Monday, 24 November 2014

Stories of the Order - Speech

The order has developed a method to communicate with many animals and this has proven to be quite effective in learning certain things that they do and why they behave. We simply used our advanced science to figure out the kinds of sounds that some animals make and what they actually mean. Their intelligence is far greater in some cases than that which humans can comprehend. This is quite ironic since the human brain is supposed to be able to figure certain things out by this point but they have shown a lot of delay in their progress.

We are hoping to teach humans how to communicate with many animal species because this will allow for a lot of progress in many industries that require the handling of animals. There are some species that are vital for humans and there is hope that they will not go extinct due to the carelessness of people.

10 comments:

  1. Thank goodness for this developed method of communication, for I would have made a terrible mime.

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  2. Certainly be easier than tagging and tracking them.

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  3. My dogs always seem frustrated that I can't understand them... but I can't help that I'm just a stupid human!

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  4. Bees....the bees. Terribly vital to humans and we should find out from them what they need to sustain their life.

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  5. We might not like what some animals have to say about us, I betcha'. ;)

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  6. Reosey is correct. Animals can see us at our worst.

    Years ago there was a TV movie "Gulliver's Travels" with Ted Danson. Don't remember too much, except that he discovered horses can talk while on his voyage. When he returned to England, he still understood horses and was able to convey embarrassing info about the elite.

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