Sound waves can do more than just allow us to hear. Since sound is composed of literal waves that travel, the waves can move things like shown in the video.
This amazing garden of stone is called Coral Castle. It was built by one man alone, and has a mysterious story behind it. The man who built it claims to have unlocked the secret of the pyramids, and it is claimed that sound was his tool for moving all the stone (although he never revealed his secret.) Could sound really move stone?
According to Washington Post, sound has been proved to moved objects, but on a small scale. Things like tooth picks and water have been moved with sound waves, but nothing as big as these stones weighing tons. This brings an interesting thought to my mind though; if sound waves can move objects, they must have some kind of effect on us in our daily lives. Most of our bodies are water, and water can be moved by sound, just like in the video. Could the sounds we hear everyday have an effect on our health? Could sound be used as a treatment for some illnesses? I think more research should go into sound waves and how they effect the environment.