I debated on whether or not to have Ben Underwood as one of my features on “Founding Fathers of Science” but I figure that this kid was one of the leading figures on echolocation in the human sense, so I included him. So, here we go:

Ever since the dawn of creation, bats have been using their voices to “see” in the dark. This is called echolocation. In fact, the use of sound to see is used by other animals, but is mainly constrained to the flying or swimming world. However, with new knowledge the world of echolocation has entered a new . . .

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