Loud sonar deafens isle dolphin in study - Hawaii News

University of Hawaii and other scientists are suggesting that sonar used by the military can cause hearing loss in marine mammals, but only when it is extremely loud and close. Full Story
haoleboy

Waipahu, HI

#1 Apr 9, 2009
Dr. Aran Mooney is a good looking man
A Fish Out of H2O

AOL

#2 Apr 9, 2009
How did those scientist figure that out????????
humu

Kihei, HI

#3 Apr 11, 2009
The sensory system of the whales & porposes may need further study. Mimiking the distinguishing, discerning sonar presentation of the mammals may be interesting. What is the amperage/wattage of a whale made sonar signal that goes clear around the earth then bounce back, still discernable?
Manapua Man

AOL

#4 Apr 11, 2009
Gee, I wonder how they came to that conclusion???????? My grandson could have told them that!!!!!!!!
Chad Dapp

Kailua Kona, HI

#5 Apr 11, 2009
news flash!
sticking a toothpick in your eye can cause blindness!
but only if you stick it in really hard.
Thanks Dr, Obvious

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