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FAU research on CNN's Technology section

Neanderthal man speaks after 30,000 years

(CNN) – It's been 30,000 years since Neanderthals walked the earth but now we can hear what they sounded like, according to a Florida anthropologist.

Robert McCarthy of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton reconstructed Neanderthal vocal tracts to simulate their voice with a computer synthesizer.




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And now, from the "other side":

According to the Bible, the world is just under 10,000 years old.

And now, for sports…


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Re: FAU research on CNN's Technology section

Did you listen to the "sound"... My roommate at FAU made that sound a lot
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This is so weird.

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HOTEL said

Did you listen to the "sound"… My roommate at FAU made that sound a lot

Was this before or after the 12 pack??
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This also made the front page of Slashdot, one of the most popular sites on the Internet:

Computers Emulate Neanderthal Speech - Slashdot
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Lm77 said

This also made the front page of Slashdot, one of the most popular sites on the Internet:

Computers Emulate Neanderthal Speech - Slashdot

??? Maybe one of the most popular web sites no one has heard of…

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Fledgling said

Lm77 said

This also made the front page of Slashdot, one of the most popular sites on the Internet:

Computers Emulate Neanderthal Speech - Slashdot

??? Maybe one of the most popular web sites no one has heard of…

No, Slashdot is very popular. You just need to surf more.  :-)
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Apparently!

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not sure how many of you are fans of Conan O'Brien, but he just talked about this, although he just said ""scientists" have discovered" and didn't say FAU, but maybe people will be interested in the topic and look it up and see FAU, it may not be much but I'm sure thats a few more people that will now know about us
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