can't remember. I know my dog does dream. He would just make weird noises sometimes in the middle of the night and I check he's asleep.
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You would know quite well especially when it seems to be a slight bark but sounds like a whine at the same time.
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I meant fully comprehend. It's not like a person would be able to understand when dogs tell you (if ever); "Hey master, ever saw that place in the glass box with lots of bones? Mind if we go there?"
Wherein if ever you might understand partly, the only thing that would run in your mind would probably be: "Oh he wants to go out for a walk"
Comprehension is different from empathy.
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True. I don't expect us humans to fully learn their ball-game. We've quite a limited perception to begin with, we can't even fully understand the less complicated things compared to animals.
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What do you say to someone like Helen Keller? Without any natural advantage she adapted to more complex things than we could hope to train animals to do.
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^ good pt.

i make no response, haha. already posted earlier.
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