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Hemmanity

February 25: 2020

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Hemmanity in Humanics: The idea of Hemmanity is very much part of humanics, which relates to Humanity. For far too long humanity has demonstrated a deliberate ignorance towards seeking to understand what 'property' is it in all the members of the entire Animal Kingdom, other than humanity, that we find, that is universal to all of them and what, then, it shows us, teaches us? Humanics sees this universal 'property', exhibited by all animals, large and small, as Hemmanity. This Hemmanity tells us wordlessly, it shows us palpably, it directs us tangibly, it touches us, neither by its senses nor by ours, directly, as light does, as darkness does, it moves us almost involuntarily and it makes us respond, form relationship and become better for it. This is what we find in the Animalium and this is what, a parallel and resonant version of humanity and we can not but fail to notice it, acknowledge, respond and interact with it. Hemmanity is, as, if, a parallel, resonant, mirror-translational, relational humanity exists outside humanity itself that shows it what it is like and unlike: Munayem Mayenin

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|| Sunday: November 15: 2020: University of Helsinki News: Reetta Vairimaa Writing || ά. What do the giraffe, the elephant, the dolphin and the bat say? For a long time, it was thought that giraffes were mute. Eventually, it was discovered that giraffes murmur at such a low pitch, that humans have difficulty detecting it. A lot more is going on outside the reach of our ears. A host of animal species communicate among themselves, using sounds, that are either too high or low for human perception.

Human beings hear sounds with a frequency, ranging between 20 and 20,000 hertz. Sounds below the lower limit are known as infrasound, while those above the other extreme are called ultrasound. Usually, large animals emit sounds in the lower frequencies and smaller animals in the higher. The hearing range is affected by the structure and size of the ear. “To hear high sounds, you have to have a small middle ear and light auditory ossicles.” says Ms Sirpa Nummela, a Docent in Zoology.

The human speaking voice ranges between 100 and 300 hertz, depending on the age and gender of the speaker. Some people strive to speak in a voice lower than natural to them, as it is considered more convincing. This might be because people unconsciously associate a low voice with a larger stature. Culture, also, affects pitch. Over the decades, the fundamental frequency of women's speaking voice has markedly fallen in the West. However, in certain cultures, women are still expected to speak in a more high-pitched voice than they normally would.

Very powerful high or low sounds can be perceived through tactile sensation, even, without actually hearing them. This is why a risk of adverse health effects has been associated with infrasound. However, a Study was published in the spring on the effects on humans of infrasound, generated by wind power plants. The Study demonstrated that there were none: humans did not perceive the infrasound, produced by wind power nor, did they react when exposed to the sound in a range of listening experiments.

New technology has allowed us to hear sounds, that we have earlier been unable to detect. Elephants have been filmed, receiving messages, sent by members of the same species. The infrasound they emitted could be identified in the recording only in the laboratory. Adult male elephants live apart from females. When the females are in heat, they communicate it to the males, using infrasound, that travels through air or airwaves, that travel across the soil.

The benefit of infrasound is that it carries far and fades away slowly. Acoustic energy progresses in wave motion. The greater the wavelength, the lower the frequency. Low frequencies require less energy than high ones. In water, sound travels nearly five times as fast as in the air, with the length of the wave growing in proportion. Baleen whales are able to communicate across hundreds of kilometres, relying on infrasound. However, the noise, generated by shipping interferes with whale communication and navigation.

“Whales beach every now and then and it is suspected that the cacophony in seas is behind this. When inspecting the inner ears of dead whales, researchers have found damage, caused by noise.” Ms Nummela says.

Ms Nummela studies the sound communication of mammals by examining the anatomy of their ears. For instance, she has compared the middle ear structure of whales and seals. Through evolution, whale ears have completely adapted to marine life, whereas seals, also, spend time on land and ice floes and their ears have not undergone the same changes as those of whales.

According to Ms Nummela, the changes in the ears of whales and seals have been necessary for their survival. For them, hearing is essential for communication but, also, for navigation and finding food. Dolphins and bats use ultrasound for hunting. They make high-pitched sounds to locate their prey with the help of echoes.

“The higher the frequency, the more accurate the image, generated through echo-sounding.” Ms Nummela says. Lower sounds can, also, be used for echo-sounding. If, a person comes across a dark cave, they, usually, instinctively, start making sounds to picture the shape and size of the space.

Ultrasound is familiar, also, from the maternity clinic and the dentist's office. Sound at a sufficiently high frequency can be utilised in imaging and cleaning. However, this ultrasound differs significantly from the one, that animals use. Animals, that produce the highest sounds reach roughly 100-200 kilohertz, while medical imaging requires frequencies, exceeding one megahertz. Making such a sound would require more energy than any animal would have at its disposal.

Small animals use high-frequency sounds, that their predators can not hear to communicate with one another. Mice and rats rely on ultrasound, with rats, even, emitting high-pitched sounds, resembling laughter when they play. However, evolution has expanded the auditory range of predatory mammals, enabling them at times to hear their prey. In a way, it comes down to an arms race between sounds and hearing.

There are ultrasound devices, that are used to keep rodents away from summer cottages. Ms Nummela doubts their effectiveness: although, mice hear the sound, they get used to it quickly, since, nothing unpleasant follows the sound. Hearing degenerates in humans, as well as, in animals as they age, making elderly people unable to hear crickets anymore. “After turning 20, we lose roughly one hertz a day from the upper register.” Ms Sirpa Nummela says.

The Paper: Published in Finnish in the 8/2020 issue of the Yliopisto magazine.

Sirpa Nummela

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Hemmanity Is How Humanics Views All Other Animal Life-Forms on Earth Other Than Humanity

|| Tuesday: February 25: 2020 || ά. The idea of Hemmanity is very much part of humanics, which relates to Humanity. For far too long humanity has demonstrated a deliberate ignorance towards seeking to understand what 'property' is it in all the members of the entire Animal Kingdom, other than humanity, that we find, that is universal to all of them and what, then, it shows us, teaches us? Humanics sees this universal 'property', exhibited by all animals, large and small, as Hemmanity.

There is no conceivable reason as to why and how humanity can fail to acknowledge this and learn from it for humanity would be infinitely a better kind of humanity were it to seek to understand, learn from and form, foster, enhance and improve a relationship with Hemmanity. This Hemmanity tells us wordlessly, it shows us palpably, it directs us tangibly, it touches us, neither by its senses nor by ours, directly, as light does, as darkness does, it moves us almost involuntarily and it makes us respond, form relationship and become better for it. This is what we find in the Animalium and this is what, a parallel, and resonant version of humanity and we can not but fail to notice it, acknowledge, respond and interact with it. Hemmanity is, as, if, a parallel, resonant, mirror-translational, relational humanity exists outside humanity itself that shows it what it is like and unlike.

This Cat came to say hello as I went to a green for a walk on October 20, 2015. This cat did not know me but came to me and 'communicated' her friendliness by way of coming to me, going around me touching and pressing her fur on my legs and then doing a great display of lying down straight, then lying on her back, then turning backward on her back and making a circle with her body and, so many other gymnastics. She stayed there and let me sit next to her and stroke her and speak to her.

This felt as if she is 'human' and that 'human' is what I call Hemmanity in animals. And this Hemmanity in the animals make it not only to behave in such a way that calls for acknowledgement, care, attention and response, but at the same time, makes it appear at its most beautiful, most joyous, most touching and most moving; particularly, all this forces us to acknowledge, feel and see the deep connections and similarities between us connecting us to the cycle of life.

And this is only one of those expressions of this cat. And how this little animal understood that she could come to me in the sense that she would be safe? And this understanding of the cat can be seen in the way she is staying there right in front of my eyes. This astonishing thing is Hemmanity in animals and because of this our humanity is enhanced, enriched, enlightened and punctuated brightly when we come in touch and interact with animals; no matter what animal it is, whether a cat or a dog or a horse or a tiny little bird or a dolphin or a butterfly or a tiny stick insect sitting on a wall of the busy street.

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