Please explain to me how you can be want to force women to bear unwanted babies, but are OK with in vitro fertilization (I am assuming that because you didn’t gripe about it before).
Please explain how an abortion is any different than the results of in vitro fertilization.
I believe that the embryos that are created are living beings, and therefore, scientists are killing or freezing human beings. I believe that I’ve been singular in my focus, and have only responded to rabbit trails when posed by him and Musicguy. In other words, I don’t take my comments to be exhaustive of my beliefs on the issue, only indicative of my beliefs on the different topics as presented.
I don’t agree with IVF, and I believe that it is like abortion.
Please show me where you read that Plan B is to be taken 6 weeks after fertilization? Please show me where you read that ru486 is to be taken no less than 6 weeks after fertilization.
For what reason would you ask to me to provide this kind of information? Plan B states that it is most effective right after intercourse. RU486 I’m less familiar with, but I believe that it also wants to be used in the first trimester for most effectiveness.
The only link I can possibly find between these questions and our discussion is my statement that all abortions stop a beating heart and measurable brainwaves– where both are present at 6 weeks. So, I guess I need to clarify myself here. Every abortion procedure (the surgical kind) stops a beating heart and ends measurable brain waves. Since I believe that life begins at conception, if Plan B prevents implantation, then it could be said that this form of abortion does not stop a beating heart– it does end a life.
However, ru486 (according to my understanding, I’m open for correction) is taken to stop a pregnancy in process, and all abortion procedures are done after 6 weeks. I think that if we looked a percentage of abortions, the numbers that we have hard data for would indicated that the above statement is correct (since I don’t know of a measure where we could test for an embryo being denied implantation with any kind of reliability).
So, for the purpose of discussion, I stand by my statement and the 6 week marker.