At conception we know that most zygotes that are created will not become human life. In fact 70 percent of all conceptions will die in the first trimester and of those that live past the first trimester, 25 percent more will die before birth. Of all conceptions about 42 percent will not have the genetic code for human life. As we can see in this sonogram, a couple of percent difference in DNA does not appear to make a difference in the way the fetus looks. And the fact is that just as a human fetus’ heart can be heard, an Ape heart can also be heard. So the fact that a heart can be heard does not give proof that the fetus is comprised of enough human DNA to live as a human. The fact outlined above is that 70 percent of early and 25 percent of late-term fetuses will not survive. And many of those will not be human.
It can be seen that depending upon visual and auditory clues from a sonogram as to whether or not something is human life, will produce a false positive most of the time. Most of the time a zygote, embryo or fetus if it is possible to be viewed on a sonogram, would not show human life, even if it looked human. That is a scientific fact.