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By WRCU2 (registered) - website | Posted March 08, 2020 at 10:24:07

Whale songs are indeed beautiful I agree, but what do they say when they sing? John Lilly through the use of LSD and his isolation tank, attempted to crack the code of language of intelligent sea mammals primarily with the bottle nose dolphin. We really don't know what these mammoth creatures are saying though, do we?

Maybe they are telling us something about ourselves, that they know because they have been on this water world for millions upon millions of years; That our time is short. Maybe they are telling us that their watery world is doomed due to Fukushima radiation in the northern pacific ocean? Perhaps they are just singing along with the BOOM BOOM BOOM audio they perceive from the massive tanker engines, like we do with the trunk rattling sub-woofer sounds from misguided youth's mobility machines. Does anyone really know?

I know that many indigenous cultures depend solely on sea mammals for their sustenance. Do we ban them from killing seals and whales for food so we don't lose those beautiful songs?

Silence is golden, but my eyes still see.

Oh don't it hurt deep inside
To see someone do something to her
Oh don't it pain to see someone cry
Especially when that someone is her
Talking is cheap, people follow like sheep
Even though there is nowhere to go
How could she tell he deceived her so well
Pity, she'll be the last one to know
How many times did she fall for his lines
Should I tell her or should I be cool
And if I tried, I know she'll say I lied
Mind your business don't hurt her you fool

Comment edited by WRCU2 on 2020-03-08 10:44:33

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