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Those painful needles by JusT-ShanT Those painful needles by JusT-ShanT
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skdevkota Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011
Excellent Vision over content, great thought.
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RaeSM Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2009
Gah, didn't mean to put those two smilies there. o-o sorry about that
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RaeSM Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2009
I think this was done well. Its a sad thing. Its depressing how society can kill its most innocent members. They can't defend themselves. They cannot speak for themselves. We have to speak for them..
I've done research into this subject. If the baby (Yes its a baby; fetus means child in latin if I'm not mistaken, or 'small child';) has a heartbeat, and it does at only the 5th week, its alive. Nonliving things don't have heart beats..
And by looking up this subject I learned that babies can feel pain...There is a video out there called The Silent Scream. It shows an unltrasound of a baby being aborted at 11 weeks. The abortionist, after seeing this ultrasound (i dont think he did an ultrasound before during an abortion) never did an abortion again.
Its a baby in there. Here are two links where you can see the development of the baby inside, like when their hearts starts beating, when they suck their thumb (the baby in The Silent Scream sucked her thumb shortly before she was torn apart by the abortion instrument), ect. At the very least, just look at these sites. From what I saw they are very respectful, especially the second link. They tell the facts.
research, research. You'll be surprised at what you find.

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Migitmd Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
could you expand on what you mean by this?

"Nonliving things don't have heart beats.."
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RaeSM Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2009
Sure. I simply mean that things that are not alive do not have heartbeats. There are some things that ARE alive and do not have heartbeats (like plants) but there is no such thing as a dead/nonliving thing having a heartbeat.
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Migitmd Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Ok, cause someone could have made the argument of "what about plants, they're living but have no heart beat."

on the technical side, would you consider someone that is brain dead a dead person or someone that has simply lost abstract thinking abilities?
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RaeSM Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2009
I would consider those people alive. They are not dead; if they were, they would decompose. I am aaware some believe that they are dead, but I do not.
Now I am not a doctor, so I do not know everything on brain death and similar injuries. However its obvious that they ARE alive, but they have been severely damaged and pretty much are nolonger independent. Again, I'm not an expert in this field, so I'd have to look up information in order to know more.
But bringing us back to unborn babies, they have measurable brain waves at 8 weeks! I find it amazing that these children have heartsbeats AND brain function...yet are not considered to be alive.
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Migitmd Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
It is interesting to find out that they have a heartbeat at 5 weeks and brain waves at that show up on a sensor at 8. But currently, thats the extent of my knowledge, which is kinda sad on my part. I'll have to look into it more.

but just to let you know; i'm pro choice and for the idea of stem cell research, BUT, and its a big BUT, I haven't made any more opinions than just being pro choice and for stem cell research. so until my knowledge is suitable for going further than that, i can't say anything more, at least in depth.
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RaeSM Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2009
Perhaps you can look at the second link that I posted in my very first post here; it gives more details on the development in the womb.
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aximar Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Beauriful work though I don't agree with the message.
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