Can an old building contain sounds embedded in walls?


Kairos

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Too bad they don't make good use of it. I've been waiting to see Superman's legendary dance moves on the big screen for decades now...

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I'd imagine, going by the creator's apparent intent, and names like Kal-El, the traditional dance of the Krypton people would be something like this:

 

Kairos

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4/4 for the 8 days of Kryptonica, when all Kryptonians celebrate their deliverance from the tyranny of General Zod.
 

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4/4 for the 8 days of Kryptonica, when all Kryptonians celebrate their deliverance from the tyranny of General Zod.
My apologies for completely confusing you, when answering the comment you made, that the Jewish video clip has a "good beat"....I was merely trying to assist you in the basics of what makes "a good beat", but actually you prefer to remain within the fantasy realms of Kal el, General Zod, and Kryptonica :LOL:..
 

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I wonder a lot about whether "if these walls could talk" could really mean something. If sound can be recorded purposefully onto vinyl, tape, digitally, etc., why couldn't ancient sounds have been embedded naturally in old stone walls, for instance? Sound is nothing but vibration, so couldn't it somehow be extracted from walls?

I read this online:

- In past times, people sometimes thought that all sounds that ever existed were still present, hovering like ghosts. Guglielmo Marconi, who sent the first radio message, in 1902, believed that with a microphone that was sufficiently sensitive he could hear Jesus delivering the Sermon on the Mount, and in 1925 a writer for the Washington Post speculated that a radio was capable of broadcasting the voices of the dead. A radio transmits vibrations, he wrote, and the voices of the dead “simply vibrate at a lower rate.”

Does anyone have any thoughts about this, or sites for further research you could direct me to?
I thought something like that for a long time - ever hear local ghost stories? It's always the same, the same exact story repeated over and over again. The excuse for the repetition is that the ghost is "reliving" an events or "searching for something in the same place" - over and over and over again. Ghosts behave like GIFS.

Coincidence? Or just a recording?
 

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