I was right! It was the chicken!
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/fe … e-egg.html
I always took the question to mean "which came first, the egg-birthing process, or the complex animal that reproduces via eggs"
Because, in all reality, the "egg" outdates "chickens" by (possibly) hundreds of thousands of years - the chicken wasn't the first animal to lay an egg!
... but if we change the question so that "chicken" means a significant specie... then... an egg must come from a pre-living organism...
I was always curious if it's possible to argue that egg-like means of birth (i.e. leaving your young out in the wild with a parent-provided source of food for their development) was the first major way of creating descendants?
Can we consider the first time a cell (of any complexity) replicated itself as an egg? or is that a chicken?
Sorry can’t buy that argument, if you insist on being that technical in a biological nature cellular division and multiplication came long before the egg.
NO - this is when you send the kids to Uni or College
I suppose everyone knows why a chicken always runs away from the rooster! So the other chickens won't think she's a whore!
...i know....you're the guy with the bucket right? we chickens 'get no respect'
...speakin' of chickens...is this truuuuuuue????? must be, it's on the internet!!!
For the republicans they have the "extra gripey" recipe! Also spicy "hot right wings."
by ArockDaNinja 9 years ago
Seriously, what came first, the chicken or the egg?!
by singleaple 7 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 one or the other in the first place) ?
by Novel Treasure 8 years ago
What is a good chicken breed for first timers? We are looking to raise the chickens more for egg production than slaughter. We have three acres, so they will be free range chicken. We do have dogs but will section a portion of the land to be just for the chickens.
by etb50 11 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 Jack Lee 3 years 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 Dr Pradip Hira 8 years ago
If one hen gives 2 eggs in 2 days then 5 hens will give how many eggs in 6 days ?just try to count, if not enjoy others answer, if you don't know still try to give answer.
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