Well, I admit, it's day 19, and well, no pips, no noise, nothing. So, I pulled a few eggs out and cracked them. I did it slowly to see if there was any blood, and I figured I'd stop if there was. The first three had undersized chicks, that were killed presumably in the heat spike last week or so. They were definately not full term chicks, and still had huge egg yolks, the big monster sized eyes, etc. Then, the last egg I cracked, well, I found this: He wasn't moving, and there was no blood, but, you can see that the yolk was almost absorbed, thus he had to of been close to full term. Did I kill him by opening the egg, or did he die in the egg? There was no movement or anything, but, well, if he died in the egg, then what happened? He would have been a survivor of the heat spike, but then what else would have killed him so close if it wasn't my fault? Or, was it my fault? I just remember people breaking open eggs and finding wigglers in them, and this guy wasn't moving at all. So, am I a killer, or what happened? P.S. Sorry for the BK wrapper, I poured the little guy onto a paper towel in the trash can.