Except for warfare, our society does not tolerate machinery that damages the public. In the case of wind projects the non-impacted public has been led to believe that harm done by wind projects is not real and therefore needs no correction. The Minister for Energy, Angus Taylor, is focussed on energy costs. Those matters are discussed in our post: Dealing with Excessive Power Costs. It was noted when Taylor took on the Ministry, that health matters deriving from wind turbines would not be the Minister’s responsibility. This is a pity.
Noise guidelines for wind projects are absolutely useless. Regardless, the so-called responsible authorities use them as permissible levels on which they approve an application for a permit to build a wind project. Guidelines are based on irrelevant parameters that cannot protect adjacent residents. They are the basis for a government licence to damage residents. There … Continue reading Rules for Wind Project Layouts
The Australian Industrial Wind Turbine Awareness Network (AIWTAN), has written and expressed the Networks concerns many times to the National Wind Farm Commissioner. Copied below is an open letter with 7 questions, which have not been adequately responded to by Mr Dyer. The WHO guidelines have since been updated and these unanswered questions remain relevant ~DeFrock.
My Truth About the Current and More than Likely Whole Life Impacts of Wind Turbine Noise. Living in My House Has Become Absolute Torture, so I and my Family Fled.
DeFrock being a new effort, deeply appreciates Stop These Things for their support. Revolution RoadMap: Fighting Big Wind Means Getting Organised, No Retreat & No Surrender
Throughout history there’s been a pretty neat correlation between fighting and winning. And, so it is, that the communities that go all out in head-to-head battles with wind power outfits – out to destroy their lives and livelihoods – keep clocking up victories.
“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”
“If your enemy is secure at all points, be prepared for him. If he is in superior strength, evade him. If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant. If he is taking his ease, give him no rest…
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1.11.18- Martin King- Reporter. A Current Affairs aired this program tonight, 'Not in our backyard' and interviews Bald Hills people living next to, being negatively impacted by and fighting wind turbines. They have been complaining for years and say they can't sleep, suffer headaches and it is torture. This community at South Gippsland and Alberton don't want … Continue reading ‘Not in our backyard’