Mind Pollution Essays About Education

The mental environment refers to the sum of all societal influences upon mental health.

The term is often used in a context critical of the mental environment in industrialized societies. It is argued that just as industrial societies produce physical toxins and pollutants which harm humans physical health, they also produce psychological toxins (e.g. television, excessive noise, violent marketing tactics, Internet addiction, social media) that cause psychological damage.[1][2]

This poor mental environment may help explain why rates of mental illness are reportedly higher in industrial societies which might also have its roots in poor educational environment and mechanical routinised life present. Magico-religious beliefs are an important contribution of such communal settings. Delusions such as these rooted from childhood are often hard to completely regulate from a person's life.[3]

The idea has its roots in evolutionary psychology, as the deleterious consequences of a poor mental environment can be explained by the mismatch between the mental environment humans evolved to exist within and the one they exist within today.

"We live in both a mental and physical environment. We can influence the mental environment around us, but to a far greater extent we are influenced by the mental environment. The mental environment contains forces that affect our thinking and emotions and that can dominate our personal minds." - Marshall Vian Summers



by Emese Márk 05/15/2012


by Emese Márk

1. Water pollution

1.1. Water pollution is any chemical, physical or biological change in the quality of water that has a harmful effect on any living thing that drinks or uses it or lives in it.

2. What is the pollution?

2.1. Pollution is the introduction of a contaminant into the environment.

2.1.1. Project specifications

2.1.2. End User requirements

2.1.3. Action points sign-off

3. What can we do now?

3.1. -recycling -public transform(cycling, walking, metro,) -selective waste collection -Do not waste the water! -Do not litter!

4. Soil pollution

4.1. The soil pollution is defined as the presence of materials in the soil which are harmful to the living beings when they cross their threshold concentration levels. In this case the factors or substances which affect the soil are not static.

5. Transport

5.1. The old transport was better, because it was less polluting.

5.2. In the old days the people travelled by horse and on foot

6. Environmental pollution and its effects

6.1. Many animals are dying because of pollution.

6.2. Environmental pollution consists of five basic types of pollution, namely, air, water, soil, noise and light.

7. Air pollution

7.1. Air pollution includes all contaminants found in the atmosphere.

7.2. These dangerous substances can be either in the form of gases or particles.

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