We have three hens all with unusual names. The first two are "Ever-ready", and "Duracell" named after popular brands of batteries (all my chickens are rescued from battery farms). The third is called Shroedinger, after Shroedingers Cat. (Look it up on Internet) he was a physicist who had the idea that if you put a cat into a box (long complicated bit about radioactive isotopes here) anyway if radioactive material was detected a vial of poison would be released and would kill the cat. The main point is that if you wrote the really long equation to show this the cat could be both alive and dead at the same time because you wouldn't know til you opened the box. (I'm sure someone could explain this much better - I'm not a physicist). But our chicken has a similar thing going with eggs. At the point where we open the coop there can be eggs or no eggs - seemed funny at the time.