The “Zygote Uncertainty Principle”
“It is impossible to tell at fertilization if a zygote is alive, human, or will live to birth.”
Until the DNA of the genotype expresses the correct phenotype it is impossible to tell if the product of conception is alive, has enough human DNA to live as a human or if it will live to birth.
The formation of a zygote is controlled by living DNA that is the product of random selection within a defined mass of DNA made available in the process of fertilization. The DNA of the zygote is comprised of newly fused genetic materials that cannot reveal their properties until a chain of events occurs that reveals the DNA’s natural properties. The DNA must be tested through time and proved by processes (DNA expression) that are run from information coded in the original DNA of the sperm and egg that was passed forward from the original DNA of the human species. The process of genetic “expression” must occur as the constituent parts of the DNA are exposed in a sequential series of events that transpire over the period of time before and during a human lifecycle. The sequence of events began with the creation of the first DNA more than 3.5 million years ago and is partly coded within the instant DNA that is the product of fertilization. The code of the fused DNA is laid down in a series of time dependent processes that must occur in a specified series of events in a process that is indigenous to the instant DNA.
Until the process of expression extends to a point where viability is confirmed, one cannot tell if the DNA of the genotype will express a phenotype that can in fact live as a human, is comprised of living human DNA, is alive or will live to viability. The natural point at which this occurs is with a viable birth.