Letter To Editor About Noise Pollution By Loud Speaker In Our Locality Essays and Term Papers

  • Letter to the Editor About the Industrial Revolution

    To the Editor: Working conditions today are usually good and pretty safe, right? That's what we know, is that all factories are safe, that all of the laws are followed, and that everything is great. Look at what you are wearing today, maybe a jacket mad in the U.S., a t-shirt made in Malaysia, jeans...

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  • Letter to the editor about skateboard parks

    Dear Roxanne Hack, On March 23, 2014 around 5:00 a.m., Logan Wells was struck by a car and killed all while trying to enjoy his love of skate boarding on a street named Secretariat Way. To think that this young 16 year olds life could have been saved by a simple skate park infuriates me. A skate park...

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  • “a Change of Heart About Animals”: Letters to the Editor

    Re "A Change of Heart About Animals," Commentary, Sept. 1: Jeremy Rifkin argues that science has shown that the differences between animals and humans are less than we think and that we should exte nd more “empathy” to animals. I disagree. In nature, animals naturally kill and eat each other. ...

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  • "A Change of Heart About Animals" Letter to the Editor

    com February 13, 2012 Los Angeles Times Op-Ed 303 W. 1st St. Los Angeles, CA 90012 Dear Editor: I share Rifkin’s concern with how we treat animals; however, the article, “A Change of Heart about Animals” does not provide enough concrete evidence to make the claim that animals are all of a sudden...

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  • A change of Heart About animals- Letter to editor

     Response to “A Change of Heart about Animals” In “A Change of Heart about Animals” Jeremy Rifkin says that animals have the same human qualities that humans have. And with that they deserve more if not the same amount of respect as human beings. He gives many examples on how some animals are human...

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  • Noise Pollution

    NOISE POLLUTION: A SLOW POISON Whether knowingly or unknowingly, every one of us contributes to noise pollution, because most of our day-to-day activities generate some noise. Often neglected, noise pollution adversely affects the human being leading to irritation, loss of concentration, loss of hearing...

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  • Noise Pollution

    Noise Pollution The nature of sound Sound, a manifestation of vibration, travels in wave patterns through solids, liquids and gases. The waves, caused by vibration of the molecules, follow sine functions, typified by the amplitude and wavelength (or frequency) Sound waves of equal amplitude with...

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  • Noise pollution

    introduction Noise pollution is the disturbing or excessive noise that may harm the activity or balance of human or animal life. The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is mainly caused bymachines and transportation systems, motor vehicles, aircraft, and trains.[1][2] Outdoor noise is summarized...

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  • Noise Pollution

    Noise pollution is displeasing or excessive noise that may disrupt the activity or balance of human or animal life. The word noise is cognate with the Latin word nauseas, which means disgust or discomfort.[1] The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is mainly caused by machines and transportation systems...

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  • noise pollution

    Noise pollution may be defined as the state of discomfort and restlessness to human beings caused by unwanted high intensity sound (noise). It is of both natural and artificial type. Former is caused by natural sources like cloud thunder, hailstorms, wa¬terfalls, avalanches and landslides etc. Latter...

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  • Noise Pollution

    Professor Machado EOH 350 T/Th April 29, 2010 Noise Pollution and Its Impact “Calling noise a nuisance is like calling smog an inconvenience. Noise must be considered a hazard to the health of people everywhere.” -William H. Stewart The word noise is derived from the Latin word nausea meaning...

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  • Noise Pollution

    resulted in a dramatic increase in the amount of noise  that people are exposed to. Because noise is any unwanted sound which varies according to time and exposure to the sound by individuals it has a number of characteristics. What one person may perceive as noise may be a pleasing sound to the next person...

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  • Noise Pollution

    fact that ordinary citizens-especially city dwellers are bombarded by noise pollution. On the way to work, on the job, and on the way home, the typical urban resident must cope with a continuing barrage of unpleasant sounds. The noise level in an office can be unbearable. From nine to five, phones and...

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  • Noise Pollution

    Noise is defined as unwanted sound. Sound, which pleases the listeners, is music and that which causes pain and annoyance is noise. At times, what is music for some can be noise for others2 Noise can be described as sound without agreeable musical quality or as an unwanted or undesired sound. Thus...

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  • Noise Pollution

    Noise pollution (or environmental noise) is displeasing human, animal or machine-created sound that disrupts the activity or balance of human or animal life. The word noise comes from the Latin word nauseas, meaning seasickness. The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is mainly construction and transportation...

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  • NOISE POLLUTION

    will be the body. Heat is a form of energy. This form of energy is very essential for the survival of life in any form. It plays a prominent role in our daily life. For example,we need heat energy for cooking, heating water, ironing, etc. Heat energy plays a very important role in nature. Weather conditions...

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  • Noise Pollution

    Noise Pollution Construction sites, highway traffic, emergency sirens, and barking animals are not just an inconvenience to the ear, but what researchers call noise pollution. Disturbing sounds such as these can interrupt sleep, a family dinner, or any other normal activity, and as a result reduces...

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  • Noise Pollution

    Traffic related noise pollution accounts for nearly two-third of the total noise pollution in an urban area. Noise, a by product of urbanization, industrialization and motorization, is increasingly recognized as an environmental nuisance that effects human health and wellbeing. Traffic noise on existing...

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  • Noise pollution

    of different types of pollution and believe it or not, noise is one of them. Noise pollution has been around for a long time even if we're not aware of it. The word "noise" is derived form the Latin word "nausea", meaning seasickness. Here I hope to cover a few points on noise and hopefully state a few...

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  • Noise Pollution

    on earth can escape the sounds of noise – an unwanted, disturbing sound that causes an annoyance in the eye of the beholder. The thought of pollution, to the majority of people, brings reflections of chemical spills, radiation, and holes in the ozone layer, and noise is usually last on the list. Every...

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