IS the human fetus a parasite according to science? and other stuff.


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I saw this on yahoo:


FETUS IS NOT A BABY (GOOGLE THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT CHART), but a parasite because the classification of the biological relationship that is based on the behavior one organism (fetus) and how it relates to the woman's body:

as a zygote, it invaded the woman's uterus using its TROPHOBLAST cells, hijacked her immune system by using NEUROKININ B and HCG--- so her body doesn't kill it, steals her nutrients to survive, and causes her harm or potential death.

wikipedia org/wiki/Trophoblast

"The placenta functions as an immunological barrier between the mother and the fetus, creating an immunologically privileged site. For this purpose, it uses several mechanisms:
It secretes Neurokinin B containing phosphocholine molecules. This is the same mechanism used by parasitic nematodes to avoid detection by the immune system of their host.[2]"
wikipedia org/wiki/Immune_tolerance_in_pregnancy

" Due to its highly-negative charge, hCG may repel the immune cells of the mother, protecting the fetus during the first trimester. It has also been hypothesized that hCG may be a placental link for the development of local maternal immunotolerance."
wikipedia org/wiki/Human_chorionic_gonadotropin

"It is also possible for a symbiotic relationship to exist between two organisms of the same species."
answers com/topic/symbiosis -- Gale's Science of Everyday Things.

just like a parasitic twin --- wikipedia org/wiki/Parasitic_twin

"an animal or plant that lives in or on another (the host) from which it obtains nourishment. The host does not benefit from the association and is often harmed by it"
thefreedictionary com/parasite

pregnancy CAUSES HARM: thelizlibrary org/liz/004 htm

thedailybeast com/newsweek/blogs/the-human-condition/2010/06/25/does-the-fetus-feel-pain-uk-report-says-no

galerouth blogspot com/

White Rabbit

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And I agree thta a fetus is not a baby but it is alive!

This is something of a controversial topic, you can look at this from many angles:

is it a baby when sperm and egg and separated?
is a baby once fertilized?
how long does it take to become a baby

is an Apple an Apple when its just a bud on the tree or is an Apple once it's red plump juicy and delicious.

The fact of the matter is depending on what your point of view is and what constitutes the difference between a baby and a fetus.

is a living entity once it has consciousness? But what determines when consciousness is intact is another story altogether. So like you can ask the fetus. So we can look at this from spirituality standpoint or you can look at this from a scientific standpoint.

There is a stage before a fertilized egg becomes a fetus and that is what is referred to as a zygote.
Is a zygote alive?
What makes something alive?
Who determines what is alive?