Victims Vindicated: Wind Turbine Noise Exposure Proven ‘Pathway to Disease’

Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
Last December, Australia’s Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) held that “noise annoyance” caused by wind turbine generated low-frequency noise and infrasound “is a plausible pathway to disease”, based on the “established association between noise annoyance and some diseases, including hypertension and cardiovascular disease, possibly mediated in part by disturbed sleep and/or…

Smoking Gun: Research Proves ‘Inaudible’ Pulsing Wind Turbine Noise Direct Cause of Adverse Symptoms

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The evidence proving the unnecessary damage done to wind farm neighbours by the noise generated by giant industrial wind turbines is mounting by the day: Germany’s Max Planck Institute has identified sub-audible infrasound as the cause of stress, sleep disruption and more (see our post here); and a Swedish group…

Brits Tear Down Lake District Wind Turbines to Restore Pristine Views: Locals Delighted

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Kirkby Moor, Furness Peninsula in Cumbria finally set free. ? Among the wind cult, it’s apparently the ‘aesthetics’ of these things that titillate the senses and get their juices flowing: just knowing that they’re out there somewhere (in someone else’s backyard, not their own) gently caressing the breezes, is…

Australian Court Finds Wind Turbine Noise Exposure a ‘Pathway to Disease’: Waubra Foundation Vindicated

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Sarah Laurie’s tireless efforts entirely vindicated by the AAT. ? In a World first, Australia’s Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) has declared that the “noise annoyance” caused by wind turbine generated low-frequency noise and infrasound “is a plausible pathway to disease” based on the “established association between noise annoyance and…

Revisiting wind turbine impacts – Erroneous recent calculation highlights need to assess renewable energy sustainability claims

Watts Up With That? Guest essay by Paul Driessen Foreword: An article I wrote several weeks ago had a couple of stupid math errors. This column attempts to correct them – and take readers on a journey to the futuristic world of 100 percent “clean, green, sustainable, renewable” wind energy. Since the assumptions always guide … Continue reading Revisiting wind turbine impacts – Erroneous recent calculation highlights need to assess renewable energy sustainability claims