Thu, 05 Jul 2012 6:09p.m.
South Korea has shocked conservationists by announcing it plans to join Japan and begin ‘scientific whaling’.
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6/07/2012 1:43:17 a.m.
Mike Gibb wrote:
It is complete rubbish that South Korea is starting whaling for scientific reasons. If one nation is already doing "scientific whaling" then that is all that is necessary. Science doesn't differ from nation to nation.
Furthermore, it has become even clearer over the years that Japan's whaling isn't for scientific research. If it was then where is the research? Science requires publishing the results; the data; the research, in peer reviewed journals. But has Japan published one single article?
5/07/2012 11:39:17 p.m.
Appalling decision from South Korea - boycott trade with them until they reverse their decision!Fiah stocks are already depleted - it's like a race to empty the ocean.
5/07/2012 10:34:26 p.m.
western nations raping the seas will complain, how dare they resume whaling while we are over fishing the oceans
5/07/2012 6:53:25 p.m.
Hideyoshi Toyotomi wrote:
A welcome development. Momentum is growing towards a normalisation of the whaling industry in light of the success of the moratorium on commercial whaling. AS such, the moratorium should be subject of review.
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