[FoRK] Amazing

Stephen D. Williams < sdw at lig.net > on > Mon Mar 13 06:38:07 PST 2006

Ahhh!  Temporal paradox!

Circular stories anyway.  I believe that the French story was that start 
of this thread.

sdw

Wilkin, Kurt wrote:
> Stephen D.Williams wrote:
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>> It's possible to have something like this recorded.  What's funny is
>> that it could be recorded well before it could have been played back.
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>> If you ever get transported back in time (heh), you could
>> easily leave
>> recordings for the future, if you could get them found.
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> [...and...]
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>> Andy Armstrong wrote:
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>>> On 19 Feb 2006, at 21:53, Andy Armstrong wrote:
>>>       
>>>> I recall a science programme when I was a kid talking about the
>>>> possibility of recovering audio recordings from old masters - by
>>>> analysing the paint to find out how the canvas had vibrated in
>>>> response to ambient sounds as it dried. This seems pretty close:
>>>>  http://lyxus.net/cin
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>>> But it's a hoax. How disappointing :)
>>>       
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> Not sure of veracity, but from IP List
> (and edited to remove email addresses):
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>> Begin forwarded message:
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>> From: Dewayne Hendricks 
>> Date: March 9, 2006 12:13:49 PM EST
>> To: Dewayne-Net Technology List 
>> Subject: [Dewayne-Net] Audio recording from - ancient Pompeii !!!
>> Reply-To: 
>>
>> [Note:  This item comes from reader Mike Cheponis.  DLH]
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>> From: Mike Cheponis 
>> Date: February 18, 2006 2:48:00 PM PST
>> Subject: audio recording from - ancient Pompeii !!!
>>
>> French archaeologists have taken pottery from ancient Pompeii and  
>> played the grooves back like a record to get the sounds of the  
>> pottery workshop, including laughter. Click "Telecharger la video" to
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>> play the short video which contains a sample of the audio.
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>> <http://www.zalea.org/article.php3?id_article=496>
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> Cheers, Kurt.
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