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             Noise pollution causing deafness World became more and more civilized during past centuries and noise pollution became a serious problem our days. It is a huge issue to everyone and especially for people who live in big and crowded cities. It is not only airports, cars or factories that pollute noise, but also such things as computers or printers can distract people. Even pleasurable things, such as listening to loud music, can damage our hearing. It is proven that noise has different negative influences on people. It not only damages our hearing but also affects our behavior. In this research I will try to prove that noise pollution is a very dangerous thing that can not only distract people but also make them deaf. According Encyclopaedia, noise is "sound that interferes with other sound that are being listened to . Every day we hear different noises. Big cities are the main sources of noise pollution. People invented engines, amplifiers, speakers and other things to make our life easier and more pleasurable. Noise from "road traffic, jet planes, jet skis, garbage trucks, construction equipment, manufacturing processes, lawn mowers, leaf blowers, and boom boxes, to name a few, are among unwanted sounds that are routinely broadcasted into the air (Clearinghouse, web). However, these inventions not only help us but also make damage to our ears and behaviour. It is obvious, that noise pollution reached the enormous level now and there is no way we can stop it. It is impossible to stop factories, planes or cars. According T.J. Winpenny in his book Values of the Environment, we have to choose between health and well being on the one hand, and the commercial and public services, on the other. Generally, it is very important to know how noise affects us and how can we protect ourselves from the harm it is doing. No matter what kind of noise it is, it still affects us in a similar way. It is scientifically proved that

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