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Is sperm classed as a lifeform?

 
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Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
if so, is the female egg classed as a lifeform also?
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
good question...
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It's only Half of a Life From, With out the Other Half(Ova) there is No Life...


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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
no, i think it is just semen with a biological "motor" attached.
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Sperm is definitely alive - it meets all of the criteria for it.

Sperm is just like any other cell of the body - all of which are alive.

Once it has left the protective environment of your body - it lives off a reserved amount of energy - and dies briefly after.
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
it's as much as a lifeform as say a amoeba??


it's is live and moving one minute and dead the next.




What constitutes a lifeform?
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Sperm is definitely alive - it meets all of the criteria for it.

Sperm is just like any other cell of the body - all of which are alive.

Once it has left the protective environment of your body - it lives off a reserved amount of energy - and dies briefly after.
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That makes sense!


So what about the egg?
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Sperm is definitely alive - it meets all of the criteria for it.

Sperm is just like any other cell of the body - all of which are alive.

Once it has left the protective environment of your body - it lives off a reserved amount of energy - and dies briefly after.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34139889


That makes sense!


So what about the egg?
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It's the same - Egg cells are alive. Even in the medical dictionary you will read the words "Alive" when they are describing the fertilization AND pre-fertilization of egg cells.

Another way to look at it - In order to keep egg cells "alive" we must freeze them to slow down the amount of energy used.
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Well all those fetus' made from them would have to be alive if the sperm were wouldn't they now?

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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Sperm is definitely alive - it meets all of the criteria for it.

Sperm is just like any other cell of the body - all of which are alive.

Once it has left the protective environment of your body - it lives off a reserved amount of energy - and dies briefly after.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34139889


That makes sense!


So what about the egg?
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It's the same - Egg cells are alive. Even in the medical dictionary you will read the words "Alive" when they are describing the fertilization AND pre-fertilization of egg cells.

Another way to look at it - In order to keep egg cells "alive" we must freeze them to slow down the amount of energy used.
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It's not 'human' life though - it's cellular - think on the same level as bacteria - single job - single purpose - single action

It does one thing - one thing only - no chaos.

It's not the type of life that at this point in time we care to protect or think is complex enough to believe it has any sort of awareness.
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Sperm is definitely alive - it meets all of the criteria for it.

Sperm is just like any other cell of the body - all of which are alive.

Once it has left the protective environment of your body - it lives off a reserved amount of energy - and dies briefly after.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34139889


That makes sense!


So what about the egg?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8768008


The egg is produced from the womans body. Therefore it is just a lump that cant move or do anything except bob around in its own fluids until the part the man contributes swims along..all full of life and purpose with its mission focussed one track mind..and penetrates the egg..thus making it useful.

The egg..like the woman who made it..is utterly useless and meaningless until the sperm penetrates it..the eggs ONLY purpose in life is to be penetrated..just like the woman who spawned it.
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
It is a good question but no its not. for the simple reason it cant reproduce it self...in other words it dosent mate with another sperm and make more sperm
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
there is no conscious without a heartbeat.
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there is no conscious without a heartbeat.
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How is that known?
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
there is no conscious without a heartbeat.
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How is that known?
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Lawyers..politicians..bankers...arrogant hellfire christians...they have no heart..and yet THEY are concious.
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
there is no conscious without a heartbeat.
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


How is that known?
 Quoting: A Friend


Lawyers..politicians..bankers...arrogant hellfire christians...they have no heart..and yet THEY are concious.
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People are having shamanistic trips and even the plants are talking to them. :D
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
It is a good question but no its not. for the simple reason it cant reproduce it self...in other words it dosent mate with another sperm and make more sperm
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Someone failed science class....

It's called Meiosis

The sperm are replicants of sperm which are replicants of sperm and so on and so on

They even 'migrate' after being 'born' and 'mature.'

Sperms are cells - cells reproduce by division
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Yes they are alive and half you guys will murder then via vile website tonight. You murderers!!!
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Yes they are alive and half you guys will murder then via vile website tonight. You murderers!!!
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pol pot got fuck all on me!
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
It is a good question but no its not. for the simple reason it cant reproduce it self...in other words it dosent mate with another sperm and make more sperm
 Quoting: loner007


Someone failed science class....

It's called Meiosis

The sperm are replicants of sperm which are replicants of sperm and so on and so on

They even 'migrate' after being 'born' and 'mature.'

Sperms are cells - cells reproduce by division
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Diploid cells within the testes undergo meiosis to produce sperm cells s226
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
i learned in high school that they are single-celled organisms.

in a sense they are symbiotes
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
It is a good question but no its not. for the simple reason it cant reproduce it self...in other words it dosent mate with another sperm and make more sperm
 Quoting: loner007


Someone failed science class....

It's called Meiosis

The sperm are replicants of sperm which are replicants of sperm and so on and so on

They even 'migrate' after being 'born' and 'mature.'

Sperms are cells - cells reproduce by division
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34139889


Diploid cells within the testes undergo meiosis to produce sperm cells s226
 Quoting: loner007


Exactly..

Based on your logic, that's like saying a Caterpillar isn't alive...

lol..
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
there is no conscious without a heartbeat.
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How is that known?
 Quoting: A Friend


because you cant remember it. only feel it. the present is all conscious joined at one moment.
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
there is no conscious without a heartbeat.
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


How is that known?
 Quoting: A Friend


because you cant remember it. only feel it. the present is all conscious joined at one moment.
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


basically you arent present in that moment.. "you" arent a sperm cell
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there is no conscious without a heartbeat.
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


How is that known?
 Quoting: A Friend


because you cant remember it. only feel it. the present is all conscious joined at one moment.
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


basically you arent present in that moment.. "you" arent a sperm cell
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


Experientially.

Last Edited by A Friend on 03/17/2013 02:26 PM
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
i learned in high school that they are single-celled organisms.

in a sense they are symbiotes
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That's why you are a dumbass. The spermatozoa is a gamete.
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Well all those fetus' made from them would have to be alive if the sperm were wouldn't they now?
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?

anti-abortion tard, reading more into the question?
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How is that known?
 Quoting: A Friend


because you cant remember it. only feel it. the present is all conscious joined at one moment.
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


basically you arent present in that moment.. "you" arent a sperm cell
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


Experientially.
 Quoting: A Friend


a sperm is just doing what it is born to do. there is no frontal lobe in a sperm cell
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because you cant remember it. only feel it. the present is all conscious joined at one moment.
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


basically you arent present in that moment.. "you" arent a sperm cell
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


Experientially.
 Quoting: A Friend


a sperm is just doing what it is born to do. there is no frontal lobe in a sperm cell
 Quoting: |DEAD|SERIOUS


Each minute part of everything is a microcosm of the macrocosm. Consciousness pervades everything at all times.


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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
Sperm is definitely alive - it meets all of the criteria for it.

Sperm is just like any other cell of the body - all of which are alive.

Once it has left the protective environment of your body - it lives off a reserved amount of energy - and dies briefly after.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34139889


That makes sense!


So what about the egg?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8768008


The egg is produced from the womans body. Therefore it is just a lump that cant move or do anything except bob around in its own fluids until the part the man contributes swims along..all full of life and purpose with its mission focussed one track mind..and penetrates the egg..thus making it useful.

The egg..like the woman who made it..is utterly useless and meaningless until the sperm penetrates it..the eggs ONLY purpose in life is to be penetrated..just like the woman who spawned it.
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Isn't a woman born with all her eggs? and once they run out, that is it?
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Re: Is sperm classed as a lifeform?
It is a good question but no its not. for the simple reason it cant reproduce it self...in other words it dosent mate with another sperm and make more sperm
 Quoting: loner007


Someone failed science class....

It's called Meiosis

The sperm are replicants of sperm which are replicants of sperm and so on and so on

They even 'migrate' after being 'born' and 'mature.'

Sperms are cells - cells reproduce by division
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34139889


Diploid cells within the testes undergo meiosis to produce sperm cells s226
 Quoting: loner007


Exactly..

Based on your logic, that's like saying a Caterpillar isn't alive...

lol..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34139889


wtf
a sperm cell dosent metamorphise into anything.......
Sperms dont replicate. The sex cells undergo meiosis to make sperm the sperm thaen takes upto 60 days to fully mature and none of those sperm will replicate to make another sperm...

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