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Human Frailty, Emotionally Decided Choices And Their Folly; As Well As The Innocence Of Primates Without Fault.
on March 29, 2014
I thought about the various ways, the study of medical science gives us impetus in our questions in seeking answers to health issues and the inevitable misguidance on any emotional basis. Although, the natural course of humanity to reach a cure for an ailment is above all the hope of all in society. Yet, the degree in which we would care to overstep the boundaries and there limitations for a reason --- seems, as elusive as to stop eating when hungry. So, as far as the acting and storyline goes. It was really good. However, the graphics and stunts of the primates went a little further than I would have liked. Ask ourselves, whether a primate would actually seek to destroy anything for the sake of freedom, even under attack. I seriously doubt that, for the fear of such an invasion to capture or control would overwhelm. A farfetched imagination for one, since every surrounding change would confuse the animal itself as it would experience in a city habitat. All of nature's journals write of such occurrence.
So, as for justifying the slaughter of innocent creatures for the sake of protecting humans and the material things, while bringing a wild primate into a society where it did not belong. I oppose that theme. Not unlike putting a lion within a playground of five year olds. We must thank the individual or corporate greed character for this scenario and its graphics that would ensue.
And finally, for cause of science and the hope to help a family member or individual that is suffering from a disease. I grant: the yearning to seek by every funding available and the ability of science to theoretically reach a conclusion previous to applying this medical effort to a patient. Kudos for that theme, I am all for cures in due course on an ethical basis. Yet, were I convinced of my own findings. I would sacrifice myself first, and not my family, friends or anyone in the community for such faith, without taking complete responsibility for same. I would recommend this movie, nevertheless because it makes us question medical science and our emotions, as well as the resulting consequences.