We are all a clump of cells. Life begins at conception and that is a scientific fact. To call it a zygote, embryo, or fetus does not make it non-human. It makes it a human at a certain stage of development just like an infant, toddler, adolescent, etc. Your link looks like a baby to me. See link for references for the fact life begins at conception. https://www.princeton.edu/~prolife/articles/embryoquotes2.html Babies can survive outside the womb before 28 weeks for one. Two that is not the consensus among medical doctors and scientists. I know you think you can just say stuff and make it true, but I need some links (not memes) or something that shows 28 weeks or whatever is the "consensus". When Roe v. Wade was passed and the right to abortion was created out of thin air (not the Constitution) ultrasounds were not really a thing. Fast forward to today with 4D ultrasounds and people are starting to see the life in the womb. Call it what you want, but it is life and it is undeniable. We see that in the newest Marist poll. https://www.realclearpolitics.com/a...mericans_favor_limits_on_abortion_139205.html From that link, "In some years, including this one, more Americans may identify as pro-choice than pro-life, but more than six in 10 of those who say they are pro-choice (61 percent) join the three-quarters of all Americans in wanting abortion restricted to – again, at most – the first trimester. So do about six in 10 Democrats (59 percent), eight in 10 independents (78 percent) and nine in 10 Republicans (92 percent)." https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/pollster-ratings/ FiveThirty Eight pollster rankings give Marist Poll an "A". Put that there in case you wanted to say the poll was biased or whatever.