So, yeah, don't anger the chickens!
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Not this thread again.
UNDER THE BRIDGE
All these science spheres are made of asbestos by the way, keeps out the rats. Let us know if you feel a shortness of breath, a persistent dry cough or your heart stopping, because that's not part of the test - that's asbestos.
Well ask yourself this. What came first, the human or the embryo? The human did so let's just all asume the chicken came first too. xD
But I don't know why some of these questions are speculated so much, I mean, if a tree falls in a Forrest and no one was there to hear it, did it make a sound? , yes it did, basic common sense and general knowledge reinforce this idea of any large object which Is quite dense will always make a sound if collapsed
-Eggs existed long before hand
-if we're concerning only chicken eggs then neither originated before the other, because the chicken emerged through gradual evolution, so we're into the semantics of what single generation might differentiate between jungle fowl and chickens, which is moot.
The forest question is important because it highlights the problems associated with knowledge and observation, which is called perception. Perhaps reality is just a series of potentials and probabilities which collapse into events under observation, as is illustrated by schroedinger's cat, the quantum world certainly shows perception affects outcome- but the original people writing the question which were just speculating this, aware that it's not possible to check what the answer is, no matter how sure you are
If I post in size 7, and nobody reads it, is it annoying?
of course the chicken came first!
Seriously if y'all google the question you'll most likely wind up at a wikipedia page on it which explains the objective answer and references a proof.
If you're talking all eggs, it's eggs.
If you're talking chicken eggs, it's an invalid question.