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The idea of sound will be investigated in the following essay Is there sound in the world and if a tree falls in the forest and there is no body around does it actually make a noise These ideas will be followed by the theory of colour Individuals think they see colour so people believe there is colour in the world and do not even think twice about the issue Still some philosophers have presented ideas about the world with no colour Is this theory plausible Following these two questions I will provide my take on the two theories of sound and colour and render my stance on whether I believe in the ideas of philosophers or whether I do not think their suggestions have any backing and provide stable proofSound is a vibration of air molecules caused by the motion of an object The wave is a compression wave where the density of the molecules is higher This wave travels through the air at a speed dependent on the temperature A sound wave contains energy which in turn means it can make things move However if the wave strikes something solid it will bounce back wwwaskjeevescom soundWhen a tree falls and there is no one around does it make a sound There are two ways to look at the statement presented The first way would include that sound is something that is objective and independent When a tree falls it makes a noise sound and the noise that is produced is by the falling and hitting of the ground of the tree This statement does not need anyone to prove its concretness and it may even happen without anyone knowing it The other theory that is presented is one of scientific adequacy where one has to think about the solution and have prior knowledge about sound waves and the theories behind them When a tree falls vibrations occur and cause waves in the air
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