Monthly Archives: October 2012

Global Warming Could Bring Ocean Acoustics Back to the Age of Dinosaurs

New research, to be presented at the Acoustical Society of America in Kansas City this week, uncovers predictions that global warming may be altering ocean...

Korean NOFAN Cooler Silences Our Computers

As computer power has been increasing tremendously, so has the heat generated by the CPU (Central Processor Unit). The development of fan-based computer cooling...

How to Correctly Insert Single-Use Foam Earplugs

There is a plethora of different types of ear protection out there - in broad strokes, you can divide them into three categories -...

Danish Politicians Expect Residents to Cope with Unacceptable Noise Pollution from Metro Construction Site

The Copenhagen Post reports about Metro construction noise pollution that creates havoc in the Copenhagen city center. The given construction site affects around 100...

Nostalgia-inducing Endangered Sounds

What a great idea. In January 2012, Brendan Chilcutt launched the Museum of Endangered Sounds as a way to preserve the sounds made famous...

The Sources of Sound

We came across an educational University of Salford at Manchester video clip about what sound is, how a speaker works and a run-through of...