The bird came first then the egg. As it is God created man and woman then came their children.
Neither . . . the nest came first. Just joking about a little. A great question that has been debated since who knows when. It is like which comes first the horse or the cart. The horse passes by first when arriving. One may build a cart before buying or raising a horse. Or, a person may have a horse then buys or builds a cart. No, matter someone has to reign the horse and that is the driver of the cart and the horse.
It is like many a hot rodder will say of a car sitting in a field . . . that car is waiting for an owner, but once it did have one.
A resolve is they both at the same time. The bird arrived with an egg inside waiting to be laid. Pretty cool . . .eh?
by chiugo 8 years ago
Egg and Hen which one first came into existence?
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 Jack Lee 15 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 etb50 8 years ago
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? here is the answer that is on Yahoo.com, read what they think, and tell me what you think.http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index … 556AASTta0this is under religion because if you read the askers rating of the best answer, they quote a passage from...
by Mark 6 years ago
Chicken or the egg.I know the answer I just want to see if anyone else knows.Manthy
by Time2Spare 6 years ago
What came first -the egg or the chicken?I have always wondered about this. Have heard this question being asked since I was a kid. Till now I have no definite answer. What do you think?
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