Novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne described my “audible stillness” and a physicist needed my help to calculate air temperature. Am I male or female?

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Novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne described my “audible stillness” and a physicist needed my help to calculate air temperature. Am I male or female?

Post by NewsOnline on Tue Nov 15, 2011 4:08 pm

Novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne described my “audible stillness” and a physicist needed my help to calculate air temperature. Am I male or female?

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Post by NewsOnline on Tue Nov 15, 2011 4:10 pm

How to find the answer: Search [Nathaniel Hawthorne audible stillness] and read to learn he was describing the song of crickets. To confirm that a cricket’s chirp is the clue, search [cricket temperature] to get Dolbear’s Law, which states a relationship between air temperature and the snowy tree cricket’s chirp rate. Search [cricket chirp] and read to find that only
males chirp.


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