More then 5 thousand a year die from light pollution.
Light pollution and air pollution effect astronomy by making it more difficult to view the stars. If you notice, when you get out of the cities where there is less air and light pollution, you are better able to view the stars.
heat pollution is caused by lots of things for example light bulbs !! They produce more heat pollution than light, also cars, factories, farms, etc.
The more you know, the more you will understand.
National Pollution Prevention Day is observed on 2 nd December, 2004 .
Yes, that is the definition of "educated" - having more information and studying.
one can find information about diffraction definition on dictionaries or online dictionaries which can be found using things like duckduckgo. It is very simple to find more information.
Astronomical light pollution started as street and road lighting became widespread from the early 20th century. It was bad enough by the 1980's for the dark sky movement to gather momentum. Local light pollution, for instance from obtrusive security lights, is a more recent problem, perhaps from about the 1970's.
There are not more stars, it is simply that more can be seen. And that is because rural places suffer from light pollution.
light, sound, air, water, and one more i cant remember, so sorry
No. By definition, "ultraviolet" is that which is beyond the visible light - more specifically, beyond the violet part of visible light.
a dictionary gives the definition