However Quantum Mechanics gives us the Observer Problem.
Jan 22, “If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” If you've ever heard this famous question, originally posed by philosopher George Berkeley, then you've actually already been introduced to the subjectivism vs. objectivism debate, perhaps without realizing bushremover.barted Reading Time: 4 mins. If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there, does it still make a sound?
Jehookah Jarmon, Gorvenstof, Ukraine It makes the if tree falls in the woods and no one of branches snapping and the almighty thump when the trunk. The answer is quite simple if answering on a physical level: Yes and No! 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 bushremover.barted Reading Time: 5 mins.
Originally Answered: What is the the philosophical answer to the question"If a tree falls down in a forest but there is no one around to hear it, does it make a sound?" The ancient Greeks believed in a logically predictable and ordered universe (a false premise shared by many even today, typically the ones who believe the questioner is confusing the sensation of hearing to the energy transfer we call a sound wave).
Jun 12, For those of us who think material trees do exist, a tree falling in a lonely forest will produce a sound defined as ‘vibrations in the air able to be heard’, and won’t produce a sound defined as ‘sensation produced by vibrations in the air impinging on an eardrum’. Feb 22, So if no one was in the woods when the tree fell, then the sound would not be appreciated with sense-certainty. “The force of its truth this lies in the ‘I’, in the immediacy of my seeing, hearing, and so on ”.
If no one immediately heard the noise, then there was no noise. Jun 25, It is the time and time again old saying does the tree falling in the woods make any sound if no one is around to hear it hit the ground. This question has plagued mankind for an undetermined amount of years many even centuries.
No one is for sure of the questions origin however the question itself is the important factor not the origin.