Tick. Tick. Tick. Keep a clock on the table. Sit on a chair beside the table. Try to hear the sound. Can you hear it?Yes! But, how long?
Suddenly you find yourself not hearing the sound, rather you are somewhere else completely unaware of the tick-tick music. You try again, and the same thing happens. Did you try it ever!!!!!

Sound, a vibration hits the eardrum of our ear. The wave goes to the auditory section of our brain through the auditory nerve. And we get a perception of the sound. Our brain analyses it, we recognize the sound.

Our sense of smell, taste, and vision all involve chemical reactions, but our hearing system is based solely on physical movement.

Now, what happened in this case! The clock is there. The tick, tick sound is also present. I am physically good enough to hear the sound. Then why don’t I listen to the sound continuously?

The process goes as follows:

Source of sound => medium => pinna => ear canal => wave of vibrations => eardrum =>cochlea => se…