18th March, 2021 By Sherri Lange, Master Resource Source: https://www.masterresource.org/windpower-health-effects/sleep-disturbance-wind-stephen-cooper/ “It would appear in our recent work that the major level of disturbance occurs during the change in the power output of the windfarm and that the percentage of the change is significantly less than that presented in Cape Bridgewater.”“In Australia, residents can plot the … Continue reading Sleep Disturbance And Industrial Wind: Update With Stephen Cooper
Salt-A-to-Warpenius-Chair-AAAC-18-9-13Downloads Professor Salt studies the effects of low frequency noise on the ear. He is an expert on the physiology of the ear and understands how infrasonic stimuli cause a response in the ear. In 2013, he wrote to the Chairman of AAAC about peddling misinformation, misdirecting peoples trust and stated it is false to, … Continue reading Professor A. Salt Letter To AAAC
A Madison County, Iowa, Cardiologist’s Investigation and Response to Industrial Wind Turbines in the Rural Residential Countryside Regarding Concerns of Adverse Health Effects And,Exploration of the Relevant Accompanying Larger Issues W. Ben Johnson, M.D.December 7, 2020 Johnson-health-effects-201207Download 'Seemingly simple and intuitively harmless in design and implementation, when placed too close to human habitation, serious problems … Continue reading Cardiologist’s Investigation and Response To Industrial Wind Turbines
"Environmental noises, such as traffic noise, are well known to impact sleep," she says. "Given wind power generation is connected with low frequency noise that can travel long distances and more readily into buildings, it is important to better understand the potential impacts of wind turbine noise on sleep."-Dr Gorica Micic
25th November, 2020 By Dr Tim Read; An Extract sourced from https://www.timread.org.au/public_health_and_wellbeing_amendment_bill_20201124 Public Health And Wellbeing Amendment Bill 2020 "Wind turbine syndrome is an example of something that spread rapidly, and it was fanned and encouraged by those who opposed swift and decisive action on climate change" Dr READ (Brunswick): It is a pleasure to … Continue reading Green MP Calls Wind Farm Noise Complaints ‘Malicious’
1st October 2014, By Camilla Turner, The Telegraph Source; https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/energy/windpower/11131544/Living-close-to-wind-farms-could-cause-hearing-damage.html The Royal Society publishes new research and warns of the danger that low-frequency sound emitted by wind turbines can pose. Living near wind farms could lead to severe hearing damage or even deafness, according to a new research that warns of potential dangers from low-frequency … Continue reading Living Near Wind Farms Could Damage Your Hearing-2014
Source: https://waubrafoundation.org.au/resources/letter-notice-victorian-premier-daniel-andrews-december-5-2014/ Hon Daniel AndrewsPremier of VictoriaDecember 5, 2014 Dear Premier Andrews, Re: Letter of Notice This letter is to formally advise you and your government Ministers in relevant portfolios that you are all now legally on notice about the serious adverse health effects caused directly and indirectly by exposure to industrial wind turbines. You … Continue reading Letter Of Notice To Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews- 2014
Hearing at Low and Infrasonic Frequencies H. Møller and C. S. Pedersen Department of Acoustics, Aalborg University Full Document: Moller-and-Pedersen-Hearing-at-Low-and-Infrasonic-Frequencies-Noise-and-Health-2004 The human perception of sound at frequencies below 200 Hz is reviewed. Knowledge about our perception of this frequency range is important, since much of the sound we are exposed to in our everyday environment … Continue reading Moller H, Pedersen, CS. Hearing At Low And Infrasonic Frequencies- 2004
'The expansion of wind farm facilities in Australia has led to widespread community complaints regarding noise, sleep disturbance and adverse health effects.
This five-year collaborative study is looking into how the noise from wind turbines affects people's health. It also tests how much windfarm noise disturbs sleep compared to traffic noise'.
'After years of fighting, Plymouth has declared several massive wind turbines a public health nuisance'.