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Morse code for dolphins...

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According to a Wired Article, scientists are attempting to develope a common language for humans to use in communicating with dolphins. This sound-based language will likely be examined as closely as the sign-language that are used with our simian cousins... although, from the statements in the article researches don't expect it to ever reach that level of sophistication.


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First communications with the dolphins went like this:

.-- . / .-- .- -. - / -- --- .-. . / ..-. .. ... ....

Well, what did you expect them to say? "Where's the remote?" :)

Allen Kitchen (shockwave)

Reality is not only stranger than we think, it's stranger than we CAN think!

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"So long, and thanks for all the fish"?

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But to use the remote, don't they need opposable thumbs? :)

"We use them for divine retribution."

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