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    The Physics of the Sound Wave and its Effects on the Human Ear Could you imagine living in a world without sound? It would be enormously different from the world that we know. Our primary form of inter-human communication would be based on visual or tactile imagery. Our sense of perception would be changed. Telecommunication would be different. We would not have the pleasure of music or the soothing sounds of nature. Sound has had an immense impact on our world. This essay will explore the unseen

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    Since I am a non-native English speaker, first, I tried to choose a short, simple story with a funny character’s voice. So at first, I chose “The King’s ears are Donkey’s ears”. However, I realized as a child I did not really like the story, so I thought I would not enjoy practicing or telling the story if I choose “The King’s ears are Donkey’s ears”. I could not remember the story I liked when I was young so I visually went through the images I saw in books I read when I was young, and remembered

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    Ear Infection

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    Disease is common infor young children, but one illness that seems to appear consistently in young children is otitis media, or the ear infection. Five out of six kids get an ear infection before their third birthday. Parents who do not have medical experience may not know if their child has an ear infection and they should take them to the doctor or if the child just has pain, and the trip would be a waste of time. This is inconvenient for the adult and the child. The parent has to take time from

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    The Amazing Ear

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    The Middle Ear The next question is how does the ear take this sound wave, which are simply vibrations of air particles, and get them past the air-fluid interface between the outer ear and inner ear? The middle ear has important structures that help amplify a sound wave that is being funneled in from the outer ear and transfer the energy to the inner ear. The tympanic membrane, which is also known as the eardrum sits between the ear canal and the middle ear. Behind the eardrum are the ossicles and

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    A Needed Ear

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    is in a growing, tender stage- radiating... ... middle of paper ... ... that’s what I’m here for.” After meeting Psychic Laura, I am left to wonder what role psychics serve in society. Call it the super natural or call it the power of a needed ear. A psychic’s services merely respond to the need of knowledge for the unpredictable that some individuals seek. Perhaps people pay to hear what they want to hear instead of accepting the truth. A psychic fills this void in society, and perhaps, that

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    or proportion of an individual’s ear. One such surgery is the ear pinning surgery. This particular surgery concentrates on reducing the size and projection of the ear. Dr. John Michael Thomassen performs Otoplasty procedures at Thomassen Plastic Surgery, which is located close to Oakland Park. What are the benefits of an Otoplasty? With an Otoplasty procedure, Dr. Thomassen can bring balance to the face and the ears. Correcting minor issues such as protruding ears can drastically increase an individual’s

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    Perception of Sound

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    Some everyday situations where are hearing is important are at work, at social occasions, learning, and for our own safety. Our ears are intricate pieces of work and there is a lot to the anatomy and physiology of how the ear. The visible or external part of the ear has more of an action like funnel, amplifying sound waves to be captured and easily directed in the ear canal. The Pinna has an interesting role allowing the canal to receive low sound frequencies by reflecting off of the Pinna. The

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    Body Art

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    in popularity over the past five years especially among American teenagers who pierce just about anything that can be pierced: ears, noses, tongues, and navels. The most conventional form of piercing in the United States today is ear piercing, and it has become more mainstream for both sexes than it once was. Ear piercing can range from single hole in one or both ears to holes along the enti...

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    vestibular branch is concerned with balance. Conduction deafness results from interference with the transmission of sound waves in the external canal or middle ear to the organ of Corti. In sensorineural hearing loss, the lesion can be in the inner ear, the vestibulocochlear nerve or the brain. Because of the extensive bilateral connections of the ear, unilateral sensorineural hearing loss is usually due to lesion of the nerve nucleus or the nerve itself. Bilateral hearing loss can be either due to a central

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    Pros and Cons of Becoming a Cyborg: Trading Flesh for Metal Since the beginning of time, man has attempted to avoid the inevitable. In his endless pursuit of perfection, man has tried to dodge the grim reaper. Death is certain; life is not. Yet through technological interventions, man is attempting to be godlike and live eternally. Through these same interventions, man is becoming transformed into a cyborg. Currently, the technology has not arrived so that a man will be able to have more

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