What comes first: chicken or the egg?
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this was asked to me by a friend of mine and until now i don't know what the right answer is! so pls.help me out!

thanx!
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well there really isn't a right answer cos' you need a chicken to have a egg and an egg to have a chicken but i think an egg os it al started mutating in there and finally bacame a chicken.
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Repeat. It was locked a couple of days ago though.
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animelover28 wrote:

well there really isn't a right answer cos' you need a chicken to have a egg and an egg to have a chicken but i think an egg os it al started mutating in there and finally bacame a chicken.



uhmmmm...so where did that egg came from?!
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animelover28 wrote:

well there really isn't a right answer cos' you need a chicken to have a egg and an egg to have a chicken but i think an egg os it al started mutating in there and finally bacame a chicken.


Yeah questions like this always reminds me of math. This is just a mathematical expression of an indeterminant form written in another language. Let's use l'Hospital anyways. XD

Hmm I'm not sure but I believe this thread will get locked but for the thread's purposes I'll just begin with the egg. Somehow amphibians gave rise to the amniotic egg which gave rise to reptiles and then birds, which covers chickens. So yeah egg.
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well sorry but killar locked a thread like this already.

there you go, here is a nice answer


henz_lan wrote:

It was the egg.

Through evolution, things which were almost, but not yet chickens laid eggs which were ever more like chickens. At one point a non-chicken laid an egg which hatched into what could be described as a chicken. Unfortunately the nature of species isn't well enough defined yet to know when a "pre-chicken" is not yet a chicken, or when an egg is going to hatch into a "new" species.

n.b. I'm sure this topic has been discussed before somewhere in the forums.


This is the locked thread:
http://www.crunchyroll.com/showforumtopic?id=4337

sorry but locked
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