I’m Just a Clump of Cells

Physically, each of us is only just a clump of cells. This clump of cells starts at the moment of conception. Our cells change as we get older but each clump of cells contains our own DNA that makes each of us unique, wonderful and beautiful humans. I was thinking about this the other day. At this point in time, I’m a middle-aged clump of cells that has a few expanded fat cells, but I’m still a clump of cells. Since the moment of my conception until now, the only consistence within my body is the fact that no matter what stage of life I’ve lived through, I am and I have always been a clump of cells.

At conception a unique organism comes into existence. This unique organism has its own DNA and is the offspring of human parents. Each human exists at the moment of conception and is constantly changing. The heart beat will start as early as 18-24 days after conception. By the ninth month there will be a total of 41 generations of cell replication. This doesn’t sound like much, but considering a human has a total of 45 generations of cell replication by mature adulthood – 41 generations is HUGE.

Abortion providers will argue that a pre-born human is not human, it’s a clump cells. This argument is just stupid and deceptive. Like I said, we all are a clump of cells. An abortion is not like having a mole removed or cutting your nails. When you cut your nails, nobody dies. When you have an abortion, at least one human dies.

2 Comments

  1. Well put…

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  2. Reblogged this on kebeneij and commented:
    …At conception a unique organism comes into existence. This unique organism has its own DNA and is the offspring of human parents. Each human exists at the moment of conception and is constantly changing. The heart beat will start as early as 18-24 days after conception…

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