YACEP – Yet Another Chicken Egg Problem

24 April, 2007 at 01:03 Leave a comment

It is a belief scientifically held that for an egg to hatch, the temperature has to be perfect. Is it not a wonder then that the bosom of a hen (or any bird for that matter) is exactly that temperature as is required for the egg to hatch?

I mean, which of this happened first? The hens determining the temperature or the eggs needing that temperature? It is rather tempting to say that the determination must have happened first. But then, how did nature figure out this temperature (no one put a thermometer in those unmentionable parts) and more importantly, how did this information got transferred. Come to think of it, even if the converse is true (that is hens adapted to the requirements of the eggs), it has to be pondered how did the hens get to know of the temperature and how did they eventually control their bosoms to create that specific temperature.

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Entry filed under: Life-Theories.

Aaja Ve – Sona MultiXP – Client-side FFrogs

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