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Originally posted by nerbot
The answer is actually very simple...the egg came first.
Taking evolution into account, the egg that hatched the first definative chicken came from a bird that was almost a chicken but not quite. The egg for that first chicken came and then "it" hatched.
Originally posted by Bleeeeep
reply to post by Angle
The egg came first, but it was not a chicken egg. It was an egg that produced a chicken, once the first chicken was born, that chicken produced a chicken egg.
1. It's not about knowing the answer, it's about asking the question. The question is, "why is life so mysterious?".
2. Because of the way reality was created, it forces us to desire new and better concepts in order to become perfect. Reality must evolve into perfection - without going through the process, it could not be perfect.
Why is it blasphemous to want to know who/what God is?edit on 5/5/2013 by Bleeeeep because: run on sentence
Originally posted by mysterioustranger
The chicken already exists...the egg may or may not become a chicken. Therefore....the chicken is 1st.
Chicken alive and on your right....and the egg un-cracked on your left. The Chicken ecists already...the egg is not...yet a chicken.
Originally posted by GrantedBail
reply to post by Mianeye
Good one. Almost missed it.
Everything has gotten so serious now in this thread. :whoa: