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Old 12-13-2014, 09:23 AM   #1
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Which came first.....

the chicken or the egg ?

A philosophical question. Not political or religious.
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Old 12-13-2014, 09:53 AM   #2
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Since every other animal had to be first before there was an egg, why would chickens be different?
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Old 12-13-2014, 10:10 AM   #3
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Since every other animal had to be first before there was an egg, why would chickens be different?
But it takes an egg to get the chicken........ Never heard of a chicken giving birth.
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Once upon a time this lizard named Col. Sanders,laid an egg, and there was this gigantic solar flare that irradiated this egg cooking it just a little bit, and changing the scale forming cells into feathers.
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Old 12-13-2014, 10:56 AM   #5
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the chicken or the egg ?
A philosophical question. Not political or religious.
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That is a good question!

In the interest of science, and of philosophics...(and to satisfy my curiosity), I just ordered a "rooster" and a "dozen eggs" from 2 different online sellers.....(it's funny that someone smarter than I didn't think of that before).

I'll let you know which comes first.

BTW, there's need to thank me yet..(however I expect the whole world will be thanking me after I post the answer to that age old question).

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Has been the question for quite some time now.......... Chicken or the egg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
And if you don't want to read.........sit back and watch
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Old 12-13-2014, 10:52 PM   #7
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It is quite clear to me. The egg came first.
We have bacon and eggs for breakfast.
Chicken arrives at dinner time much later in the day.
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egg first, the chicken is just a mutation...
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The Egg, whatever pre-dates the chicken in the marvals of evoulation layed an egg, and a Chicken was hatched from same.

NOTE: Though lost in the annuals of time, I would not be surprised to find the chicken was the product of selective breeding by someone who wanted to raise a bigger, meater, bird. Same for Turkeys. But clearly the egg came first.
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Okay, I give up. The egg came first. Check out an old movie, though titled "The egg and I". It has the first appearance of ma and pa Kettle.
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My vote goes to the chicken.
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