Three eggs in a homemade incubator. Temp wavers between 94 degrees and 101.8 degrees. Humidity is approximately 52%. Eggs are from my Rhode Island Red, which has been fertilized by my neighbor's Bantam/Red cross rooster. I'm on my day 20, and all I see in the eggs are black blobs that float inside the eggs when I candle them. I assume that, by day 20, the outline of the peeps should be clearly visible when candling. I believe the eggs are fertilized, as I see the bulls-eye when I have broken up other eggs to cook. Are these eggs toast? I've started collecting a new batch, under the assumption that these will not make it. Thanks for any info you could provide.