I did not make up my own definition of viable. I used the Supreme Courts definination of viable.
Supreme Court on Abortion - Roe vs. Wade legalized abortion for full nine monthsthe Court sustained a statute defining viability as a stage where the fetus's life ``may be continued outside the womb by the natural or artificial life-supportive systems''.
The first miscarriage was early in the pregnancy.
Early miscarriages happen quite often so they are not unexpected.
In fact 90 percent of all miscarriages happen in the first trimester.
My second miscarriage was about 20 weeks gestation and it was very malformed and never would have viable even if I had carried it longer. That was the hard one especially since I accidentally saw it and saw how deformed it was.
2.) please stop lying it only makes you look silly, can you point out where i denied the fact that a new set of DNA is created? thats right i never did LMAO
if you disagree by all means prove your lie and quote me I cant wait LOL
so now if you would actually like to get on topic and stop embarrassing yourself and understand what i factually and actually said id be glad too.
Also while you are at it, feel free to qoute me calling anything a fact that isnt and any opinion of mine i pushed as fact. Id LOVE to read it.
also i said its meaningless to the abortion debate because regardless of what anybody calls it or considers it the some foundation of the debate still exists.
the entity, baby, kid, life, ZEF, zygote, fetus, child, jane, john etc is inside the woman, is not viable until 21 weeks at best and its presences alone is a risk of life.
I eagerly await you post and let me know if you need educated on anything else i ACTUALLY said
Here is what I have....
Although the majority of pregnancies and deliveries are uneventful, some involve complications that range from minor to life threatening...
Discovery Health "Pregnancy Complications Overview"While he was United States Surgeon General, Dr. C. Everett Koop stated publicly that in his thirty-eight years as a pediatric surgeon, he was never aware of a single situation in which a preborn child’s life had to be taken in order to save the life of the mother. He said the use of this argument to justify abortion in general was a “smoke screen.”
Due to significant medical advances, the danger of pregnancy to the mother has declined considerably since 1967. Yet even at that time Dr. Alan Guttmacher of Planned Parenthood acknowledged, “Today it is possible for almost any patient to be brought through pregnancy alive, unless she suffers from a fatal illness such as cancer or leukemia, and, if so, abortion would be unlikely to prolong, much less save, life.” Dr. Landrum Shettles says that less than 1 percent of all abortions are performed to save the mother’s life.
What about a woman whose life is threatened by pregnancy or childbirth? - Resources - Eternal Perspective Ministries
the risk might be extremely low, the risk might be extremely high but every single one has an amount of risk and your sites support this
the risk being low in the majority of cases is meaningless, is that a defense if i force you to risk your life against you will?
There are certain situations where pregnancy is a high risk to the mother, however, this is not the norm, or even close to it.
2.) ive never dehumanized the ZEF in my life nor did "i" call it a parasite in this thread, i pointed out that if one uses parasite in the proper context it is 100% factually accurate
3.) i have disclosed it plenty, the problem is the amount of risk doesnt matter
4.) of course not if they CHOOSE too or at least have some leigh way to do so before forced too thats great
5.) why would you ever think this, seem you never get anything right assume tons of things and have no logical backing for them at all LMAO
I love my kid, im a single dad and i won full sole custody almost 10 years ago now
i also love the rights, freedoms and liberties in my country and i dont want them stripped away from woman. A compromise would work but anything thats a total ban or mostly a ban and vice versa (unlimited or mostly unlimited) is unacceptable to me
anything else you would like to know or need corrected about