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Author Topic: Mi secretaria publicó un artículo sobre "Cuerpos en el limbo"  (Read 461 times)

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Offline JimDublin

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Mi secretaria publicó un artículo sobre "Cuerpos en el limbo"

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Intro:

Lindow Moss es una ciénaga que se encuentra en el condado de Cheshire, al sur de Mánchester. En una casa situada a 300 metros de la misma, en 1961, un hombre recibe la visita de su exmujer; es la última vez que se vería a Malika María de Fernández con vida. Después de llevar a cabo una investigación, la policía sospecha de su exmarido, pero sin cuerpo ni pruebas, se vieron forzados a guardar el caso en un cajón.

Dos décadas después una empresa se encontraba extrayendo turba (para ser utilizada como combustible o abono) en esa misma ciénaga cuando dos trabajadores vieron en la cinta transportadora algo que, en un principio, pensaron podría ser una pelota. Al inspeccionar esa extraña circunferencia descubren pelo y un ojo, por lo que llaman a la policía.

Los médicos forenses confirman que el cuerpo pertenece a una mujer de entre 30 y 50 años. Los detectives relacionan el cadáver con la desaparición de María de Fernández e interrogan a su exmarido, que se encontraba en la cárcel por otro delito. Al informarle de que habían encontrado la cabeza de una mujer en la ciénaga, confiesa el crimen.

Sin embargo, uno de los detectives no está del todo conforme y envía una muestra del cráneo a Oxford para realizar la prueba del Carbono-14. Meses más tarde los resultados confirman que ese cráneo perteneció a una mujer que murió hacía unos 1600 años (cuando esa zona estaba aún ocupada por el Imperio romano)

¿Como pudieron confundir un cuerpo muerto hace 1600 años con el de un asesinato cometido hace unos 20 años? Pues porque lo que encontraron fue uno de los llamados Bog bodies, traducidos al español como momias de las turberas o momias de las ciénagas.



Full story:
http://naukas.com/2018/03/07/cuerpos-en-el-limbo/



Este artículo nos lo envía David Meana (Salamanca 1979) Curioso empedernido, me encanta escuchar porque adoro aprender. Apasionado por la ciencia y la tecnología y amante de la música. Vivo en Irlanda desde hace más de 10 años y trabajo como asesor de control de calidad en una empresa de software. Podéis seguir su cuenta de twitter en @Swiwel
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"Cuerpos en el limbo" My secretary published an article on "Bog Bodies"
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2018, 12:58:26 pm »
My secretary David published an article on "Bog Bodies" in Spanish
Below introduction translated in English and links to English translated page.

Intro:

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Lindow Moss is a bog that is located in the county of Cheshire, south of Manchester. In a house located 300 meters from it, in 1961, a man receives the visit of his ex-wife; It is the last time that Malika María de Fernández would be alive. After carrying out an investigation, the police suspect their ex-husband, but without body or evidence, they were forced to keep the case in a drawer.

Two decades later, a company was extracting peat (to be used as fuel or fertilizer) in the same swamp when two workers saw something on the conveyor belt that, at first, they thought could be a ball. When they inspect that strange circle, they discover hair and an eye, so they call the police.



Forensic doctors confirm that the body belongs to a woman between 30 and 50 years old. Detectives link the body to the disappearance of María de Fernández and interrogate her ex-husband, who was in jail for another crime. By informing him that they had found the head of a woman in the swamp, he confesses the crime.

However, one of the detectives is not entirely satisfied and sends a sample of the skull to Oxford to perform the Carbon-14 test. Months later the results confirm that this skull belonged to a woman who died about 1600 years ago (when that area was still occupied by the Roman Empire)

How could they mistake a dead body 1600 years ago for a murder committed some 20 years ago? Because what they found was one of the so-called Bog bodies , translated into Spanish as mummies from the peat bogs or mummies from the swamps....

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https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fnaukas.com%2F2018%2F03%2F07%2Fcuerpos-en-el-limbo%2F&sandbox=1

Full story: Original in Spanish
http://naukas.com/2018/03/07/cuerpos-en-el-limbo/
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Re: Mi secretaria publicó un artículo sobre "Cuerpos en el limbo"
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2018, 03:22:12 pm »
your secretary? :)
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Re: Mi secretaria publicó un artículo sobre "Cuerpos en el limbo"
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2018, 03:48:23 pm »
Yeah, "Secretary" ...

He refers to the role as  "Slave" but I've told him a few times that he can't be saying that in the office.  :P hence I call him "Secretary" to annoy him.

He's actually a very talented Quality consultant.
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