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Peer-reviewed literature supports anti-wind sentiment

Ryan Taylor — Delmarvnow.com — February 12, 2015 In a recent WBOC newscast, Paul Harris, development manager for Pioneer Green’s Somerset County wind farm project, said there are “more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific studies that dispel health concerns related to turbines.” I asked Harris to provide a list of these publications, which he did. Upon […]

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UK: Noisy wind farms face ban as ministers launch review into ‘annoying’ sound levels

(While this article MAY sound encouraging, it’s the comments UNDER the article which are enlightening.  For the first time ever, I’m posting the comments to the article as well, because it seems like the British are no more convinced by these ‘studies’ than anyone else around the world is. — DQ)   Emily Gosden, Energy […]

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NA-PAW News Release on the Health Canada Study Summary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE North American Platform Against Wind Power November 9, 2014 A case of widespread consumer fraud and systemic government abetted torture:  Health Canada’s study further victimizes wind turbine refugees and cohabitants. Ontario Anti Wind Groups along with International groups, react strongly with anger to the Health Canada wind turbine noise study, knowing that […]

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PA Study to Put Wind Energy on the Hot Seat over Deforestation and Bird Deaths

(Editors Note: THEY’RE FINALLY GETTING IT!!! — DQ) “With the ever-growing number of reports confirming that on-shore wind energy facilities are directly responsible for the clearing of large areas of forested land and the deaths of thousands of migratory birds, endangered bats and even eagles, we can no longer just assume that wind turbines are […]

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Ultra-revealing Article Explains how Pro-wind and Global Warming “Studies” Swamp the News Feeds

(This article explains a lot about why we see an article by someone like Simon Chapman repeated EVERYWHERE!!  And yet legitimate studies put out by the Acoustic Society or Canadian Physicians or any number of other credible reports barely see the light of day. — DQ) It’s the ‘worst’ science paper ever — filled with […]

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Latest ‘study’ showing no ill effects from wind turbines effectively torn apart

Wind Farms and Human Health Edgar Bread — February 27, 2014 This week the national Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) released a report that looked at the health effects of wind farms. The take home conclusion, presented with the press release, was that there is no reliable or consistent evidence that wind farms directly […]

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Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson expects Health Canada study on wind will prove negative effects

Bayshore Broadcasting News — February 7, 2014 The controversy surrounding the health effects of industrial wind turbines comes to a head this year when Health Canada releases their findings in later 2014. The Conservative MPP for Huron-Bruce says she expects the results will be in line with what she feels she has known all along. […]

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Texas Study: Wind Power Costs Taxpayers Billions of Dollars

Katie Pavlich — Townhall.com — October 15, 2013 According to a new study conducted by Texas Tech University Professor Dr. Michael Giberson for the Institute for Energy Research, the government and wind lobby aren’t telling taxpayers the whole truth about how much wind energy really costs. The study comes as the wind lobby is set to receive […]

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Cape Cod Lawmaker and environmentalists pushing for study of wind turbine health effects

Tip of the hat to Global Wind Energy — The Human Impact State House News Service — July 10, 2013 A Cape Cod lawmaker and environmentalists are pushing for a study of the health effects of wind turbines on residents who live near the energy-producing machines. Rep. Sarah Peake (D-Provincetown) told lawmakers on the Public […]

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Wind turbines or Nuclear Power? A comparative video

Tip o’ the hat to Turbine Watch312 for this video.  

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Northumberland Today — Part 2: Health unit hears results of study of people living close to wind turbines

Valerie MacDonald — April 24, 2013 NORTHUMBERLAND – Ontario’s Green Energy Act, encouraging development of alternative renewable energy to feed into the existing power grid of hydro towers, lines and transformers which crisscross this province, has affected rural residents most significantly. Here in Northumberland County, meetings about the impact of green energy have taken place and are […]

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Here We Go Again….Another study that’s going to get all blown out of proportion

Louise Gray — The Telegraph — March 21, 2013 In the first study of its kind, the University of Nottingham asked more than 1,000 households living within 0.6 miles (1km) of small wind turbines up to 30m tall (Editor’s Note:  THIRTY METRE) if they suffered health problems caused by the renewable technology. It found that […]

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UK — Scientific research study to be released later this year determines that wind farms create more CO2

Another Tip of the Hat to the National Association Against Wind Turbines Andrew Gilligan — The Telegraph — February 23, 2013 Thousands of Britain’s wind turbines will create more greenhouse gases than they save, according to potentially devastating scientific research to be published later this year. The finding, which threatens the entire rationale of the onshore […]

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Request for disclosure to conduct a public audit of the MPAC study on the impacts of wind turbines

From Global Wind Energy — The Human Impact Sent: Monday, February 18, 2013 12:06 PM To:  D. Mathieson, City of Stratford    dmathieson@city.stratford.on.ca Cc:   Prime Minister Stephen Harper   pm@pm.gc.ca;    David Michaud minister_Ministre@hc-sc.gc.ca; Kathleen Wynne   kwynne.mpp@liberal.ola.org;   John Yakabuski Subject: Open letter: Request for disclosure to conduct a public audit of the MPAC study […]

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Bad hair day? Wind turbines may be to blame

Steve Rennie — The Canadian Press — February 15, 2013 OTTAWA – Having a bad hair day? Wind turbines could be to blame. The amount of the stress hormone cortisol found in people’s hair could help scientists understand the potential health impacts that may arise from exposure to low-frequency noise and vibrations from wind turbines. […]

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