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dneves
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re: Ask not for whom the duck quacks...
dneves   2/28/2008 2:40:14 PM
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I believe this site answers it all very thoroughly: http://www.acoustics.salford.ac.uk/acoustics_info/duck/ Someone actually went into the trouble of put ting a duck on an anechoic chamber to answer this great mystery of nature. :-)

Malink
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re: Ask not for whom the duck quacks...
Malink   2/28/2008 12:33:08 PM
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Saw this myth being debunked by Mythbusters on TV a year or so ago...

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re: Ask not for whom the duck quacks...
hzulu   2/28/2008 12:19:33 PM
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Whats about "Did you have to fix your lawn mower recently?" ?



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