Dolphins live in pods and travel graciously and tuned to each other and are therefore also chosen to illustrate teamwork or synchronisation.
Copywriters are going out of their way to link a product to this smart animal. It is a slippery path, though, as sometimes the attributions are less than convincing.
Extraordinary innovationand is followed by
The evolutionary cycle (†) of the dolphin has bestowed upon it extraordinary intelligence and the ability to communicate. This has resulted in the dolphin being one of our most highly evolved species.Now comes the link with the service:
Innovation is also a necessary requisite in financial planning …Quite a brainteaser.
The author tries to add some weight to the advert in giving the scientific name of the
The Dolphin. (L. Tursiops Truncatus). That is the equivalent to stating The Fish, because
there are many species of each and fish or dolphin are the name of the collection of all species in the group.
Notice also the beginner's mistake in the scientific notation. It should have been Tursiops truncatus L.
meaning the Bottlenose Dolphin.
… has an exceptionally high IQ. He is showing it with a splash.The author continues with some features and then interjects —how smart!—, then some more features and —ingenious!—, features again,
and many more smart stuff. Never before existed a car this intelligent. This really is a new kind of intelligence.Had they consulted the USCA green book for car adverts, they would have known that dolphins are not capable of selling cars because there are no features to match. The image editing is very well done though.
Dolphins, they say (translated from Dutch),
can detect and then transmit faint oscillations. Their sixth sense is unmatched. Our company has developed the same ability. … And you, do you have a sixth sense for sensors?This sounds loud and clear as Learnt from Mother Nature, a popular song.
escape from your daily environmentis also present.
The same idea of freedom and freedom of movement is also present in the advertisements of two other airlines (Nos. 15, 16) which talk about their intercontinental flights. And we recognize the idea also in the car advert of No. 17 where it comes with a touch of joie de vivre. It is a bit strange and certainly surprising that airline companies fall back to an animal living in an environment they rather wish to avoid.
They're beautiful, they're graceful, and they know the wet bit between Europe and the States like the back of their flippers.and —now trying for a chuckle—
But they don't carry passengers … .One short paragraph brings back memories from before the cattle flights :
We serve good food, in comfortable surroundings …(Sigh, those were the times).
The new V6 engine is there specially for who's always late or arrives too early. For people always in a hurry and seldom well. For mysterious strangers or flashy famous people; 153 Hp et voila, everyone calms down, behaves more friendly, the tongues are loosed, cosy atmosphere. In short: man is freed and ready for his ambitions.My best guess is that the dolphin stands for free movement in a borderless world, just like with the airlines of the Nos. 10, 15, 16, and the car of 17.
Mobility is about instinct and strategy. Or a sense of responsibility.In my opinion that is nothing more than an empty statement and an attempt to look smart. But of course mobile computing is all about the freedom (therefore the dolphin) to use your pc where and when you want.
Traitement dynamique de l'anxiétéor
dynamic anxiety therapyand the dolphin was probably chosen for the dynamic. Maybe there is also an allusion to the dolphin therapy sometimes used on people with mental disorders.
Dolphins are also used for another medicin, now against constipation (Nos. 19, 20), but I am clueless about the reason. The same holds true for the television screens which won't strain your eyes (21, 22), for the printing blankets (24) and for the user centered computing (23).
† Evolution is not working in cycles. Evolution knows only forward in whatever direction this may be, without a specific target.