Teenage Mutant Hermaphrodite Mothers





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Uploaded on Jul 22, 2010

Logical proof that a fetus is not part of its mother's body!

First Syllogism:
Premise 1: The mother is a human.
Premise 2: All humans have 46 chromosomes.
Conclusion: The mother has 46 chromosomes.

Second Syllogism:
Premise 1: A prenatal human is a part of its mother.
Premise 2: 46 chromosomes outside the mother's original 46 are a part of the prenatal human
Conclusion: The mother has a total of 92 chromosomes.

Now we have a problem with logical consistency. It cannot true that the mother has 46 chromosomes while at the same time having 92. Since we know as a matter of scientific fact that all humans have 46 chromosomes then either the mother is no longer a human when she becomes pregnant or the zygote/embryo/fetus is not a part of its mother. Since we know the mother is a human we know that the fetus/embryo/zygote is not a part of the mother.

NOTE: I am aware that there are genetic anomalies like Trisomy 13, 18 and 21. So technically speaking, not -all- humans have 46 chromosomes. However, I am speaking in terms of standard human specimens as this is customary in text books on biology, genetics, ecology, ext. Even if we acknowledge these anomalies we still know that the healthy human mother has 46 chromosomes not 92. In addition, 23 of the chromosomes come from the mother. So I do not know if these would count as additional chromosomes so much as duplicated chromosomes. If you have more information I'd be very much obliged if you educated me. The other 23, however, are additional one way or the other.

On the Three Checkpoints:
On Logical Consistency:


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