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Of course it does. Sound is not something that is caused by the person hearing it. It is a physical phenomenon that is caused by certain physical events. When the tree falls, it will make a noise. Yes, it makes a sound, that being a disturbance in the fluidic medium, air.

When the tree falls it causes a disturbance in the air pressure field in the woods and that pressure field emanates away from the fallen tree.

The physics of this phenomenon are quite well understood, and very independent of any soul being there to hear the treelopping.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins. Oct 22, In fact, sound is different frequencies of vibrations, but unless someone is in the forest to hear it, those vibrations cannot be converted into sound.

Sound is our brain’s unique ability to recognize different frequencies and interpret them. So if a tree falls in a forest and there is no one to perceive the vibrations made by the fall, there would be no sound. Answer to If a tree falls in the forest and I am not there, does it make a sound? is a question that is: theoretical O researchabl.

Answer to sound, to answer the following question:"If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?". It’s still just jiggling atoms.

So the falling tree makes no sound. It merely creates a compression wave in the atoms around it. The fact that we can hear these waves and perceive them as sound is, on the scale of the universe, really nothing more than a cute parlour trick of evolution.

That’s my answer. it does, even if no one is around to hear it it still technically has a sound. Plus animals are always somewhere in forests and they can hear as well. Also sound is vibration, and when trees fall they always give off a vibration no matter what.

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