A short soundscape of a hike through the woods with birds chirping and singing in the background.<hr> <a href="https://dsound.audio/#!/@wwwiebe/20190912t130708948z-soundscape-hike-with-singing-birds">► Listen on DSound</a><br> <a href="https://node02.dsound.audio/ipfs/QmWLTvQZ6T9oHMXiRRLNbENTRmnC7ARBv4yuXuCGjcJb1A">► Listen from source (IPFS)</a> If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? Having never before been in a position to not hear a sound I wasn't available to not hear I don't have a really good answer to that question. Scientifically, the answer is Yes, of course it made a sound. Philosophically one could argue that it's Schrodinger's Sound, both noisy and silent at the same time. Regardless, I can affirm that birds chirping in the forest, with someone there to listen, definitely do make a sound.