Who nose? -radiator / resonator

Who nose? -radiator / resonator

Who nose? -radiator / resonator

a) similarly to the design of radiators, the wavy surface of the nose may impact heat transfer
b) the wavy surface reaching deeper may also have a clear impact on one’s voice. The nose is a resonator and has an influence on acoustic effects. Since communication is mainly conducted with the use of microphones, its effect will be the same as in an aircraft cockpit, which means that some frequency will be interrupted by noises, and this will make communication more difficult. In basstraps used in recording studios, you may have noticed wavy structures which contribute to changing the acoustic effect.
c) additionally, an example of nose structure of one of the sword nosed bats also shows that the nose is very fleshy. Scientists are of the opinion that this may be associated with echolocation. Due to the disrupted day (Earth) rhythm and the sense of day and night caused by artificial lighting, the trace in research regarding to transfer of waves and vibrations with reference to echolocation, also seems interesting.