What’s so “relevant” about their “research”?
Who benefits from those results?
As far as I know they are just collecting data about the whales population, age, how pollution affects them... So it seems ridiculous that a society so developed in other areas is claiming that the only way to get that information is by killing hundreds of them per year.
Japan might as well be honest and say “we want to profit from the resources that the whales provide (meat, oil...) or simply develop a way to do their research without killing.
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I wonder how many women, men and children are still victim of sex trafficing. Maybe someday people will be erecting statues in their honor...
Humanity will never catch up at this rate. Better to stop crying about the past and focus on actually doing something meaningful to solve the present issues.
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