Children are impacted by Pure Tone Noise Pollution

It is always a good day when our research shines a light and substantiates of claims of the Smart Grid Syndrome

It has been my theory that even though Children have the capability of hearing frequencies at from 20Hz to 20,000Hz; they are not always aware of what they are hearing. The paper affirms my theory.  I can assure parents that if I can hear this garbage then your child is being impacted biologically.

The pure tones in the air is not something you want to draw to a child’s attention.  Why would you want to bring them to awareness of something as torturous as this?  With that said, they may be impacted and it the behavior and symptoms are not being diagnosed properly.  that is another can of worms.  The main reason, being, that it is not being honestly handled  by our utilities and regulatory agencies. the medical professionals have her heads buried in the sand and won’t recognize the impact on people.  The engineers are ignorant to the harm as well, coupled, by  the fact, they have a conflict of interest because their bread and butter is large corporations, such as the utilities.  If they don’t hear this pollution they don not feel any moral responsibility to investigate the Pure Tones, unless, of course, you pay them to do so…Sandaura

Am Acad Audiol 7 : 346-357 (1996)

Detection and Recognition of Octave-band Sound Effects

Laurie L. Myers* Tomasz R. Letowskit Kim S. AbouchacratJoel T. Kalb’ Ellen C. Haast

Pure-tone audiometry provides quantitative information about hearing sensitivity at specific test frequencies. Pure tones, however, may not be the most appropriate stimuli for all listeners and for all testing situations. For example, young children have notoriously limited attention spans for pure tones. Such signals are unfamiliar and meaningless to most children, since they are not commonplace in the everyday listening experience(Miller and Polisar, 1964). When evaluating children and clients with a short attention span, audiologists have a limited amount of time available for collecting useful and accurate information about hearing sensitivity (Primus, 1988). In addition, children may display invalid puretone thresholds due to a lack of cooperation or the inability to listen for pure-tone stimuli at low intensity levels . Thus, although, in many cases…..

Read full paper at: http://www.audiologynow.com/sites/default/files/journal/JAAA_07_05_05.pdf

 

 

 

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