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Communication Between Man and Dolphin : The Possibilities of Talking with Other Species, Volume First Edition: The Possibilities of Talking with Other Species

By M.D. Lilly, John , Cunningham

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Title: Communication Between Man and Dolphin : The Possibilities of Talking with Other Species, Volume First Edition: The Possibilities of Talking with Other Species  
Author: M.D. Lilly, John , Cunningham
Volume: Volume First Edition
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Marine Biology
Collections: Science, Authors Community
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Publication Date:
1978
Publisher: Crown Publishers Inc
Member Page: ZenZenith

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Cunningham Lilly, M. J. (1978). Communication Between Man and Dolphin : The Possibilities of Talking with Other Species, Volume First Edition. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.in/


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Groundbreaking research was conducted by John C Lilly which was some of the first research efforts of communication between Man and other species. Especially with the research successes Dolphin communication that are included in the book.

Summary
Here is the fascination of exploring a new frontier -- communication with ocean mammals. Here are descriptions of exciting experiments and the immense possibilities they evoke. Here is startling information about mammal brains and their functioning. Dr. Lilly recounts the results of research to the present, describes the programs now being undertaken, and predicts potential future relationships between man and dolphin.

Excerpt
"Seventy-one percent of the surface of our planet is covered with oceans, inhabited by the Cetacea. Let us learn to live in harmony with that seventy-one percent of the planet and its intelligent, sensitive, sensible, and long-surviving species of dolphins, whales, and porpoises." - p10

Table of Contents
CONTENTS PROLOGUE BY ANTONIETTA L. LILLY - IX FOREWORD BY BURGESS MEREDITH - XIII PREFACE - XV CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF DISCOVERIES ABOUT DOLPHINS - XVIII INTRODUCTION - 1 1. The Development of the New Beliefs about Dolphins 11 2. The New Beliefs Arise in Experiments 17 3. Sciences Necessary to Interspecies Communication with Cetacea 24 4. Who Are the Cetaceans (Dolphins, Porpoises, and Whales)? 28 5. Why Are There No Large Brains in Small Bodies? 44 6. Communication by Means of Sounds: The Twin Cases of Cetaceans and Humans 54 7. Nonvocal Communication with the Apes: Sonic Communication with Dolphins through JANUS: Sonipulation 78 8. The Evolution of the Scientific Observer and of Society and Its Laws 85 9. Current Laws and the Basic Assumptions about Cetacea 94 10. The Scientific Observer as a Participant in the Ecology of the Planet Earth 98

 

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