Discussion in 'Politics' started by SpidermanTuba, May 4, 2010.
A simple question
Wrong, its miss worded. the life of a human embryo starts at conception but so many more factors need to happen in order for that to develop to an actual human being. Major one, which fails something like 80% of the time, is implanting into the uterus. So billions of fertilized embryos get flushed out and die cause they didn't in plant a year, and that's likely being conservative in number.
Yes, and I am anti-abortion. I am also opposed to the death penalty.
Not a simple question,.... as you did not give your criteria for life and you purposely only use conception.... the criteria for life that a fertilized egg does not have have been repeatedly pointed out to you in the other thread
Depends. Seriously. If you mean cellular activity and mitosis, then yes. If you mean human life then no.
You are also a moron, but that wasn't the question nor in the poll. Can you TRY to stay on topic?
yep .... that is when life begins ...
have all the abortions you want ..... but at least be honest that you are killing off a life....
i am pro death penalty .... take away all the rights of someone else and you should lose all yours as well....
The necessary parts for life are completed at implantation (as explained to you before, and you choose to ignore, because you have a preconceived argument chain you wish to follow for your troll behavior)... I am pro life/anti abortion procedure and I am WHOLEHEARTEDLY for the death penalty for proven maniacal murderers
a. Formation of a viable zygote by the union of the male sperm and female ovum; fertilization.
b. The entity formed by the union of the male sperm and female ovum; an embryo or zygote.
conception - definition of conception by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
Dr Gregg is right, life really doesn't begin until the fertilized eggs implants on the uterine wall, if it fails to do that, it will never form into a baby.
How about you ask anyone who has ever bought a condom.
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