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Global warming SHOCK: Earth’s natural coolant could be TWICE as powerful as first thought

A NATURAL cooling process which reverses the effects of global warming could be nearly TWICE as powerful as scientists previously believed. Rob Virtue — The Express (UK) — October 2, 2015 Research has identified a natural system where volatile organic compounds (VOC) are emitted into the air from the sea. These VOCs cause the climate […]

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From Illinois — Dr. Paul Schomer Presentation “Effects of Wind Turbine Acoustic Emissions” Available on Request

Please read the following letter advising how to get a copy of Dr. Schomer’s power point presentation.  Do NOT contact Quixotes.  Follow the directions below and if you have difficulty, please leave a comment.  Thanks — DQ ****************************************************************** This past Tuesday evening, June 23rd, renowned noise expert, Dr. Paul Schomer presented a power point entitled […]

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The effect of wind turbine noise on sleep and quality of life: A systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies

From Science Direct — Environment International — Volume 82 – September 2015 Igho J. Onakpoyaa and Carl J. Heneghana — University of Oxford, Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, New Radcliffe House, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford OX2 6GG, United Kingdom Jack O’Sullivan –Department of Health Sciences and Medicine, Bond University, Gold Coast, […]

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Wind Industry Seems To Know There’s a Problem Without Actually Acknowledging It

U.S. and Chilean researchers join to study wind turbine vibration, dampen unwanted noise. Virginia Tech — March 30, 2015 Newswise — Wind turbines provide clean, abundant energy and bolster America’s power grid. But across the world people are banding together to fight wind farms, blaming noise for interrupted sleep and a host of health problems. […]

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Ontario: Ill Wind Blows From Wind Turbines

Lawrence Solomon — Financial Post — November 25, 2014 The wind industry is dangerous to human health, posing risks to everything from dizziness and nausea to chronic stress and heart conditions A Canadian court will soon decide if wind turbines violate Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms by posing a risk to human health. Charter […]

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British Medical Practitioner in the Energy Field for Over 32 Years says Turbines do Affect Health

Letter to the Editor – Blackmore Vale Magazine — April 6, 2014 I strongly contest Dr Erik Blakeley‘s comments in your recent article calling wind turbine noise as a placebo effect. As a medical practitioner in the energy field of over 32 years I disagree. I have amassed over the last few years negative health […]

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Updated list of things caused by global warming

** Note that in every single fearmongering example below, it always says, “might”, “could”, “maybe”, “would”, “some day”, etc.   The original list was obtained from this site, but I’m going to keep adding to it, as every day, I get another Google alert about the next thing that’s going to be catastrophically affected.  My […]

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Good letter to the Editor about the effects of wind turbines

Randy Sheaffer — Lewiston Sentinel — February 20, 2014 To the editor: This is in response to the letter to the editor from Dennis Stout, the E.ON spokesman who recently spoke at a public meeting concerning the proposed Big Valley wind farm projects. Mr. Stout refuted the existence of wind turbine syndrome, the name given […]

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David Suzuki: Health effects from wind power unfounded

David Suzuki — Straight.com — April 16, 2013 OPPOSITION TO WINDMILLS often centres on health effects, but what is it about wind power that causes people to feel ill? According to recent research, it may not be the infrasound from wind-energy installations but, oddly enough, the warnings from opponents. For a study published in the American Psychological Association’sHealth […]

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VCAT Commissioners confirm evidence of damage to sleep and health from wind turbines

Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
Press release from The Waubra Foundation Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal Commissioners, Mr M Wright QC and Mr A Liston have made the following remarks in orders given on 4th April, 2013.¹ Paragraphs 116-118 of their orders state the following: There is evidence before the Tribunal that a number of…

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Life Beside an Australian Wind Factory

Tip of the hat to Stop These Things

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Ireland — The Keane Story — March 2013

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Ireland — Families sue wind farm operator for loss of sleep and adverse health effects

Michael Clifford — The Irish Examiner — March 19, 2013 A group of families in a north Cork village are suing a wind farm operator in a landmark case, claiming the huge turbines are adversely affecting their health. The seven families from Banteer claim they have been severely impacted, particularly through noise pollution, since the […]

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The Effect of Wind Turbines on Bird Migration

Animal Behaviour — Winter 2013 During migrations, animals have the potential to come across man-made structures, and these structures may cause the animals to alter their normal migration behaviour by causing the animals to alter their path and potentially increase the distance travelled. Wind turbines are massive man-made structures and are a great source of […]

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Norway — MoE ignores wind neighbours’ complaints of health issues and poor sleep

Tip of the Hat to the National Association Against Wind Turbines Hans E.h. Jacobsen — Aftenbladet — February 21, 2013 A number of residents nearest to the wind farm on Høg-Jæren are struggling with poor sleep, headaches, and other complaints. They believe the cause is the constant swishing sound and turbine roar from the wind […]

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