NASA Astrophysicist Has a Different Take on Abortion
Working for NASA on astronaut visual communications, the Chief Scientific Visualization engineer discovered something he really didn’t know about abortion, of all things.
In [About TED], Alexander Tsiaras sets things straight for the unknowing entrepreneur. He has been working on robotic pods for astronauts, and delved into the topic of pregnancy and fetal birth with visualization. But his group used photography never before seen.
As a medical professional, and clinical researcher on the cusp of technology, he chooses wording rarely used before in his profession. He used the word “divinity” twice. Scientists rarely do this. In other words, he directly indicated only someone like “God” could have been responsible for what he saw. He documented it in this video [http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=fKyljukBE70].
In the presentation, every pregnancy results in an incredible trilinear [Trilinear interpolation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia] fetus beyond mental grasp. Every part of the baby is made of collagen, which divides every 15 hours. At 4 weeks, the fetus is gaining 4 million cells/second. At 25 days when the heart is formed and systems are developing quickly, if this growth rate is continued, the baby would weigh 1.5 tons at birth.
With everything made of collagen (naturally occurring proteins looking like ‘ropes’) filling the body, structural changes with the collagen occur in only one place. Instead of being very opaque, it grows in a grid formation and becomes transparent—but only in the cornea of an eye. What makes collagen do this? What, or Who, orders this highly intricate building process which has produced 7 billion humans alive today by this very method?
Existing “folds” in the brain can store more info than an unfolded stem. Nerve cells which send pain are located strategically in the body. Arteries supply blood, and veins remove waste.
This incredible trilinear baby has produced myriads of capillaries, vessels, and veins growing inside for 9 months. Tsiaras reveals there’s over 60,000 miles of these vessels in the system of the infant by birth. At this point, only one mile of vessels is visible to the unaided eye. The rest is so small, it needs a microscope.
Two simple cells come together, a sperm and an ovum, and with the billions of complexities of the “instruction sets” on how to make a human being, that is a mobile, immunological, cardiovascular system, that can nurture others. The author says this complexity is beyond comprehension, even for today’s modern astrophysicists.
Even before this groundbreaking study was conducted, the Bush Administration (2002) had amended the current Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). It correctly classified the unborn child, or the developing fetus, as an “unborn child”. It allowed states to extend health benefits to babies as young as fertilized embryos.
However, the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” (“PPACA”) [ObamaCare – Conservapedia], a federal law signed by Obama, reformed many facets of the health insurance industry. One of the first was rescinding the Bush amendment on CHIP assistance for an unborn child.
Was the unborn child not considered worthy of any assistance because of the status of ‘not yet born’? Had the current administration taken into account the billions of intricacies involved with growing a human person? Had they assumed the small child had not yet received his soul?
One only has to put together words like “divinity”, “beyond comprehension”, “intricate building process”, and “4 MM cells/sec” to come to the correct conclusion. It seems another has opened up his eyes to the truth.
Kevin Roeten can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.