People all over the world are trying to get the powers that be to understand the dangers associated with turbines.
The research is extensive and continuing, and it is not good news for the wind industry. Despite their tobacco-style advertising and “sponsorship” of tame academics and front organisations like Environmental Impact Assessment, there is now a sound body of research that confirms the dangers of infrasound emitted by wind turbines.
Editorial: Wind turbine noise by Christopher D Hanning and Alun Evans British Medical Journal, BM J2 012;344d oi: 10.1136/ bmj.e1527 (8 March 2012).
Christopher Hanning, BSc, MB, BS, MRCS, LRCP, FRCA, MD is an honorary consultant in sleep medicine Sleep Disorders Service, University Hospitals of Leicester, Leicester General Hospital, Leicester, UK Dr Chris Hanning is Honorary Consultant in Sleep Disorders Medicine to the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, UK. He retired in September 2007 as Consultant in Sleep Disorders Medicine.
His expertise in this field has been accepted by the civil, criminal and family…
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