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Sep
19
comment Do biological facts determine when a human fetus is considered alive and human?
When I read this question, I immediately knew it was a consequence of a debate on abortion. A biologist who supports the right to choose abortion would carefully make a distinction between the definition of something that is alive and human (like a zygote, or even the sperm and egg) and a human being (in other words, a person).
Jan
29
comment What evolutionary reason is there for having the urinary duct and reproductive organs so close together?
I thought it had been clear enough in the initial ask, but apparently I was wrong.
Jan
29
comment What evolutionary reason is there for having the urinary duct and reproductive organs so close together?
I was asking where it came from in the first place, not why it didn't change.