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American scientist to publish book on pre-natal life

.- An American scientist is set to publish a crucial new book on the pre-natal behavior of babies that is expected to have a profound impact on the issue of abortion.

“The Theorem: A Complete Answer to Human Behavior” by Douglas M. Arone is set for release in the United Kingdom by John Hunt Publishing Ltd.  The book has already provoked reaction among scientists, such as Dr. B. Abolade, psychiatrist for children and adolescents in Montgomery, Alabama, who calls the theory, "A discovery of great genius that will advance mankind's march towards progress".

"I specifically wanted The Theorem to be published in the U.K. to avoid the focus on the abortion debate that seems to consume America. It was, and still is my hope that over here the work can be appreciated for the other equally important aspects such as; why we talk, the purpose of sleep and the identification to the possible origins of autism, and not just focused on identifying exactly when the fetus gains a limited consciousness", states Mr. Arone.

The publisher has prohibited any pre-release and review copies, which has fueled interest in the book on the part of both pro-life and pro-abortion groups.  The Theorem is scheduled to be released on December 26.

More information can be found at: http://www.thetheorem.com


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