Chicken in an Egg - Smarter Every Day 254

18. april. 2021
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Life is Amazing. Seeing this touched me and I wanted to share it with you
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This amazing display showing a live chicken embryo was at the Exploratorium in San Francisco:
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  • Seeing this made me feel things and I wanted to share it with you. Thank you to everyone who supports at www.patreon.com/smartereveryday . You make it possible for me to publish content I genuinely love instead of trying to please the algorithm. Thank you!

    SmarterEveryDaySmarterEveryDayMåned siden
    • I never saw this video despite watching all your other vids. I think youtube might be classifying it as pro life instead of educational.

      IFIF8 dager siden
    • Yes sir it is so incredible! Even after knowing so much, it is so sad that people eat them 😢

      Chandrashekhar TripathiChandrashekhar Tripathi12 dager siden
    • You wont be eating eggs after few days in fridge

      jupiter rulesjupiter rules13 dager siden
    • We can see the agenda your pushing dustin...

      Gangster RoseGangster Rose20 dager siden
    • Life really is amazing, thank you for bringing a smile to my face 😀

      Charlie KellyCharlie Kelly21 dag siden
  • Have you ever noticed chicken's refusal to move their head smoothly

    Josiah LewinJosiah Lewin15 timer siden
  • If this is not amazing to you then you have a problem

    GiggleisRAWGiggleisRAW15 timer siden
  • I loved eating eggs... Now i feel guilty

    PAULIE FPVPAULIE FPVDag siden
  • praise be to god.

    Osama BayyoumiOsama BayyoumiDag siden
  • I knew for certain that Psalm 139 would be on the end screen.

    bernier42bernier42Dag siden
  • Anyone else feel it's kinda messed up they have something like this on public display? I mean, something tells me they just flush the eggs down the toilet when they're done with it. . . . . . . . Brings up allot other questions too.

    TheTarrManTheTarrManDag siden
  • Will say that hatching a chick outside the egg every day must be some work to make sure visitors can appreciate the impressiveness in the most mundane-sounding things ever.

    Mochamad FachriMochamad Fachri2 dager siden
  • Looking at the yolk -- we are all just a spat of bacteria formed into a human bug lol...

    Ryan Chenier-PoulinRyan Chenier-Poulin2 dager siden
  • Shows the miracle of creation that the wonder it shows .....thank you

    Dale WhiteDale White2 dager siden
  • So are you actually the guy from the Truman show? Trumans best friend??

    S BS B3 dager siden
  • I was thinking about this and a question popped into my mind. How does respiration work for reptilian/birds eggs. In other words how does this embryo's blood get oxygenated?

    Felix O'KeefeFelix O'Keefe3 dager siden
  • Ok. That is just cool.

    William DonaldsonWilliam Donaldson3 dager siden
  • Why does he look like a young Dwight Eisenhower?

    Cyrus VincentCyrus Vincent3 dager siden
  • So whe eating chickens when we eat the yolk!!?!?! ... sheeeesh. Nvm.

    Jorge SarJorge Sar4 dager siden
  • You're a good guy, Destin

    Robert VeghteRobert Veghte4 dager siden
  • this is great

    LucasLucas4 dager siden
  • In 6 months, it will become a McNugget or a Chick-Fillet burger.

    Mike MartinMike Martin5 dager siden
  • It's like a Black Mirror episode though. Imagine being born into a science museum like that... crazy..!

    Mike McPuffMike McPuff5 dager siden
  • Which phone did he make this video with? Samsung S22?

    Crazy DevilCrazy Devil5 dager siden
  • EM! That's pretty cool.

    Simon ParkerSimon Parker6 dager siden
  • Amazing !!!!

    Adrian RodriguesAdrian Rodrigues6 dager siden
  • Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they _could_ they didn't stop to think if they _should_

    Jim CorriganJim Corrigan6 dager siden
  • but still, heartless human beings support abortion.

    Wesley MoreiraWesley Moreira6 dager siden
  • Life is incredible. We all look the same as tiny embryos, whether we were hatched from an egg outside the body or nurtured inside a mammalian mother. So amazing.

    Nim SandhuNim Sandhu6 dager siden
  • Sir, you are right. This is very special and it makes me feel things, too. I am amazed. Thank you for your content!

    Raketen MeyerRaketen Meyer6 dager siden
  • After observing my hens, I have to believe that their brains didn’t get any bigger. All joking aside, it is amazing to see how God designed them to develop.

    Sheila WatkinsSheila Watkins7 dager siden
  • “Just a cluster of cells with no value” “can’t even think so not important” I can’t believe that people can see the miracle of life especially in their own race and just dismiss it because it’s inconvenient for them

    Connor McMillanConnor McMillan7 dager siden
  • So cool

    Nate HullNate Hull7 dager siden
  • what's gonna happen to the chicken in the exibit? Will they have to keep adding new info and light and things

    *iTs STill ME* V-i-P*iTs STill ME* V-i-P8 dager siden
  • I call them delicious dinosaurs

    Scooty Puff SrScooty Puff Sr8 dager siden
  • n lefties will try and tell you human fetuses aren’t alive and aren’t humans

    Ethan FayEthan Fay8 dager siden
  • That's actually amazing! On the other hand I feel a bit off because I had eggs for breakfast and now I'm thinking which stage if any were the eggs at that I personally ate. My eggs are from a farm and completely organic and natural because pre-covid I would take my kids and actually go to pick eggs. This is my new nightmare ====> 🐣

    Ali KhanAli Khan8 dager siden
  • 🤙🏾🤙🏾🤙🏾🤙🏾🤙🏾

    CALI DEZACALI DEZA8 dager siden
  • অসাধারণ!চমৎকার!

    Tariq IslamTariq Islam9 dager siden
  • It is amazing; but what happens to the chicks after? Hope they don't get discarded just so we can see this.

    Tomás MeloTomás Melo9 dager siden
    • @Halvard Skurve :'( RIP

      Tomás MeloTomás Melo3 dager siden
    • According to another comment "The embryo doesn't keep developing, they die shortly after the ranges shown in this exhibit."

      Halvard SkurveHalvard Skurve5 dager siden
  • So amazing

    Shailesh RanaShailesh Rana9 dager siden
  • That random mass of cells almost looked like a chicken.

    D BXD BX10 dager siden
  • sdf

    sonaarrsonaarr11 dager siden
  • I think that's the chicken I had for lunch today

    Jonathan CarballoJonathan Carballo11 dager siden
  • Most amacing thing i have ever seen. Really cool

    Jimmi HansenJimmi Hansen11 dager siden
  • Needs Tabasco

    Robert CraigheadRobert Craighead11 dager siden
  • What I find amazing is that the yolk acts like a placenta. The egge shell is actually gas permeable and allows waste gasses to pass out through the yolk and good gasses to pass to the embryo. Nature is amazing.

    Lara NelemansLara Nelemans11 dager siden
  • i was just drinking mocha ice-coffee and i saw "waste sac "

    [insert name here][insert name here]11 dager siden
  • Do they have to renew the eggs every day!?!?!?

    Unitas GamingUnitas Gaming11 dager siden
  • Thank you

    Rifat AhammedRifat Ahammed13 dager siden
  • *This shows how lucky you are as a human, Life is precious.😇👌🥰*

    Ultimate XLR-8Ultimate XLR-813 dager siden
  • The anatomy scan while pregnant was easily one of the most amazing things I've ever seen. We got to go over every single bit of our baby: bones, organs, all 4 chambers of the heart, brain, etc etc etc. It was a long scan but it was so cool. I always call pregnancy the coolest experiment I've ever conducted.

    Laura MooreLaura Moore13 dager siden
    • > coolest experiment I've ever conducted 😃😃😃😃😃😃😃‼‼

      Kenneth SizerKenneth Sizer5 dager siden
  • Destin, do you know if these embryos succeed in producing new chicks? I imagine they have to switch the displays every day so I hope they're going straight into an incubator to continue growing and not just discarded.

    Rob BRob B13 dager siden
  • Super cool!

    Stephan ColeStephan Cole13 dager siden
  • Too bad you weren't able to work with the Exploratorium to get a behind the scenes look at how the exhibit is maintained and "refreshed" everyday

    KermeousKermeous13 dager siden
  • Do they let the chickens develop completely? And does the lighting change them?

    Wrod of DogWrod of Dog13 dager siden
  • And we murder thousands of those per day...but they are not chickens...😫😭

    Pam WilliamsPam Williams14 dager siden
  • Bah it’s not that impressive. I mean come on. It is just another accident without any purpose. Like everything else in existence.

    Luke OrlandoLuke Orlando14 dager siden
  • Flashbacks to his first video

    Micah CurryMicah Curry14 dager siden
  • Your videos is awesome!

    Sirisat WaeowanajitSirisat Waeowanajit14 dager siden
  • I can’t get over how complicated and amazing life is. There’s more complexity in a 5 day old chicken than anything humans have ever created. Even the grass we walk on is insanely complex at a cellular level. In conclusion: nature is awesome.

    Dane BultemeierDane Bultemeier14 dager siden
    • GOD is awesome! He created all things. And he loves it when we discover how amazing he has made nature...for our enjoyment.

      Marina DoerksenMarina Doerksen13 dager siden
  • Instant ham & egg, they should sell that.

    painxxxlpainxxxl15 dager siden
  • And, back to the chicken camera stabilizer. YES

    DogHairDogHair15 dager siden
  • Scrambled 6 of them this morning

    Crimson SeaCrimson Sea15 dager siden
  • Very cool

    Blue Whales151Blue Whales15115 dager siden
  • Whaat!! Your class didn't do this in the fourth grade Destin? I now realize Mrs. Odell was more amazing than I thought. We opened up an egg a day to see the whole process.

    Bret SmithBret Smith15 dager siden
  • Thanks good

    QUOC THAIQUOC THAI15 dager siden
  • Gods creation is amazing!!!!

    Texas Wood HouseTexas Wood House15 dager siden
  • Is this similar for humans? I didn't know the heart develops so early.

    Infinity 1Infinity 116 dager siden
  • It's cool, but it's not special. Important distinction.

    Walter BurtonWalter Burton16 dager siden
    • Please elaborate.

      brain fogbrain fog15 dager siden
  • Allah is the greatest ❤️

    Psycho LogyPsycho Logy16 dager siden
  • Really cool video, but what happens to the chickens after day 7? Are these animals taken through to live a full life? I would be interested to know.

    Ken IzzardKen Izzard16 dager siden
    • According to another comment "The embryo doesn't keep developing, they die shortly after the ranges shown in this exhibit."

      Halvard SkurveHalvard Skurve5 dager siden
  • Can we just appreciate how destin went about his day and saw something he thought would be some random knowledge worth sharing

    z0ck3rz0ck3r16 dager siden
  • I think I ate day 2 before...

    AJAJ16 dager siden
  • Reality and life are so complex and beautiful, and to think we people have perspectives about it so radically different, when I see this video I see biology, embryology, science, research, wonder... On the other hand when a religious person sees this they probably think about how wise god is in his design... And that's sad

    frosecoldfrosecold16 dager siden
  • Is someone covering them

    VubbsterVubbster16 dager siden
  • So the egg labeled 'day 1' will be moved the next day and they will add another egg and label it 'day 1'?

    Frederick DiñoFrederick Diño16 dager siden
  • Abortion is murder

    Bathrobe MillionaireBathrobe Millionaire16 dager siden
  • I've noticed sometimes seeing a red spot within the yolk of store bought eggs. Assuming these are infertile, what is the red spot in the yolk?

    mjnc367mjnc36716 dager siden
  • And yet... children in the womb... 1000s everyday.

    Kyle PierceKyle Pierce16 dager siden
  • I think it’s particularly worth sharing the verse he put at the end of this video because it’s both beautifully written and appropriate for the subject matter: For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. 14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. 15 My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place, when I was woven together in the depths of the earth. 16 Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.

    Curtis WilsonCurtis Wilson16 dager siden
  • Miraculous! We are surrounded by miracles everyday. Thanks for taking the time to helps us notice....

    Thrifty Tool ShedThrifty Tool Shed16 dager siden
  • That's INCREDIBLE!! Thank you!!

    KiddsockTVKiddsockTV16 dager siden
  • Life... uh finds a way.

    Clever TinkererClever Tinkerer17 dager siden
  • Life begins at conception.

    Timothy AzbillTimothy Azbill17 dager siden
  • Planned parent would like to know your location

    MERICA Guns, freedom and love.MERICA Guns, freedom and love.17 dager siden
  • Am I the only one thinking about how would its taste change it you go from left to right?

    Eric TselovanskyiEric Tselovanskyi17 dager siden
  • Wow

    anwar dadaanwar dada17 dager siden
  • Yah I'm eating chicken as I am watching this

    Jerahmeel Shem SalengaJerahmeel Shem Salenga17 dager siden
  • Waiting for smarter every year

    MysticalsssMysticalsss17 dager siden
  • this made me cry for every aborted human...

    The WandererThe Wanderer17 dager siden
    • I know. It’s so sad that something comes from little more than two people’s DNA and a portion of a mother’s food intake organizes into a human being only to be scraped out before it even got to experience anything.

      hunter knophunter knop17 dager siden
  • that really is amazing. i would have never thought they would put an exibit like this anywhere. thanks for sharing Destin

    that shitty snare sound from st. angerthat shitty snare sound from st. anger17 dager siden
  • WOW. No idea the progression was that fast.

    Scott WheelerScott Wheeler17 dager siden
  • credit to the worker that has to update the display every single day

    ruby neoruby neo17 dager siden
  • What happens when the embryo becomes too old for the exhibit 😳

    Mixup 221Mixup 22117 dager siden
    • According to another comment "The embryo doesn't keep developing, they die shortly after the ranges shown in this exhibit."

      Halvard SkurveHalvard Skurve5 dager siden
  • Wow this was really awesome.

    Mr. GuacaswoleMr. Guacaswole17 dager siden
  • It's sad to know thar thé embyos are going to die later, the chance of hatching a chick without a shell us incredibly low!

    Grateful PianistGrateful Pianist17 dager siden
  • La ilahe illallah

    pastperfectpastperfect17 dager siden
  • its not life til it breaks it shell duhhhh

    NPC #1081288870NPC #108128887018 dager siden
  • I guess if we can eat it , we can abort it.

    Bear SchmidtBear Schmidt18 dager siden
    • @Fenriz Nobile we eat chicken . It has been fertilized 😆.

      Bear SchmidtBear Schmidt15 dager siden
    • We eat eggs that weren't fertilized

      Fenriz NobileFenriz Nobile18 dager siden
  • Day 100, ohh what a nice colorful chicken it is.. I want leg piece...

    Rahul AtriRahul Atri18 dager siden
  • Im so happy this channel exists

    Amit NagAmit Nag18 dager siden
  • If you take a hydrophilic glass container, fill it with negatively charged water, add proteins, minerals, vitamins, etc. substances and then bombard it with various frequencies of light including infrared, you should be able to randomly generate life, in theory.

    Xeno BardockXeno Bardock18 dager siden
  • Music at the end?

    Varun TulsyanVarun Tulsyan18 dager siden
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