Life begins at conception....

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zachya

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One month old. It's right there in the title, man.
 

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but the conceived embryo was frozen 27 years ago.

Embryo is defined as a fertilized egg that is 2 to 8 weeks POST conception.

Conception occurred 27 years ago for this child. Isn't this child 27 years old ?
Well there's fair chance she voted for Biden so that would support the 27 year old side of the debate.
 

zachya

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but the conceived embryo was frozen 27 years ago.

Embryo is defined as a fertilized egg that is 2 to 8 weeks POST conception.

Conception occurred 27 years ago for this child. Isn't this child 27 years old ?
One month old. It's right there in the title, man.
One month fresh out the womb. At this point you're just trolling, right?
 

zachya

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You know how I know you're Republican? Because you don't read past the title...
You're right. Turns out she's a 64 year old relator in Alamosa, CO, and NOT a almost-one month old kid. Talk about a clickbait headline.
 

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but the conceived embryo was frozen 27 years ago.

Embryo is defined as a fertilized egg that is 2 to 8 weeks POST conception.

Conception occurred 27 years ago for this child. Isn't this child 27 years old ?
Simply, NO
 

Cimarron

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I wonder if this fertilized embryo had been mishandled or damaged during its 27 years being frozen if it would have counted as an abortion ?

It is an interesting rabbit hole to go down if the idea that life begins at conception is held as an absolute
Life begins at conception.
 

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Life: the condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death.