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‘Wind Turbine Syndrome’ Blamed for Mysterious Symptoms in Cape Cod Town

Susan Donaldson James — ABC News — October 21, 2013 Sue Hobart, a bridal florist from Massachusetts, couldn’t understand why she suddenly developed headaches, ringing in her ears, insomnia and dizziness to the point of falling “flat on my face” in the driveway. “I thought I was just getting older and tired,” said the 57-year-old […]

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“Proximity to neighbour’s wind installations means we can never build a home on our property”

Hans Janzen — Toronto Sun — November 17, 2012 How does one man’s dream of becoming known as the “Green Premier” become a nightmare for much of rural Ontario? It’s called the Green Energy Act. It takes away the rights of individual landowners and municipalities to protect themselves from the placement of industrial wind turbines […]

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Ontario playwright to tackle wind power debate — looking for local input

Daniel R. Pearce — Simcoe Reformer — November 1, 2012 One of the hottest, most controversial, most divisive issues to hit rural Ontario in many years — wind turbines — will get its own play. It’s a couple of years away from hitting the boards and for now is in the development stage. But accomplished […]

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The Other Victims of McGuinty’s Green Energy $$$ Vaccuum

From Crux of the Matter McGuinty government refuses OHIP for blind 2-yr-old Liam Reid US treatment Of course, officials at the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) say they can’t talk about an individual case due to privacy laws. Well, fortunately I have no such limitations, given the family has already spoken to reporter Caroline Alphonso at the […]

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The Saga of the Falmouth Wind One Turbine….Cape Cod

(Editor’s note:  Neil Andersen lives 1,320 feet (402 meters) from Wind One.  The turbine is 262 feet tall from the ground to the hub.  Total height to blade tip is just under 400 feet.  Interestingly, Neil is the owner of a solar energy company and an avid supporter of green energy.) “You Can’t Be Forcing […]

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Shadow flicker of wind farm proves to be intrusive

Journal Star — Nick Vlahos — February 18, 2012 Bill Preller remembers the disco era of the 1970s. But it appears he’d rather don a lime-green leisure suit than deal with the occasional nightclub-like effect wind turbines have had on his residence. “It’s a strobe light. It’s on and off in the middle of the […]

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