Not a who.
What is more like it. And to answer that, it was a combination of things(whats). Not just one thing(what).
Edit: As for myself, I was created by two parents.
In a religious belief, God created Man and earth, and all things upon it. Some theory and proven facts support an evolution from a single celled organism. There are of course a million other opins on this subject, so, choose one which satisfies your mind.
Nature is its own creator. The Earth is the result of billions of years of cosmic development, and humans are the product of millions of years of evolution.
My mommy and daddy made me. Outside of this simple concept there are few people in the modern world that give credence to any of the thousands of old myths of creatures from another dimension or universe that created this one. There simply isn't any supporting evidence at all.
Why do you ask? Are you trying to find that imaginary creature?
Yeah, that messes up the concept pretty bad. Now you have mommy, daddy and the doctor. Triploid genetics maybe?
Just wait until cloning comes into its own - then what?
The great advantage of a test tube baby is that being so small they take up so little room, and also less feeding.
You mean you don't have to stuff the test tube with chocolate, pickles and ice cream while it blows up like a weather balloon? If only I had known!
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