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The Law of Charity does not depend on resources

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Perhaps one of the most difficult concepts for a person to understand is that the Law of Charity http://www.Scientificabortionlaws.com outlined in the scientific laws that control abortion does not depend on resources. The law states that there are more people dying than can be saved. The theory that is most popular with regard to the law states that because there are more people dying than can be saved, one must choose whom to save. And there are only two groups that can be saved. First there are the born babies, children and adults along with the wanted fetuses and in the second group there are the unwanted fetuses. One must choose whom to save, either the born humans or the unwanted unborn fetuses.

The first and most important thing to remember is that there are more people dying than can be saved, that is the Law as it is stated. Because there are more than can be saved, one must choose whom to save. It does not matter if there are resources to save anyone or if the resources will be available to save anyone, all that matters is the choice of whom to save or whom to let die. Why, because if there are resources, each and every resource that can or will be available will be used to save those whom are born and those resources will still not be enough to save all born life. This is really a very obtuse thing for many people to understand. Most people will think that it is possible to get enough resources to save everyone. But that is impossible because everyone dies. And most people will think that they can save a certain number of one group and a certain number of the other group and that will satisfy the obligation to save those whom are already born. That is impossible because any attempt to choose to save a fetus is a choice not to save a born life.  If one chooses to save a fetus, a born baby, child or adult or even a wanted fetus will die. So under no circumstance is life saved by choosing to save a fetus. All that is possible according to scientific law is for a born person to die in exchange for the life of a fetus.

I explain later why it is foolish to even attempt to save a fetus regardless of the fact that the attempt will cause the death of a born person.

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  6. “the Law of Charity outlined in the scientific laws that control abortion” – can you provide a citations to back up the claim that it’s a scientific law? How about that it’s regarded as a law at all by anyone other than yourself?

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    • The citations are on the page with the law. The law has completed 2 years of online peer review. It is proved as a law as far as it can be proved. During the two year period there were no successful refutations of the law.
      Citations do not make a law a law. A law stands on it own merit. For example Copernicus’ laws are widely accepted today, but it took nearly 50 years for them to become accepted. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Structure_of_Scientific_Revolutions
      During those 50 years his laws were in fact laws, it was society that was lagging behind.

      The Law of Charity, like all laws, is open for discussion and refutation 24/7 and if it can be disproved will fall just as any other law. http://naturalabortionlaws.com/?page_id=31
      Laws are not voted into existence, subject to popular polls or “made up”. They either exist or they do not exist. Your opinion and my opinion are of no value to the discussion unless our opinion is proved in some way. A poll will not prove or disprove a law. .

      The claim as to how many or if there are any people that support the claim of whether or not it is a law is irrelevant. No one knows what is in the mind of others. For example you could say you can refute the law and you may be lying or telling the truth. Only an actual attempt at refutation is of any value and I encourage you to attempt to disprove the law.

      An ad hominem attack or a claim that “no one” supports a specific law is of no value..
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Structure_of_Scientific_Revolutions
      The law stands on its own merit or it fails. As to whether or not it is a law simply because you have not heard of it is also of no value to the discussion. You have likely not heard of most laws. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_scientific_laws_named_after_people

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    • Only problem..the citations are on the same page as the law…that he made up. It’s circular.

      Sorry brother, i’ve been down this road (and while I realize this post is a month old at this point, figure it still is worth saying…this argument gets really dark, really fast).

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