yesterday and today the power went out for the whole neighborhood fortunately I had my laptop charged and a I have a battery lamp. I put the lamp on one side of the still-air incubator little giant well actually I put it on the left window and the thermometer in the middle of the left window with the eggs around it. I put a lot of wet stuff to bring the humidity up to 60% but I could only manage to get it up from 30% to 54%. The temperature stays around 98.5-102.6 and the humidity stays constant 54%. If somehow I see a pip any of this days and the chicks can't manage to get out because the humidity is too low I will try to help. I already put A LOT of wet stuff I mean A LOT! but the humidity only stays 54% on the right window of the bator it is like Smogish but on the window with the light theres no smog and the eggs seem dry and not wet I was specting the eggs to be like sweating but the aren't maybe because the light is doing something and it ain't allowing to be smog maybe thats why the other side it is smog because theres no light. Well do you think they would at least pip??? I've heard they need humidity to MOVE around to brake the shell but like the humidity is not too low just like for 6% off because it stays at 54% at least they would pip but not brake the shell won't they??? or will they die? If I hear them chirping I would brake the shell for them IF I DON'T SEE A PIP!.