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||Robotic dolphin that wants to be caught, with a bit of
C4 in the middle...
||[Rayford] I don't like the instantaneous negative of that reply.
||I was thinking this might be about super pleasant super
enjoyable to the dolphins Memes (Dawkins variety) that
autopropagate among dolphins. One possibility is playing
dolphins say 700 different 60-90s song intos, and
choruses, and seeing which ones they sing to themselves
or sing back. That could be a starting point on
encouraging dolphins to sing. Then, you could use a
genetic algorithm to generate new intro sounds and
choruses, and see if any were super appealing to the
||Scientists could measure, and be pleased at, not only
voluntary dolphin singing of music, but finding out when
they made up variations, that is, dolphins composed
||It might at first seem like dolphins might have their own
pre-existing form of music, it is just that various Western
forms of music (classical; Pachelbels Canon for Dolphins),
and 60-90s top 10 music reached across many cultures to
become popular. So, dolphins might like it.
||Also, I seem to remember reading that dolphin
communication can represent 3D shapes; that is, like a
volumetric finite element analysis (FEA) model; dolphins
might make 3D classical music if introduced to it.
||After identifying dolphin songs, and song intro variations,
versions could be made of dolphin songs for humans to
||As to the creation of 3D FEA dolphin memes, computers
could assist with that, like genetic algorithm variations on
seeing an enjoyable plurality of fish or sexual play; as
well as come-hither vocalizations of dolphins prior to sex,
and sex play. the genetic algorithm, and software might
repeat motifs spatially (more fish; more sex; more good
mood) sort of tesselating things dolphins like.
||Also, they could feed dolphins MDMA, spatially record
their vocalizations, and use those happy vocalizations as a
genetic algorithm basis to develop Happy dolphin
phraseology for use in producing autopropagating memes
and what might become dolphin song lyrics.