FTA: But perhaps you can tell me why it is a moral neutral to dispose of a living organism which will become a human being.
Not potentially, not maybe. This small organism will become a person every single time. It will not become anything else. If it survives, the result will be exactly the same kind of organism that you are now. A human being.
There are two kinds of people. There are the people who are born, grow, live their lives, and die. For example me and you.
And there are the other people.
They are disposable. They are optional. They are possibilities that we do not want. They are not born. They are not given the opportunity to grow or live lives. But they do die.
Interesting science factoid: Scientists have yet to discover an intrinsic difference between the disposables and the other people. We have yet to find the difference, at any stage of development pre-birth, between a disposable human being, and you. Interestingly, there does not appear to be a demand for a genetic test to be used during pregnancy to determine whether you are carrying a real child or a disposable one.
Since our laws allow one unborn person of say, thirty weeks gestation to be called a person, nurtured…
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