Permanent Life Fluid Incubator
PERMANENT LIFE TECHNOLOGY
The Permanent Life Fluid Incubator is the Reproduction and Gestation Module of the Permanent Life Module that can preserve Embryonic/Fetal Life or Adult Genetic/Informatic Life. It can also equip Hospitals, Clinics of Reproduction and Gestation to replace abortion practice and clinics. Also can include video-robotic extraction device and for cryo freezing storage, to remove embryo from unwanting/at risk mother, for preservation, potential re-implantation for natural development or in artificial Fluid Incubator. A wanted or unwanted embryo/fetus could be removed from natural mother or placed directly into a Permanent Life Fluid Incubator for full development.
Currently, dry incubators can receive wanted/unwanted fetus, transferred from the mother/fetus at risk or from unwanting mother, after between 5-8 month of gestation, but with development risks to the fetus, specially between 5-6 months. A Fluid Incubator, replicating the mother's womb environment with amniotic fluid, is more effective in terms of healthy fetus formation and could bring that time frame bellow 5 months. The full development of a semi-cloned (2 parent gamete DNAs) or cloned (1 parent DNA) embryo is also possible and may fully replace the natural gestation process, specially when there may be health and/or productivity risks for the mother. Also can eliminate completely the abortion of unwanted embryo/fetus that could be also cryo frozen, while the technology is not yet completely available, or a time specification development is desired for the embryo.
Abortion destroys Cellular Lives (embryos) and should be replaced with embryonic or fetal transfer to another gestation-mother, incubator (dry/air or wet/liquid) or when not yet technologically possible to cryonic preservation with cryo preservatives for future transfer. The legal prohibition of abortion is not efficient because it is not operationally possible for the government or society to control voluntary actions of individuals over their own body in the privacy of a residential or commercial unit (in addition to the life-threatening risk to clandestine abortion actions especially without appropriate medical expertise). Incubators with aminiotic fluid, lung-heart-kidney machines (oxygenate, nourish, supplement and filter the blood of the fetus) could reduce unwanted pregnancies from an involuntary mother to less than five months. Abortion clinics could be replaced by gestation clinics and/or transfer to incubators.
Society and governments, in the interest of preservation of life and protection of minors, should not require or enforce parental responsibility with laws and criminal or civil (payments) process, as they encourage abortions, instead of encouraging gestation for later adoption or government guard in a boarding educational institution, preferably an University. On the impossibility of voluntary gestation, as a last resort should then opt for embryo/fetal transfer (gestation-mother/incubator) when technologically possible or cryonic Atomic Life preservation for future reactivation, avoiding the abortive destruction of Cellular Life or Systemic Life. Additionally there must be development and improvement of use, multiuse, efficiency and complementary alternatives of birth control methods to eliminate the abortion practice.
Preservation (or transfer when technologically possible) of embryonic Cellular Life or fetal/child/adult Systemic Life does not generate economic deficit (expense), on the contrary generates surplus (investment) because when economically activated can generate on average higher revenues than the cost of their preservation. The destruction of Cellular or Systemic Lives generate significant economic and psychological damage to society. The transfer and regression of Cellular Life to Atomic Life (cryonic freezing), as protective measure against its possible destruction, is valid and effective as last voluntary alternative to abortion (embryonic/fetal destruction) after parental responsibility transfer attempt (Systemic Life with full 8-9 months gestation), transfer to incubator (from 4-7 months of gestation) or embryo transfer to another mother (when technologically possible).