Problems We have conclusively shown in previous pieces that it would have been impossible for the Temple of Solomon to have been built on the "Haram Al-Sharif". However, that does not imply that our location above the Gihon Spring is problem free. To be intellectually honest therefore requires that we point out those problems. It is something that the proponents of the "Haram" theory should have done years ago.
Environmental impact of the coal industry Size, shape and solubility matter[ edit ] The size of the particle is a main determinant of where in the respiratory tract the particle will come to rest when inhaled.
Larger particles Problems of suggestions for small generally filtered in the nose and throat via cilia and mucus, but particulate matter smaller than about 10 micrometers, can settle in the bronchi and lungs and cause health problems.
The micrometer size does not represent a strict boundary between respirable and non-respirable particles, but has been agreed upon for monitoring of airborne particulate matter by most regulatory agencies.
Because of their small size, particles on the order of 10 micrometers or less PM10 can penetrate the deepest part of the lungs such as the bronchioles or alveoli. Penetration of particles is not wholly dependent on their size; shape and chemical composition also play a part. To avoid this complication, simple nomenclature is used to indicate the different degrees of relative penetration of a PM particle into the cardiovascular system.
Inhalable particles penetrate no further than the bronchi as they are filtered out by the cilia. Thoracic particles can penetrate right into terminal bronchioles whereas PM0. In analogy, the inhalable dust fraction is the fraction of dust entering nose and mouth which may be deposited anywhere in the respiratory tract.
The thoracic fraction is the fraction that enters the thorax and is deposited within the lung's airways. The respirable fraction is what is deposited in the gas exchange regions alveoli. Particles emitted from modern diesel engines commonly referred to as Diesel Particulate Matteror DPM are typically in the size range of nanometers 0.
These soot particles also carry carcinogens like benzopyrenes adsorbed on their surface. Legislative limits for engine emissions based on mass are therefore not protective.
Proposals for new regulations exist in some countries,[ which? Absorption is also dependent upon air flow rates and the partial pressure of the gases in the inspired air. The fate of a specific contaminant is dependent upon the form in which it exists aerosol or particulate.
Inhalation also depends upon the breathing rate of the subject. Geometrically angular shapes have more surface area than rounder shapes, which in turn affects the binding capacity of the particle to other, possibly more dangerous substances. Health problems[ edit ] Air quality information on PM10 displayed in KatowicePoland The effects of inhaling particulate matter that has been widely studied in humans and animals include asthmalung cancer, respiratory diseases, cardiovascular disease, premature deliverybirth defects, low birth weightand premature death.
Increased levels of fine particles in the air as a result of anthropogenic particulate air pollution "is consistently and independently related to the most serious effects, including lung cancer  and other cardiopulmonary mortality.
An increase in estimated annual exposure to PM 2. Particulate matter studies in Bangkok Thailand from indicated a 1. Levels averaged 65 in68 inand 52 in Decreasing levels may be attributed to conversions of diesel to natural gas combustion as well as improved regulations.
Bronchial asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and interstitial pneumonia were the most common ailments treated by area hospitals.
Levels of premature death, chronic bronchitis, and cardiovascular disease are increasing at a rapid rate.
The study was based on six different cities. They found that deaths and hospital visits that were caused by particulate matter in the air were primarily due fine particulate matter.
Regulation[ edit ] Due to the highly toxic health effects of particulate matter, most governments have created regulations both for the emissions allowed from certain types of pollution sources motor vehicles, industrial emissions etc. Particulates are the deadliest form of air pollution due to their ability to penetrate deep into the lungs and blood streams unfiltered, causing permanent DNA mutationsheart attacks and premature death.Measures to remove difficulties faced by Small-Scale Industries in India!
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