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Resource Documents by Cochlear Fluids Research Laboratory, Washington University in St. Louis

Cochlear Fluids Research Laboratory, Washington University in St. Louis
Responses of the Ear to Infrasound and Wind Turbines
The Bottom Line The commonly held belief that low frequency sounds you cannot hear cannot affect the inner ear is incorrect. Our paper reviews well-established publications by the leading scientists in the field of auditory physiology and concludes that the outer hair cells of the cochlea are stimulated by very low frequency sounds at up to 40 dB below the level that is heard. Introduction Wind turbines are becoming increasingly important to our society, providing a “green” form of energy . . . Complete article »

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