The Human Ear
What the human ear can do in processing auditory signals has been studied for several years and in rather exquisite quantitative detail. The ways sounds are conducted to the inner ear is relatively well understood,as well as the manner in which signals move from the cochlea to the brain. The total hearing process, however, continues to elude researchers. However, it appears that sounds the ear hears can be reproducible by the body's vocal chords leading to advances in bio-resonance sound therapy.