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Listen to the Earliest Known Voice Recording From 1860

Background This 1860 phonautogram by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville is the oldest known intelligible recording of the human voice. Digitized and played at the correct speed, it reveals a man’s voice (probably Scott de Martinville’s)…





12 Philosophy Books that Changed the World

  This article is for anyone who loves reading philosophy and wants to learn more about it and its beginning. There are so many worth reading philosophy books, but these are some of the classics…