Humming along to Songs can Degrade your Voice

19 February 2018

According to the butterfly effect of Chaos Theory, a single flutter of a butterfly wing in Brazil can cause a thunderstorm in Mexico. Similarly, humming along to any song can degrade your voice, but the true reason of that was unfathomable until it was fathomed for the first time.

We are trying our level best to outline the reason of this particular phenomena…

When you sing or hum, preferably to your favourite song, your vocal cords vibrate. This sets off longitudinal waves of successive compression and rarefaction that propagate in every direction before passing on the energy to an arbitrary object that pays commission to it, in terms of free electrons. Now, this arbitrary object, happy with its trade, oscillates vigorously which passes on the enrgy to a series of random objects, exchamging with them free gifts like diamonds, uranium atoms or bougainvillea flowers, gets magnified exponentially in each step and eventually results in an Earthquake in the locality. This sudden inexplicable earthquake gets covered by news media from every country of the world and that requires a lot of energy. The extra energy is derived usually from unusual sources like moonlight and sunlight. This angers the Sun for overusing its product, namely sunlight. The Sun starts fission instead of fusion causing confusion among people. Everyone on earth gets irritated by the rash behaviour of the heavenly body and raises their voice to complain. This makes it difficult for you to listen to the beats of the song you were humming along to. You wear a headphone and turn up the volume to its highest. The volume now gets so loud, that it becomes impossible for you to hear yourself humming. You start singing at the top of your voice and that severely degrades your voice.

If you think this explanation is impractical, then try to hum to a song. But be careful, you might lose your voice forever.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay

Editor-in-chief

Antarctica Daily

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What it was...:-)
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Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
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Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
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Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
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Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
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