The original argument was about "human", not "a human.
A fertilized egg is not a unique human life; it's nothing until it implants and goes to term. oTherefore, it's no different than a random cell. A cell can develop into a teratoma, a form of tumor that creates random bodily structures. They are usually removed early, but have a possibility of developing enough rudimentary structures to be considered a life form. Is it wrong to deny it that chance? It's human, after all.
i know it's tough for you mutt. but be honest. the other poster was saying "a human" is the same as "human being". "a human", not "human",a significant distinction.
moreover you are responding to me, not that other poster and i have never made that claim. i only said the other posters flake of skin was "from" a human and was not a unique, individual developing human life. refute what i said and not something you just make up.