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  • Water Pollution
    775 words
    Pollution As time advances pollution is every where, humans more and more rely on machines to live their lives. Machines like cars and trucks, airplanes, computer; all of which produce some kind of pollution. Maybe air, water, and even noise pollution are cause by these machines. Efforts to improve the standard of living for humans have resulted in pollution. Much of the world's air, water, and land are now partially poisoned by chemical wastes. Some places have become uninhabitable. This pollut...
  • Noise Pollution
    659 words
    Noise Pollution Noise pollution is not a necessary price to pay for living in an industrial society. Much can be done to reduce the severity of the problem. For example, vehicles and other machines can be built to produce less noise. Four-cycle engines can replace much noisier two-cycle engines in such products as lawnmowers, motorboats, and jet skis. Labels that indicate the noise levels of appliances and tools can help consumers avoid noisy products and choose quieter alternatives. Even after ...
  • People Value Airplanes
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    John Doe The Effects of the Airplane on Modern Society The airplane's introduction at the beginning of the twentieth century forever changed the way we would live out our lives. In America it is very difficult to even find someone who hasn't taken some sort of trip by airplane, which is why it's so easy to see that the air travel has had a huge impact on our society since it's development. Like any other technological advancement, the airplane was developed to make our lives easier, be it lighte...
  • Noise Level Of 85 Decibels
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    Noise pollution causing deafness World became more and more civilized during past centuries and noise pollution became a serious problem our days. It is a huge issue to everyone and especially for people who live in big and crowded cities. It is not only airports, cars or factories that pollute noise, but also such things as computers or printers can distract people. Even pleasurable things, such as listening to loud music, can damage our hearing. It is proven that noise has different negative i...
  • Noise Levels Of Eighty Decibels
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    According to John Cage in relation to his famous composition 4'33", "There is no such thing as an empty space or an empty time. There is always something to see, something to hear. In fact, try as we may to make a silence, we cannot" (gizmotude. web). His words ring true; complete peaceful silence in this world is impossible to attain, especially because of manmade noise pollution. Any form of unwelcome sound is noise pollution and is an inescapable ingredient of everyday life, whether it is the...
  • Steady Exposure To Noise Above 80 Db
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    ... Noise, Noise Pollution and It's Control What is noise? Noise is the background disturbance caused by signals that are random and unpredictable. This can be called sound which is the sounds of everyday life. It is generated when a disturbance sets the air moving. We hear sounds when 'tiny vibrations in the air called sound waves strike our eardrums. A sound wave consists of air molecules vibrating backwards and forwards. The molecules are crowded together in some areas producing places of hig...

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