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(March 19-23, 2008)

Carl von Einem

The River Würm - The Stream Where My Life Stream Started

Richard C. Drew

The Chicken or the Egg

Causality at Your Breakfast Table (Illinois, USA)

03-22-08 - Midnight

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© 2008 Richard C. Drew, All Rights Reserved.

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? This is a basic causality philosophers and scientists have strained to solve since there have been, well, chickens and eggs. Expounded, the question applies to creation, the formation of the universe, theology, genetics, economics, and circular logic.

It’s the question of the ultimate beginning. Aristotle pondered it circa 300 BC. Stephen Hawking believes he has solved it (but of course many disagree.) So here I present both: The chicken and the egg. Since it's Easter Weekend - and for some bizarre reason, eggs, chickens and Chocolate Bunnies represent the Holiday in the USA, it's another reason to do the egg and chicken thing.

Personally, I begin breakfast with Eggs and often have Chicken for Dinner. So the Egg comes first....

Since I've done only Equirectangular panos for the previous events, I thought I'd do an Object this time.

USA-Canada / USA-Illinois

Lat: 41° 43' 24" N
Long: 88° 48' 9" W

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

Canon 40D - my new camera!
PhotoShop CS3
Home-Made turntable
Home-Made light-tent

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