@mindhog I'm not. The zygote's development is self-directed from the time conception finishes (a 3-day process after fertilization). If a fetus (literally Latin for offspring) doesn't count as human life, what are we? Because nothing about us genetically changes from womb to room. Anything else is justification for convenience.
@chillanarchist01 Nothing may genetically change (given a very strict definition of genetics) but a good many other things do.
We are much more than our genetic blueprints.
@mindhog yes, but as a species it is our genetics that separate us from other primates. We are, strictly speaking, human beings from fertilization until death.
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