Falmouth Massachusetts Wind Turbines Déjà Vu or Insanity 27th June 2022 By Frank Haggerty Source: https://www.windtaskforce.org/profiles/blog/show?id=4401701%3ABlogPost%3A243164 Falmouth, Massachusetts today is considering placing buried onshore wind turbine high voltage cables through residential neighborhoods up to 345,000 volts. Studies show that HVDE, high voltage dirty electricity could disrupt important electrical processes within the human body. Long-term exposure to this type of electro-pollution has … Continue reading Falmouth Massachusetts
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
'The plaintiffs claim that developers built the project too close to their homes and as a result, have created a number of hazards and adverse health effects, including sleep disturbance, annoyance, headaches, dizziness, vertigo, nausea, motion sickness, bodily sensations, fatigue, stress, depression, memory deficits, inability to concentrate, anxiety and an overall reduced quality of life. The complaint says that these effects are largely due to the shadow flicker and loud noise that comes from the turbines when they are in motion.'
'While increased local connectivity in ACC and rAmyg may only reflect an initial bodily stress response towards (sub-)liminal IS, we speculate that stimulation over longer periods of time could exert a profound effect on autonomic functions and may eventually lead to the formation of symptoms such as sleep disturbances, panic attacks or depression, especially when additional risk factors, such as an increased sensibility towards noise, or strong expectations about the harmfulness of IS are present'.
-Markus Weichenberger, Martin Bauer, Robert Kühler, Johannes Hensel, Caroline Garcia Forlim, Albrecht Ihlenfeld, Bernd Ittermann, Jürgen Gallinat, Christian Koch, and Simone Kühn