CDZ Question for abortion proponents

Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by Chuz Life, Jul 15, 2017.

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What is the difference between a human being in the zygote stage of their life and a zygote?

  1. There is no difference. They are the same

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  2. I will explain the difference to everybody in this thread

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  3. I am not an abortion proponent but they are the same

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  1. Chuz Life
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    Unless an until I can get a abortion proponent or anyone else to explain the physiological differences between a human being / child in the zygote stage of their life and a human "zygote" . . . I am going to go forward on the basis that abortion proponents agree with me that they are one and the same.
     
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    I agree that a woman can do as she chooses but then should the law that states when a pregnant woman is murdered it is a double murder (I don't have the actual law on hand) still be a thing? Should if be constituted as a double murder only if the woman wants it or should it be only a singular murder if she planned to get rid of it?
    It is a woman's choice but the law needs to reflect that decision in some way.
     
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    From the Encyclopedia Britannica:

    Zygote, fertilized egg cell that results from the union of a female gamete (egg, or ovum) with a male gamete (sperm). In the embryonic development of humans and other animals, the zygote stage is brief and is followed by cleavage, when the single cell becomes subdivided into smaller cells.

    Sounds to me like a human embryo is no longer a zygote when it begins to subdivide. Using that term could be an abortionist proponent's attempt to dehumanize an entity which has the potential to become a human being for the sole purpose of killing it.
     
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    A human zygote already is a human being (human organism) even before the first cell division takes place, though.

    Even Planned Parenthood acknowledges that as a biological fact.

    But most abortion proponents will never acknowledge the same.
     

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