1000 Wells

Written on January 11th, 2007 by Shawn Anthony

Thanks to the National Geographic Channel’s breathtaking & revolutionary 4D fetal scans, we can “witness unique footage of multiple fetuses interacting with each other before birth: reaching, touching, fighting and even engaging in game-playing that can continue after they are born“. “In the Womb: Multiples” airs on Sunday January 14 8P et/9P pt. ‘Till then, check out this convenient video preview. Honestly, I’m not sure how abortion activists can continue to advance their position after viewing the video preview and/or 4D scans of fetuses in the womb (too, during the first two weeks after fertilization, the egg can split into identicals and in as few as seven to 10 days after fertilization, the egg or blastocyst implants into the uterine wall.). At any rate, as the father of twins, I’ll be watching the National Geographic Channel on January 14. So, so interesting …

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