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It was generated at 05:14, 8 May 2017 (UTC) by Legobot.

Discussion Topic Replies (estimated) Archive Link
Graffiti 0 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Graffiti
speed of sound 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#speed of sound
External Links 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#External Links
GA Re-Review and In-line citations 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#GA Re-Review and In-line citations
Examples of Sound Pressure Levels 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Examples of Sound Pressure Levels
Tidy Up 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Tidy Up
Page Structure 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Page Structure
This article's Good article status under review for possible delisting, see Good article review 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#This article's Good article status under review for possible delisting, see Good article review
Good Article review 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Good Article review
scribd 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#scribd
Factual error 3 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Factual error
Physics of Sound Web Site 4 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Physics of Sound Web Site
Good Article Date 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Good Article Date
Translation of French article 2 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Translation of French article
14 year old 3 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#14 year old
Semi-Protection 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Semi-Protection
Use Meters per Second 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Use Meters per Second
Don't how this could help but... 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Don't how this could help but...
temperature 6 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#temperature
Sound can be in object in space (like a vaccum) even though it cannot travel in a vaccum 3 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Sound can be in object in space (like a vaccum) even though it cannot travel in a vaccum
"sound means those vibrations composed of frequencies capable of being detected by ears.[1]" 14 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#"sound means those vibrations composed of frequencies capable of being detected by ears.[1]"
WikiAudio ext. link 4 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#WikiAudio ext. link
Accuracy of '20 Hz and 20,000 Hz' 8 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Accuracy of '20 Hz and 20,000 Hz'
"Sound is vibration transmitted through…" 3 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#"Sound is vibration transmitted through…"
the definition 6 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#the definition
Archiving 2 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Archiving
Hearing at the speed of sound 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Hearing at the speed of sound
About the intro to the article 2 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#About the intro to the article
issue with the first citation 3 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#issue with the first citation
Pending changes 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Pending changes
Definition 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Definition
combine? 6 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#combine?
Sound Image 2 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Sound Image
Philosophy of Sound 2 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Philosophy of Sound
Edit request on 5 January 2012 4 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Edit request on 5 January 2012
Speed of Sound 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Speed of Sound
Over-linking 1 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Over-linking
Sound Can Travel Through Vacuum? 3 Talk:Sound/Archive 1#Sound Can Travel Through Vacuum?
ARE YOU KIDDING? 1 Talk:Sound#ARE YOU KIDDING?
Edit request on 10 May 2012 2 Talk:Sound#Edit request on 10 May 2012
Grammar Edit 1 Talk:Sound#Grammar Edit
If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it does it make a sound? 4 Talk:Sound#If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it does it make a sound?
"Human Ear" 1 Talk:Sound#"Human Ear"
Lost information on sound looking for a home 1 Talk:Sound#Lost information on sound looking for a home
Page Protection? 1 Talk:Sound#Page Protection?
what affects sound properties. 1 Talk:Sound#what affects sound properties.
About Longitudinal waves 1 Talk:Sound#About Longitudinal waves
Speed-of-Sound in air is 742.5 mph at Sealevel and 0°C (32°F) 1 Talk:Sound#Speed-of-Sound in air is 742.5 mph at Sealevel and 0°C (32°F)