Or. If you're the kind who have no care for certain people like me...
We can test the computers out on prison inmates in death row.
God knows they can be useful somehow instead of just wasting time, food, and taxpayer money until they finally get killed with super expensive drugs instead of a 50 cent bullet.
... Are you psychotic?
Because that's what this reads like.
Advocating the use of unwilling human participants in experimental medical procedures is simply amoral to the most extreme degree. You'd have fit right in with Mengele.
That's not even to mention everything that's flat-out bonkers sociopathic about the last sentence...
Depends. Why should their will be taken into account when they never took into account the people they butchered or tortured or raped?
These people have no rights, and the fact that we take care of them the way we do is idiotic to me.
Flat-out sociopathic? I'd call the last sentence money conscious as compared to sociopathic.
No one said you have to agree with me, but I'd prefer death-row prisoner testing rather than animal testing.
I have more love for the animals than the criminals. At least they don't butcher people.
I do advocate this use, and continue to do so, and I don't fit in with Mengele because he did not use people convicted of crimes like murder or or torture, mass-@%@%%@#!, etc. He used innocent people affected by the holocaust.
As for the tests, they're more practical tests as compared to his useless tests of "how much a person can survive in freezing water."
This test is a test of genetics that can possibly further humanity.
Do think before you categorize so quickly.