I'm sure many of you remember nurse_turtle's Bra-bator. I was very surprised to see how long it did last. All the way to lock down! I began to wonder… since the lower temp extended maturation, would changing the chick to a normal incubator at lockdown, or a day before, be enough for it to hatch? It's not unheard of of eggs to hatch in unusually extended periods of 100+ degree weather in hotter places around the world. And the weather isn't exactly always steady. SO eggs do hatch under less than optimal circumstances. I had a friend's mom who hatched eggs in a bowl under a light. They just wanted to try it. All hatched and they didn't turn them or anything. So the idea that the bra-bator could actually work floated back into my head. I would like to give it a shot myself. I have the err… equipment, the time and dedication it takes. I am a college student so I spend a lot of time sitting down in a class or driving in my car commuting. So I don't think they'd get jostled so much. I also remember that I may possibly have a high than normal body temperature ( I need to recheck this) that is closer to 99 degrees. ( I used to get fevers all the time as a little girl so I had my temperature monitored a lot lol.) I also wear hoodies all the time and they keep me extra warm. Could this possibly make up for the 1-2 degree difference? Well anyways, I really wanted to know whether or not people would support me on here if I chose to recreate her experiment. I know it didn't work (but a lot of eggs stop developing at that time with normal incubation too!) so I'm not sure how people would respond. I'd like to do this and report the information like nurse_turtle did, it was so fascinating! …I've discovered I can fit 2 eggs comfortably. So if I did try this it would be with two eggs. I already have the eggs i'd try. One is a large EE egg from one of two gorgeous hens (and a stunning pure white ee or ameraucana rooster) and one from a weird looking crested hen and the same rooster. The ee egg is most likely from my hen's sister… so that would be interesting to see. …so…should I try this?