the egg had to come first, it would have been laid by a protogoose life form the goose that was born had an evolutionary advantage and laid more goose eggs and eventually the goose became what it is, but since all geese come from eggs the first goose must have come from an egg laid by an animal similar to a goose.
If a person believes in the Adam and Eve story then it probably makes sense to believe the geese came first.
After all when God made man he didn't create an embryo or even an infant. He made Adam and Eve (adult) creatures who would later produce their own offspring.
An assumption is God stayed with that pattern for all the creatures.
God came first. Then He created everything from nothing, and I'm betting that He created the geese first, and then let the geese sink or swim on their own...and lay eggs.
by Muhammad Azeem Khan 17 months ago
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by pisean282311 6 years ago
what r ur views on this...why do u think humans create god?
by singleaple 5 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 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?
by Ian Stiglingh 4 years ago
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?We should define the egg as being a chicken egg which would produce a chicken when hatched. So what was most likely the first?
by Kevin Peter 5 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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