20 Burst results for "Eighty Five Decibels"

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"You know they are. They fit in your ear. Wrap around the back of your ear and then have the little bluetooth stuff on them on like lanyard. That is not removable. Noise reduction rating is twenty nine decibels It says individual and simultaneous bluetooth version. Five it has an individual bluetooth button with volume control in separate here through volume control. The here through volume control is like like they say separate and basically what that does is that your volume for people like. If you're at the range you can. You can turn up the volume to hear people that is what that volume is And that is the volume that also gets cut out when it jumps above a certain decibel rating Of course this stuff doesn't really mean much to me. Got a nine millimeter. Dynamic range speaker Does have two times omni. Direction in ear microphones so each ear is gonna act independently It automatically compression amplification loud impulses. Sounds like five discharge exceeds eighty five decibels so it'd probably even cut out with a lot of suppressors that are out there so does a good job of doing that. it's rechargeable usb e two hours to recharge Looks like it lasts about ten hours is what they said on a charge So comes with three different ear tips. But like i said i have one of the competitors versions and i really do like it. The only thing that i don't like about the competitors and i'm assuming this might also be it because says the eighty five decibels you cannot also turn up volume through them past eighty five decibels so you know for people like zane who wanna blast their music and their headphones. You can't buy only question. My only question would be like with the howard light. you know. impact sports yes the probably the most common over action over the ear right. You've you've seen him this. The green ones at asset. Tom somewhere yeah. So with those like so when it cuts out when there's gunshot it cuts all the noise right on one of these. Do the same thing because you get some of the more higher priced ones. They'll amplified talking while the other noise at the same time and because it has compression. I'm thinking they might they. I'm guessing because of the way it is it's worded it compresses amplification when loud noise impulses so. Yeah so like if you're talking and there's a gun shot. It doesn't just cut out like the like they're less expensive impact. Sport earmuffs right. Yes a little annoying That's the my only complaint about the the. They're they're over. Your thing is that gets annoying rats. That would be my have somebody shoots. You can't hear anything. Yes i great friend or ranges here. Nothing the whole time. Cnil what's great. What's great about those for indoor ranges. And you could do this with these just opposite Is just put a pair of foam in and then put those over top of it and turn the amplification all the way up. Then you can hear people talk and then you can't hear anything when gunshots go off and you do this backwards with these could still run a normal mind. Yes yep yep these are cool. I i liked the idea. The only thing you're talking about cranking up the volume when you've got these in your ear. I wouldn't recommend that just because talk to a doctor and they'll probably tell you don't do that cause you'll get you blow your drums out. No they believe past eighty. That's interesting yeah. That's a good thing. My question is how these at work with like a constant noise is like if i use among my lawn now this guy says i would like to get a set of these to wear in in quite honestly some of the wildland fire trucks. We have basically military vehicles. That are super loud. now i will tell you. I've tried not thieves with the ones. I have like mowing the yard and stuff and my lawnmower is not loud enough and neither is my weed to get the sound to shut off but you know because it's not above eighty five decibels but just but they still offer the twenty nine decimal noise reduction ratings. So they still cut the sound and you can still turn the volume up. It's it's kind of weird because yeah so like if i was mowing my lawn with is set like these are like the set you have. I'd be able to listen to the gun and gear of you. Podcast will among my lawn. And i'd be able to hear it nice and clear yes and it would drawn up. It would cut the sound of the exhaust on the one more exactly. Because i've got two and a half three acres. I have to in it. S- gonna take me a while the modal you know. Yeah no th really. That's they'll do that. Because i've i've used them before like i My lawn mower. It's not too bad but the weed eater is just obnoxiously loud and legal on a motorcycle. Especially if you're wearing like a a helmet. Yeah i have no idea. Helmeted no matter if it's legal allegedly one these have the the whitman mean. I've seen a lot of people on motorcycles with the regular earplug earphones. I'm quite sure those are illegal. Because i cut they block out the noise. But this you'd actually probably be able to hear the volume on so you could actually ear. You know because you kind of lose some hearing anyway wearing a helmet but welcomed. Wh we welcome tony who logged in now. Finally to the to the gun and motorcycle you know headphone show. And i was like man. I get the wrong show. Put up the wrong show notes. But yeah i hear ya. And that's the thing is like with the these. I'm sure the howard lights. I'm sure are pretty similar to the ones i have. And i've literally where i'm at work. You know..

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We are back free. Talk live call in radio show where you can take control six zero three two eight three six one six zero six zero three two eight three six one six zero sitting in the studio tonight. Tiszai mr richie rich and mattie man mattie matt we're going to get back into that Biden story man. Yeah however we have a caller wants to talk about it and bring him on stu it joe in michigan. You're on the air yeah. Politicians like biden may Get away with the lies because you know they know most people but when it comes to gun control i know. Most people don't aren't into it don't know you know i've bought guns at gun shows before i always on a background check You know the The whole thing with with the The arm bracing shows how retarded the Nfl is it totally. Does it it most of that. That was a reaction to a problem. The government saw back in the thirties. With prohibition they basically created organized crime and They once again. They like they're doing now. They're they've punish law-abiding people you know didn't have these problems before. All these stupid laws are enacted. Because they don't solve nothing you know it's right. It's about disarming a nation. it has nothing to do is there's nothing to do with With safety it has everything to do with making people defenseless and mass. The red flag laws. How many i have i know. I'm sure every guy out there said some crazy girlfriend that because that's the list of executive orders from today. They want to yeah. Joe biden wants to his instructed the atf. to make it easier. I don't know how they're gonna do this. Make it easier for states to have red flag laws. If the by the way joe biden calls the atf the af t by the way he did it twice in one sentence today but yeah apparently he was to make easier for states to have red flag laws or create a national red flag. Red flag law. It's if they really want. Well the one thing you could do to reduce gun violence would would be Cancel the war on drugs. Absolutely that would take the profit incentive out of the inner city for kids to join gangs and do drive bys and all that stuff but restricted my rights to own it own. Whatever guy. I ought to be able to go down to buy three and machine gun to go anywhere to order an amazon. I i've never. I've i mean i'm your typical gun owner and i just want to be left alone. I follow the rules. But i'm sorry man any law that's in violation of the constitution. Is it's illegitimate far discern. Let me ask. You said something here. That i'm i kind of mentioned earlier. And mattie matt disagreed with me a little bit if they do pass these bands are you going to turn it in per the laws since you follow the rules. Don't answer him. You can always. You can always rely on the of our government. We outnumber them. There's these guns out here. There's no way they can enforce these laws. Basically you gotta get caught with it doing something you know. You gotta have somebody rat you out or you gotta be actually in the you know committing. A crime was with one. And then they'll add that honors another charge but I would want to stop you there. There's any any question that the government will create evidence. I think they will out if they want you. They are gonna make the evidence they wanna get. You caught with well. That's more in line with you. Know just keeping your head down and just going about your business. Scher right. if if you don't put your head up there and put a target on your. I didn't put a target on my back. But they sent an atf to this house anyway and they know damn well in isn't he's not huge dude what they bring the army because you had done design guns in the house. I mean it's amazing to me. They'll they'll say when y is ten like in california wherever ten. We don't have those laws in michigan. But it's like that's the magic number for magazines you know. When did they come up with that. You know if you're getting somebody's breaking into your house. The last thing you want to worry about is having to reload you know. I mean it's it's these rules are arbitrary they. They're based a lot of them like the silencers and stuff your baseball hollywood silencers. Don't silence your gun like like a like in the movies still allow if basically here just protection man. It doesn't you should still wear plugs suppressor. Because they don't take it necessarily below. What is it the safe level. Eighty five eighty five decibels. Yeah it's country you got hunt with. If you're gonna show you gotta have you gotta have one hundred dollars. Get your suppressor. Wave here and then go hunting. What's wrong what's wrong with that. I i don't. I don't know man it's it's important people. You pay your income tax. You pay your sales tax. You pay your property tax payer firearm stack all of which is my big issue. Man second amendment is and i don't care what party you're from if you're wrong initiates you. You're not getting my vote and correct. A lot of people. Need a lot of people need to have that attitude. This crap of you know. I'm not in love with trump. But he you know i wasn't happy about the bumps stock thing but You know now. Look where we're at orange right that bump stocks overturned yet. They did it on purpose to buy us time. Because after las vegas. I guarantee you every rhino and bc was willing to go along and go after a rs and everything. And you know i. I can't prove that it's just my i was to come out and say like eight d. Chess he he had to ban it. Trust so the leg. So they could overturn it. And therefore now you can keep it legally and removes all questions he was gone and now we're stuck with. We're stuck with you know we'll become guy can barely talk so you want to know what else i want to run this guy on the phone. The sixth will skip ahead to the sixth executive order. Today he wants to make it illegal to get a gun if you've been convicted of domestic violence. But he thought. I think if you've done your time on something and you've paid your pay your your what you owe society you should get your rights back kind of a guy. I agree with that. But the point i would. It is already illegal to have a gun if you are if you're yeah. You can't some exceptions to them offhand. I think i think don't quote me. I think they're exceptions to that. And i think that might be a loophole that they're trying to close. I don't know man. That's pretty clear question. I answered all the will say this. I say accusing somebody of that..

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on #QualityMatters

#QualityMatters

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on #QualityMatters

"I had a again kind of on the sales marketing side of things which you know qualities quality in the matter where yet but I had this little experiment I wanted to do and we're still trying to gather data on it off is what if we do handwritten notes to people and written letters and we send it in snail-mail with a handwritten address on there. Are we how is the response to these prospects going to be dead? Versus just our standard email and phone calls and so we're still trying to gather data on it for the reason that we want to know. Is this a good investment for prime-time? Yeah, so, T riyals and you know, there's Financial that goes into into stamps ain't cheap stamped a Jeep and when you start putting a pen and a nice, you know a little booklet in there like her show me but the point is you have to you have to have the balance you gotta have a gut feel to try something new but you have to evaluate if it was worth it off. I agree. Okay, and the last one again not ironically is a relationship management. Yes. So all this that we've talked about is relationships. You have to walk manage those relationships and it's not just the internal relationship management but external as well. So we're talking about in the older version of the standard they listed this as Supply off. relationships and so now it's just kind of relationship management and it's kind of updated it a little it's simple stuff like You know, what if the neighborhood behind your shop, you know is it's you're all the shop doors are still too noisy for that neighborhood and you didn't even know they were there cuz there's a Grove of trees between you and the house. Well, I've seen this stuff happen. And so you have to worry about that. Well, that's the first action is to determine relevant interested parties and they list such as suppliers Partners customers investors, imply employees and society as a whole. Yep and their relationship with the organization then determine and prioritize interested party relationships that needed to be managed. Yeah. So first we gotta list all the relationships. Yep, and then which one of those need to be managed and what priority level like how seriously do we need to manage these relationships? Yeah. I mean absolutely. So let's take the same example see we got a machine shop and they're grinding and man sometimes when you're grinding especially if you're grinding on song You get up to a hundred and thirty hundred forty decibels booming out the end of that pipe. Well again, if there's a neighborhood behind you, you know half a mile away that still above eighty-five decibels by the time it hits them and that's above noise ordinances. So you want to take some effort into that. So in that case, you know, this inertia party of the neighborhood. Mine is really critical role, but on the other hand if your electronics manufacturer of em Geeks with circuit boards, don't make a lot of noise, right?.

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tonight these bean bags the design to bruise people who are hit by them also these pepper balls that pepper is an irritant to pepper spray being sprayed on the crowd tonight too and also these CS canisters that you see flying through the air they create a pyrotechnic affect lots of smoke they burn very hot the idea is to get crowds out of there by this distraction and also the very loud flash bangs which are a hundred eighty five decibels and this is quite a sight right here are Matt Morrow not far from the capitol grounds fire burning in the trash can behind in smoke filling the air and people milling about behind in their map what's going on absolutely Jenny what we've just seen it but just the past few seconds here it looks like some people were driving along Lincoln here have their own gas canisters a couple of them at least there's a big big line up there on the of the U. S. capitol trying to or at the state capitol my apologies trying to prevent people from go up there we seen them take off running a couple directions and just last fifteen minutes or so there was a car that stopped and appeared like it was wanted to drive up onto the sidewalk and that's when we saw all those officers start to come on down you could hear a number of the pepper balls being fired just doesn't and dozens of rounds of those at that same time as when we saw some of the gas canisters with the smoke being a very goes the more the pepper balls being fired right there as traffic drives by Long Lake yet at the same time a lot of people are hanging out of make up trucks and other vehicles right here in the smoke from the gas canisters still drifting this way not sure how much you get to see down there but it looks like a couple of the officers are coming back down closer to the street right there as a some of these people it's hard to say exactly what's going on over the area but it might be a little bit easier to feature beer sales yeah while to see it to those officers running with their with their.

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We said the fed the durable and we're all good to go again everybody's kick around get around that well just as we expected a right on time the showers the sporting cutter storms and clear about the weather service to put out a special reward the Biscayne Bay that's a cool seven thirty here so we're going to go on that for this one as storms coming through wind could get the forty Knoxville was of a higher gusts so logged out over the water some stronger storms and we'll get it right all right now your Hollywood Hialeah few showers around a lightning tracker on a couple flickers of lightning out near Vanderbilt park but that's about it as I go back to the north west of where whether it's coming from seeing some clearing skies on this line I think Jimmy over the next couple of hours brings us a few showers maybe a thunderstorm this morning and then we'll get some sunshine and certainly get some improving weather this afternoon will be about eighty seven degrees add to our product in the low eighties and yesterday I did get to that record of ninety one degrees yeah I was warm what's nice though the market at some cooler weather in the next few days be nice to get past that even though you know so many people are out there walking these days and and some of no clue what they're doing they they they don't know that that state stay away from each other the whole idea yeah yeah it is and do you know we're seeing overnight lows are being other ten degrees cooler than this morning tomorrow morning so big changes there I can build you'll come down a bit too with the others that you know you keep your distance in the weather should be pretty decent outdoor things I mean your essentials right so you can't get out there but that's good right dry run into tomorrow's the day will check in on the drought monitor another piece of information that we also have out here this morning is up what about higher fire weather danger to sell one but if you things going on here in South Florida gadis that special marine warning them they also put out a fire weather watch on the fire weather watch it up whether clocks forty through this evening breezy lower all communities so there is fire initiated anyway there could be up to ten extreme fire behavior so but at this point so that does include in when Miami Dade County metro Miami Dade county Palm Beach county coastal Broward county so although dry conditions that lead to an increased change your whole world built cars to spread if they do start but this rain probably not gonna help too much at night you won't see many changes in the drop on order to talk about tomorrow all right thanks we were here we'll talk to next hour soon okay the latest on the corona virus there are now six thousand seven hundred forty one confirmed case in Florida including twenty one hundred and twenty three in Miami Dade County twelve hundred nineteen in Broward county eighty five decibel attributed to covert nineteen statewide nationally I don't mean I'm thousand six seven thirty three cases including four thousand eighty one deaths president sticking a sobering tone in his latest news conference about what the country is about to deal with I want every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead we're going to go to a very tough two weeks and then hopefully as the experts are predicting as so I think a lot of us are predicting after having studied it so are you going to start seeing some real light at the end of the tunnel but this is going to be a very painful very very painful two weeks speaking to reporters at the White House the president again referred to covert nineteen is the invisible enemy part of the reason the president is changes tone over this crisis is the dire warning from one of the nation's top infectious disease experts about the number of Americans expected to die Dr Anthony Fauci head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases yesterday share projections showing a one hundred thousand to two or forty thousand dollar range is two hundred forty thousand range for a total of a U. S. death toll SO bring a number as that is we should be prepared for it is it going to be that much I hope not and I think.

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Call us eight six six six ten six three nine seven now here's something but that I wish they would do in this country this is the most brilliant thing that I've ever heard how annoying is it when you get these people at a light that are honking their horns before the light even turns green okay how annoying is that I mean that just irks me you want to go over there and and ripped the wires off their horns Mumbai has they just rolled out a pilot program called the punishing signal okay right near the intersection there's a little you know receiver and the sign reads honk more weight more if you sit there and honk your horn if it goes above like eighty five decibels of something like that that's how it it senses that it's a horn and not just regular traffic noise leaves a light ray leaves the light red brilliant why is brilliant I I I I I I want to meet the guy that invented they should do it yeah I wonder though is that when he hears a Hornet turns green yeah right I want to meet the guy that invented that and buy him an adult beverage because I mean is that is that is genius yeah it is pretty cool why didn't we think of that Robert we could have been retired they would have been the car guys starring Tony sample now we have a ticket you okay when you could never do that United States to someone be what would be like offended yeah I mean that's yeah happen it would hurt somebody's feeling and all that stuff yeah that's that's just crazy meant that we could bring your wife along you should give the anniversary of the universal sign of her number one yeah yeah you you never forgot that I think that was the coolest thing ever well to serve to yeah right she was right on point yeah somebody cut us off on a Harley one day were riding with Robert yada and surely took offense to them cutting us off so anyway let's let's talk to James online one good morning James mortar guys how are you good how are you what can we do for you question this week I was reading from the new concept when it comes to buying a car were you basically you can pay for a car by the week for the modern they call for all the calls the insurance the risk here's been everything I have you guys heard anything about that the car concept yeah there there's been non some different tests pertaining to an all inclusive payment which included insurance in maintenance yeah I'm regular maintenance down meant nothing not like a a warranty the extra warranty but just now just it's included in it and then there's some services where you can rent cars like on a daily basis it hasn't really taken off because the insurance part of it is the difficult part because they're finding that people couldn't get insurance either somebody with a really bad drivers license maybe some DIY issues was gravitating to the space in trying to you know figure out how to get insurance to drive a car so it it went away because it didn't work payment wise it was a pretty heavy payment but there there has been some attempts to have an all inclusive car payment what would you think something like that will be more advantage did actually purchasing or leasing a car well that that's a.

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A little news from the neighborhoods that foster joining us this morning what have you found yeah I have something interesting at the Modesto bee this morning and the Modesto police department is getting a new forensic tool that lets its detectives be able to unlock some android cell phones in this is a software that the city council has proposed Ruth purchase for and for the hefty price tag of seventy five thousand okay that's pricey but you know that's what criminals use yup I want to get out that info by the way quick up programming note for you nine o'clock this morning our time president trump is expected to address the nation about the impeachment vote he's off the hook yeah a sword in your we're gonna have it here for you live it's coming in and out of his out of prayer breakfast this morning apparently and that's gonna be the first time that day he Nancy Pelosi have seen each others say the hearing in the house and back off okay so police in India have come up with an ingenious plan to cut noise pollution if you honk your horn the light stays red there are meters that the lights now they've they set him up a tender lights and if the meter registers noise levels of eighty five decibels or over the lights will stay rad for a lot longer moon by apparently is the hot horn honking capital of the world if the answer to that policy in New York City the lights would never turn green right right right so that's ingenious it'll be interesting to see if it works or it could backfire big time together I mean that would just the cascades right they could use just see that light perpetually being always read yeah and people weighing on the already drivers are stuck seventeen hours in traffic per year all really yeah I mean by my good days of loss of productivity okay stop Onchan and maybe we'll get to work we have a very interesting segment coming up a guy who was living on the streets this guy gave up everything that he owned to become homeless on purpose it was an experiment view what's so why you did that how it worked out for him we're going to hear his story in his own words and that's coming up in just three minutes local news breaking news traffic weather stay connected with news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. on fifteen thirty eight radio app we're gonna talk a little bit more about how much homes are worth with ed Corey in just a moment here but but before we do how much is your home worth what's the value of your home in the Sacramento region do you have any idea well there's an easy way to find out and you don't have to have somebody walk in your house and give you an assessment you can do it right at your kitchen table if you go to a website called open door dot com so just get out your tablet and you could do it very easily and I did this and I saw how easy it is to request an offer so here's how it.

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"Did you have any questions before. Because I've got some questions for him about the whole wine that we're we're seeing here at all the ninety here what we both have teenagers running around the house. Let you know so I mean you hit around the Ed no tablets all day long. Twelve year olds non that she's leaning toward night Hensley something on her years. We're here so knowing that she'd be saved win so little more common than just going here. Here don't worry much comes out or something because you know four negative. That's one thing that I want to ask you because not every head said Bluetooth Gaming headset. Rent are numerous amount of headsets in the marketplace but not every one of them goes ahead ahead and shuts it off at a certain desperate level and so I want to hear your thoughts on what type of active technology really drives the pure sound labs whole line forward in order to head to go. Go ahead do that. Yeah Gerald the majority of headsets out in the market. They can go up to anywhere from ninety five to one hundred and five decibels which very minimal time period during during that volume output can damage your hearing and once you damage that hearing. It's gone forever. You're not fixing that so what we do is implement a DSP a digital signal processor that that restricts the output volume to keep it under eighty five decibels. And let's say you're on a plan and you plug in the headphone or if your phone dies. We include the two volume lender cable which reduces the electrical output to. The headset. said they could only go so loud. So like Jamie was saying. You can't trust your child to not raise the headphones when you're not looking what we do is we provide that peace of mind. Parents can go go about their day and know that their kids are safe. WE WE WANNA make sure that we provide a high record audio products no gimmicks no stickers no plastics use high quality materials high quality audio out of safe output. Really give you the full package wreckage of a professional level audio products for kids and the great thing about this is. We're debut in our new adult products. Piero proactive noise canceling over your headphone Tom. Sport Bone conduction headphone swift. Eighty five decibel output. It's got the ninety five decibel upgrade if you already damage. Your hearing and eighty-five doesn't work worked for you but still gives you that peace of mind that you aren't going to continue to damage your hearing like the majority of other headphones can provide and that's where I want to ask you continuing on that. And that's great that it has features for people such as myself who probably have lost a little bit of their hearing over the course of time because they didn't take care of their ears properly and also wants to protect their kids. As well like for instance we just came back from a flight. Six hour flight from Orlando. We did have those type of headphones. Or what have you but I know with a lot of people is also sound quality and price points and I know that something you ask a lot as far as from pure sound labs concerns. What are the things that you can say to our consumer audience out there about those aspects as well so you know when we we started pure sound labs we started it because our founders owner's daughter Nikki damage your hearing listening to a brand that will not be named way too loud so our founder Dave Russell using his consumer consumer electronics background scoured the market and found that there were no premium audio products? Four kids so he took it upon himself to create one we implement only the highest quality audio Lumina materials durable lightweight all of our products. Come with a one year manufacturer warranty we stand behind it. We worked with a sound engineer. Dr.

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"Ready for a gaming docu series from pyre productions in Rob McCallum filmed if you love video games chances are there's a box cover or cover image that you love in a stuck with with you for decades in our series boxer who travel across North America to visit with the unknown illustrators and artists responsible for creating the most iconic gaming images of all time what what was once scheduled to be a ninety minute. Documentary is now a six episode season pack unbelievable tales that paint a picture of the gaming industry. You've never imagined just one of the many pop culture projects from rob McCallum empire productions all right and we're back right here a pet gum see US twenty twenty. I like those numbers number twenty twenty once again. This is job along with Jamie Monroy and Alex Silverman. He's here with pure sound. Labs pure sound. That's got a lot of great things going on. Our site has done a lot of views over the years on headsets. Some of it not good. It's been really good. So what makes bureau sound mild. Stand out with all the stuff that you got displayed here at the well. I'm glad you asked your old pure Ceylon labs. Is these safe premium offering for kids teens and adults all of our. The headsets are volume limited at eighty five decibels the safe threshold set by the World Health Organization for listening to personal audio up to eight hours a day with personal audio becoming more prevalent point and day to day life kids who listen ipads on computers playing video games the dangers of damaging you're hearing permanently increase exponentially and they're saying that our generation generation is going to have the hearing of seven year olds at fifty. So what we did. Is We strove to come out with a premium audio product for kids teens and adults that gives you peace of mind. Line that you're not going to damage your hearing while enjoying your music audio books or Gameplay. I sincerely wish he'd been around when I started this headphones. Back my Sony Walkman Panayi Eighty S. I'm now fifty and I have the hearing of ninety three year old but let's not go there Jamie..

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Garden power tools at six o'clock on a Sunday morning. Just be thank. You don't live next door to the White Billboard Press Janas Alba's the world's loudest known bird capable of an impressive one hundred twenty five point four decibels now that's loud chainsaw. A rock concert much louder than the level considered considered safe for human hearing around eighty five decibels the males of this Amazonian. Burt apparently saved the most. Deafening effort for the females perch next to them swiveling to blast last songs final note directly into the years. He's long suffering and presumably hard of hearing mate. And that's the show for now you you can subscribe at download. Space is a free twice. Weekly podcast through apple podcast. STITCHER BITES DOT COM podcast soundcloud YouTube audio audio boom trucks space time with Stewart Gary Dot com or from your favorite podcast download provider. If you want more space time check out our blog where you'll find all the stuff we couldn't fit in the show as well as loads of images new stories videos and things on the web that I find interesting or amusing. Just go to space time with Stewart. Gary Dot Tumbler Dot Com. That's all one on word and in lower case and that's without the the and also follow us through at Stewart Gary on twitter at Space Time with Stewart Gary on instagram on facebook just go to www www dot facebook dot com slash space time with Stewart Gary and you can also find us on the space time with Stewart Gary. Youtube General space-time is brought to you in collaboration with Australian strain sky and telescope magazine. Your window on the universe. You've been listening to space time with Stewart. Gary this has been another quality. PODCAST PRODUCTION FROM BITES DOT com..

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on World Oil Deep Dive

World Oil Deep Dive

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on World Oil Deep Dive

"We'll call him Jimmy. Jimmy showed up in the data today again. So Jimmy in angry resident that lives a couple blocks away in. He's sick the noise that this frat fleets making so even in a place like Oklahoma which is pretty oil and gas friendly. You're saying a massive amount of pressure from the congressman to quiet these things down and so that that plays into that but when when you were talking about the decibels there. I was trying to pick that pick that out so like hundred and ten is is the Osha safety level. Is that like if you're above one hundred ten that's too loud so one hundred and ten is about what a conventional FRAC fleet will operate. That's really loud pretty loud. Yeah it's it's it's very loud so we're about eighty five decibels and eighty five decibels is the level which Osha says below eighty five. It doesn't even require hearing protection right. I don't know if I were probably didn't tell you the story when I first moved to Houston three years ago. One of the things that blew me away was when I went to restaurants with clients. How loud they were on the inside. I mean coming from Europe where people talk in hushed whispers in restaurants. And it's very quiet to a place where it was so loud so actually bought a decibel meter and take her out with the restaurants to me just because it was so loud and I'm telling you there were restaurants or higher than eighty five decimals. Oh absolutely yeah. It was it was it was mind blowing. You know we had a We had a group yesterday out from the Railroad Commission of Texas. We had twenty some folks that we were touring on a location yesterday and many of them had never been on a FRAC LOCATION. And the ones that have we get there when we get there. We were already pumping stage. We're standing outside and in one of the more experienced guys goes one you start honing. That's it it's happening. It's happening right now. Yeah Yep and so then you conclude the article on page fifty five talking about what evolves evolution again in the name. What evolves from this technology going forward and You talked about some interesting projects. Like Whistle Laris those a little bit about that. Yeah so so. This is exciting to us because these these kind of projects that are actually getting requested of us by the clients. These are showing us that the technology is not only accepted. But we've got clients out there who are thinking. How else can I use this? How can we expand this technology? So the first place that we saw that was powering. The Sahara Silos on location. So we talked to our friends. That's hilarious. Hey guys thank you absolutely. They were set up perfectly for it anyway and so we just feed them power and honestly the biggest challenge. There is. Who's going to carry the cable? Which so it's just so easy to do. We're starting to get some some bigger challenges. Now we're working on some projects to electrify wireline. So yeah so. Our clients have these visions of an completely electric location No diesel engines whatsoever. So we're getting there and we're getting very quickly now fascinating because when you're talking about researching and areas where it might be used or these turbines might be able to be used you know. Nobody knows better than the people were out there. And they're like wait a second. We could do this with electricity for only we had electricity. And there they go. Then they're right in your pocket absolutely so now and so you also about he captured capturing the heat off the turbines to be used for heating water and cold areas and heating many things. I would imagine in cold operations right. Yes that's correct we. We were a bit baffled. Surprised we started to hear how much operators are having to pay in cold. Weather climates to heat either FRAC water to use in the process or heating. He tracing of wellheads and things and keep things from freezing up. People are paying hundreds of thousands a month to heat water so sort of like wait a second. We've got this. Turbine it's throwing off exhaust at eleven hundred degrees Fahrenheit. There's gotta be something we can do here so we got together. We started to sketch up some some cartoons worked with some engineering firms and have developed this heat exchanger and for a cold weather operation it can be placed right next to the turbine package in we would be able to heat water either for downhill use or for heat tracing anything ELSE ON LOCATION THIRTY DEGREES. Fahrenheit at a rate of one hundred ten barrels minute. Wow that's impressive and otherwise wasted heat so if you take that save your operator and other two hundred K. A month and heating costs. It's just it's just a smarter way to do it. Now is is very interesting because you know all of these ideas lead to other ideas it seems kind of like a rabbit hole of ideas in ways that you can did. You can do things differently than we have done in the past. And that's that's the most exciting thing about this article about the electric fracking business. I think is that it is the beginning stages so hopefully you know you'll be able to come back and tell us more about some of these other ancillary projects as well. You know in the future and we'll be able to get another article for the magazine absolutely. We would be honored and thank you Jim so much. It's been such a pleasure in again. We we love the opportunity to kind of talk about our technologies. It is impressive. Carry so thank you very much and once again for those of you who were listening..

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Why Should You Bring Ear Plugs to Music Festivals?

BrainStuff

06:40 min | 3 years ago

Why Should You Bring Ear Plugs to Music Festivals?

"Today's episode is brought to you by Oregon. You know, when something goes wrong at home, and you just freak out, I have definitely had my moments especially when it comes to pests ants in the mirror. Nara, cockroaches hanging out around your bubble bath and uninvited rat, a your daughter's birthday party. Don't let pests ruin the moment, get an architect out to your house tomorrow. Bill, protect your time and your temper. Visit organ dot com slash brain to save fifty dollars on your first general pest service with the promo code pod. Fifty that's peo- d five zero Oregon home is where the bugs aren't. Welcome to brain stuff. A production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff. I'm Lauren Vogel bomb. And as I record this we're in the throes of music festival season. These multi day concert art debauchery parties can be a blast but research shows that they can also be a bummer for your ears, the sheer length of some music festivals. For example, each weekend of Coachella runs three days with ten plus hours of Buzek every day, a, plus the widespread use of alcohol and drugs could inflict serious damage on your hearing with potentially permanent consequences. We spoke with Marshall Chason an audiologist from Toronto who specializes in hearing loss prevention for musicians. He says that there's nothing inherently bad about going to the occasional loud concert or cranking, your headphones up. Toback Salyan to listen to your favorite song, as long as you do it in moderation. That's where three day music festivals. Become a problem. There's a point at which all sounds above eighty five decibels equivalent to the dial tone. Telephone can inflict permanent hearing damage exposure, eighty five decibels of noise seems harmless enough? But if you listened to a dial tone forty hours a week for. A full year you'd suffer some level of permanent hearing loss. And if you turn up the volume to ninety four decibels, which is about halfway to full volume on an MP three player all it would take five hours a week to damage your hearing. Chason said, it's the total dose that matters much like a radiation dose, a single x Ray here. And there won't hurt you, but thirty seven x-rays in a short period could be problematic rock music at a live concert can easily reach a hundred and ten decibels at that volume. Your ears start sustained permanent damage after only two minutes of daily exposure, it's especially important to give your ears arrest. Once they've suffered some short term hearing loss that buzzing ringing or numbness in your ears after attending allowed concert. There's a recovery period of sixteen to eighteen hours during which your ears are particularly sensitive to further. Loud noises chasing said there's nothing wrong with going to a rock concert on Friday night. Just don't mow the lawn on Saturday morning in be careful about attending yet another rock concert on Saturday. If you don't let your ears rest, there are several ways that they can suffer lasting damage the inner ear smaller the tip of your pinkie finger in contains the cochlea a fluid filled. Snail shaped chamber lined with thousands of hair cells. Plumbed exposure to very loud noises. Disturb the fluid in the cochlea so violently that the hair cells bend, or break never to grow back, another source of permanent hearing damage says Chason lies deeper in the brain where nerve cells carry signals from the ear to nor on the process. Sounds growing research shows that overloading those neural pathways with loud noises can disrupt the connection creating situations where the neurons kit detect the signals coming from the ear. Luckily, the solution to noise, induced hearing loss for music festivals is simple. We're earplugs. Lots of concert goers, avoid wearing earplugs because they think it will muffle the music and ruin the experience. But that only applies to the cheap foamy disposable kind which to be fair. I've had perfectly fine experiences with however, there are excellent in obtrusive earplugs on the market. The protect the air from dangerous sound levels without distorting. The quality of the music professional musicians have been using them for decades. These are designed to evenly lower noise levels, somebody's much as twenty decibels across the hearing spectrum not just the high frequencies, you can find them for less than twenty dollars. And they're reusable. Oh forever. Weirdly drug and alcohol use at music. Festivals has also been shown to increase the risk of hearing loss. A study out of the Netherlands, tracked, fifty one participants with a mean age of twenty seven years who attended an outdoor music festival in two thousand fifteen half. We're given earplugs and half were not all were advised to refrain from drugs or alcohol so that they're hearing could be accurately tested after the four and a half hour show as to be expected, not everyone abstained. The resulting data showed the concert goers, who drank beer, or used drugs, like cannabis or MD, A, experienced, worse, short-term, hearing loss. And interestingly, so did male subjects whether on drugs or not? What's not clear from the data is whether the increased hearing loss linked to drugs, alcohol, and being male is biological or behavioral in origin Chason for one is convinced the drugs or male hormones, chemically altered, the inner ear to make it more susceptible to damage patterns of behavior are more likely at play. He said using alcohol or drugs, decreases, your ability to self monitor. So you're more likely to put your head right next to a loudspeaker your judgment is off, by the way, as far as professional musicians. Go more than half fifty two percent of all classical musicians experience hearing loss, compared with only thirty percent of rock musicians, Chason says it's a dose thing with classical musicians exposed more hours of loud issues it over their career than rockers. Today's episode was written by debut and produced by Tyler playing brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this, and lots of other rock and topics is at our home planet has stuff works dot com and for more podcasts, my heart radio, I heart radio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. It was a writing camp at a house in the Hamptons for beyond say, she's walking around with her baby walking from room to room, just listening to what we were working on. I remember ferrall showed up at the front door. He had like a CD full beats everybody was slinging beats at her. When I remember, I kept getting the end of the course to look a hill goes here like because it needs another section like the the anthem stadium like everybody screams it. Are recorded into my phone when I was running like, I'm sitting here panting into the phone and then that was that was it. And she was like Kratz you have as for single does like. What, what an interesting day that was. I'm Dave Stewart songwriter producer co founder of Eurythmics and co creator, and executive producer of sewn the show all about the intimate. Mysterious author sewing. Join us for sung lands podcast on iheartradio app. Alert podcasts.

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"We finally retired the old Samsung with its four inch Bethel's. Something a little newer in there. A long time. It has been there through three studios that is an ancient TV. So and I think we put this on an arm. I mean, we got really fancy this is a t CO one of those new man, these are, so inexpensive. Oh, man. I know. Yeah. And so and the battles are tiny. So it looks like you're, you know, bigger people are saying, but this is radio, I know, but I wanna see him. We do a video stream for people who are like to watch their radio, and in the old days, you know, before TV people would sit and stare at the radio when they were listening to fibber McGee, Molly. So those pictures. Yeah. People gathered around staring at the radio like like there's something to see their. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Right. What do you wanna talk about Scott? Oh, I want to tell you about something new. I'm doing okay. I have recently started contributing to a website called tech hive. Oh, I like tech hive a lot. Yeah. Good good. It's a publication of ide- g publishes MacWorld and PC world. Yeah. Online, and the magazines, although as we all know print print is going away, our friend stays now used to run that. Oh, okay. There you go tech hives an awesome techs site. It is. Yeah. And so it turns out that the the main editor their tech hive is a guy used to work with electronic musician many years ago, and so I hooked up with him. And I'm doing reviews of headphones and little portable bluetooth and wifi. Speakers. Perfect. I'm becoming the gives wiz of little audio junkie. Audio products all junkie are they know? And that's the amazing thing us as you were looking there for those of you who are watching on the livestream. I've got one of my stories there at the top of the page. See about the Piero Piero quiet headphones which are intended to help children preserve their hearing. When a great idea we talked earlier about this a couple of weeks ago. Bow Pinkerton tech you're hearing and kids, especially yeah. Yeah. So these things are actually quite good. They have some isolation. They're on ear headphones not wrap around your ear, but sit on your ear headphones, but they do provide some isolation. They have active noise cancelling, which is more important. And they also limit the output or there's. Are said to limit the output of to no more than eighty five db or eighty five decibels, which many organizations claim is the maximum that you want to be exposed to over an eight hour period. Now, I myself think that that eighty five is still too high. But that's just my opinion in any event these things work amazingly. Well, actually did some measurements. If you scroll down that article, you'll find actually some measurements. I took with the active noise cancelling on and off. And one thing I found about these headphones which was so interesting is that the sound quality actually improved that interesting with the active noise. Cancelling on that's important because I think people think louder means sounds better. Right. Exactly. It's it's very analogous to you you walk into a showroom to buy TV and the brighter ones dry your eyes. And you think oh, that's the one. That's the better one. Yeah. But it's not necessarily the same. It's very analogous, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. So I'm I'm having a good time. Finding some interesting products like those or. One. Again, give you a preview something. It hasn't been published yet. I'm doing I did a little bluetooth speaker from a company that I'm bet you've never heard of called Tron smart. No. And I thought I'd seen every bluetooth speaker in the world. This thing is tiny..

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"So and I think we put this on an arm. I mean, we got really fancy this is a TCL out of those new man, these are, so inexpensive. Oh, man. I know. Yeah. And so and the vessels are tiny. So it looks like you're, you know, bigger people are saying, but this is radio, I know, but I wanna see him. We do a video stream for people who are like to watch their radio. Indeed in the old days, you know, before TV people would sit and stare at the radio whenever listening to fibber McGee Bali, so those pictures. Yeah. People gathered around staring at the radio like like there's something to see there. Yeah. Right. What do you wanna talk about Scott? Oh, I want to tell you about something new. I'm doing okay. I have recently started contributing to a website called tech high tech hive a lot. Yeah. Good. Good. Good. It's a publication of ID g also publishes MacWorld and PC world. Yeah. Online and magazines. Although as we all know print print is going away, our friend Jason snow used to run that. Okay. There you go tech hives an awesome techs site. It is and so it turns out that the the main editor their tech hive is a guy I used to work with electronic musician many years ago, and so I hooked up with him. And I'm doing reviews of headphones and little portable bluetooth, and wifi speaker surfing. I'm becoming the gives wiz of little chunky audio products all junkie are they know? And that's the amazing thing. Us as you were looking there for those of you who are watching on the livestream. I've got one of my stories there at the top of the page about the Piero Piero quiet headphones which are intended to help children preserve their hearing. When a great idea we talked a little bit earlier about this couple of weeks ago about how fast. Your kids, especially. Yeah. So these things are actually quite good. They have some isolation there on ear headphones not wrap around your ear, but sit on your ear headphones, but they do provide some isolation. They have active noise cancelling, which is more important. And they also limit the output or there's they're said to limit the output of to no more than eighty five db or eighty five decibels, which many organizations claim is the maximum that you want to be exposed to over an eight hour period. Now, I myself think that eighty-five is still too high. But that's just my opinion in any event these things work amazingly. Well, actually did some measurements. If you scroll down that article, you'll find actually some measurements. I took with the active noise cancelling on and off. And one thing I found about these headphones, which are so interesting is that the sound quality actually improved. I wasn't that interesting with the active noise cancelling. Aw, that's important. Because I think people think louder means sounds better. Right. Exactly. It's it's very analogous to you you walk into a showroom to buy a TV and the brighter ones dry your eyes. And you think oh, that's the one. That's the better. What? Yeah. But it's not necessarily. That's the same as it. Very analogous, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. So I'm I'm having a good time. Finding some interesting products like those or one again give you a preview something that hasn't been published yet. I'm doing I did a little bluetooth speaker from a company that I bet you've never heard of called Tron smart. No. And I thought I'd seen every bluetooth speaker in the world. This thing is tiny. It's like eight inches long. It's a little just a little portable speaker from a company who I had never heard of before it's called the element force. And it sounds good. I thought you know, it's a big it's got to two inch drivers and to passive radiators. How could possibly sound very I was shocked shocked completely shot. Amazed at how good this thing. Sounds now the caveat is it's got three different equalization modes. You can you can push and get something called extra-base and something called three d stereo and something called standard and the three d stereo in standard, modes both sounded terrible. I would never recommend it. But the extra base preset. Which fortunately is the default when you powered on. That's what it comes up in. I I couldn't believe it. I couldn't believe it it rich full sound a stereo spread beyond the confines of this little box. Wow. Amazing. Nice really, sixty bucks. Wow. So this is this is actually encouraging that the that some of these because I love having a little portable speaker. I frankly travel. The B O play from BNO. Well, which is a really good. Yeah. It's just a small enough to put in the backpack or carry on when when we go to Hawaii, for instance, I'll take this with me because it's really nice to have something that you can put an on in in the in the hotel. Hello hotel room, and listen to my wife, and I like to listen to books together. It's great. We really like it. So yeah. This is good interesting hearing more about these. That's great. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So I've got about ten reviews up there. So far. Working working hard. So we're now going to change your title to home theater geek and contributor at tech dot look down so fast. Yes. I can. I can I also calibrated the TV while you were talking. I'm a multitasker Scott. I. It's not very good color. Calibration? We might have to get you and Robert Herron into the to do that officially happy to do that. Yeah. Read for me. It is to read I know after work on that. I didn't see the I wanted to turn the. Two minute job. That's pretty good. I I'm pre approved it considerably. Did. Got up and people can still Email you at Scott tech labs dot com, or I think that's the address is that right, Scott, twit dot TV. Okay. Do that. Instead. That's the podcast. Yeah. Shorter shorts. Scott. Send me send me your questions, and I will allow spend some of these segments answering them and.

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Apply. Am I going to want something different? If I'm in one of those environments than on an airplane where I'm going to take the my tomato, juice tastes so much. Well, that's an excellent question and the difference between I think a disaster movie. I think the bar might be similar to an airplane. If it's constantly loud noise. But in a movie in Dharma, you have variation in sound too. You're not bombarded with a constant level of high level noise. The difference with being on an airplane. If you have this constant basically eighty five decibels around you for continuous period of time. And that's what produces the perturbation in this cranial nerve called the court attempt. Any now if you were in a just a a really loud environment for a brief moment, the effect probably wouldn't have that kind of an impact on food because it would be so transit. The example is actually really a good one. And one of the other interesting things that happens and really loud bar environments, and one of the things that came out of this research. He's actually salty and sweet taste or. Depressed. Well this perception of mommy, and that's why tomato taste so greatest because tomatoes have a lot of glutamate, which is what produces you. Mommy, and that is elevated, but the other thing that tends to happen and really loud environments. Especially you know, musically. Loud environments. It's very distracting. It's like sensory overload. And where we're highly distracted. We don't really pay very much attention to what we're eating. It's like, you know, what happens when you're in front of the television set and all of a sudden that bullet popcorns gone, and you're like wondering. Through. I'm linda. Well, it's similar when we're in really loud environments. We often don't notice it's harder to kind of feel our body. It's harder to get the same experience with eating 'cause there's so much stimulation around us. And actually also interesting people who have a tendency to drink often misjudge how much they've had to drink when they're in really loud environments and can drink potentially more than they may have intended to. And it's because the noises distracting us in taking a something else apart from the Amami which will go back to. But it is it is that the reason that we're hearing so much in our mind is dealing with that that we're not paying attention to the other senses. Well, to a certain extent, we're not paying it's hard to concentrate on any of well, we can you know, sort of the real difference with respect to the loud noises one. There is changes that are happening to the court at Tiffany nerve, which is affecting salty. And sweet. So you may be eating more salty snacks, then you might have otherwise because you're not getting as much salty taste you wanna eat more. That may also encourage drinking because you know, the reason why bars have peanuts pretzels is. Because when you eat salt, you get thirsty so you can see more. But the other thing that seems to be the case is that it's harder for us to feel what's going on in our bodies. When we have all this thumping noise around us. So if you're getting a little tipsy, and there's all this really loud music around you. It's hard to feel that tipsy. When you're in this hugely, noisy environment. And so you might be drinking past a certain point of fifteen s than you might have otherwise done. Let's go back to the you mentioned the tomato juice. Mommy, which is a term that I wasn't familiar with till just a few years ago. It seemed to start coming up with certain restaurants are all our burger has this. Mommy for those who are familiar. What is what is, mommy? So mommy is a mouth sensation. I hesitate to call. It a taste. I personally don't consider it to be one of the basic tastes. Although there are a lot of people who do the reason I don't consider it a basic pace is because it's very confused with salt. It's you know, it's hard to distinguish the two. So that's the reason I don't include it, but it certainly a mouse and station, and it's produced by experiencing glutamate. So for instance, the most classical form of NAMI is monosodium glutamate or MSG. What's typically has its same from Asian restaurants back in the seventies, especially, but it's also president in real food. That has a lot of glutamate in it such as tomatoes and mushrooms and meet to obviously soy sauce cheese bread to the Mediterranean diet is very high in glutamate and berry. Mommy ish. So those are the kinds of foods you wanna take on an airplane or anytime, you're in a constantly loud environment because that kind of food is gonna. Taste amazing and things like grapefruit, which are sour and bitter. Loud noise doesn't affect it. So it's just as loud Justice sour and bitter getting less sweet as well. So it'll be not very good. Okay. So we have to we have to win. We're getting on a plane. Make sure we have look up what we're just for example, besides tomato juice, and you mentioned the Mediterranean diet. A couple of other foods that might be high and will, mommy. Well, anything like pizza because like I said cheese bread tomato mushrooms. All those things are are high and glutamate so or a sandwich that has those things so also fish and meats bacon, actually has a lot of, mommy. So you could have you know, bacon cheese sandwich. That would certainly be a good choice too. So a lot of things we already liked to eat. But you want to stay away from things like probably broccoli and. Because they're going to taste worse on an airplane. I don't know if that's possible. But I'll take your word for. Let's take a quick break. And then I want to go back to something you touched on to. And and you hear this a lot when people are trying to lose with us a smaller plate. So we'll talk about the visuals. And how the visual our sense of sight affects why we're eating and how reading Rachel hers is my guest her book is called y you eat what you eat. You can also check it. Rachel, Rachel hers dot com. That's where you can get all the information on her other books the scent of desire, and that's disgusting. More with Rachel in just a moment. We are talking about the science behind our relationship with.

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

08:43 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"You've ever rocked out in a loud concert and woke up the next day with muffled hearing, you've probably wondered did you just damage your ears. I wish we could say no, but the answer is actually pretty complex. But we do have some information that can help you protect your hearing the muffled hearing you get after a concert is called temporary threshold shift. You have tiny hairs in your inner ear that sense sound pressure waves, and you experience this shift. When those hairs get tired, I said temporary threshold shifts because it's well temporary. But there is a thing called permanent threshold shift and research into the difference between a temporary and permanent shift our ongoing. Scientists aren't sure whether one causes the other or if they have separate causes. But one thing is for sure very loud noise in a rock concert dance club or even your headphones can cause permanent hearing loss, according to the World Health Organization, nearly half of people ages twelve. Thirty five in middle and high income countries are exposed to unsafe levels of sound, and that's just from their phones. MP three players and other personal audio devices. Forget the rock concerts at dance clubs your playlist at home is why hearing damage teens and young adults is actually on the rise. That's why it's never a bad idea to use earplugs. When you know, you'll be in a super loud environment, and you can get musician. Great earplugs. If you wanna cut the volume without muffling, the sound quality another great way to stay safe is by following guidelines for how much noise is safe for workers from the occupational safety and health administration. They set a limit of eighty five decibels, which is a little louder than your average vacuum cleaner of around seventy five decibels decibels are units of sound pressure level and the louder the sound the higher the decibels you can measure decibels yourself with lots of different smartphone apps, but a dance club is about one hundred ten decibels. So maybe extra careful if you spend a lot of time what like getting down in the club. With the bubbly. We have no idea. What cool people do, you know, whatever. Cool people do.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"You've ever rocked out in a loud concert and woke up the next day with muffled hearing, you've probably wondered did you just damage your ears. I wish we could say no, but the answer is actually pretty complex. But we do have some information that can help you protect your hearing the muffled hearing you get after a concert is called temporary threshold shift. You have tiny hairs in your inner ear that sense sound pressure waves, and you experience this shift. When those hairs get tired, I said temporary threshold shifts because it's well temporary. But there is a thing called permanent threshold shift and research into the difference between a temporary and permanent shift our ongoing. Scientists aren't sure whether one causes the other or if they have separate causes. But one thing is for sure very loud noise in a rock concert dance club or even your headphones can cause permanent hearing loss, according to the World Health Organization, nearly half of people ages twelve. Thirty five in middle and high income countries are exposed to unsafe levels of sound, and that's just from their phones. MP three players and other personal audio devices. Forget the rock concerts at dance clubs your playlist at home is why hearing damage teens and young adults is actually on the rise. That's why it's never a bad idea to use earplugs. When you know, you'll be in a super loud environment, and you can get musician. Great earplugs. If you wanna cut the volume without muffling, the sound quality another great way to stay safe is by following guidelines for how much noise is safe for workers from the occupational safety and health administration. They set a limit of eighty five decibels, which is a little louder than your average vacuum cleaner of around seventy five decibels decibels are units of sound pressure level and the louder the sound the higher the decibels you can measure decibels yourself with lots of different smartphone apps, but a dance club is about one hundred ten decibels. So maybe extra careful if you spend a lot of time what like getting down in the club. With the bubbly. We have no idea. What cool people do, you know, whatever. Cool people do.

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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Store. But it's not just the music the problems go much deeper to the styles and trends that underlie modern restaurant, design, and other reason why restaurants are so loud. As far as the design perspective goes is because you know, for example, things like communal turnovers bars that are in the restaurant that are not separated in any way from the restaurant. Having the two together isn't just trendy it reduces the need for table service. Then you need fewer staff helping restaurants to cut back costs. But even the look of your restaurant can have a big affect on the way. It sounds the biggest culprit is minimalism minimalism just in the broadest sense is facing very sparse furnishings, nothing plush or fluffy or anything like that nothing traditional. It's very modern. And so you get things like slate floors would walls Danish designer chairs rustic aided light fixtures. There's industrial minimalism which is like Edison bulbs and like reclaimed wood and all this other stuff. But then there's also minimalism that's like super designing everything is, you know, medal steel glass, all these hard surfaces and materials curtains, and carpets and low ceilings or acoustic ceilings in any way are very much not minimalist, and they are considered kind of a drag or they're considered to plush. And so what you end up with is you have these tall ceilings, and you have none. Nothing to absorb sound. And you have these hard materials on all of your surfaces. No tablecloths nothing. You'll see it. If you go into any trendy bar anywhere in the country. It's the very essence of coolness right now. But minimalism comes with an added bonus. If you're trying to run a restaurant. No, soft surfaces means much less effort to keep everything clean. But soft surfaces do more than soak up spills. They also soak up sound not even a tablecloth to absorb sound. The only thing is being sound in a restaurant is other people, and they're making sounds so it's kind of canceled each other out. And so what you get is just a big box that just to sound around a room in order to absorb sound. You need a material on a wall or ceiling or floor that is absorbed. And when you have none of those things the sound just keeps bouncing off instead of being absorbed or transmitted through wall or something like that. So what you get is you get a room that is unintelligible, and you get one that's loud because the more people talk the more new sound energy comes into the room. And so it'd been bats bouncing off the walls combined with the sound energy. That's already bouncing off the walls until you just get a big soupy mess of sound. I don't know about you. But that much loud noise is just exhausted. And that soupy mass can get really really loud even in supposedly relaxing coffee shops, including the one Cate likes to work in the volume levels can get surprisingly high. It was kind of a downtime at the restaurant. Even then the ambient sound level was in the seventy decibel range and to give an example of what else is in that range that's freeway noise. And that's a sewing machine an vacuum cleaner. So it's not exactly quiet. But when we get into other restaurants, the wine bar was in that was in the eighty decibel range, then you start to get into levels that can start to be damaging to hearing over time. So for example, eighty five decibels over eight hours permanently damage is you're hearing the restaurants that were the loudest that I measured were at the ninety decibel range. The noise levels are posing a real. Health risk. It would seem that Cates. Worries about hearing loss during dinner are justified. Plus, there's clear research showing that this much noise in a restaurant is unhealthy like those studies that link excessive restaurant noise to excessive alcohol consumption because we drink when we're stressed, but there's also a series of restaurants. Studies done at Oxford that showed that stressful restaurant conditions, including noise drive, people to make healthier choices. These are all things that benefit restaurant tears like they have lower overhead. They have less maintenance, and they have higher turnover and more alcohol sales, but at the expense of everyone who dines there. So I was like kind of peeved by that through or unconscious derive to follow fashion. We go to these trendy places they've got cocktail bars and shiny metal tables. The very essence of cool, but electing to spend our time in these places is actively harming us. But perhaps it's not all bad news taking a step back. We can figure out how we got here. 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"eighty five decibels" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five decibels" Discussed on WGN Radio

"May. The best. Seven twenty WGN. Next hour. We'll talk to the creators the filmmakers whose new documentary if your hair is going to be playing at the gene siskel film center. Arial is here producing today. He said, listen, I've already gotten a couple calls people are asking. Where's cody? Did he leave? No, Cody, Cody was out of town for business. He's flying back today. He will be back next week. But listen has handpicked trust me areolas here because he's supposed to be here. And I'm happy to have have you ever been eating? And you thought I don't know why meeting this. I don't I didn't really want to eat it. But something just made me there's a whole science behind. Why we eat what we eat? I didn't know anything about it. But now after reading why you eat what you eat by Rachel hers. I am starting to grasp it just a wee bit, thankfully, Rachel is here. She knows a whole lot more about it than I do. Rachel hers is a neuroscientist. She specializes in perception and emotion, and she is the author as I said of why you eat what you eat Rachel. Good to talk to you. Thanks for being here. I'm excited about this. Because I found the book fascinating. Well, thank you very much, Bryan. I'm very happy to be on. So what is for what is neuro neuro gastronomy before? Because that's basically what the book is based on correct? Exactly. So the idea of behind euro gastronomy is bringing together the discipline of psychology, neuroscience, nutrition, social behavior, even understanding what goes on behind the agriculture scenes, and the media and marketing scenes of food and bring that all together to understand our relationship with food because it's a very complex and a lot of different fields are involved. Now, you had done a lot of work you had specialized incent and actually a one of your books the scent of desire. What made you move from that? And I'm guessing they're all interconnected. But what made you move from that specialty to to write this book? Well, first of all our sense of smell is very much involved in our experience of eating for instance. Also, my second book is called that's disgusting. And even though it took out the emotion of disgust, the emotion of disgust is actually a taste based emotion. So if you want to smell and taste is being my previous work, and our experience of flavor it all due to our nose. So for instance, if not the saltiness of the bacon that we crave it's the aroma. Plus that saltiness that's so amazing. And so given my background in the two centers. I think that are most involved in our experience of eating as well as my background and emotion and motivated behavior and my love of food myself. I figured this was the way to go. Well, we're going to delve into the to the sense of smell later because one of the chapters deals with a gentleman who lost his sense of smell. And I've I've never had a sense of smell. So that chapter hit close to home. So we're going to delve into that a little bit more. But just in general. How does how do our senses are? Minded and everything else impact our experience with because a lot of us. You know, we just eat. We don't think about eating our experience with food that seems like a big a big thought for people who just are grabbing something on the go and they're just eating because they're hungry. Well, there's a whole lot. In fact, that's what my whole book is about. So I don't want to run. I just give you a couple of tidbits. I mean, for example, I already mentioned how the smell and taste produce flavor. Well, it's also the case that are hearing is involved in our sense of our experience a food, for example, when we're in really loud environments. It turns out that are the nerve that's involved in proceeding taste gets disturbed such that it changes our ability to taste certain things. And actually, it creates a change such that things like tomato juice tastes a lot better. And this is why people tend to order tomato juice on airplanes. Because in fact, being on an airplane is a really loud environment. Right. That's just one example. Another example is visual. So for instance, the color of the plate the size of the plate the dimensions of the plate, those sorts of things. Go into our experience of food and how much we eat at how fast we eat. How much we see food obviously has an impact on on that for instance, looking at gorgeous. Pitchers of food. You know, aka food porn. That's certainly drives us to eat. And then there's a myriad of psychological factors from our own emotional state to our social environment to the labels that were exposed to with respect to food. All of those influencing not only our perception of what we're eating or how much or how fast we eat. But even our metabolism, which is really very fascinating. Let's drill down on that a little bit and go back to what you were talking about because I had written. I had that question about the tomato juice on the plane. So does that with the hearing is that going to be if we're at a sporting event that's very louder? If if we're at a movie, that's one of these disaster movies that that's very loud. Is that does the same principle apply? Am I going to want something different? If I'm in one of those environments than on an airplane where I'm going to take the my tomato, juice tastes so much better. Well, that's an excellent question and the difference between I think a disaster movie. I think the bar it might be similar to an airplane. If it's a constantly. Loud noise. But in a movie in Dharma, you have variation in sound too. You're not bombarded with him constant level of high level noise. The difference with being on an airplane as you have this constant basically eighty five decibels around you for a continuous period of time. And that's what produces the perturbation in this cranial nerve public company. Now, if you were an adjuster, a really loud environment for a brief moment, the effect probably wouldn't have that kind of an impact on food because it would be so transit borrow example is actually really a good one. And one of the other interesting things that happens and really loud bar environment. And one of the things that came out of this research is actually salty and sweet tastes are depressed while this perception of money, and that's why tomato juice tastes, so greatest because tomatoes have a lot of glutamate, which is what produces your mommy, and that is elevated, but the other thing that tends to happen and really loud environments. Especially you know, musically. Loud environments is it's very distracting like sensory overload. And we're highly distracted. We don't really pay much attention to what we're eating. It's like, you know, what happens when you're in front of the television set and all of a sudden popcorns gone, and you're like wondering. Well, it's similar when we're in really loud environments. We often don't notice it's harder to kind of feel our body. It's harder to get the same experience with eating because there's so much stimulation around us and actually also interesting people who have a tendency to drink. Often misjudge how much they've had to drink when they're in really loud environments and can drink potentially more than they may have intended to. And it's because the noises distracting us and taking up something else apart from the mommy, which will go back to. But it is it is that the reason that we're hearing so much in our mind is dealing with that that we're not paying attention to the other senses. Well, to a certain extent, we're not paying it's hard to concentrate on any well, we can you know, sort of knock the real difference with respect to the loud noises one. There is changes that are happening to the court attempting, which is affecting salty. And sweet. So you may be eating more salty snacks, then you might have otherwise because you're not getting as much salty taste. So you want to eat more. That may also encourage drinking because you know, the reason why bars have peanuts pretzels is. Because when you eat salt, you get thirsty so you can see more. But the other thing that seems to be the case is that it's harder for us to feel what's going on in our bodies. When we have all this something noise around us. So if you're getting a little tipsy, and there's all this really loud music around. You heard feel that tipsy nece when you're in the hugely noisy environment. And so you might be drinking past a certain point of tina's spend, you might have otherwise done. Let's go back to the you mentioned the tomato juice. Mommy, which is a term that I wasn't familiar with till? Just a few years ago. It seemed to start coming up with certain restaurants are going all our burger has this. Mommy for those who aren't familiar? What is what is, mommy? Mommy is a mouth sensation. I hesitate to call. It a taste. I personally don't consider it to be one of the basic tastes. Although there are a lot of people who do the reason I don't consider it a basic paved is because it's very confused with salt. It's hard to distinguish the two. So that's the reason I don't include it, but it certainly a mouth sensation. And it's produced by experiencing glutamate. So for instance, the most classical form of you. Mommy is monosodium glutamate or MSG. What's typically, you know, has its fame from Asian restaurants back in the seventies, especially, but it's also president in real food. That has a lot of glutamate in it such as tomatoes and mushrooms and meet to obviously soy sauce cheese bread to the Mediterranean diet is very high in glutamate and berry Omani ish. So those are the kinds of foods you wanna take on an airplane or anytime, you're in a constantly loud environment because that kind of food is going. Taste amazing and things like grapefruit, which are sour and bitter. Loud noise doesn't affect it. So it's just as loud Justice, sour and bitter. You're getting less sweet as well. So it'll be not very good. Okay. So we have to we have to win. We're getting on a plane. Make sure we have look up. What's just for example, besides tomato juice, and you mentioned the Mediterranean diet. A couple of other foods that might be high in who. Mommy. Well, anything like pizza because like I said cheese bread tomato mushrooms. All those things are are high in glutamate. So or a sandwich that has those things so also fish and meat bacon. Actually has a lot of Emami. So you could have you know, bacon cheese sandwich. That would certainly be a good choice too. So a lot of things we already like to eat. But you want to stay away from things like probably broccoli and. Because they're to taste worse on an airplane. I don't know if that's possible. But I'll take your words word. Let's take a quick break. And then I want to go back to something you touched on to. And and you hear this a lot when people are trying to lose weight. Oh, use a smaller plate. So we'll talk about the visuals. And how the visual our sense of sight affects why we're eating and how reading Rachel hers is my guest her book is called. Why you eat what.

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BrainStuff Classics: Is There A Noise Loud Enough To Kill You?

BrainStuff

05:58 min | 3 years ago

BrainStuff Classics: Is There A Noise Loud Enough To Kill You?

"Hey listeners in lieu of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about a new podcast art of the hustle that breaks down how the world's most fascinating and successful. People got to where they are. It's hosted by Jeff Rosenthal, one of the brains behind summit the world's preeminent festival. Celebrating ideas every show. He grills one guest on how they hustled their way to the top people like Tim Ferriss who believes that being an introvert like he is can make you a savvy entrepreneur tune into art of the hustle a brand new show from iheartradio. And we work new episodes drop every Wednesday, so listening subscribe at apple podcasts on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Rain stuff. I'm Lauren Vogel bomb. And today's episode is another classic from our former host Christian Sager. Our question of the day is a little morbid and hopefully, not pressing to anyone listening. But interesting, nonetheless, if a noise was loud enough, could it straight up kill you. Hey, I'm Christian Sager. And this is brain stuff. If you're standing next to a jet during takeoff, your eardrums will probably burst. Same thing happens when you fire a twelve gauge shotgun right next to your ear were exposed to exceptionally loud. Noises. Something called the stereo Silia in our ears gets damaged. This causes our ears to mistakenly send signals to our auditory nerve cells, the resulting ghostly reverberations are what we call ringing ear many of you have probably experienced this possibly from going to a really loud concert, the technical term for it is tonight us, and it's usually temporary unless you repeatedly damage your ears with loud noises, then it develops into chronic tonight. Tonight's where you hear that dull ringing for the rest of your life. And that's nothing compared to what really loud noise can do to. You knows hates you and noise. Can kill you see sound travels in waves the enter our ear canals these waves make our eardrums vibrate in if they're too strong. They can snap the hair cells inside. And if these hair cells die they can never grow back to avoid this. We use units called decibels to measure the power of sound anything below eighty five decibels is thought to be safe at one hundred and fifty decibels your eardrums burst like the jet or the shotgun. And at two hundred decibels your lungs will rupture and likely kill you. That's right. The threshold for death by sound is somewhere between a hundred and eighty five and two hundred decibels. What happens is the sound causes an air embolism within your lungs that can travel to your heart and kill you dead. That is if your lungs don't burst. I from the increased air pressure caused by acoustic energy, this has happened during wars when high energy impulse noise from explosions causes. Is something called blast over pressure. It leaves no external injuries, but damages organs like your ears lungs and gastrointestinal tract. Now acoustic weapons are actually being developed. But usually they're for nonlethal purposes. There's been talk of acoustic bullets to burst eardrums incapacitate a target or even kill them. Others claim that an infra sound generator could also be lethal, but there's been little practical evidence of such weapons so far the closest we've seen is a long range acoustic hailing device developed by the Elrod corporation, which can cause hearing damage from up to fifty feet or fifteen point two four meters away, some shipping companies have started using these devices as seaborn defence against pirates. There is one device. However that could most definitely kill you with sound. It's not a weapon, but the European Space Agency has developed a huge. Air horn that they use to test satellites and spacecraft using nitrogen gas to produce sounds up to one hundred and fifty four decibels they blast objects to make sure they can withstand the noise of a rocket launching the ESA themselves are so concerned about how lethal this horn is they've surrounded it with half meter thick walls made of steel reinforced concrete coated with an poxy resin to reflect noise back into its chamber, but Christian you're asking didn't you just say that the threshold for death is between one hundred and eighty five and two hundred decibels. It's true. I did. But the ESA believed that prolonged exposure to the one hundred fifty four decibel horn will kill you as well. Probably rupturing, your eardrums vibrating your eyeballs, and destroying you from the inside out if you're not dead, you'll probably wish you were. Episode was written by Christian and produced by Tyler clang, if you miss Mr. severe checkout, his pop culture podcast super context available wherever you get your podcasts. And of course for more on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet s to work dot com. In two thousand four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer is still on the loose. It's just really surreal walking around. So much here too is out there and yell deep rant, dude. I'm Katherine towns. And this is Helen gone binge all of season one now at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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