It's unbelievably selfish. Take a living thing out of its natural habitat and place it is a cage simply so that we can look at it? Selfish and inhumane. There is no justification for the suffering we put the animals through. There is also no environmental value to caging animals in Zoos either. Game reserves, ok. National Parks, ok. Zoos with cages or relatively small enclosures. Selfish.
Of course it is The Indian Prime Minister himself says so. He said Indians were ashamed of being from India because India is a shithole country.
And the one Indian on DDO lied about India's achievements to make India look better because he was ashamed of India. There is no better proof of shitholery than this.
There is no reason we why not. Einstein was able to arrive at physical truths about the natural world using only logic. Given that both Evolution and Theology make claims, we can evaluate those claims and see first if they are logical, and second if they conform to what we know and observe about the universe and its laws. As an example, here is a simplified train of logic.
1. Evolution says all living things have a single common ancestor. 2. It says that there are many different possible way organisms could have evolved. 3. Evolution says that life springing up on Earth was a natural probable event given the conditions on Earth at the time.
Now add to these claims that Logic tells us the formation of proteins occurred at many spots on the ancient Earth. Some died out and did not make it to "life". Others obviously made it.
How probable is it that out of the entire surface of the Earth, only one little site of forming proteins made it to life? No, there probably would have been several that "made it". (Mathematics is logic)
The chances are astronomical that either 1. Organisms today do not all belong on the same "Tree of Life", 2. The claims above (and others) made by Evolution are incorrect, or Evolution is untrue.
This does not settle the question but demonstrates that we can move towards the resolution using logic. The same process (though a little more in depth than above in a real investigation) can be done for Theology.