Talking with Dolphins

Posted May 17, 2012 by Johnny2x in Science

Wouldn’t it be hysterical if they finally work this out and we can communicate with Dolphins the same as we talk with people but it turns out they are super boring!?

They just ramble on and on about what type of fish they enjoy. So we decide to just turn the device letting us communicate off. has the story:

“Dolphin speaker” could pave the way for human-cetacean communication

While there’s little doubt that dolphins are saying something to one another with all their clicks, squeals and whistles, we’re still not entirely sure just what it is that they’re communicating. We may be getting closer to figuring it out, however, as Japanese scientists have created an underwater speaker that’s capable of playing back the creatures’ entire acoustic range. The next step – see how they respond.

The device was created by a team from the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, working with colleagues from tech company Fusion, Inc. It can reproduce not only the dolphins’ low-frequency sub-20 kiloHertz sounds, which can likewise be made and heard by humans, but also their high-frequency sounds that we can’t hear, which go up to 150 kHz.

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    i imagine the japanese dolphins are saying “FOR FUCK’S SAKE THEY’RE KILLING US”


    see! that comment was awesome why don’t people hang out here and comment more!?!?!  come on make me rich and I will through the best crack parties you have ever seen!!!


    seriously seeing “0” is getting depressing especially when there is a lot of traffic here…damn short attention span havin people

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