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Soon We'Ll Have the Technology to Communicate With Our Pets


Animals  (tags: animals, cats, dogs, GoodNews, pets )

Kathy
- 496 days ago - myscienceacademy.org
Scientists says within 10 years we'll have the technology to communicate with our pets, and that they will be able to tell us what they want.



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Kit B. (276)
Sunday June 16, 2013, 6:10 am

I wonder how quickly this technology will be used to teach animals our needs, rather than humans addressing their needs.
 

Sue Matheson (72)
Sunday June 16, 2013, 7:00 am
anyone with a pet knows perfectly well what a pet wants. science is running way behind nature as usual.
 

Past Member (0)
Sunday June 16, 2013, 7:14 am
Dogs will tell you to get the damn ball. In all seriousness, I would think the more complicated a language is, he more accurate the will be.
 

Freya H. (304)
Sunday June 16, 2013, 8:04 am
If animals could speak the dog would be a blundering outspoken fellow, but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much. - Mark Twain

If cats could talk, they would lie to you. - Rob Kopack
 

Christeen Anderson (515)
Sunday June 16, 2013, 8:18 am
I'm doing just fine communicating with them now. Thank you.
 

Natasha Salgado (543)
Sunday June 16, 2013, 8:26 am
Not sure this technology is really needed. It will most likely be misused and abused. How about pigs,horses,cows ect---what about them?? Other technology is urgently needed over this---starting with developing a new more efficient Stun gun in which to render animals unconscious with. The animals are often alive after being stunned which is completely unacceptable. Start there-please. Thanks
 

Kit B. (276)
Sunday June 16, 2013, 10:47 am

If cats could talk, they wouldn't.
 

Roger Skinner (14)
Sunday June 16, 2013, 1:26 pm
I imagine that this won't be much different from the fad of mood rings in the '70s. They were an interesting idea that didn't really work.
 
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