If a tree falls in the forest, is there anyone there to write about it?
One of these writers could write meaningfully about a tree falling in a forest: Harriet Beech-er Stowe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, John Ash-berry, even Elm-er Fudd.
all one needs is to imagine a tree falling in the forest to write about it, as you did when you asked the question. A riddle for you. seek out a tree. ask it your question, yet not rely on its reply.
Possibilities if the tree falls in the Land of Bob:
Yes, of course...Treebeard...BAARRAARROOOMMM...take a note, Merry and Pippin!
Yes, but if it fell on the writer the tree would have barked his shins no doubt, increasing the likelihood he'd use a twig and his own blood for the writing.
This close to Midsummer's Eve, some Druid most likely!
Yes, Lord Robert Murray of Crestfallen, Scotland, while searching for his wizard and his true love!
And the off chance that the White Rabbit would be there, assuming Gracie Slick was singing him to sleep; which probably made him late in the first place!
If a tree falls in a forest...who's even going to know ? Let alone write about it...
by Jaggedfrost 7 years ago
Is the question about the tree falling in the empty forest an honest question or was it started...by someone looking to justify violating societies laws while no one was looking?
by ThatFatGuy 3 years ago
"If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?"I was thinking, how do you know that it was a tree that made the sound in the first place? Since nobody was around to hear it then that implies nobody was around to see the tree hit the ground. Saying a...
by Jeff Davis 8 years ago
does anyone feel that what they write is pointless?maybe not so much pointless, but at least un-benificial. i know i write on here because i like structured writing, and i like to hear feedback. at the same time, it seems so self-serving. in reality, i am probable just thinking too deep into write...
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Is it better to write hubs around one topic, or experiment with various ones?On one hand, a subdomain with numerous articles surrounding one topic seems like it would give authority to the account. On the other hand, experimenting with new topics may pay off as you could stumble across a...
by chasemillis 6 years ago
If a tree falls and no one is there to hear it, does it make any noise?I know it's been asked a thousand times, I say yes!
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