Tuesday, 10 February 2009

WAS IST DAS....?




Can't work out the language. I guess it's either Finnish, or perhaps Hungarian. Any clues?





"Modern fiziğin Bu eğilim, elbette, tüm malzeme çözmek için elektromanyetik dalgalar bir evren. Eğer kulak zarı, eşdeğer bir titreşmesinde ses sıvı olarak kulak içinde oluşturulur. Bu, ilgili beyin söyler sahası, hacmi ve süresi veya elektromanyetik "sesin frekansı". Aynı şekilde, bir alıcı ile bir koku molekülünün Docks, sinyal geçecek için beyin's takas olan koklama ampul, kokuyor. Esasen, de elektromanyetik radyasyon tüm aralığı - gama ışınlarından, x-ışınları, ultra mor, görünür ışık, kızıl-ötesi, mikrodalgalar, radiowaves vb - ötesinde algılanabilir vizyon için retina's eşiği, görünen renkler ise, üzerinde her yönde spektrum sadece elektromanyetik frekansları farklı. Ne zaman ışık retina üzerine düştüğünde, kimyasal değişiklikler belirli teşvik oluşabilir ile insan beyin kendisi için içerik yorumlar elektrik faaliyetleri onun duyusal
deneyimi. Bu tonlar, sesleri, tonları, renkleri, blushes veya boyalar, ancak
beyinde duygulanımlar!"

xxx

13 comments:

elberry said...

Finnish usually has a lot of double vowel and double consonants, e.g. Kaattari, so probably Hungarian or possibly Estonian.

sir percy said...

I can only translate the last sentence, as it is a long time since I last spoke ancient scouse....but I believe it says...."meet me behind the bikesheds"....

All Shook Up said...

"Modern physics of this trend, of course, solve all the material to electromagnetic waves in a universe. If the eardrum, vibrates equivalent volume of fluid in the ear is created. This tells about the brain area, volume and duration or electromagnetic" frequency of the sound. "In the same way , with a recipient of a smell molecule Docks, will signal the brain's clearing the olfactory bulb, smells. Essentially, the electromagnetic radiation of the whole range - from gamma rays, x-rays, ultra violet, visible light, infra-red, microwave and radiowaves etc -- be detected beyond the retina's threshold of vision, the display is color, in both directions on the electromagnetic frequency spectrum is just different. When light falls on the retina, chemical changes may occur with certain incentives for the content of your own human brain interprets the electrical activity of the sensory
experience. This tone, sound, tone, color, or paint the blushes, but
Duygulanım of the brain! "

sir percy said...

....so I was right..it is ancient scouse.....only on acid....I should have known better.

mutleythedog said...

Its not an actual language - you are silly. Its a made up one - like on Star Trek!

Selena Dreamy said...

Look here, boys, Selena is not very pleased with you. At this rate, there'll be no more nookie.

"Scouse on acid"? My word!

Elberry is probably right, albeit that, meanwhile,on reflection, I tend to favour Turkish??!!

Selena Dreamy said...

Well done, ASU. Though, frankly, the quality of your translation leads me to think that this is an automated translation service, rather than done "manually". I wonder who makes use of this, and for what purpose?

I'm sure you can tell me more...

strombombolino said...

It's Martian, Miss Dreamy, for "I'm not wearing any knickers!"

Selena Dreamy said...

...So you're the unidentified Martian on the blog?

Xiwel said...

As requested. :)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geert_Wilders

Selena Dreamy said...

Thank you so much, Xivel.

Geert Wilders is due to arrive in the UK today. Apparently, he'll be denied leave of entry by the Home Office - due to alleged "incitement" etc.

I' just wondering if there aren't issues of free speech involved?

Xiwel said...

Ontopic: To me it's plain Turkish, but it can be a variety of Turkmenisch, Azerbadjanish or even Uygurisch (West-China).

Finnisch and Hungarian have both Turkish roots.

Offtopic: Geert has been bounced in the UK. It's stupid, because he likes that kind of negative promotion.

Selena Dreamy said...

Thanks for the update, Xiwel. I'm going to have to watch the News closely. I understand his film is being viewed in the House of Lords. The thing intrigues me...

Turkish? I think I settle for that!

xxx