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High frequency barrier

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There are wildlife protection groups already looking into the unintended consequences of noise polution from passive sources negatively affects wildlife.  This is the sort of thing I would expect (and hope) they would weigh in on heavily.   If for no other reason than it sounds like the sort of thing that every bad sci-fi movie starts out with....    queue the psychotic schools of maneating saltwater piranha!

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Another thing to consider is right whales. Sound travels well through water, and whales have excellent audio capabilities.  

I'll bet there will concern among the whale biologists that this barrier may impact whale feeding and migration patterns.

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On 5/30/2019 at 5:29 PM, bob_G said:

Another thing to consider is right whales. Sound travels well through water, and whales have excellent audio capabilities.  

I'll bet there will concern among the whale biologists that this barrier may impact whale feeding and migration patterns.

No doubt about this one at all. 

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