From Garth Manning, Chairman of the County Coalition for Safe and Appropriate Green Energy (CCSAGE), Prince Edward County, Ontario, writing in the T.O. Sun:
Toronto human rights lawyer Julian Falconer argues that the GEA and the government’s approval of wind projects “implicates their right to security of the person” as guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights, . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Wind And Health: A New Study?
Nina, a New York pediatrician, is the author of “Wind Turbine Syndrome” and in the eyes of most scientists, the inventor of the an imaginary syndrome allegedly caused by the presence of nearby wind-farms. Her work is probably the major piece of pseudo-science invoked by anti-wind-power activists in their efforts to have wind-farms kept out of . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Nina Pierpont "Expert" Testimony Disallowed At Adelaide ERT Hearing
The findings indicate that negative health information readily available to people living in the vicinity of wind farms has the potential to create symptom expectations, providing a possible pathway for symptoms attributed to operating wind turbines. This may have wide-reaching implications. If symptom expectations are the root cause of symptom reporting, answering calls to increase . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Wind Turbine Syndrome: Its All In Your Head
THERE are very few health symptoms these days which anti-wind power activists and suggestible and anxious residents have not at some point blamed on those spinning steel turbine blades.
According to a list compiled by Simon Chapman, the University of Sydney's Professor of Public Health and much-awarded enemy of the tobacco industry, . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Anti-turbine Activist Given Role as Observer on Australian Wind Power Health Review