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Can't Separate 'mental Problems From Having Walnut-sized Brain

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 15, 2002 15:19:54 UTC

I wrote:
"But since we know that most prenatal children are only forming their minds after their brains achieve significant wiring thresholds, it seems likely that a younger foetus does not experience any regret or deprivation at all if the parents feel there was no place being prepared.

You replied:
"So? Are you saying it is alright to kill someone if they do not feel 'regret or deprivation'? What about people born with mental problems? Or people in a coma? 'They won't feel it, so let's just kill them'. No.

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