But Who's Counting?


Remember that piece from Moira Weigel at The Atlantic that tried to argue that there's little that's real or scientific about what we see on ultrasound images of the unborn? Remember how they had to issue a correction?

They're now up to four corrections. Below is the complete list:


*This article originally stated that there is "no heart to speak of" in a six-week-old fetus. By that point in a pregnancy, a heart has already begun to form. We regret the error.
**This article originally stated that the fetus was already suffering from a genetic disorder. We regret the error.
***This article originally stated that Bernard Nathanson headed the National Right-to-Life Committee and became a born-again Christian. Nathanson was active in but did not head the committee, and he converted to Roman Catholicism after The Silent Scream was produced. We regret the error.
****This article originally stated that the doctors claimed fetuses had no reflexive responses to medical instruments at 12 weeks. We regret the error.
Frankly, it's beginning to look as if there's little that's real or scientific about Weigel's article.

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