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Planet Earth

Science Tattoo Friday: Linguistics Edition

The LoomBy Carl ZimmerOctober 5, 2007 10:01 AM

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"Just wanted to jump on the bandwagon with my own tribute to my scientific style. This is a tattoo of the word for Body, Spirit, Person, People, and Life in Owens Valley Paiute, written in International Phonetic Alphabet. I am a Linguist that specializes in Endangered languages and thought I needed this tagged on me."--Russ Will tattoos be all that remains of some languages? Something to ponder as you peruse the science tattoos I've posted on Flickr--76 and rising.

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