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 What crickets really sing... very beautiful. 
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http://scienceblogs.com/startswithabang ... -crickets/

Slow down almost to the end. There is a one-hour long record of their song!

So beautiful!

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Cristian,

That is fascinating! Almost unbelievable.

Katie

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Sat Dec 07, 2013 5:55 pm
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Katie wrote:
Cristian,

That is fascinating! Almost unbelievable.

Katie


Yeeeees!

I guess there are many other examples like this one, Katie.

I wonder if our mind grasps this angelical song "unconsciously", as it were a "subliminal message"?

It seems that when we say "all the creatures speak to us about the Creator" is more literal than we think :)

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When I was a wee lad, I can remember watching a movie with my father which had a sound I couldn't decipher. I asked him where were the people that were peeling potatoes, for that's the closest sound I could think of that matched what I was hearing. He gave me a puzzled look and I explained that I could hear people peeling potatoes in the movie. He listened for awhile and then laughed and told me that was the sound crickets made. I wonder if the sound of potatoes being peeled would sound the same when slowed down?


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