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Sensorial Sciences helping people to improve their quality of life by understanding the toxic energy that surrounds them.
Helping healthy and disable individuals to understand the real reality behind sound energy. The vehicle manufactories industry and it engineers lobbied the Government giving decibels measurements that are bias and not appropriate for human life or living. It is time for them to correct that!
Many times I wrote that you can not assess an acoustic noise event from traffic based on decibels alone. Who understands decibels? Not the general population and there is where they fool you! To assess an event of noise use these items I am going to layout bellow:
1. Source of Noise
2. Type of Noise
3. Range of Noise
6. Landscape Architecture
7. The human factor
Please, tell Congress and our Local Government that you are tired of lies and you want the true about correcting the decibels that is appropriate for humans not a machine.
Here is the question to Engineers:
- How far a sound wave from the source of the noise emission is reaching out at the spectrum landscape? I know you can calculate that "range" in meters or feet and I am sure you know that --these items described above are the most important ones to assess an acoustic event, not decibels alone.
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Acoustic Landscape Architecture Applied to Law, Criminality and Behavior Sciences
- Environmental Architecture 3D
I created this topic because in today's World there are many human healthy and scientific misconceptions in the area of transportation and acoustics resulting from decades of lobbying from Industry and Commerce in the USA and abroad, consequently helping to alienate the public and its education on the subject.
The goal here is to study this subject analyzing many spiritual, physical and psychological aspects of toxic energy created by humans mainly in the area of acoustics and the products that relate to it. It is an Artistic proposal and a Sciences Master Degree Theme.
Therefore here is the question:
- What is the reality and what is not when we deal with sound (noise) emissions and its traveling range perimeter path and how that negatively affects human life daily?Acoustic Landscape Architecture Applied to Law, Criminality and Behavior Sciences
The point here is:
Are he is going to listen to it and act in order to protect our Citizens from Noise?
Let us all find out how good he is to this Country...
January 25, 2008
Rear Admiral Steven K. Galson, MD, MPH
Office of the Surgeon General
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857
Dear Doctor Galson:
I am a retired physician with an interest in the public health aspects of
noise pollution. With each passing year, noise pollution increases. As it
does, so do noise-related, adverse medical, social, and economic effects.
Noise pollution affects every American in countless negative ways both day and night. Among its many adverse effects, noise damages hearing, disturbs
communication, disrupts sleep, impairs cardiovascular function, interferes with teaching and learning, reduces productivity, harms relationships, provokes unwanted behaviors, and increases accidents. It is a major source of recurring and often unrecognized stress, which, itself, degrades the quality of life and adversely affects health. These are not potential effects; they are real. They are medically, socially, and economically important.
Your predecessors have spoken out about the hazards of pollution with unquestioned effect. They brought problems to public attention and contributed to their solutions. I am writing to you because you are in a position to do the same for noise pollution.
Most citizens are concerned about pollution and the ways it degrades the
quality of life. These concerns center around the environment in which we
live, the food we eat, the air we breathe, and the water we drink. Citizens want and expect the government to protect us from the various pollutants in our environment, all of which directly affect our health and well being.
Our society has been slow to deal with all the pollutants to which we are
exposed. It has dealt with them irrationally and inconsistently. This is
especially true of air pollution. Air borne pollution exists in two very
different forms. The most noticeable form of air pollution consists of particles. Vehicle emissions, factory emissions, tobacco smoke, and other particulate forms of air pollution are known to produce illness; they are justifiable concerns of citizens. Thus, we have many laws aimed at protecting the environment from air borne particles that pollute.
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Part 2- [continuing...]The point here is:
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