It is remarkable that the most recent finds have been made in areas where history has not yet acquired the meaning of the past. Eggs have been found where the traces of intrusion are still clearly recognizable or the intervention has not yet ceased at all. For example, the ninth egg was laid into newly solidified lava. Presumably the bird has known the ancient warmth of the movement within the Earth's core and has searched for it in order to keep its eggs alive. After bedding its egg between the fresh skin folds of the Earth crust on Hawaii, it could leave them with its mind at rest, because, like the egg, this place is young and ancient at once.