Getting oxygen is. The unborn require oxygen, and it's provided like this ...Is breathing air a requirement for all human life?
"A baby's lungs start to develop inside the uterus during the first 13 weeks. The fetus grows an umbilical cord attached to the mother's placenta, connected to the uterine lining.
Emerging from the baby's stomach, the cord contains two arteries and a vein. The vessels form connecting coils, embedded in a jelly with a thin cover, resembling a soft, twisted rope.
As the mother inhales, oxygen enters her blood through the heart and lungs, and oxygen travels through the placenta and into the fetus's tiny blood vessels. The baby rids its body of carbon dioxide the same way, except in reverse."
You've certainly managed to find a stupid non-issue to make a big deal over.Since according to you, it's a baby when conceived, why don't parents name the "baby" the second the woman knows she is pregnant?
Most parents don't have a name picked out before they find out they're pregnant. Maybe you should push for a law forcing people to choose a name before they're allowed to get pregnant.