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Should scientists be allowed to research on blue whales? What do you think?
Due to recent entwined conflicts between scientists and law enforcers, we have seen a formation of a new ‘monarchy’ of laws that force scientists to study whales.
Outbreaks of interrogating negligent facts brewed by scientists have accumulated over the years. However, the main fact was that the fishing boats have begun to swarm over our oceans, thus creating putrid pollution. This enters the sea; causing the frequency (Hertz) of sound-waves emitted by whales to decline dramatically.
Although the stern facts announced by scientists have started to wither, the new brand of laws enforced by politicians have stated that there is a world-round crisis. This includes the massive decrease in the entire whale population caused by ceaseless persecution. This is the reason why a new variety of impertinent laws have been instated that will ban whale hunting completely.
In spite of the colossal build-up of reasons calling for the seizure of those laws supporting hunting; fore mostly we need to understand that there has been a steady rise in our knowledge of whales. It now seems as if the politicians might call for an end to these laws (– which allow whale hunting) after all since they have realised vital action is now needed to stop jeopardizing the whale population and aid them to rise once more.
Yousef 6RJ 09.02.12