The question is: can we still eat them? Here's what happened. My daughters bought an incubator of their own and were planning to set a batch of eggs tonight. I counted out 16 days, and we won't be here at hatching time. Hmph. They're bummed, but I'm glad they hadn't started the batch yet. We had the eggs from 7, 6, 5, and 4 days ago all in a spare fridge set at 52. Then the eggs from 3 days ago and 2 days ago sat at 70 daytime and 40 nighttime. Are they OK to eat? Can I just pop them all in the regular fridge and eat them soon? I would probably crack each one into a small dish first, to make sure they look OK. Even if they look OK, do you think they'll be safe enough to eat?