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Inflatocookbook   Magazine, 1971   Architects: Ant Farm   (Andy Shapiro, Kelly Gloger, Fred Unterseher, Hudson M...

Inflatocookbook Magazine, 1971 Architects: Ant Farm (Andy Shapiro, Kelly Gloger, Fred Unterseher, Hudson M...

1 | What Would Your Portrait Look Like, As A Blueprint? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

What Would Your Portrait Look Like, As A Blueprint?

1 | What Would Your Portrait Look Like, As A Blueprint? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

the musgum, an ethnic group in far north province in cameroon, created their homes from compressed sun-dried mud.

the musgum, an ethnic group in far north province in cameroon, created their homes from compressed sun-dried mud.

Hidden Architecture: Dolphin Embassy

Hidden Architecture: Dolphin Embassy

Angela Schweitzer, Manual Hernandez, Pablo Mondragon. Auca. 43 1981: 56

Angela Schweitzer, Manual Hernandez, Pablo Mondragon. Auca. 43 1981: 56

"G.P.Frassinelli / Superstudio: Architectual Designes", Exhibition Catalog, Stichting Bolhuis, 1983, P6

"G.P.Frassinelli / Superstudio: Architectual Designes", Exhibition Catalog, Stichting Bolhuis, 1983, P6

Robert Stern. Robert Stern. Architectural Design, London 1981: 48

Robert Stern. Robert Stern. Architectural Design, London 1981: 48

This recording appears to be a beluga whale named NOC trying to imitate human speech. NOC was captured in 1977 and became a part of the Navy's Marine Mammal Program in San Diego. After seven years, NOC started to make noises that humans in the water mistook for human speech. Shortly thereafter, NOC was identified as the source of the sounds and the researchers began to run experiments to figure out how he was doing it (Click for more)

There Once Was a White Whale Who Tried to Speak to Humans

This recording appears to be a beluga whale named NOC trying to imitate human speech. NOC was captured in 1977 and became a part of the Navy's Marine Mammal Program in San Diego. After seven years, NOC started to make noises that humans in the water mistook for human speech. Shortly thereafter, NOC was identified as the source of the sounds and the researchers began to run experiments to figure out how he was doing it (Click for more)

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