From New Scientist magazine: Human egg makes accidental debut on camera.

Look closely: this is history in the making. These are the clearest pictures ever taken of what is the starting point of every human life: ovulation occurring inside a woman's body.

Observing ovulation in humans is extremely rare, and previous images have been fuzzy... The release of an egg was considered a sudden, explosive event, but [these] pictures, to be published in Fertility and Sterility, show it taking place over a period of at least 15 minutes."

I read this article at my sister's house last week and showed my brother-in-law right afterwards. At first, we were both obviously amazed. But after a second or two, we looked at each other and were like, Hmmm... experts don't really know anything, do they?

I mean, you'd think with all the progress with IVF, etc., they'd know it takes 15 minutes for an egg to be released and not a nano-second, right?

"There is nothing new under the sun but there are lots of old things we don't know."
— Ambrose Bierce

(BTW, regarding the picture of the ovary... that's what Picky and Choosy's home looks like.)