How many chickens?

From: "Joe-Jeff"

how many full grown chickens could fit inside the
core of the earth?

**Edwin thought this was a good answer:**

Enough to supply all the KFC's in the
world for a very long time.
mmmmm..... chicken

**TB gave us this equation to help solve the
problem:**

If we base the earth as a sphere, we calculate the
volume of earth using the formula -> V = 3/4 PI x RADIUS CUBED. This
gives us 38,758,218,739,650,000,000,000 cubic feet. If we allocate a
cubic foot per chicken, the number above should be the number of
chickens in a sphere the size of earth. Since there is an estimated
8,000,000,000 chickens currently on earth (static number), you will
need 4,844,777,342,456 TIMES the current number to fill earth's
sphere.

**pafvolka thought of this explanation:**

it's impossible to find out because every time someone tries the first chickens run back out because of
the heat, and so on.

Catt: None - No chicken could fit in the
center of the earth as it would burn up/melt ect

**Dan agreed with Catt and summed it up with this:**

No full grown chickens would fit into the core of
the earth because they would be incinerated immediately. Or another
way to look at it is that an unlimited number of chickens would fit
as they would so quickly be turned to ash that they would consume no
space.