The Dolphin and Whale Magazine Volume I, No. I
Appearing Jan. 2011
Contents of the Inaugural Issue
Crisis and the Myth of the Whale
Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D., described as the new
Darwin-Einstein, who discusses his experimental
on human telepathy with animals and what it
could mean for dolphins and whales
“The Power of One,” by Ann DiBerardinis
describes her life-changing encounter with
a humpback whale.
”Springer Returns Home,” by Joseph Bettis,
Ph.D., an illustrated story about Springer the
young, lost orca’s
to her pod in British Columbia by a man who
helped. Photos by Sandra Stone.
“Last Song of the Whale,” an excerpt from the
new novel by Don “Four Arrows” Jacobs, Ph.D.,
“The Logosi Story” by Randall Eaton, Ph.D.
describes the ceaseless efforts of
a beluga to communicate with
humans including imitation of language
“Caring, Sharing False Killer Whales” by Tori
Cullins. Insights into the social
life of Hawaii’s false killer whales
and the threat of long-line fishing
“The Dolphins of Gandoca, Costa Rica,” by Ann
DiBerardinis who launched the Talamanca Dolphin
and its research on fresh water dolphins and
their fascinating interactions with marine
“Day 30” by Jodi Smith. The mysterious story of
a pod of orcas that would not leave Dyes Inlet
for thirty days.
Cetacean Classroom by
Randall L. Eaton, Ph.D.
A telepathy experiment with an
Porpoise Communication by Carol Drummond
Dolphins and Whales in Antiquity and Among
Whales in the News
in the Art and Myth of the Tlingit Indians by
Mystery of the Dogon and Nommo
by Randall L.
Orca Rescues Boy at
by Randall L.
the Orcas by Star Dewar
The 59th Whale by Randall L. Eaton
Book and Film Reviews:
Kids’ Whale Tales
Of Kathleen Dudzinski and Toni Frohoff’s
Taylor's Souls in the Sea
Of “The Cove”
Reveals What We Are Missing
“Joy of the Jump” story and photos by Star Dewar
A Whale of a
Tale! by Rhonda LaFountaine
Children Need to Live Their Ideas
by Rhonda LaFountaine
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