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【人豚之恋】为了教会海豚说英语与它同居,发生情愫!【郑郑得证】

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    It is well known that dolphins have highly developed brains second only to humans
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    So it is called the most intelligent animal on earth besides human beings
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    An experiment was done in the United States
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    To see if humans and dolphins can communicate successfully
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    The experimenter tried to teach the dolphins to talk and live with them
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    At the end of the experiment, they must face separation
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    So what choice do dolphins make
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    Let's take a look at the Strangest love between man and fish in history.
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    Enter the laboratory
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    There was a dolphin Point lab in the 1960s on the Island of St. Thomas in the Caribbean
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    The institute is funded by NASA and Washington
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    It's led by Dr. John Lilly one of the most eccentric and extreme figures in the history of Marine science
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    He is also a trained medical doctor and neurologist
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    John has been working to further investigate the dolphins' communication skills
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    Because he believes dolphins can help us talk to aliens
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    The first premise is to let dolphins learn to communicate with humans
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    In nineteen sixty-one John published a book called Man and the Dolphin
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    The book highlights the theory that dolphins want to communicate with humans
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    This sparked interest in the dolphins' ability to speak
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    So this experiment is coming
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    By 1963, 20-year-old Margaret was spending Christmas with her family
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    Margaret has been interested in animals since she was a child. She wants to visit the dolphin lab
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    The lab's director, Gregory Bateson, invited her to spend some time watching dolphins
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    Although Margaret didn't have any training
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    But she seems to be gifted and sensitive to changes in animal behavior
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    So John and Gregory reached an agreement and invited her to participate in the work of the laboratory.
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    Unbeknownst to everyone, Margaret will develop a special bond with dolphins
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    Living with dolphins
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    With her love of animals and patience, Margaret did an excellent job in the lab
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    She studies three dolphins
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    Named Pamela, Cece and Peter, Peter is the only male
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    Margaret soon formed a friendship with them
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    She devoted herself to her work every day and spent as much time as possible with the dolphins
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    The most important thing is to carry out the daily plan
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    It encourages them to imitate and produce sounds that resemble humans
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    The experiment, however, was rather tedious and made little progress
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    Gregory now turned his attention to animal communication
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    But Margaret didn't want to give up
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    She decided to continue teaching the dolphins how to talk, and then she decided to change her strategy
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    Margaret decided to live with the dolphins full-time
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    The idea was approved by John
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    They soon finished waterproofing the room
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    So which dolphin to choose as the experimental subject
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    Peter, who had never had any voice training, was the perfect guinea pig
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    Margaret then spent six days a week alone with Peter
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    On the seventh day, Peter spends the day in the pool with two other females
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    Margaret and Peter were inseparable during their cohabitation
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    Margaret tried to understand Peter's ideas and taught him the language as best she could
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    Today is...
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    August 18
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    This is the lesson with Peter this morning
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    She repeatedly encouraged Peter to say "Hello Margaret"
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    Margaret
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    But the letter m seemed too difficult for Peter to learn
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    Peter looked lost, too
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    It often turns over and soaks itself in water to show its impatience for learning
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    So what is their ending?
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    Dolphin's sexual drive
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    Margaret gradually discovered that Peter was more interested in the structure of the human body than in learning human language.
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    When there are no classes they have nothing to do and they often play in the water
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    According to Margaret, if she was sitting on a stool with her legs in the water
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    Then Peter would study her legs very carefully. He wanted to see what was behind the knees
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    He wants to know how humans move their knees when they walk
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    Soon the experimental group found a thorny problem
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    It's Peter's sex drive that gets in the way of the human-dolphin communication lesson
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    You know, Peter's in its adolescence and it's already had some sexual fantasies
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    It was hard to get Peter back into the pool
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    Margaret says Peter sticks to himself all the time when he's in heat
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    It rubs on her knees, feet or hands
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    Margaret did not feel uncomfortable at this time, so she never refused the behavior
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    Sometimes, however, Peter would be rude and hurt Margaret
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    At that time, Margaret would put him on the elevator and let him play with the other two girls
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    But as Peter grew older, his sexual urges became more frequent
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    Changing Peter's environment all the time was having a big impact on the experiment, as well as disturbing the other two
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    So Margaret came up with a good idea
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    Which is to use her hands to deal with Peter's physical needs
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    Yes, you heard me right
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    Margaret said it was a very expensive thing to do and she had a lot of respect for Peter
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    In her eyes, it's not really a sexual relationship. Other people can also observe this behavior
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    However, the incident has also caused the media to question
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    Margaret saw pictures of herself and Peter in magazines and bought them all. But rumors continue to spread
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    Emergence of LSD
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    Peter's attachment to Margaret is more obvious, but because the experiment has not progressed, John wants to stop the experiment
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    In 1966, Dr. John became obsessed with studying the mind-altering power of LSD, with government permission
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    He was in the lab trying to inject hallucinogens into dolphins
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    With Margaret's strong Persuasion, John promised not to give Peter an injection.
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    Fortunately, the drug had almost no effect on dolphins
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    John gave up after a few tries
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    But he doesn't take animal safety seriously
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    This annoyed Gregory, the lab director
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    Soon, the two people's ideas did not merge and gradually estranged
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    At the end of 1966, the relationship broke down and John closed the dolphin Lab
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    Peter and two other dolphins were sent to the Miami lab
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    Last choice
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    At the Miami lab, dolphins are kept in small tanks with little sunlight
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    Unable to bear the change of circumstances and the separation from Margaret, Peter committed suicide a few weeks later
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    Peter stopped breathing consciously
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    Margaret married the lab's photographer, and they transformed the dolphinarium and had three daughters
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    Margaret said in an interview that she did not feel excessively sad about Peter's death because it was a kind of pressure release for it.
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    In the next few decades, researchers continued to explore the communication between dolphins and humans, but did not teach them to speak
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    This is the end of the whole experiment
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    It sounds ridiculous. Dolphins belong to the sea and this kind of experiment is cruel to animals
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    That is all, see you next time, this is Zheng Zheng
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【人豚之恋】为了教会海豚说英语与它同居,发生情愫!【郑郑得证】
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