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Submission + - Computers help Neanderthals speak out (newscientist.com)

Clarence writes: "Neanderthals speak out after 30,000 years. Talk about a long silence — no one has heard their voices for 30,000 years. Now the long-extinct Neanderthals are speaking up — or at least a computer synthesiser is doing so on their behalf. New Scientist has the sound files... Read the story and listen here: http://www.newscientist.com/channel/being-human/dn13672"
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