Excuse me Mr. Atheist.....
lucky760says...

Of course, his answer would be half-identical: "The chicken and the egg both came at the same time when God Almighty decided they should *poof* appear out of thin air (alongside dinosaurs and humans, but then he killed the dinosaurs off almost immediately because he changed his mind about them)."

EMPIREsays...

The "what came first" question is so easily answered.

Evolution is fact. Period.

Therefore, another animal slowly evolved into a chicken over a lot of time (actually, probably not, because it's a domesticated animal, and it probably only took a few decades, but let's pretend it was not domesticated).

If you have a chain of evolution that goes something like notchicken>chickenlike>chicken, then it's obvious at some point in history a chickenlike animal laid a chicken egg, because what came out of it, was indeed a chicken. A chicken could not have been hatched from a non-chicken egg.

So.... the egg came first.

truth-is-the-nemesissays...

“Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” finally has an answer: The chicken.

The research comes from British scientists out of Sheffield and Warwick universities. It all boils down to one protein—ovocledidin-17 (OC-17)—that is only found inside a chicken's ovaries, and is essential for eggshell formation.

Although the protein has been studied as part of eggshell development before, researchers used a super computer to ‘zoom-in' while a shell was forming, and found that it actually serves as a catalyst.



Source: http://newsfeed.time.com/2010/07/14/the-chicken-and-the-egg-ancient-mystery-solved/

Jinxsays...

>> ^truth-is-the-nemesis:

“Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” finally has an answer: The chicken.
The research comes from British scientists out of Sheffield and Warwick universities. It all boils down to one protein—ovocledidin-17 (OC-17)—that is only found inside a chicken's ovaries, and is essential for eggshell formation.
Although the protein has been studied as part of eggshell development before, researchers used a super computer to ‘zoom-in' while a shell was forming, and found that it actually serves as a catalyst.

Source: http://newsfeed.time.com/2010/07/14/the-chicken-and-the-egg
-ancient-mystery-solved/



Ah. but was that protein present before the chicken was considered a chicken? I'd wager that actually, you know, eggs existed prior to chickens.

I do very much hope this is a parody.

packosays...

glasses don't make this guy seem any smarter
and the funny thing is, those hats are most likely his

and its semantics really, does a chicken egg need to be laid by a chicken, if so... the chicken; if not, the egg...

if this is his one question to "destroy" atheism, he should have done some research before hand... but then, i hardly expect that out of people like him

siftbotsays...

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