Animal Use Ethics
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Players, write down your wagers.
Let's reveal the answer to today’s Final Jeopardy question:
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Let’s see what you wrote:
What percentage of UW vivisectors give a second thought to the morality of hurting animals?
No, I’m sorry, that’s not right. And you wagered? Everything. Sorry, that leaves you with nothing.
Moving on. You put:
What percentage of the many UW primate vivisectors who spoke out against the creation of a county-sanctioned citizens’ panel to examine the university’s use of monkeys also attended and asked a question at one of the university forums put on to appease certain County Supervisors?
No, I’m sorry, that’s not right either. And you wagered? Everything. Sorry, that leaves you with nothing as well.
Now to our returning champion. Let’s see what you wrote down:
What part of the university’s current use of animals has been addressed in the three public ‘forums’ held to address the university’s current use of animals?
That’s the correct answer! Let’s see what you wagered: everything. Good job. That makes you the winner and still our Jeopardy champion.
Oh, oh. Wait a minute. The judges have ruled that all the answers are correct.