Science confirms that human life begins at conception, even if the pro-choice movement tends to look upon this as if it were some kind of witchcraft chant.
These images were created for a National Geographic 2014 special called “In The Womb: Animals” by Producer Peter Chinn. He used a combination of ultrasound technology, tiny cameras, and computer design to create these incredible images that replicate what fetal animals look like. This is an incredible window into the womb (or egg as the case may be), laying bare the mysteries of the beginning of life!
Unborn Polar Bears
Unborn Clump of Cells?
Wait a minute, what? That’s an unborn human being isn’t it? For every other entry in this series, we realized that the animal inside the womb was the same type of thing as the animal outside the womb so why is it different for human beings? Wouldn’t it be dehumanizing to use dissociative language like “clump of cells” in this instance?
Scientific illiteracy is a difficult beast to wrangle, chiefly because it is self-informing and debilitating. When you don’t know you’re wrong on the basic facts, and you don’t know you don’t know you’re wrong, you’ve already dug yourself a hole twice too deep to crawl out of. The illiteracy is exacerbated when willful and self-imposed. It informs a whole host of other problems as well – bad policy, cultural ignorance, a kind of bull-headed and furious obstinacy.
It is a sad fact that they are pro-abortionist who fully recognize the fundamental humanity of unborn human beings but who prefer the right to murder them. While you may not think it is fair to call these people monsters, what do you think they will be called 100 years from now when abortion has been outlawed and seen for the barbarous practice it is? What do we call the slave traders or the cotton barons who built their fortunes on the broken backs of the enslaved?
Until then we must morn for the death of millions of children murdered at will, children who are seen as less than human.
The pictures at National Geographic have been removed but you can still see them at this link.