Subject: Does sound only exist in the human brain?
Date: Wed May 7 14:30:59 2003
Posted by Tracey
Grade level: nonaligned
School: Warwickshire County Council
City: Nuneaton State/Province: Warwickshire
Area of science: General Biology
If a tree falls over in a forest and there is no one within hearing distance,
therefore no ears to turn air compressions into sound, does that mean the tree
makes no sound?
Re: Does sound only exist in the human brain?
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