Manipulating a natural habitat

My first manipulative experiment took the form of a naive empiricism, where an exhaustive attempt to wrestle the floor of the Hebekk-forest off its natural language by manipulating its component parts.

The language of the forest probably has an extremely slow frequency of utterances. This means that it probably is not possible to map it directly to a human language. By provoking the forest floor to utter naturally, but not nessesarily coherently, we may focus on the elementary particles of its language.

naturlig_habitat.txt · Last modified: 2011/01/14 06:03 by aksel