~e; toothy phonetics

From human being <human@electronetwork.org>
Date Fri, 21 Jun 2002 20:02:05 -0500

  [thanks for forwarding this article, i was waiting to see
  if there would be more info, or if it may be a spoof-tech-
  nology. seems it is only a receiver and not a transmitter.
  searched online for the tooth-as-receiver aspect that has
  long been associated with metallic dental fillings (which
  like radio/tv antennas, could replicate the carrier wave
  in the tooth, i'm assuming, but cannot find anything defi-
  nitive at the moment via google, whether it is how it works.
  then, it reminds me of profoundly deaf people who have a
  certain hearing implant, which may work in a similar way,
  by creating sound in the bone structure, to the brain, but
  this (cochlear?) implant may not work in the same way...]

Excuse Me, Is Your Tooth Ringing?


With the latest in tooth-implant tech, you may soon be able to make 
phone calls and listen to the radio all from the comfort and 
convenience of your own mouth. By Lakshmi Sandhana.

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