How different organs of creatures grow from the yoke and the albumin inside an egg — a hypothesis
Though I don’t deny that biologists have discovered the sequence in which different organs of various creatures grow inside their eggs, I doubt if they have also investigated how so many different organs of creatures grow from the yoke and the albumin — inside the eggs.
Although every organ of each creature grows inside the eggs, is it not true that all organs grow out of only two things — from the egg’s yoke and the egg’s albumin?
Does it not sound like a miracle?
Here is a hypothesis not based on any scientific research but based on only common sense which tells — how does this miracle happen!
IS IT NOT TRUE THAT AN ARTIST CREATES INFINITE TYPES OF PAINTINGS WITH THE SAME SET OF BRUSHES AND THE SAME TYPES OF COLORS?
OBVIOUSLY, IT MAKES IT CLEAR THAT IT SHOULD NOT COME TO US AS A SURPRISE THAT IN THE SAME WAY, IT SHOULD BE ALSO POSSIBLE FOR DIFFERENT ORGANS OF THE CREATURES TO GET CREATED FROM JUST TWO THINGS — THE YOKE AND THE ALBUMIN.
There is great semblance in the “process of creation of various organs from the yokes and the albumins of the eggs” and the “creation of all types of things such as the blood, the bones, the muscles, the ear wax, the teeth, the saliva and the acids that digest the food get formed from the same food we eat — in our body”.
Most likely, the same way as the fusion of human sperm and human ovum triggers the creation of various organs of our body inside the womb of a woman; the eggs are also created inside the bodies of the female creatures by the fusion of the sperm of the males and the ovum of the females.
Though when we break an egg, we see only the yoke and the albumin, we should believe that the eggs should also have some variant of an artist sitting somewhere inside each egg who should be converting some of the yoke into blood, some of it into bones, some of it into the eyes, ears, nose, heart, lungs, intestines etc and, thereafter, the albumin into the feathers of the birds or the fins of the fish — so to say.
That’s it — exactly!
It sums up my hypothesis.
Does this hypothesis not make sense?
Should I tell you — this hypothesis has not struck me just in a day?
THOUGH I THOUGHT OF WRITING OUT IT ON MEDIUM.COM ONLY TODAY, WHETHER RIGHT OR WRONG, MY MIND HAS BEEN WORKING ON IT FOR SEVERAL MONTHS, WHICH I AM SHARING WITH YOU ALL — TODAY.
What is true in the case of the eggs of birds and aquatic creatures, has to be true in the case of the insects such as butterflies (the life cycle of which has been shown in the following diagram) as well as in the case of the mosquitoes.
Image Source: EdrawMax Online 
March 30, 2021