I have a pair of Burmese browns and the female laid her first clutch of 39 eggs on July 18. Pretty exciting...and a surprise. I had to put together an incubator quickly; unfamiliar territory. I obtained many opinions about substrate type, substrate moisture, general set-up, etc. I ended up with an ice chest, small hole in the lid and aquarium bubbler/aerator for air intake at the bottom, heat pad on the bottom, rack, 2 containers, each covered with lid, with holes around the edge of container for ventilation, vermiculite moistened until further moisture could not be wrung out (I did not hear about 1:1 verm/water ratio until more recently), eggs "X'd" on superior position and buried about 50%, temp 85-87 (mostly 86), humidity 80-90% (various opinions on this). I am now at day 36 and all of the eggs are in some condition of collapse (severe denting/dimpling). I doubt that any will be viable. I do plan to wait out the 60-70 days for a miracle even though it is not expected. What could I have done differently?