Sophia sound energy

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Sophia sound energy

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This form of energy helps geologists track down earthquakes, saving us all! Sound has waves that spread from the main source in vibrations. These waves go into our ears.

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Sound EnergyBy Sophia Healy

Some future impacts with sound energy are that scientists could use sound to call people from other planets. Or, people could use it to track down endangered animals by their sound patterns. Sound is an amazing energy. It is also a mechanical energy.

The reason I chose sound energy is because my dad plays violin, and I love to hear it's sweet sound. I was very interested in sound, and I wanted to learn more about it. I also play with my dad's microphone every day.

Without this form of energy, we wouldn't be able to hear musical instruments. This form of energy helps us hear others talking.


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