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goldmom

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Those cells are nonetheless unique and cannot fully develop for any other function than as a heart. They are therefore the early HEART.
Joe you’re trying to “be right” on a technicality about a function of equipment.
 

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@goldmom You are mistaken about the heartbeat.
My son was born in 1977 just prior to ultrasound yet my OB could hear a heartbeat by the second month of gestation. It’s not a fully formed organ but it’s there.



Again: No.
Read up on it.
 

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Those cells are nonetheless unique and cannot fully develop for any other function than as a heart.

There are "cells" that form the S-A node.

That's not a "heart"; it is "electrical activity".

And people w/o functional S-A nodes live just fine, with pacemakers.
 

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That electrical pulse, is a heartbeat.

No; it's simply not

There is no formed heart yet, nor heart valve which create the actual "heartbeat" sound.

That electrical pulse is like the S-A node in your heart, which will TRIGGER heart pulses. That electrical pulse in a human heart likewise makes no audible noise.