To produce the treatments, clinics are using tissue from babies killed in abortions from 6 to 12 weeks into pregnancy and stem cells obtained from destroying human embryos to inject into a client's face. The fetal cells then begin a supposed rejuvenation process that makes the skin look younger.You might say, well if the fetus was already dead, then why is it a big deal to use it for scientific advancement? O.k. good question, here is your answer:
To obtain the cells, women in underdeveloped nations are paid up to $200 dollars to carry a baby up to the optimum eight to 12 week period when the fetuses are “harvested” for their stem cells which are then sold to exclusive cosmetic clinics.These people are paying women to get pregnant, carry the child to a certain stage in pregnancy and then aborting the children to be "harvested" for their stem cells and body tissue! The word 'Amazing' comes to mind, amazing that we have gotten to such a point in human history where, instead of advancing forward, we are merely reverting backwards. One thing that I've learned from history is that we do not learn from history. How is it that these people can justify such atrocities? It boggles the mind, yet at the same time it almost makes perfect sense in a world that allows a practice such as abortion to be used as birth control by young women, citing that it is the woman's right to choose. It is no wonder that so many women today are suffering on so many levels now and are exploited more now than possibly any other time in history, yet this exploitation is a willing participation by the victim and the exploiter. So, in truth, I feel little sympathy for a person that participates in any aspect of abortion and suffers the consequences of such acts. It is their just desserts for such a monumental act of selfishness.
As far as these scientists are concerned, they are going to hell in a hand basket, filled with alcohol, sliding down a razor blade. I pray that this practice is stopped and at the least, the poeople involved will repent for their participation, for their own good.
Question to those so called atheists, amatuer scientists, evolutionists, etc. out there. Is this what science is for? Does such a practice contribute to the betterment of mankind?
My answer, if anything, this demonstrates why science cannot be reconciled without religion or a belief in God. There needs to be a moral foundation by which a scientist operates or else his work is of no real use but to those who would exploit it to its darkest ends. Science and religion cannot be separated, they go hand in hand. For science itself is a creation of God almighty.
What say you?