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wa8yxm

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Posted: 06/17/21 04:19pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The Egg came first. NOT all eggs are chicken eggs, Other birds lay eggs as do some other non-birds... A bird not much different from a Chicken, but not a Chicken layed an egg. that egg was "Defective" by that bird's standard and hatched the first chicken. Farmers have encouraged that kind of "Defect" so as to improve the chickens over time but the egg clearly produced the first chicken.

Source: Darwin The Origin of Man. extrapolation from same.


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I ordered a chicken and an egg from Amazon.

I'll let you know...


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So did I, and both showed up in the same package ... [emoticon]


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Posted: 06/17/21 10:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Once had a chicken inside the egg as the NAVY 'Chef' asked 'Sunny Side UP?"


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Compounding the question...... you don't have to have a rooster to have eggs; only if you want to have fertile eggs... [emoticon] So, did the rooster come after the hen or before, or at the same time? [emoticon]


Never having been a chicken farmer, I didn't realize an egg could be produced without a daddy chicken. But an unfertilized egg couldn't become a chicken. Therefore, there needed to be a rooster involved in order to create another chicken, unless a sort of miraculous conception took place via divine intervention. [emoticon][emoticon]


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Posted: 06/18/21 07:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

wa8yxm wrote:

The Egg came first. NOT all eggs are chicken eggs, Other birds lay eggs as do some other non-birds... A bird not much different from a Chicken, but not a Chicken layed an egg. that egg was "Defective" by that bird's standard and hatched the first chicken. Farmers have encouraged that kind of "Defect" so as to improve the chickens over time but the egg clearly produced the first chicken.

Source: Darwin The Origin of Man. extrapolation from same.


Remember, Darwin penned the THEORY of evolution! [emoticon]

BTW, on the subject of chickens. I tried cooked sparrows (or a similar small bird) when visiting Portugal and Spain back in the 70's. Not much meat on the birds, but I remember it being tastier than a chicken. [emoticon]

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This is, of course, a discussion taking place around a campfire. Based on the comments, it seems as though someone stoked that campfire with an illicit substance.


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Then, of course, we have the egg-laying dinosaur species who evolved into birds. And chickens are birds even if we call them fowl.

In addition: All fertilized eggs begin as female. Some genetic traits emerge during the embryo stage and a portion of those develop into males. So, we were all girls once.

* This post was edited 06/18/21 12:51pm by monkey44 *

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I wonder if that age old question, "Why did the chicken cross the road?", has ever had a logical answer? I guess only the chicken could answer that question.

I also wonder, if you and a friend were in earshot of a chicken, and you dared your friend to perform a dangerous feat, and he refused, and you yelled, "Your just chicken!" would that chicken become offended and gather his friends and attack you? [emoticon]

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Posted: 06/18/21 05:14pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Chickens are omnivores; if you see them go after a mouse, baby bird that has fallen out of a nest, etc you’ll see their dinosaur origins. I saw one the other day picking through the carcass of a coyote.

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