origins of human language in bird brains

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The FFM
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origins of human language in bird brains

Clues to the origins of human language are turning up in the brains of birds.
watch the NOVA science now episode here www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sciencenow/0304/01.html

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Really nice post......

Really nice post......
I especially enjoyed the part where they show how many of the songs were designed upon the bird's chink calls. Its indeed the discovery of the language and its understanding that revolutionized the development of the hominids.
From early wandering species we became the territorial and then  we communicated our ideas with different communities and then the development turned global..... remember the egyptian designed lunar calendars and others the solar calendar and then If the two civilizations came along and merged  or became extinct due to wars or catastrophy they still passed on their ideas and heritage which was only possible through the development of language only. Even same thing appears in movie 10000bc too
 

Arvind Singh Pundir
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TheFFM wrote:

TheFFM wrote:

Clues to the origins of human language are turning up in the brains of birds.
watch the NOVA science now episode here www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sciencenow/0304/01.html

thats really good, nice to hear those songs from different song birds , our lab at nbrc is also working on song behaviour patterns in zebra finch, here is an interesting site for zebrafinch lovers "The neurobiology of bird song- How the Zebra finch learns
www.zebrafinch.org/

aphis20
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Yeah Nice post, But but but,

Yeah Nice post, But but but, if you are considering the origin of human language, whats the origin of your sample space i.e the specimen you used in study.

It is well beyong that, they all have a source, from my own research, I have been able to identify all sounds,and their meaning and likely combination. To a great level, I think I understand the origin originated source using the structure of the Universe.Maybe you know that also, you'll get to understand the source

The FFM
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aphis20,

aphis20,

Are you saying that there is a core of common source sounds for all species from which all vocal communication has developed?

Are you also saying you are able to plot the "phylogeny" of  particular words or  noises from one species back to a common ancestor noise which has also developed into a different/related noise in another species, much as one is able to plot the common ancestors of gene across species?

aphis20
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TheFFM,

TheFFM,

There is a common source to all sounds, that can be trace to what I called alfruquan, I was able to identify that through scriptures, Being able to plot alfruqun helps in interpretation of scriptures, the power of sounds and and you will be able to generate all sounds, the meaning how they are interelated in all language...Having know that, you will be able to pick out sounds from any word to make meaning. A good example is meaning of names, some names you cant get the meaning from dictionary, you can refer to it as the plot of phylogeny. I havent done my assignment on the write but its a little biased because of the letter of denotion. I will post it as soon as I am able to plot it all out on the computer, but i still need support I can get from science community, i.e for the evaluation test. There is alot of knowledge that can be unleashed through that.