In a recent post at Watts Up with That global warming skeptic site, psychologist Helen Schwiesow Parker presented a detailed case describing how the industrial wind power industry has caused adverse human health effects as well as negative psychological problems, such as depression.
As she noted, “Like the tobacco industry before it, the wind industry has spent decades vehemently denying known harmful consequences associated with its product, while promoting its fraudulent feel-good image. Dismissing or denying the serious health impacts of industrial-scale wind turbines is wishful thinking.”Dismissing the serious health impacts of industrial-scale wind turbines is wishful thinking. Click To Tweet
Inaudible and low-frequency sounds produced by industrial-scale wind turbines, Parker notes, “directly and predictably cause adverse health effects.” Sonic radiation is amplified within structures (like nearby homes); sensitivity to such noise increases with on-going exposure.
The primary way that wind turbines affect human health is, according to Parker, no mystery. “The Israeli army has used low-frequency sound pulses as high-tech crowd control for years. People are made nauseous and confused, with blurred vision, vertigo, headaches, tachycardia, heightened blood pressure, pain and ringing in the ears, difficulties with memory and concentration, anxiety, depression, irritability, and panic attacks.” That’s just a short list of what industrial wind turbines can do.
The Clean Power Plan is an “obscenely costly, mostly useless energy redundancy scheme” that Dr. Parker says ignores the desperate pleas of its victims. The EPA and other government agencies ridicule the victims and try “to bury all the growing evidence of harm to their health and well-being.”The Clean Power Plan is an obscenely costly, useless energy redundancy scheme. Fight big wind! Click To Tweet
You really have to read the rest of Dr. Parker’s article to find out how outrageous industrial wind turbines—and their defenders—are. Again, check it out here: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/03/08/science-deniers-in-the-wind-industry.
As she noted, “We’ve witnessed three decades of this callous, mercenary assault, this arrogant denial of what is known to be true, this untold suffering of thousands of innocent victims around the world. It’s time to bring in the human rights and social justice referees—and call game over.”
We have to fight big wind! The industrial wind power industry must go!It's our health! We have to fight big wind! The industrial wind power industry must go! Click To Tweet It’s time to bring in the human rights and social justice referees—and fight big wind. Click To Tweet
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