Among the "Scientific Abortion Laws" that control the impact of abortion on society is found a law called the "Law of Charity." One of many possible theories that are based in the "Law of Charity" is the "Theory of Choice": The Law of Charity: There are more people dying than can be saved. The "Law of Charity" is based upon the fact that all people die. Simply put there are as many as 57 million people that die each year. The Theory of Choice states: A person must choose to either save a zygote/embryo/fetus or a born person. Every choice to save one life simply allows another to die. Pro lifers simply choose to save fetuses and let children die. There is no “net” gain in life saved due to the fact that these laws limit when life can actually be saved. The greatest error of pro lifers is that by attempting to save a fetus, they are causing the death of more people than one would expect. For example if a person uses their charity to save a born child then the odds are, the child will live. But if they attempt to save a fetus the odds of saving the fetus at conception is only 30 percent and at birth only 99.5 percent. Most of the time, pro lifers waste resources that could be used to save life.