Welcome to our exclusive Eco-Ego Morse Collection, pal! These are unique and minimalistic bracelets with encoded messages in morse language, made of quality sterling silver and copper. The perfect gift for yourself or a beloved one, because communication through jewelry is key, am I right?
Speaking of communication, here are some fun facts about the mysterious and histrocial morse code, because why not?
MORSE CODE FUN FACTS!
Samuel Morse was inspired to explore a means of rapid long distance communication after suffering a personal tragedy in 1825. While at Washington DC, Morse had received a letter from his father about his ailing wife's sudden death. By the time he reached his hometown New Haven she was already buried. He therefore resolved to devote himself to find a means of immediate communication after this incident (He was fed up).
Morse code has been employed as an assistive technology, helping people with a variety of disabilities to communicate. Morse code can be translated by computer and used in a speaking communication aid. People with severe motion disabilities in addition to sensory disabilities can receive Morse through a skin buzzer.
A well-known Morse code rhythm from the Second World War period derives from Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, the opening phrase of which was regularly played at the beginning of BBC broadcasts. The rhythm of the opening phrase "dit-dit-dit-dah" is actually used for the letter "V" in Morse code. People then understood that such “V” represented the French word Victoire (victory) and the Flemish word Vrijheid (freedom). So, as part of a broadcast on January 14, 1941, the allies encouraged the people of Belgium to paint a “V” on everything possible. This was their symbol for standing up to the Germans. (However this was all just a wholesome coincidence, Beethoven created this symphony 30 years before the Morse Code was even invented).
The first message of Morse code was sent on 24 May 1844 in the distance of 40 miles. The end of the first message point was in Washington and Baltimore. The content of this message was “What hath God Wrought”.
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