Woodland areas near loud natural gas wells had fewer young trees than areas without the noisy production.
Serendipitously, scientists have discovered a way that frogs have evolved to hear the calls of their own species more clearly.
The seemingly opposite conditions of autonomous sensory meridian response and misophonia could have quite a lot in common.
You can finally record that podcast. Or get some sleep.
We definitely don’t want them to take after pigeons.
From movie sound effects to cryptic waveforms, sound takes on many forms.
Weird undertones aren’t for the faint of heart.
They’re a funky bunch, according to Shrek Chalasani.
And how it changes the brain in the process.
To block out sound, you need to know about all the odd clangs in this world.
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