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Offline jackcds2b

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Archaeologists get ancient audio from grooves
« on: 23/02/2006 05:12:23 »
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.

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Re: Archaeologists get ancient audio from grooves
« Reply #1 on: 24/02/2006 01:00:13 »
hey this sounds great,you could play the wrinkles on  old folks and re-live history,you might hear the blitz or churchills speeches.




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