dinosaurs laid eggs long before any chicken . egg came first
Creationist or Evolutionist?
If you are a creationist then the chicken came first as all animals were brought to life from nothingness
If you are an evolutionist then the animal that laid the first chicken egg wasn't quite a chicken. So, for them, the egg came before the chicken.
The truth ... none of us will ever know as we weren't there.
Ahhh, true...what about...the chicken and the egg arrived at the same time.
What if the egg was created for the first chick to hatch?
Here is a perfect example of a question that never needs to be answered, ever.
Actually, I think the eggs came before the bacon ... I'll go to Denny's tonight and ask them ...
If you order Chicken Egg Foo Young, you'll get the chicken and the egg at the same time.
First came the chicken, then the chicken evolved real quickly to lay eggs?
Had to go there ... didn't ya Earnest ... lol!
Well it was the chicken that crossed the road... an egg couldn't do that. But on the other hand the chicken had to have come from the egg, but where the hell did the chicken come from? KFC?
Carmen, I do believe it was a Red Rooster!
Just joined today. Just taking a quick "look see" at this Forum. SURPRISE ! The first topic I see is
THE question that 'represents', leads into THE controversial Topic on the Internet: Evolution vs. Creation. ----- There is a saying &/or song; "Fools rush in --- where Angels fear to tread."
'Throwing all caution to the wind' ---- my opinion:
This natural universe, Created by a Supernatural, Divine Power! Best illustrated per the graphic
genius of Michelangelo on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. From that "Creation"; any and all
combinations are plausible. -----
I have a million opinions, that now include: for earnest posting :earnestshub with 7,193 posts!
bristling armored Cagsil 's good observation of a good answer, with 4,785 posts!
Each and all Posters with a slight 'twist' of humor!
Yours Truly, due to critical Topics, time, and the 'oldest rookie' trying to use this tip-tap gadgetry.
Hopes to be able to find this Forum and Post again. Until then, "Thanks" and Good Bye.
((7,193 and 4,785 Posts! That must equal the pages of the book, "War and Peace"!))
by Jack Lee 17 months ago
For the evolution scientists, which came first the chicken or the egg?I don't think this dilemma has been fully explained or explored. All evolution scientists and biologists, please explain...
by Miss Fiji 6 years ago
Why is Chicken Egg so good for us?
by etb50 9 years ago
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by aware 8 years ago
the answer is very easy. the explanation very short . how many posts will it take to get this one right?
by pisean282311 7 years ago
do you really believe that world is 6k years old only or consider it as different scale?
by Muhammad Azeem Khan 12 months ago
Chicken or Egg: Which Came First?
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