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07/29/2010 10:41:35 AM · #1
Very cool!
07/29/2010 10:43:55 AM · #2
Originally posted by scalvert:

Very cool!


Indeed!
07/29/2010 11:21:51 AM · #3
That is pretty amazing!!
07/29/2010 11:29:03 AM · #4
Awesome! Except for their presentation. I really would've preferred the dolphins by themselves, without all the interviews and talking in the background. Even the Super Mario theme in the background would've been better :).

Message edited by author 2010-07-29 11:30:10.
07/29/2010 11:38:50 AM · #5
Originally posted by George:

Awesome! Except for their presentation. I really would've preferred the dolphins by themselves, without all the interviews and talking in the background. Even the Super Mario theme in the background would've been better :).


I suggest the mute button. :)
07/29/2010 02:01:55 PM · #6
it's like happy feet, they're trying to tell is that oil is polluting the ocean or to stop eating all their fish
07/29/2010 02:51:57 PM · #7
Wimp.com is lame. They just republish other people's stuff without context or attribution. Check it out here or here instead. :)
07/29/2010 05:56:02 PM · #8
Originally posted by coryboehne:

Originally posted by George:

Awesome! Except for their presentation. I really would've preferred the dolphins by themselves, without all the interviews and talking in the background. Even the Super Mario theme in the background would've been better :).


I suggest the mute button. :)

I'd like "skip the smart guy" "skip the stupid guy" and "skip the little kid" buttons.
07/29/2010 06:51:09 PM · #9
That was cool, however it almost lost me just a couple of seconds into it when the intro showed a drop shot.
07/29/2010 07:05:22 PM · #10
That is pretty incredible... a really complex behavior. As much as we recognize the intelligence of dolphins, things like this make me realize that we still probably underestimate them by a large margin.
07/29/2010 08:51:51 PM · #11
Reminds me of my Grampy blowing smoke rings. :)
07/29/2010 09:40:47 PM · #12
Whichever link you choose to view it it is incredible.
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