-1- wrote: ↑
Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:05 am
Walker wrote: ↑
Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:46 am
I once heard that 90% of complete human growth occurs inside the womb.
Can this be twue?
No, it's not twue.
So you probably did not hear it on the Internet, but heard it in some bible-study group. They like to use false and misleading statistics and science "facts" in those circles, more so than in communist regimes.
Here's the math proof:
You grow from 0 inches to fourteen inches inside the womb.
Outside the womb you grow from 14 inches to 60-80 inches on the average.
This means that only 13.8430 percent of human growth occurs in the womb.
Numbers don't lie. Humans lie, because we are not sheer numbers. Although our sheer numbers are... finish this sentence for me, will ya, please.
Never been to one * .
Is that what they talk about, -1-?
It sounds twue, when you consider …
The actual difference between 0 and 21 is much greater than the difference between 21 and 72, when 0 represents none of a human life
rather than merely an abstract concept that exists only in the mind.
Human life is not an abstract concept, a body is meat (thing), and a human is more than meat.
The difference between no-human and functional human (newborn) is much greater than the difference between a thing and more of that thing. From zero to living is a gap so big humans still can't bridge it.
Maybe an entity a trillion times smarter than a human can figure out that 0-21 part, eh?
What would you call such an entity?
The difference between an extremely low-maintenance pump that can last for 80 years +, and no pump, is a much greater difference than the difference between a small pump and a large pump.
Your confusion of math with reality can also be found in other walks of life, such as the $40-$200 trillion Green Energy Plan dreamed up by that little Bonx progressive who was raised elsewhere within the advantages and protections of money.
* Other than being dragged to Sunday school a few times as a tyke (pre-airconditioning) where we learned of bible stories ... and the ceremonial prayers that precede public functionary events.