>>136080337 Depends on the specifics. You can do that with waves. The way noise cancelling headphones work is exactly this. They just emit the opposite waves of the noise around you into the headphone. Pretty smart.
>>136080233 Technically she wouldn't be able to produce a simple wave to cancel out the other as human vocal chords produce complex waves (two or more overlapping waves) but I assume her power just ignores this, making it entirely plausible.
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