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Re: An interactive Google map of noise?

Subject: Re: An interactive Google map of noise?
From: madl74
Date: Mon Jun 16, 2014 5:26 pm ((PDT))
> We need another way of thinking and measuring noise. For example, I find=

> it natural to think that wind power plants should be built near highways=

> and other places which are noise polluted anyway, while most other people=

> think that they should be built at places where there are so few people a=
> possible, which means "silent" areas.
> E.t.c.
> I don't know of many other ways to draw attention to noise pollution, tha=
> people like us starting acting. Looking at the green movement, such
> actions are possible, but takes a long time.


I protest against (ineffective) wind farms and have written submissions on=

their primary and induced noise which is complex, but this is drifting off=


You have made an excellent point. What we should be doing is making a Googl=
plot of noise pollution.

David Brinicombe

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