Well, well...the penguins again!

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Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 02:01:48 AM
Caught this little diddy of an article the other day about a very "rare" black penguin that was photgraphed recently. Read the article and tell me who does THIS remind you of. Could it be another sly clue?

All-black penguin discovered
By Stephen Messenger, TreeHugger
Posted Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:06pm PST

King Penguins are notorious for their prim, tuxedoed appearance -- but a recently discovered all-black penguin seems unafraid to defy convention. In what has been described as a "one in a zillion kind of mutation," biologists say that the animal has lost control of its pigmentation, an occurrence that is extremely rare. Other than the penguin's monochromatic outfit, the animal appears to be perfectly healthy -- and then some. "Look at the size of those legs," said one scientist, "It's an absolute monster."

The under-dressed penguin was photographed by Andrew Evans of National Geographic on the island of South Georgia near Antarctica. As the picture circulated, some biologists were taken aback -- including Dr. Allan Baker of the University of Toronto. His first response was disbelief:

Wow. That looks so bizarre I can't even believe it. Wow.
While multicolored birds will often show some variation, Dr. Baker explains that what makes this all-black King Penguin so rare is that the bird's melanin deposits have occurred where they are typically not present -- enough so that no light feathers even checker the bird's normally white chest.

Andrew Evans:

Melanism is merely the dark pigmentation of skin, fur -- or in this case, feathers. The unique trait derives from increased melanin in the body. Genes may play a role, but so might other factors. While melanism is common in many different animal species (e.g., Washington D.C. is famous for its melanistic squirrels), the trait is extremely rare in penguins. All-black penguins are so rare there is practically no research on the subject -- biologists guess that perhaps one in every quarter million of penguins shows evidence of at least partial melanism, whereas the penguin we saw appears to be almost entirely (if not entirely) melanistic.
Whether or not the all-black look catches on in the penguin fashion world, it's nice to see someone dressing-down for once.



I guess the new question soon will be: If Michael is coming back, just how will he LOOK when he comes back. When you think about it, it would be a bit anti-climatic if he came back looking exactly like he did before he left. Michael never half steps and I'm sure this goes for his look also. Can't come back the same way he left. It almost HAS to be different.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 02:50:09 AM
Penguins?

Fuck off.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 02:59:37 AM
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Penguins?

Fuck off.


WAAAAAAAAAAA?

Seriously?

Did someone steal your toy out of the cereal box?

I love me some penguin!!

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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 03:03:33 AM
Shamone......


Whats that got to do with the hoax?

Dont drift off man..... :roll:
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 04:48:33 AM
LOL I think dmovie27 means this could be a connection to penguin suit or penguine dance in this is it.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 01:59:35 PM
All I can say is...WOW! You FOOLS really DON'T know what time it is. The stupidity here never ceases to amaze me.

All of you...D.A.N.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 02:02:06 PM
Idiots didn't even see that the guy who reported this last name is "Messenger".
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 02:33:16 PM
dmovie27 and MJ_92_Believe, change your attitude of refrain from posting please.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

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Uh..ok?   :|
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

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People please don't get rude...
I sometimes read more ridiculous things than this, and I don't react that childish then...
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 05:17:18 PM
I hear you Mo, I just hope you can understand that I'm really really tired of people abusing each other. The hyprocrisy is suffocating! I don't get how you "people" claim to be Michael Jackson supporters and act the way you do. You don't even give the information a chance. You're so caught up in the hype and obsession and THAT is what has NOTHING to do with this hoax. It's really getting depressing and more importantly...OLD.

I'm done.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 05:34:28 PM
Quote from: "dmovie27"
Caught this little diddy of an article the other day about a very "rare" black penguin that was photgraphed recently. Read the article and tell me who does THIS remind you of. Could it be another sly clue?

All-black penguin discovered
By Stephen Messenger, TreeHugger
Posted Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:06pm PST

King Penguins are notorious for their prim, tuxedoed appearance -- but a recently discovered all-black penguin seems unafraid to defy convention. In what has been described as a "one in a zillion kind of mutation," biologists say that the animal has lost control of its pigmentation, an occurrence that is extremely rare. Other than the penguin's monochromatic outfit, the animal appears to be perfectly healthy -- and then some. "Look at the size of those legs," said one scientist, "It's an absolute monster."

The under-dressed penguin was photographed by Andrew Evans of National Geographic on the island of South Georgia near Antarctica. As the picture circulated, some biologists were taken aback -- including Dr. Allan Baker of the University of Toronto. His first response was disbelief:

Wow. That looks so bizarre I can't even believe it. Wow.
While multicolored birds will often show some variation, Dr. Baker explains that what makes this all-black King Penguin so rare is that the bird's melanin deposits have occurred where they are typically not present -- enough so that no light feathers even checker the bird's normally white chest.

Andrew Evans:

Melanism is merely the dark pigmentation of skin, fur -- or in this case, feathers. The unique trait derives from increased melanin in the body. Genes may play a role, but so might other factors. While melanism is common in many different animal species (e.g., Washington D.C. is famous for its melanistic squirrels), the trait is extremely rare in penguins. All-black penguins are so rare there is practically no research on the subject -- biologists guess that perhaps one in every quarter million of penguins shows evidence of at least partial melanism, whereas the penguin we saw appears to be almost entirely (if not entirely) melanistic.
Whether or not the all-black look catches on in the penguin fashion world, it's nice to see someone dressing-down for once.



I guess the new question soon will be: If Michael is coming back, just how will he LOOK when he comes back. When you think about it, it would be a bit anti-climatic if he came back looking exactly like he did before he left. Michael never half steps and I'm sure this goes for his look also. Can't come back the same way he left. It almost HAS to be different.


Don't know if Michael will change his appearance if he comes back because people will not believe it's him.

This penguin is looking straight in the lens  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

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How do u equate stupidity to Love . Because we love, we have to tolerate stupidity . Not Mj's message at all . Go listen some more of his music .Knowledge is power ,not stupidity .
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 08:59:05 PM
Thanks for the post, dmovie27!  I enjoyed reading the article, and find the penguin to be very cute.  :D And honestly, I don't find this any crazier than other ideas discussed on this forum, such as the whole numerology thing (which I don't believe in).  So maybe we should all keep in mind that "crazy" is in the eye of the beholder.  ;)

I don't really believe this has anything to do with MJ, despite the "Messenger" and "TreeHugger" thing... I'm someone who believes in coincidences, and I think the whole world is a web of connections.  I see a metaphorical/symbolic link between this penguin and MJ, but nothing more.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 09:24:57 PM
Here's my analysis on it and it kinda
sounds like Mike's life to me!!
From childhood to 'death"
Becuz of all the drama ppl didn't see this.
Not saying it has anything to do with hoax.
I'm just saying... it discribes Mike!! :D  ;) LOVE



Quote from: "dmovie27"
Caught this little diddy of an article the other day about a very "rare" black penguin that was photgraphed recently. Read the article and tell me who does THIS remind you of. Could it be another sly clue?

All-black penguin discovered
By Stephen Messenger, TreeHugger
Posted Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:06pm PST

King Penguins are notorious for their prim, tuxedoed appearance -- but a recently discovered all-black penguin seems unafraid to defy convention. In what has been described as a "one in a zillion kind of mutation," biologists say that the animal has lost control of its pigmentation, an occurrence that is extremely rare. Other than the penguin's monochromatic outfit, the animal appears to be perfectly healthy -- and then some. "Look at the size of those legs," said one scientist, "It's an absolute monster."

The under-dressed penguin was photographed by Andrew Evans of National Geographic on the island of South Georgia near Antarctica. As the picture circulated, some biologists were taken aback -- including Dr. Allan Baker of the University of Toronto.

Wow. That looks so bizarre I can't even believe it. Wow.
While multicolored birds will often show some variation, Dr. Baker explains that what makes this all-black King Penguin so rare is that the bird's melanin deposits have occurred where they are typically not present -- enough so that no light feathers even checker the bird's normally white chest.

Andrew Evans:

Melanism is merely the dark pigmentation of skin, fur -- or in this case, feathers. The unique trait derives from increased melanin in the body. Genes may play a role, but so might other factors. While melanism is common in many different animal species (e.g., Washington D.C. is famous for its melanistic squirrels), the trait is extremely rare in penguins. All-black penguins are so rare there is practically no research on the subject -- biologists guess that perhaps one in every quarter million of penguins shows evidence of at least partial melanism, whereas the penguin we saw appears to be almost entirely (if not entirely) melanistic.
Whether or not the all-black look catches on in the penguin fashion world, it's nice to see someone dressing-down for once.



I guess the new question soon will be: If Michael is coming back, just how will he LOOK when he comes back. When you think about it, it would be a bit anti-climatic if he came back looking exactly like he did before he left. Michael never half steps and I'm sure this goes for his look also. Can't come back the same way he left. It almost HAS to be different.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 16, 2010, 10:58:25 PM
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Here's my analysis on it and it kinda
sounds like Mike's life to me!!
From childhood to 'death"
Becuz of all the drama ppl didn't see this.
Not saying it has anything to do with hoax.
I'm just saying... it discribes Mike!! :D  ;) LOVE

Thank you. Glad there is some thinking going on. You're seeing what I'm seeing.
Here's a few more in there also:


Quote from: "dmovie27"
Caught this little diddy of an article the other day about a very "rare" black penguin that was photgraphed recently. Read the article and tell me who does THIS remind you of. Could it be another sly clue?

All-black penguin discovered
By Stephen Messenger, TreeHugger
Posted Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:06pm PST

King Penguins are notorious for their prim, tuxedoed appearance -- but a recently discovered all-black penguin seems unafraid to defy convention. In what has been described as a "one in a zillion kind of mutation," biologists say that the animal has lost control of its pigmentation, an occurrence that is extremely rare. Other than the penguin's monochromatic outfit, the animal appears to be perfectly healthy -- and then some. "Look at the size of those legs," said one scientist, "It's an absolute monster."

The under-dressed penguin was photographed by Andrew Evans of National Geographic on the island of South Georgia near Antarctica. As the picture circulated, some biologists were taken aback -- including Dr. Allan Baker of the University of Toronto.

Wow. That looks so bizarre I can't even believe it. Wow.
While multicolored birds will often show some variation, Dr. Baker explains that what makes this all-black King Penguin so rare is that the bird's melanin deposits have occurred where they are typically not present -- enough so that no light feathers even checker the bird's normally white chest.

Andrew Evans:

Melanism is merely the dark pigmentation of skin, fur -- or in this case, feathers. The unique trait derives from increased melanin in the body. Genes may play a role, but so might other factors. While melanism is common in many different animal species (e.g., Washington D.C. is famous for its melanistic squirrels), the trait is extremely rare in penguins. All-black penguins are so rare there is practically no research on the subject -- biologists guess that perhaps one in every quarter million of penguins shows evidence of at least partial melanism, whereas the penguin we saw appears to be almost entirely (if not entirely) melanistic.
Whether or not the all-black look catches on in the penguin fashion world, it's nice to see someone dressing-down for once.



I guess the new question soon will be: If Michael is coming back, just how will he LOOK when he comes back. When you think about it, it would be a bit anti-climatic if he came back looking exactly like he did before he left. Michael never half steps and I'm sure this goes for his look also. Can't come back the same way he left. It almost HAS to be different.

Now, with the so called penguin dance move (which actually means something else) and Michael appearing with penguins in Men in Black 2, it just seems odd that an article like this would come out and be worded in this way with so many similarites to Mike.
That's all I'm saying...look deeper.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

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By Stephen Messenger, TreeHugger
Posted Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:06pm PST

Okay before I even read the article, I noticed some things which may or may not mean anything. First, the last name is Messenger (which I think dmovie pointed out earlier in the thread). Second, Tree Hugger...MJ is a lover of trees. March 10 2010 = 3 + 1 + 2 +1 = 7
And the time is 3:06pm which equals to 9. 9 and 7 are key numbers in this if you believe in TS's theory. It could all be a strange coincidence but it doesn't hurt to look into it a little. Thanks for posting!
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 17, 2010, 01:03:51 AM
looking4truth,
Thank you for your insight.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 17, 2010, 02:24:04 AM
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This penguin is looking straight in the lens  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
:lol:  :?

In general, this is one of the awesomest threads ever.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

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although this topic is not worth it, there's no need to be rude!!!...chill out!! :ugeek:
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 17, 2010, 04:07:41 AM
I love penguins! thanks for the post d!
I love this forum, but some people seems like just enjoy bashing the others members, so just ignore them and what they say, is not worth it
Here we are more the ones that wants to share a hug than the ones that wants to laugh at others..

Lots of L.O.V.E and thanks for posting :)
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

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By Stephen Messenger, TreeHugger
Posted Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:06pm PST

Okay before I even read the article, I noticed some things which may or may not mean anything. First, the last name is Messenger (which I think dmovie pointed out earlier in the thread). Second, Tree Hugger...MJ is a lover of trees. March 10 2010 = 3 + 1 + 2 +1 = 7
And the time is 3:06pm which equals to 9. 9 and 7 are key numbers in this if you believe in TS's theory. It could all be a strange coincidence but it doesn't hurt to look into it a little. Thanks for posting!

Good points.
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 17, 2010, 09:06:33 PM
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I love penguins! thanks for the post d!
I love this forum, but some people seems like just enjoy bashing the others members, so just ignore them and what they say, is not worth it
Here we are more the ones that wants to share a hug than the ones that wants to laugh at others..

Lots of L.O.V.E and thanks for posting :)

love you more. x
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

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Thank you. Glad there is some thinking going on. You're seeing what I'm seeing.
Here's a few more in there also:


Quote from: "dmovie27"
Caught this little diddy of an article the other day about a very "rare" black penguin that was photgraphed recently. Read the article and tell me who does THIS remind you of. Could it be another sly clue?

All-black penguin discovered
By Stephen Messenger, TreeHugger
Posted Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:06pm PST

King Penguins are notorious for their prim, tuxedoed appearance -- but a recently discovered all-black penguin seems unafraid to defy convention. In what has been described as a "one in a zillion kind of mutation," biologists say that the animal has lost control of its pigmentation, an occurrence that is extremely rare. Other than the penguin's monochromatic outfit, the animal appears to be perfectly healthy -- and then some. "Look at the size of those legs," said one scientist, "It's an absolute monster."

The under-dressed penguin was photographed by Andrew Evans of National Geographic on the island of South Georgia near Antarctica. As the picture circulated, some biologists were taken aback -- including Dr. Allan Baker of the University of Toronto.

Wow. That looks so bizarre I can't even believe it. Wow.
While multicolored birds will often show some variation, Dr. Baker explains that what makes this all-black King Penguin so rare is that the bird's melanin deposits have occurred where they are typically not present -- enough so that no light feathers even checker the bird's normally white chest.

Andrew Evans:

Melanism is merely the dark pigmentation of skin, fur -- or in this case, feathers. The unique trait derives from increased melanin in the body. Genes may play a role, but so might other factors. While melanism is common in many different animal species (e.g., Washington D.C. is famous for its melanistic squirrels), the trait is extremely rare in penguins. All-black penguins are so rare there is practically no research on the subject -- biologists guess that perhaps one in every quarter million of penguins shows evidence of at least partial melanism, whereas the penguin we saw appears to be almost entirely (if not entirely) melanistic.
Whether or not the all-black look catches on in the penguin fashion world, it's nice to see someone dressing-down for once.



I guess the new question soon will be: If Michael is coming back, just how will he LOOK when he comes back. When you think about it, it would be a bit anti-climatic if he came back looking exactly like he did before he left. Michael never half steps and I'm sure this goes for his look also. Can't come back the same way he left. It almost HAS to be different.

Now, with the so called penguin dance move (which actually means something else) and Michael appearing with penguins in Men in Black 2, it just seems odd that an article like this would come out and be worded in this way with so many similarites to Mike.
That's all I'm saying...look deeper.
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From the link above, it is a picture of MJ in ALL BLACK, like "Men In Black" his face is inside a bubble, like he appeared inside a bubble in the movie "Men In Black 2".

Inside the bubble with MJ was some penguins. The "Men In Black" dressed in suits similiar to penguins. MJ wanted to be called Agent M in the movie and so now he is our real Life agent M on a mission to send a message, hence the name "messenger" in the article. MJ is here to save the world, lol.


Thank you Agent M, I love you! :mrgreen:
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Re: Well, well...the penguins again!

  • on: March 19, 2010, 02:38:10 PM
Are you serious guys?
I never saw that "penguin thing" as a dance move. I though he was queuing the band.
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