Transport for Humans: Are We Nearly There Yet? (Perspectives)
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The greatest fallacy is that travel time is wasted time, so the only option is to speed it up or cut it out. Answer: The Haemoglobin in the blood combines with the oxygen in the lungs to form oxyhaemoglobin. The oxyhaemoglobin is then transferred to the different parts of the body. So, the correct answer is ‘haemoglobin’. When we move things, rather than people, around efficiently, no feelings need to be taken into account. Planning can be mathematically optimized without any consideration of psychology.
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Although humans are able to walk without infrastructure, the transport can be enhanced through the use of roads, especially when using the human power with vehicles, such as bicycles and inline skates. Human-powered vehicles have also been developed for difficult environments, such as snow and water, by watercraft rowing and skiing; even the air can be entered with human-powered aircraft.Cars are parked for an average of 98% of their lives, but require a disproportionate amount of household costs. Behaviour change needs to happen across different sectors. It is often misinterpreted that individual behaviour change simply includes travelling less when in reality it is a mix of different behaviours. For example, working from home might also lead you to look again at improving home insulation to reduce bills and improve comfort. Then being at home more might also mean you buy more groceries, so choices on sustainable diets and home recycling become even more significant. It might mean families need to own just one car and swap their second vehicle for a small electric car or sell it entirely.
Rory Sutherland and Pete Dyson on transport for humans - BBC
More specifically, behavioural sciences are the application of psychological research, scientific method, and creative idea generation to resolve everyday problems. Especially problems that have evaded technological innovation (such as apps) as well as traditional economics. Road Infrastructure Strategic Framework for South Africa". National Department of Transport (South Africa). Archived from the original on 27 September 2007 . Retrieved 24 March 2007.The human heart is a muscular organ, which has four chambers. The two upper chambers called the right atrium and the left atrium, and the two lower chambers called the right ventricle and left ventricle. The right atrium and the right ventricle together may be called the right heart. The left atrium with the left ventricle together can be called as the left heart. All the chambers of the heart are separated by muscular walls called septum. This system ensures that the deoxygenated blood (blood carrying carbon dioxide) from the right side of the heart goes to the lungs, where gaseous exchange occurs. Blood gets filled with oxygen from the lungs and carbon dioxide is given out to the lungs(from where it leaves the body). The oxygenated blood then travels from the left side of the heart to all other parts of the body.