Which was first formed.
....egg or A hen
Enng....was first formed ..them from where the egg came from......!!or if the hen was first where it come from
So tired of this one... What formed first was a crystal. It quite literally came from nowhere- from the abyss. It changed form several times on the ethereal plane while gathering the materials it needed to form the image, carved by sound waves, into an egg.
The chicken is a hybrid with its parents being the Chicbird and the Kenbird. there union produced a chicken egg so the egg came before the chicken.
A human being does not have the mental capacity to answer such a question. Even if they were given the answer, the human has no way of processing the information. To believe that such an absurd possibility exists, is to believe that a termite could actually have an opinion about the first edition of Encyclopedia Britannica.
The egg,it was layed by dinosaurs with evolved chromosomes.
by Time2Spare5 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?
by singleaple4 years ago
Does the question what came first the chicken or the egg indicate a presence superior to man ?Does the riddle of this question indicate the necessary presence of something that was superior to man (in order to create...
by chiugo8 years ago
Egg and Hen which one first came into existence?
by aware8 years ago
the answer is very easy. the explanation very short . how many posts will it take to get this one right?
by Ingar Grondahl8 years ago
Which came first: The egg or the hen?When you get the answer, tell me! I`m quite sure I know the answer!
by Kevin Peter4 years ago
What came first on this earth. The egg or the hen?If egg came first, where did it come from? If your answer is hen, how come it came without an egg?
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