But I do think this Morse code bit is on the mark (especially on "Alias"):
- If the tapping sound or flashing light represents Morse code, there's always someone around that can interpret the message.
- When Morse Code is used, the interpreter will call out words as they are being sent, rather than letters. Furthermore, a single word is represented by a few "beeps", and all words are sent at the same rate, no matter how long the word is. Example:beep-beep-be-beep..."Help..."be-be-beep beep..."Us..."beep-be-be-beep beep..."We're..."beep beep-be-beep..."Surrounded..."be-beep beep beep..."Send..."be-be-be-beep beep..."Reinforcements..."beep be-beep beep..."Hurry..."etc.
- A message in Morse Code will start several seconds before someone actually interprets it; however, no information is lost, as the message actually begins when the interpreter starts to read it.