posted on Jan, 23 2020 @ 10:58 PM
Somehow this seems like a risky and also strange little project. They copied the voice box of this mummy, reconstructed it using 3D printing, and have
used that to create sound. Now they’re working on recreating things he would have said.
Why on earth would someone do this? Hopefully this doesn’t open up any creepy and undesired doors to another plane or send a phone call to some
aliens somewhere. Seriously it seems like an awfully strange concept, and of all the models for trying out this technology, why a mummy? Why not a
recently deceased person? Of course there are ethics involved. Perhaps they figured they have this individual’s consent because of the explicit
wishes to be heard after death.
Very odd. And it’s not like they have any way to verify accuracy of the voice they’ve come up with.
Also I imagine this would allow those who have lost their voice or are born mute to potentially have their own through this same mechanism. Depending
on the integrity of the anatomical structures.
Mummy returns: Voice of 3,000-year-old Egyptian priest brought to life www.bbc.co.uk...