Exhumation of the Dodo

Today Me and Arven were discussing latest news and have noticed some interesting coincidences. The result of this discussion you may read in the Arven’s article.

Today on the birthday of Michael Jackson in the network appeared two pieces of news that can not be missed.
So, let’s begin.The so-called reliable sources News of the world there is information on the possible exhumation of the “body” of Michael.

“Murray’s team will try to convince a judge the King of Pop’s body gave out after decades of abuse of painkilling pills and jabs. They hope to get the cardiologist’s involuntary manslaughter charges thrown out.
Lead attorney Ed Chernoff has already got the green light to re-test tissue samples removed and frozen after Jacko, 50, died last June.
The family friend added: “If the tests don’t concur with the coroner’s findings, they have the start of a strong defence.
“The logical next step would be to exhume the body to make new tests.”I wonder who is going to exhume Conrad? I would have had even egg Dodo bird did not trust him.
You may ask – why is the Dodo? Oh, the bird plays a significant role in the dramatization of death. Communication can be seen here.

The second news is directly related to the exhumation … Dodo bird.

“JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Aug. 27 (UPI) — A South African museum says it has the world’s last surviving dodo egg and is preparing to allow DNA testing of the precious exhibit to confirm it.The flightless dodo became extinct in the mid-17th century after being extensively hunted in its native home of Mauritius by visiting sailors and the dogs and cats they brought on voyages with them, which plundered the birds’ nests, The Daily Telegraph reported Friday.

The egg was given to South Africa’s East London Museum in 1915 by the great aunt of the museums curator at the time, the British newspaper said. It was given to the aunt by a sea captain who made many trips to Mauritius where he said he found it in a swamp.

Now, the museum’s current curator has decided to test the provenance of its most-prized artifact.

Mcebisi Magadla said the test would involve breaking off a piece of egg the size of a pen point from the outside of the egg.

He said it could be tested at the University of Cape Town or further afield in Oxford, England, where Oxford University’s Natural History Museum houses the foot and head of a dodo.

“We have a duty to test the egg to prove its authenticity one way or another and the best way to do that is by DNA testing,” he said. “As a museum we cannot say something is authentic unless we can check.”

“The egg was given to the museum’s curator Dr Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer in 1915 by her great aunt Lavinia.

She in turn was given it by a family friend who worked as a sea captain and made regular trips to the dodo’s native home of Mauritius where he said he found the egg in a swamp.
Together with a pre-historic coelacanth previously thought to be extinct but found in East London Bay and positively identified by Dr Courtenay-Latimer in 1938, the egg draws thousands of visitors a year from all over the world.Now, the museum’s curator has decided to test the veracity of its most prized artefact.

Mcebisi Magadla said the test would involve breaking off a piece of egg the size of a pen nib from the outside of a hole the size of a five pence piece in its surface.

He said it could be tested at the University of Cape Town or further afield in Oxford, where the university’s Natural History Museum houses the foot and head of a dodo.

“We have a duty to test the egg to prove its authenticity one way or another and the best way to do that is by DNA testing,” he said. “As a museum we cannot say something is authentic unless we can check.”

The flightless dodo became extinct in the mid 17th century after being extensively hunted by visiting sailors and the dogs and cats they brought on voyages with them which plundered the birds’ nests.”

Interesting coincidence, is not it? Although in the coincidence I do not believe, especially over the past year.Since the time of the football championship some believers, with whom I associate have ideas about the connection of South Africa and Michael.


That is the Dodo bird egg (ie Michael) is located in Johannesburg in South Africa.And there to the hotel The Palace of the Lost City near.

©arvenru_2010

  1. August 29, 2010 at 11:50 pm

    I Never believed it was what it was !! i couldnt comprehend you just Know that what they were saying it was not when they said it to the whole world!!! i know ,Knew That instint it wasnt what it was !!! Under the watch full of eye of Protectors is what i thing i Know until the truth comes out then saftey and live safe Just dont believe he is where most(of the world) think he is didnt think it then and i Really dont think it Know !!! just a gut feeling the minute i heard here i am 42 and listen my whole teenage life went life through life you grow up you raise kids you marry you have problems you live LIFE and life changes so i grew up i didnt listen anymore to the wonderful music until that day when i went back to those years instintly and guess what speaking from a grownup point of view instintly i beleive not what most of the world believes after 25 years of being really grown up i went back i found myself again i have pets again i dont worry so much i have really fun with my last two children at home married off 3 other daughters but what i am trying to say is i really dont beleive he is where most of the world believes gut feeling im pretty good with my inter feelings i have a pretty good great jugde of people and i really believe the unbelievable god bless you im here!! i Understand i know!!

  2. elizabeth- cawobeth
    August 30, 2010 at 3:04 am

    I laughed when I got to the Dodo part…this is curious; after sooo many years the decision to test the Dodo is this year ? It’s funny, coincidence, God-incidence
    or not.
    I can’t help but wonder if the museum curator thought to do so himself or someone requested so of him ?
    Does he drink 5 Alive or coke ?
    Wonder if he ever googled Dodo on youtube…

  3. September 25, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    elizabeth- cawobeth :

    I can’t help but wonder if the museum curator thought to do so himself or someone requested so of him ?
    Does he drink 5 Alive or coke ?
    Wonder if he ever googled Dodo on youtube…

    5Alive in Nigeria🙂 http://allafrica.com/stories/200909300458.html

  1. September 5, 2010 at 4:14 pm

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