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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

22 Questions

Ghie, thanks for the tag. Eto ang mga answers ko sa mga questions mo.

  1. What time did you get up this morning? 7:10 AM
  2. Are you a morning person or night owl? Morning person
  3. What was the last film you saw at the cinema? Return of the King
  4. What is your favorite TV show? Nothing in particular
  5. What did you have for breakfast? Toast with peanut butter and jam
  6. What is your middle name? “Gorgeous”
  7. What is your favorite cuisine? Thai and anything spicy
  8. What foods do you dislike? Pasta with white sauce
  9. Favorite day of the week? Fridays
  10. What is your favorite CD at the moment? Neil Young – Rust Never Sleeps
  11. What is your favorite sandwich? Burger
  12. What characteristics do you despise? Self-centered, inconsiderate, arrogant
  13. What do you do most often when you are bored? Blog, Blog-hop, play basketball
  14. If you could go anywhere in the world on vacation, where would you go? Philippines, US/Canada, Rome
  15. Favorite brand of clothing? Levis
  16. Where were you born? Manila
  17. What is your best childhood memory? First crush, First dance, First kiss
  18. Do you have pets? A Rabbit and a Budgie
  19. Any new and exciting news you'd like to share with everyone? Sa weekend, tatama ako ng lotto
  20. What did you want to be when you were little? Scientist
  21. Different jobs you have had in your life? Teacher, Tutor, Research Engineer, Programmer
  22. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Egg

19 Comments:

  • KU!
    balato naman! ang galeng mo naman, napre-predict mong mananaloka sa lotto!
    pahinging number naman oh!

    By Blogger darlene, at 3:00 PM, November 22, 2005  

  • Egg ba talaga ang nauna? Hindi ba chicken?

    By Blogger jinkee, at 4:49 PM, November 22, 2005  

  • fafa sa wakas mabibili mo na ako ng sinasabi ko sa iyo na harley-davidson na bike thabnk you ha bait mo talaga hehehe.
    di ba dapat chicken muna..kasi walang maglilimlim sa egg,,,mabubugok hehe

    By Blogger KaDyo, at 5:56 PM, November 22, 2005  

  • wag kalimutan ang balato ko ha, hehehheh. Ganda naman ng middle name mo "gorgeous", hehehe

    Salamat po sa pag sagot sa assignment.

    By Blogger Ghie, at 6:21 PM, November 22, 2005  

  • hello Ka Uro! *high 5!* tayo sa favorite cuisine...saka sayang hindi tayo magkapitbahay, eh di pag bored tayo pareho, yayain kita mag 21 (basketball) tapos matalo, manlilibre sa thai restaurant, o di ba? :D

    have a nice week to you and your family!

    By Anonymous thess, at 8:35 PM, November 22, 2005  

  • Sa tingin ko po chicken ang nauna heheheh...

    By Blogger Bluegreen, at 9:34 PM, November 22, 2005  

  • sali ako sa mga numero mo fafa KU!
    kapag siguradong mananalo, di na lang bloghopping, kakatok na tayo sa talagang pintuan ng mga frens natin.

    'lam ko sagot jan, manok o itlog?
    si fafatoy!!! hehehe

    By Blogger racky, at 9:52 PM, November 22, 2005  

  • pag nanalo kang lotto, at napunta kang canada... i will volunteer to be your tour guide... for a minimal fee... hehehe...

    By Blogger JO, at 2:00 AM, November 23, 2005  

  • ginoong gorgeous, me psychic power ka pala pero di mo alam ang totoong nauna? ha ha

    By Blogger bing, at 2:11 AM, November 23, 2005  

  • Ka Uro, wish ko lang manalo ka ng lotto this weekend! at pag makapunta ka ng ROME libutin mo na rin buong europa :))

    By Anonymous Ethel, at 5:45 AM, November 23, 2005  

  • Hi Ka Uro, kakatuwa sa mga answers mo dito. May same assigment ako nito, di ko pa nga na gawa eh. Confusing yang egg and chicken, most of us nga answered it's the egg that's the first kaso confusing eh, saan nang-galing yang egg> Ahahaha, yon ang tina-tanong ko sa answers ko...LOL. Anyway, it's funny doing this assignment, logical questions ang iba. Oh, ang pag tatama ng lotto, hay, husband ko din ma tyaga mag laro ng lottery, sana nga tatama ang iba sa atin. Naku! If ever talaga tatama tayo we'll be able to roam the world except sa mga bansang di safe, parang matatakot na nga ako bumalik doon sa atin lalo na where I used to live, baka ma next ako sa uncle ko, hay buhay talaga oo, napaka unpredictable.

    By Anonymous ~Ana~, at 8:40 AM, November 23, 2005  

  • lahat kayo may balato sa sabado sa panalo ko. hahaha.

    mukhang maraming hindi combins na egg came before the chicken. here's a scientific answer:

    In nature, living things evolve through changes in their DNA. In an animal like a chicken, DNA from a male sperm cell and a female ovum meet and combine to form a zygote -- the first cell of a new baby chicken. This first cell divides innumerable times to form all of the cells of the complete animal. In any animal, every cell contains exactly the same DNA, and that DNA comes from the zygote.

    Chickens evolved from non-chickens through small changes caused by the mixing of male and female DNA or by mutations to the DNA that produced the zygote. These changes and mutations only have an effect at the point where a new zygote is created. That is, two non-chickens mated and the DNA in their new zygote contained the mutation(s) that produced the first true chicken. That one zygote cell divided to produce the first true chicken.

    Prior to that first true chicken zygote, there were only non-chickens. The zygote cell is the only place where DNA mutations could produce a new animal, and the zygote cell is housed in the chicken's egg. So, the egg must have come first.

    By Blogger Ka Uro, at 8:45 AM, November 23, 2005  

  • hi, KU! that was a nice scientific explanation and i was speaking from the Bible where the earth is void and thru God's word, all came into being.

    have a nice day, mr gorgeous!

    By Blogger bing, at 12:15 PM, November 23, 2005  

  • p're pagtama mo sa pader, ehe... lotto pala, tuloy na natin ang balak nating negosyo... 'yong sinabi ko sa 'yo dati... :-D dyuk unli!

    pero p're... di ka mananalo kasi ako na ang naka-iskedyul manalo eh :-D

    By Blogger KiwiNoy, at 12:44 PM, November 23, 2005  

  • Ka Uro,
    Pinahirapan nyo pa ako sa explanation nyo tungkol sa naunang itlog...eh heto ang simpleng-simpleng paliwanag na minana ko pa sa mga tambay sa kanto ng kalyehon namin sa Caloocan...
    Si San Pedro daw, bago nagkaroon ng manok eh mayroon ng "itlog" ha ha ha. j/k
    Anyway, huwag nyo sanang kalimutang paabutin sa Germany ang balato pagtama nyo as lotto.

    By Blogger Rhada, at 5:30 AM, November 24, 2005  

  • Hi KU,

    Out of context... I just wanna share the link below...

    http://abbyongyanco-lim.com/2005/11/23/ortigas-ortigasrubout-video-is-out/

    -Jack

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:14 PM, November 24, 2005  

  • pag nanalo ka treat mo muna sarili mo regalohan mo sarili mo ng espesyal :)

    sana manalo ka nga..ako din sana manalo ako ng malaki laki like millions?sana sana sana...

    By Blogger J, at 7:27 AM, November 25, 2005  

  • Hi Ka Uro,
    Here's what I've found:
    Assuming a chicken egg
    In this case, the egg is assumed to be a chicken's egg. This is an obvious assumption since the question itself implies a link between the two.

    If one assumes the egg to be a chicken egg then one must define what a chicken egg is:

    If: A chicken egg will hatch a chicken
    Then a bypass is allowed: An animal that was not a chicken laid the chicken egg which contained the first chicken. In this case the egg came first. See Evoltionary Chicken below.

    If: A chicken egg is the egg that a chicken lays
    Then a bypass is allowed: A chicken (that hatched from a non-chicken egg) laid an egg (a chicken egg). In this case the chicken came first.

    If: A chicken egg will hatch a chicken and A chicken egg is the egg that a chicken lays.
    Then there may be an error of definition. If the definition of "chicken" used does not refer to "chicken eggs", then the chicken must come first, because without chickens there cannot be any chicken eggs.

    Evolutionary chicken
    In this case, the egg is not assumed to be a chicken egg. In effect this changes the question to: "Which came first, a chicken or any egg".

    From a pseudo science point of view this question can be answered quite easily. The egg came first because any female sex cell is called an egg.

    If the egg is defined structurally as the hard shelled thing, and the chicken a feather covered animal, the answer is still simple. Evolutionary scientists believe the first hard shell egg was the amniotic egg laid around 200 million years ago, and was laid by the animal who was the link between amphibians and reptiles. One of the first dinosaurs that we know had feathers was the Archaeopteryx, and came much later. Modern birds would not arise until 150 million years ago, descending from theropod dinosaurs.

    In this case, the first chicken must have been the mutated offspring of a proto-chicken that laid the egg containing the first true chicken.

    The crux of the matter is how to biologically define 'a chicken'. What level of genetic similarity or structural similarity determine whether an organism is a chicken? One can only define what was the first chicken after the fact, thus any definition of the first chicken becomes arbitrary. The question 'which came first?' ignores the complicated reality of speciation.

    According to the principles of speciation, neither the chicken nor the egg came first, because speciation does not occur in simple, obvious units. In fact, evolution is about a slow transition in an overall population. What qualifies as “chicken” (ignoring the many diverse modern types of chicken) involves a wide range of genetic traits (alleles) that are not encompassed in a single individual and continue to be modified from generation to generation.

    The transition from non-chicken to chicken is a gray area in which several generations are involved, and therefore which includes many many chicken-and-egg events, with no one step representing the whole. Since the result of the process is an incomplete transition into various new characteristics rather than one single blueprint, a new species, "chicken", is only identified in hindsight when the species can be obviously identified as different from its ancestral stock.


    Creationist chicken
    The chicken versus egg controversy may also be considered from creationist standpoint. The creationist counterpoint to the evolutionary viewpoint could be that the first chicken was made by the Creator, and then that first chicken laid the first egg. A similar resolution is possible under any other conditions where the first chicken arose from means other than an egg of any kind, such as being found under a cabbage leaf. The problem remains, however, because it could also be that the first chicken egg was made by the creator (or found under a cabbage leaf), and the first chicken only hatched out of it afterwards.

    A question of whether chickens exist
    It has been suggested that the definition of "chicken egg" could be "an egg that was laid by a chicken", creating a perpetual causual loop. An equally valid logical resolution to the problem is to assume that there are, in fact, no chickens.


    A question of syntax
    One can consider the question inside the framework of experience, making the question concrete instead of abstract: Which came first - the chicken or the egg? "The chicken" came first - in the sentence of the question. If the question is phrased differently, the answer is different.

    Have a great weekend!

    By Blogger Agring, at 10:41 PM, November 26, 2005  

  • rhada,
    nga naman. dalawa pa nga itlog ni san pedro. hahahah

    jack,
    that was a very interesting video.

    j,
    i'll do that. kaso, di ako tumama e.


    agring,
    that's the most complete explanation i've seen. ang galing.

    By Blogger Ka Uro, at 10:31 AM, November 27, 2005  

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