"...the problem about the egg and the hen, which of them came first, was dragged into our talk, a difficult problem which gives investigators much trouble. And Sulla my comrade said that with a small problem, as with a tool, we were rocking loose a great and heavy one, that of the creation of the world."                                                  Plutarch, Table Talk, Moralia 120 AD                                                                        

A Hen lays an Egg after light-sensitive cells behind her eyes message her ovary to release an ovum into the egg yolk. Fertilized by sperm, coated by albumen, encased in shell as the egg travels through the oviduct. This creative process encompasses twenty-four hours; as the rotation of Earth on its axis.                                                     

Hope Sandrow spacetime                               


(above) Observational Findings March 29 2010 The Sky is Falling  A dozen Eggs created by Shinnecock Family Hens and Pullets, laid in nesting boxes inside Coop LeWitt North and South; glass square. The variety of eggs directly relate to the shape and size of each Hen’s “cloaca”. (below) Galileo, first born son of Shinnecock, mounting Nico (cloacal kiss)

detail, Hen Nico, Roosters Galileo, Robart, Lonan Feb 19, 2010 The Sky is Falling    

Padovana (aka Padua’s aka Polverara aka Poland’s) Galileo, son of Shinnecock, mounting Nico (cloacal kiss)           

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