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comment What is the most efficient way to destroy the universe?
Depending on the definition, this is impossible, see Conservartion of Energy.
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revised Why did people expect the number of electrons emitted because of the photoelectric effect to rise with the radiation's intensity?
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comment Why does water make a sound when it is disturbed?
You can find some sounds of water here. Maybe it helps if you specify what kind of "water moving" sounds you mean. Waves, objects moving in water? If something on the linked site sounds like what you mean, a first step might be to look at the mp3 file using a program like Audacity.
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comment Why does water make a sound when it is disturbed?
I can think of two different "water moving" sounds: a) a pebble falling into water, water jumping up around it and causing waves; and b) a biggish body (e.g. a human) jumping in, causing the same effect as in (a) but also having moved enough water away from the impact center to have its refilling cause another sound of water fronts clashing together.
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