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Old 09-01-2012, 10:26 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS View Post
i thought about this before i wrote what i wrote - but something has to be pushing those particles - there has to be some type of force behind it in order for it to move - i would just say that it is a force -

with speakers - loud speakers - there is usually a hole cut out in it - the louder the sound/music, the stronger the wind/air

sound is the source of the wind -

what is the difference between air and wind ?

and what is force ?
the particles obviously have kinetic energy hence why theyre able 2 move. same reason why i can move when no force is pushing me.

sound isnt the source of wind.

air is the atmospheric substance above the surface of the earth. its made up of different gases. wind is the movement of gas particles.

a force is an influence that causes an object to move. gravity magnetism friction etc
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