Stop putting words in my mouth. I said nothing about whether or not it "matters".<quoted text>
Can you look at this 22-week-old fetus and say it really matters if it's viable at 22 weeks or 24 weeks?
At 22 weeks' gestation:
~The fetus reacts to loud sounds.
~Baby starts having a regular sleeping and waking rhythm.
~The mother's movements can wake her baby.
~Taste buds are forming on your baby's tongue.
~~The eyebrows and eyelids are fully developed and the fingernails cover the fingertips.
~Sounds from a conversation are loud enough to be heard by the fetus in the uterus. If you talk, read or sing to your baby, it's reasonable to expect him or her to be able to hear you.
~Baby's pancreas (a super-duper organ that produces hormones and aids in digestion) is now making its own hormones for your baby's body and brain.
~Baby is actively feeling out its surroundings of skin, body parts and the umbilical cord being sensory experiences.
I corrected your mistake, that's all. By the way, I've seen many ultrasounds, and likely know more about fetal development than you do.
Is there some reason you can't stick to what is actually being discussed?
Oh, that's right, you can't refute me. Got it.