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Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences: Industrial Wind Turbines Live the Life of a Parasite

Greens’ silence on the folly of wind and solar power Iam Pilmer — News Weekly — October 23, 2014 A simple evaluation of ideological electricity shows that it is unsustainable. The answer is certainly not blowing in the wind. The amount of energy embedded in steel pylons, concrete footings, blades, wiring, magnets, land clearing and roads […]

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Inconvenient Study on Hearing Loss Draws Fire from the Wind / Climate Coalition

Mark Duchamp — Canada Free Press — October 6, 2014 On October 1st and 2nd, two leading UK newspapers wrote about a new study from the University of Munich which found a way of measuring the effects of low-frequency sound (LFS) on the inner ear (1). This is an important discovery in that it could […]

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Europes Insane Dash for Green Energy is Leading to Industrial Massacre

Brussels fears European ‘industrial massacre’ sparked by energy costs Europe’s industry is being ravaged by exorbitant energy costs and an over-valued euro, blighting efforts to reverse years of global manufacturing decline. Ambrose Evans-Pritchard — The Telegraph — Sept 8, 2014 “We face a systemic industrial massacre,” said Antonio Tajani, the European industry commissioner. Mr Tajani […]

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Denmark: High court rules on compensation for noise from wind turbines

Environment & Climate Change – Denmark High Court rules on compensation for noise from wind turbines September 01 2014 Background Depending on their location, wind turbines can cause noise, visual interference and light reflections. These issues are governed by public and private law, including neighbour law. The main rules regarding noise from wind turbines can […]

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Portugal Supreme Court Win says take them down, click to donate for translation…

Portugal Supreme Court Win Fundraiser We are raising funds to pay the $4,000 cost to have the Portugal Supreme Court decision professionally translated so it is Ontario court certified for use by our groups at ERT’s and in court. Click here to read about the Fundraiser and to donate to help our fight.  

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Wind turbine dispute leads to call for medical officer of health to resign

Contentious Cavan Monaghan Council meeting Tuesday (Jan. 14) features medical officer of health present her report that no proof that wind turbines have an impact on people’s health Lance Anderson — My Kawartha.com — January 14, 2014 CAVAN MONAGHAN TOWNSHIP — Dr. Rosana Pellizzari says there is no reason for her to resign despite a […]

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Environmental News Network: Should Wind Industry Get a Free Pass on Bird Deaths?

Paul Batistelli — Environmental News Network — October 15, 2013 Energy generation has never been without controversy, and green energy is proving to be no different. The environmental arguments against coal, natural gas, oil and nuclear power are well rehearsed. More recently, the wind power industry has been unable to silence critics of wind turbines’ […]

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Ontario’s Future: Brussels fears European ‘industrial massacre’ sparked by energy costs

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard (in Cernobbio, Italy) — The Telegraph — Sept. 8, 2013 Europe’s industry is being ravaged by exorbitant energy costs and an over-valued euro, blighting efforts to reverse years of global manufacturing decline. “We face a systemic industrial massacre,” said Antonio Tajani, the European industry commissioner. Mr Tajani warned that Europe’s quixotic dash for […]

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Gathering Momentum – Opponents to Industrial Wind Turbines fill Regent Theatre

Rick Conroy — Wellington Times — May 3, 2013 Eric Gillespie told the packed theatre in Picton on Thursday the appeal of the nine-turbine industrial wind turbine project at Ostrander Point was going well. This was welcome news to the hundreds of folks eager to stop the threatened industrialization of this rugged South Marysburgh shoreline. […]

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Ottawa tweaks methods for study on possible health effects of wind farms

The Canadian Press — February 10, 2013 OTTAWA — Health Canada says it has tweaked its methods for a study on the possible link between wind farms and the adverse health effects reported by those living near them. Ottawa announced last summer it would conduct the study, a decision that was lauded by opponents of […]

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Industrial Wind Turbines Shatter Environmental Guidelines

From Wind Victims Ontario and Global Wind Energy Impact PRESS RELEASE February 3, 2013 Industrial Wind Turbines Shatter Environmental Guidelines Grey Highlands, Ontario New scientific measurements reveal that industrial wind turbines (IWTs) in Ontario routinely exceed acceptable noise limits set by Ministry of Environment (MOE) guidelines. Five typical sites in central Ontario were independently monitored using precision […]

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Industrial Wind Turbine Shadow Flicker in Wisconsin

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Maine — Industrial wind turbines could cause sleep loss, study claims

Nick Sambides Jr. — Maine Sun Journal — November 27, 2012 American and British researchers, including a radiologist from Fort Kent, have published what they claim is the first peer-reviewed study to conclude that people living near industrial wind sites could suffer significant sleep loss and other health problems. Called “Effects of Industrial Wind Turbine […]

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Computer simulation shows the wakes created by industrial wind turbines

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Green Energy Policy is threatening Europe’s Industrial Base

Tip of the hat to The Global Warming Policy Foundation for this article Gerrit Wiesmann — Financial Times — November 8, 2012 Europe’s ability to compete against the US as a manufacturing centre is being damaged by rising energy costs as North America benefits from cheap natural shale gas, Germany’s biggest companies have warned. The […]

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