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Shannon Lewis English 125 October 10 2000 TITLE Beauty in things exists in the mind which contemplates them David Hume Scottish philosopher Each of us arrives in this world quite by chance The genetic baggage that we bring is not of our choosing It has been packed for us by a complex of random unpredictable events Ones father contributes a minute sperm cell really nothing more than a nucleus propelled by a thrashing tail The sperm respond to chemical cues and migrate through the mothers oviduct toward an awaiting egg The cells which gave rise to the gametes the sperm and the egg were each the site of a random reshuffling of chromosomes Lee 79 So we are each unique Each of us begins as a zygote with a total of some 50000 to 100000 genes Lee 80 These are the code the instructions which within hours cause for the first cell to divide into two then four then eight and so forth After graduating from school and gaining a comfortable means of living it is then and only then most couples want to begin their family Many people cant fathom being unfertile unless proven otherwise Unfulfilled hopes can strengthen a relationship but can also drive them far apart New and ever changing technology will then become the hope for these unfortunate couples Artificial insemination is but one way to overcome the sadness Kristy and Kevin had one beautiful little boy - Trevor but that wasnt enough for them They had both dreamed of a house full of little feet running and playing cheerfully After trying to get pregnant time and time again Kristy and Kevin consulted a doctor The doctors left them with little hope by revealing the confusion of how Kristy managed to get pregnant the first time Leaving the couple with no other choice Kristy and Kevin decided to give artificial
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