just look at the words they use: "a little like", "that's like", "This seems". i'm afraid that that kind of things can't be treated as truth or evidence.
So you have no experience with science then? The situations are similar but different. How does one indicate that to you?
again, the link you gave is just an opinion, a conjecture, not a proved truth.
Again, your experience with science must be non-existent. It is evidence of the similarities between negative stimuli in animals and plants, which you call pain.
pain is a kind of feeling, also related to nerve and brain function, which plants do not have. it's also a common sense.
The information you give is just an opinion, a conjecture, not a proved truth .... If one defines pain as requiring a brain and nerve functions, perhaps, but that is called begging the question in the things called logical fallicies.
no need to find fault with the words. they are obviously innocent, in comparason of the adults who do the same thing. at least you can't use the same standard to judge adults and children.
More assumptions supported by the assumption it makes?
By the way, do you know what the situation in my country is? Most people there know little about animals right. Many people mistreat animals without any guilty. They say "they are just animals","they are unimportant" when they eat their pet dogs. So far there is not any animal welfare law to punish them, because many people do not accept it. And if someone introduce animal welfare law to them, they will act shemelessly and say the false concept loudly, just like "oh, animals do not have pain", "oh, plants have life, why dont you protect them". The words you picked up to support your opinion really remind me of those people.
That might be due to the fact that animals have no rights as they have not given themselves any rights nor do the recognize or defend said rights in relation to themselves or other animals.