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Saturday, December 19, 2009

My Way News - Health bill revives abortion issue for young women

My Way News - Health bill revives abortion issue for young women

Neither Beth Fouhy nor Jalena Woehr know when life begins :

"Everyone, if they step back from the hotness of the political environment, can acknowledge that nobody really knows when life begins," Woehr said, adding many young feminists seek "a little more agreement that everyone wants fewer abortions."

But the pro life people, who's existence is not acknowledged in the above quoted article, do know. We learned it in biology class, or when studying embryology, or from our colleagues, friends and elders.

If Beth or Jalena knew we existed then they might feel somewhat self conscious about not having information which is possessed by the majority of adult Americans.

Pharmer does remember, after years of taunting reporters and journalists about the information they had failed to pick up in school, FINALLY seeing ABC acknowledge fertilization processes and the formation of the human organism during their evening time national news broadcast.

After thirty minutes of brow beating one can usually obtain an admission from the abortion supporters that the question is not about  information gathered by science about the  formation of sexually reproducing organisms. Rather it is more often about their personal RELIGIOUS belief about when human life accrues value. The most honest ones might assert their own moral authority for determining which and when humans may be killed.  Contemplating this  reveals the abortion proponents  to be very scary neighbors.

Learn   HERE  from Embryologists  when the life of a human organism begins.

And Note that THIS IS HOW LONG we've been aware of the the Beginning of Life for sexually reproducing organisms.

"[But] it was
only in 1876 that Oscar Hertwig [1849-1922] and Herman Fol [1845-
1892] independently demonstrated sperm entry into the egg and the
union of the two cells' nuclei."

Scott F. Gilbert: Developmental Biology. 6th Edtion. Sinauer
Assoc. 2000, p.185.

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