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Crying Wind
18th July 2013, 10:42 AM
Must our ears exist for sound to be real?

Quophi Aletse
19th July 2013, 10:54 PM
Must our ears exist for sound to be real?

lololol ..... our ears must exist for sound to exist for us ......

if something falls on the ground with no ear around, life already has natural responses for such a situation which is a vibrational effect in all directions surrounding the interaction between the ground, the object that fell, gravity, etc accordingly. These are specific responses that life takes care of. now, if you have the apparatus that can convert such vibrational frequencies into sound then you will here it ....

eg dogs can hear certain animals can hear or have ears that can coverts certain vibrational frequencies to sound that human ears cannot.
for example lets us say that something falls down 20 miles away from you. By the time the vibration representation of that situation(something falling down) reaches you, it is at a frequencies out the range of your ears of the is no conversion to sound and you dont hear anything but your dogs ears may be able to pick that vibration up and convert it to sound meaning your dog hears it ....

so the question is does the sound of the fallen object 20 miles away exist or not for the human???

the same goes for sight.