Assuming one day we may contact aliens, how will we have a conversation with them? Scientists have spent countless hours thinking about ways alien civilizations could contact humans. Some of their ideas are nearly as imaginative as Hollywood's wildest tales.
Eighteen-year-old Zoubir Lahdodi of Morocco suffered from a severe venous malformation that caused blood vessels in his face to dilate--disfiguring his face and making it increasingly difficult for him to do everyday things like eat, talk, sleep and even breath.
New findings published in the journal Infancy show that singing is a much better route than talking when it comes to calming a baby.
Sure. Giraffes seem like silent, rather stoic creatures with their incredibly long necks, sanding in at about 6 feet tall. But guess what? They have their own voices, too. What's even more interesting is that these sounds are slightly detectable to the human ears, contrary to previous beliefs.