Bill Nye proves that atheists who claim to love science are really just picking the parts they like and that they think they understand. They are hostile to the most basic and obvious truths when it gets in the way of their God-mocking immorality. In this case, Nye is a pro-abortion “bro-choice” sissy lying about science because that is easier than protecting the weak like real men do.
In a new viral video starring Bill Nye, the famed “Science Guy” declares that laws protecting “unborn people” are “based on ignorance” and reflect “a deep scientific lack of understanding.” He also says that if you support such laws, you “literally or apparently literally don’t know what you’re talking about.” Nye’s video was released during an ongoing battle in Congress over sending taxpayers’ money to Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider. Several large media outlets have glowingly covered the video, including the Washington Post, Newsweek, and the Huffington Post. Nye’s central argument is that human embryos should not be protected by law, because many of them perish from natural causes before they implant in the womb. Based on this, he claims that if you think life begins at fertilization and is worthy of protection: Then whom are you going to sue? Whom are you going to imprison? Every woman who’s had a fertilized egg pass through her? Every guy who’s sperm has fertilized an egg and then it didn’t become a human? Have all these people failed you? Source: Bill Nye’s abortion claims are not rooted in science
That’s a ridiculous argument — especially for an alleged science guy. I encourage those using the miscarriage argument or some hybrid of it to consider these distinctions:
A. Human being dies of natural causes (inside or outside the womb)
B. Human being is deliberately killed by a 3rd party (inside or outside the womb)
Miscarriages would be in category A and abortions are in category B. I think most people can see that they are significantly different. Grandma dying of natural causes vs. you bludgeoning her to death are slightly different occurrences.
Also, fertilized eggs are human beings. See any embryology textbook, or use common sense.