mice and dolphins
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23rd November 2001 at 12:49 pm #37834SadGeezerKeymaster
from what i remember the mice actually were the most intelligent creature on earth and they were actually observing us when we thought we were observing them in the labs. and wasn’t there something about dolphins in the show?23rd November 2001 at 10:52 pm #59251HeadgehogParticipant
Originally posted by mary beth:
and wasn’t there something about dolphins in the show?
Yes dolphins were in there. They were also more intelligent than us (big surprise huh)and knew that the Volgons(?) were comign to destroy Earth. They tried to warn us, by doing summer saults and tricks but we thought they were being funny. They gave up on us and fled the earth to avoid destruction.24th November 2001 at 12:11 am #59252AnonymousGuest
And the dolphins were smarter than the mice .24th November 2001 at 2:35 am #59253DalekTek790Participant
I think it said the mice were smarter then the Dolphins, because mice are really just biological avatars for noncorporeal essences that are beyond our comprehension. That’s what I remember, at least. It’s been a while since I was really, passionately into The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy. Anyway, the last communication from the dolphins before they left Earth by their own power translated as “So long, and thanks for all the fish”, which was also the title of the fourth Hitchhiker book.24th November 2001 at 9:17 am #59254AnonymousGuest
And the dolphin’s final message was interpreted as (I think) a triple somersault while whistling the Star-Spangled Banner. And they gave Arthur, Fenchurch and Wonko the Sane fishbowls engraved with the words “So long and thanks for all the fish”, which when held up to the ear transmitted a message from the dolphins…26th November 2001 at 3:28 pm #59255AnonymousGuest
thanks for the info guys. LOL it helps to refresh my memory.
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