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Bliss

abortion and the destruction of unwanted children was permissible, but as out civilization has aged, it seems that such acts were no longer acceptable by rational human beings. It is an incontrovertible fact of biological science that from the moment of conception, a new human life has been created. Only those who allow their emotional passion to override their knowledge, can deny it: only those who are irrational and ignorant of science, doubt that when a human sperm fertilizes a human ovum a new human being is created. It is determined at that very moment of conception whether the baby will be a male or female, which parent he or she will look like; what blood type he will have. His whole heritage is forever fixed. The heart begins beating just 18 days after conception. If abortion is undeniably the taking of human life and yet sincere misguided people fell that it should just be a personal matter. The right to life of all human beings is undeniable. I do not think this is negotiable. It is easy to be concerned with the welfare of those we know and love, while regarding everybody as less important. Most people would rather have heard of the death of thousands in the Honduras flooding disaster than of a serious accident involving a close friend or relative. To rationalize this double standard, they pretend to themselves that the unborn child is a

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