Mbelina sent me this amazing video, which shows how babies develop from the earliest stages.
This article from Life Site News explains more.
Alexander Tsiaras, Chief of Scientific Visualization in the department of Medicine at Yale University, employs new kinds of visualization technologies to view the human body.
What he has discovered, he says, “just made you marvel.”
Using micro-magnetic resonance imaging, Tsiaras tracked the development of the baby from conception to birth.
Tsiaras claims that the developing human body is “so perfectly organized a structure that it was hard not to attribute divinity to it.”
“When you actually start working on this data, its pretty spectacular,” he said at a conference affiliated with TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design).
In the video viewers see the moment when the egg is inseminated. The baby’s first cellular division takes place within 24 hours and divides anew every 12 to 15 hours.
At four weeks, the baby’s cells are now developing at one million cells per second.
After 25 days, one can see the heart chamber developing. Within 32 days, arms and legs. At 52 days, the baby’s retina, nose, and fingers have developed.
Tsiaras calls the entire process — beginning with two simple cells and resulting in what he says is the “magic of you and me” — an “unbelievable machinery.”
“The magic of the mechanisms inside each genetic structure saying exactly where that nerve cell should go — the complexities of these — the mathematical models on how these things are indeed done are beyond human comprehension, even though I am a mathematician.”
“It’s a mystery, it’s magic, it’s divinity,” says Tsiaras, adding that the complexity of building the human organism within a single system is “beyond any existing mathematics today.”
It’s important to know what unborn babies look like, especially when having discussions about abortion.