Could all creatures communicate? If so, when did we lose this ability? How can we get this ability back?
Communication is failing. Courses in communication and languages are growing. Yet, many stories demonstrate ease of communication across creature types. So, when did we start failing to communicate?
People understand animals by close observations. Stories, often based on facts, demonstrate this understanding used to be much more.
An archaeological dig uncovers a small, colourful book sidetracking Dr. R. K. O’Logist and colleagues from their original expedition.
Dr. R. K. O’Logist confirms that the meadow he is uncovering is a circle, not a semi circle. The site includes a forest surrounding that meadow.
Creature communication research involving fish in separate tanks questions how they manage to communicate with each other when they cannot see each other. It also questions whether humans have lost a body part that enabled them the same ability.
Dr. R. K. O’Logist and colleagues unearth a castle not mentioned in any history book. Ruancie Longste, lost language specialist, has deciphered each element of the small, colourful book Dr. R. K. O’Logist discovered during his expedition. A translation of the book is underway.
The small, colourful book is written in an old form of Mouse. It appears to be the journal of one mouse in particular.