"No way you can gain weigth mate, you only can lose it, but you'll health will benefit. Im vegetarian, i eat like a bull, also many carbs, but i keep losing weight. With veganism you'll lose even more kilos than a vegetarian."
"Please do correct me if I am really wrong, but my understanding of two actions to be exclusive of each other is that they can exist independent of each other...
Mutual exclusivity means two events cannot occur simultaneously; merriam-webster offers…"
"You are saying this after I already said to you that "I am sorry, but it is hard to engage in a discussion if the other person doesn't really engage but just puts forth their argument repeatedly."
At tis point, you kind of are…"
"Again I think your inability to see my view comes from not really understanding my view. That I can see by the fact that you don't address my view at all, but again just put forth your view. This could go on forever, so what would be the point?…"
""I believe less people will kill animals if they know it is wrong, than simply by less people eating meat, because whatever number of people who are eating meat in the world...without people being against killing, those jobs will always serve…"
"Personally, I believe that nobody can claim beyond a shadow of a doubt that our argument or view is correct. However, what I think we should all strive to understand arguments before we refute them with our own views. In the end, everyone can hold…"
"The actual killing (or, generally, causing harm/pain) is problematic, i.m.o., to the extent that animals can have ethically significant experiences, e.g. experience of suffering, joy, hope, pain, reflection, etc. As a kind of lazy hypothesis…"
"I can see the point about wanting to see animals treated more humanely.
But I also think that is a separate issue. Treating an animal or a human humanely is a plus point, but it does not alter the fact that the animal dies anyway and still the blood…"
"its not so much the killing as it is for the way the animals are treated before they are killed. They are treated this way because the demand grew so high, that the slaughterhouses can not takethe time to do it humanely. I would much rather hear…"
"If the amount of animals killed decrease...then what does that actually achieve I wonder?
Animals are not actually like the same as an ecosystem where that if we don't chop down the trees then the mountain's soil will remain intact and not…"
"A human being is a part of a whole, called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty." ~ Albert Einstein