OK, so I have been shipping and receiving hatching eggs thru the mail for a very long time. And I understand the postal system can be very rough on the eggs, often rendering them unhatchable. But I wanted to ask everyone here - does shipping fertile eggs render them INFERTILE? As in, the blastodisc showing no signs of having ever been fertilized? The reason I ask this is because many times I have seen people say that shipping makes them infertile but to my way of thinking, once fertile they stay that way. Now, that does NOT mean they will hatch because they are fertile - just that if the eggs are fertile when they are packed in that shipping box, they will still be fertile (tho possibly unhatchable) when they are unpacked at their final destination. What say you? Once fertile, always fertile?