Skip to comments.Australian Artist Grows Implanted Ear on His Arm in Plan to Let World Listen Via Internet (video)
Posted on 04/13/2009 10:39:16 AM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
"If you telephone me on the mobile, I would be able to speak to you through my 'ear.'"
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Need the cat graphic that has the “WTF?”
Knew a guy kind of like this in college. After a few years, all the psychoactives in his system finally came to a head, he barracaded himself in his apartment and pulled out all the electric cords so “they” couldn’t sneak in through the electric wiring. You could hear him in there, laughing hysterically about it ... “you can’t get me, you can’t get me, I pulled out all the plugs hahahahaha.” Never saw him again, after “they” hauled him off.
Thank you, I'll be here all week, try the veal.
The person who posted this article could have spared us a lot of unnecessary clicking and listening by clarifying right from the get-go that the “ear” is merely some plastic scaffolding (a substrate) upon which skin cells were cultured before stitching it onto his arm. It is NOT a functional ear, complete with hammer, anvil, and stirrups, cochlea, or nerves.
Two thoughts / questions:
1) What are the qualifications needed to be considered an ‘artist’ in Australia?
2) What is the frequency, Kenneth?
"Can you hear me now?"
An Englishman, an American and an Australian were talking at a convention when the Englishman put his finger to his ear and starated talking. Sorry old chaps, he said, but we have new technology that allows us to imbed a mobile in a finger, jolly good. A moment later, the American shut his eyes for a minute and then said, sorry guys, we have technology that lets us imbed a computer and screen inside our eye lids so we have constant connectivity, pretty cool. A moment later the Australian farted. Sorry mates he said, just got a fax from Down Under.
"Yes, that's a human ear, alright." - Detective Williams < /blue velvet >
Ah. Yes. Ear art. I can relate.
Now I’m thinking of a certain South park episode...
So how did "they" get in after he had pulled out all of the plugs?
Did "they" do something as silly as coming through the front door? Whoda thunk it?
I have a picture of that mouse. I took it at the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum in November of 2007. If it wasn’t that exact mouse it was one darn close.
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