marissa c asked in Environment · 1 decade ago

Noise pollution :wat doyou think?

hey i would like to get two people opinion on this sub.and one has to be for the other one has to be agianst...for a paper im am for school and would really like to have outsiders opinion!

thanks a bunch!!!!!!!11


ok now need a perso to think that there is nothing wrong withit

4 Answers

  • MSG
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Yes, I am against noise pollution. All rock, hip-hop and any other concerts should be out-lawed. Much the same as Global Warming, these may in fact cause hearing loss later in life so for the public good government should step in and regulate all facets of the music industry. Including having regulators on ipods to insure that they will not play above a certain level. All car stereos will be fitted with a monitoring device that will limit volume inside the car (for the occupant's own good of course). Anyone caught using a boom box will be fined or imprisoned. The "big music" companies will have a big volume tax applied to them to help pay for these measures. Government will monitor private houses to ensure that parents aren't exposing their children to second hand music. No music will be allowed in public, especially bars and restaurants as this might harm people who don't wish to listen.

    Source(s): Cafe standards, "big Oil", smoking laws, nanny type governments everywhere.
  • 4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    Hmmm...I don't know if anyone is "for" noise pollution but some people might say it's inevitable if we are going to cut back on urban sprawl by living in closer quarters in cities.

  • 1 decade ago

    the noise pollution has more disadvantages than the advantages.


    it creates a lot of health disorders in humans mainly in the deafness,cardiovascular problems...

    it creates a lot of tension.

    it prevents a peaceful atmosphere.

    creates a hyper tension....

    therefore i am obviously against it....


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