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The possibility of decoding the root of human language

The two known codes – sound waves and electric waves brought about by sound – could be taken advantage of to explore the third one – the electric code generated in the absence of sound – wherein could eventually guide us to a more fruitful understanding of the human languages’ core.

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The existence of language mainly revolves around the evolution of oral and written communication by humans.

  • Internal - it consists of electrical waves that are the channels for neuronal communication processes.
  • External - it consists of mechanical, acoustic waves of compressed rarefied molecules of air - i.e. sound.

The experiment for the not-so-novel study of sound emission decoding involved sixteen patients to read linguistic expressions aloud.

Humans communicate with sound. It is what permits one brain to talk to another - through words.

Physical signal is emitted when one brain talks to another. There is not a single signal that gets lost between exchanges.

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