This is an Opinion Article authored by Richard Lee Orey
If someone you know is contemplating an abortion or backing
the concept of aborting a human fetus, I suggest that for their
own peace of mind they would be well-advised first to see
an amazing video created by Nobel prize winner Alexander
Using the very newest biological scanning technology, this
amazing video documents a human life from the moment of
its earliest biological existence to its birth and entry into our
social world, a feat which earned Tsiaris and his professional
associates the Nobel prize.
This video clearly shows the viewer that the only difference
between a human life at 6 days after conception, for example,
and 6 days after birth is simply a matter of its stage of
biological development at any given moment in time.
To validly posit that a human fetus at 6 days after conception
is somehow not really a human life is as incomprehensible as
saying that a child of 6 days of age or of 6 years of age is not
a real human life. A human life at every age and time before
and after birth is simply a human life in process of
biological development and transition until the
moment of its death.
Going back in chronological time, for example, from a human
life at 6 years of age to some age at which one might assert
a human life is not yet truly a human life--such as 6 days
after conception--that assertion is factually unsupportable because,
as visually demonstrated in this video, the human life actually
exists and can be seen from the very moment of its conception.
In this Conception-to-Birth video, we readily see a human life at
its moment of creation and in its early processes of biological
development transitioning to its future birth and entry into our
Utilizing the latest technology in human scanning and
visualization on a microbiological level, Nobel prize
winners AlexanderTsiaris and associates show in this video that
the plain, observable fact is that from the very moment of
conception, there exists no "non-human" time. At absolutely
any and every point in time from the moment of conception
onward, we can actually observe a real human life.
The simple fact remains that the only distinction that can be
made between one stage in a biological human life to another
stage in that same biological human life is to point out the
particular biological stage that that human life form is in at any
given moment in its life cycle, such as: Prenatal, Neonatal,
Infancy, Childhood, Puberty, Adolescence, Adulthood and
As clearly demonstrated in this Conception-to-Birth video,
human life begins at the moment of conception. Every moment
of the human life cycle from the first to the last--from conception
to death--is simply a stage of biological progression. At
every moment in time from its conception to its termination, this
biological life is a human life in a stage progression traceable
from its first moment of existence to its last moment of existence.
In this frame of reference, biological human life exists from
the very moment of conception to the moment when its
biological life ceases. In short, human life exists uninterrupted
from conception to death.
So, if a person is contemplating an act of abortion or
contemplating supporting the act of another in aborting a human
fetus, a responsible first step for them is to gather and consider
reliable information on what a prenatal human life is and what it
means to terminate its life by means of abortion. In that regard,
let me invite you to view this amazing Conception-to-Birth video
This video begins with a brief and somewhat technical scientific
commentary but quickly moves into highly revealing biological
visualizations. I found it spellbinding.
In conclusion, let me say that if you will take a few minutes to
review my posted article on Authorsden titled, "O, Dear God,
Tell Me Why!" you will learn in my posted footnote to that article
that I am an actual survivor of an attempted abortion. You then
will understand why this amazing video is so incredibly soul-
stirring to me, personally, and why I close this article by saying,
"Thank you, God, for my gift of life. I am so blessed."
Review comments to this Opinion Article are sincerely invited.