Life Begins At Fertilization (Scientific Evidence)

In 2014, a team of scientists from Northwestern University has captured images of the flash-light that sparks the very moment a human sperm cell makes a contact with an egg. Scientists have also found out that some eggs “burn” brighter than others! They claim the healthier the egg is, the brighter it will “burn”. Allegedly, light is the phenomenon caused by exploding zinc.

Those discoveries and observations were made possible by fluorescent sensors, that were able to track movements of zinc in live cells. The team witnessed the spectacular reaction of zinc to fertilization. By their estimations,8 BILLION zinc atoms “exploded” in the first two hours after fertilization. They called this phenomenon “the firework of life”.

Miss Teresa Woodruff said, “To see the zinc radiate out in a burst from each human egg was breathtaking.”.

Courtesy of Northwestern University

Miss Eve Feinberg said, “This is an important discovery because it may give us a non-invasive and easily visible way to assess the health of an egg and eventually an embryo before implantation”.

Zinc plays a vital role in the development of a healthy embryo. The more zinc is released, the brighter the light, and more viable the egg.

Sir Thomas O’Halloran said, “The egg first has to stockpile zinc and then must release some of the zinc to successfully navigate maturation, fertilization, and the start of embryogenesis.”

The following scientists came to the same conclusion as Northwestern University scientists:

  • Miss Marjorie A. England: “Life Before Birth” published in 1996
  • Keith L. Moore: “Essentials Of Human Embryology” published in 1988
  • National Bioethics Advisory Commission: “Cloning Human Beings” published in 1997
  • Ida G. Dox: “Harper Perrenial” published in 1993
  • William Walters: “Test-Tube Babies” published in 1982
  • Jan Langman: “Medical Embryology” published in 1975
  • Douglas Considine: “Van Nostrand” published in 1976
  • Works of Dr. John Eppig, published in 1994
  • Works of T.W. Sadler, published in 1995
  • Works of Jonathan Van Blerkom, published in 1994
  • Keith L. Moore: “Before We Were Born”, published in 1993
  • William J. Larsen: “Human Embryology”, published in 1997

Dr. Micheline Matthews-Roth, a Harvard Medical School researcher said, “The beginning of the human life is at the time of conception.”

Professor Hymie Gordon of Mayo Clinic said, “By ALL the criteria of modern molecular biology, life is present from the moment of conception.”

Dr. Jerome LeJeune, a professor of genetics at the University of Descartes in Paris said, “After fertilization has taken place a new human being has come into being. It is no longer a matter of taste or opinion but plain evidence. Each individual has a neat beginning, at conception.”

Dr. Watson A. Bowes of the University of Colorado Medical School said: “The beginning of a single human life is from a biological point of view a simple and straightforward matter… the beginning is conception.”

Ashley Montague, a geneticist, and professor at Harvard and Rutgers said: “The basic fact is simple: life begins not at birth, but conception.”

There are many more scientists whose names won’t be included in this article, for the point has been made: we’ve made a mistake.

As Dr. Jerome LeJeune stated, opinions don’t matter. Facts do! The fact that life starts at conception yet over a billion abortions have been carried out since 1970 is alarming.

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