Mar 14, 17 / Ari 17, 01 11:12 UTC

It seems that universe reacts like a sound into a well  

Whole universe is very sensitive.If we through a small stone into water.It removes water according it's velocity.In the same way If we create a sound into a well , we listen it back loudly.Is it true scientifically ? So we should be alert for our working process also.Please share ideas in favor or in against.

Mar 14, 17 / Ari 17, 01 14:39 UTC

In many levels, some sort of similar principle is in operation - for example RADAR.

Even how your eyes work - as in the reflection of light, absorbtion of various frequencies suggesting colour...

Sound doesn't travel through a vacuum very well - something that does is gravity. That kind of works like ripples on a pond - the problem there would be having sensors sensitive enough to pick up the "ripples" (that's been done) and in enough places to begin to get directional fixes.