“Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health – fudging the report.
“…The last section I would like to draw your attention to is one more Q&A. One answer stated: “Although some people living near wind turbines report symptoms such as dizziness, headaches and sleep disturbance, available scientific evidence does not demonstrate a causal link to wind turbines noise.” The track changes of this comment tells a different story, where you were told, “this answer isn’t credible. Either fess up to the annoyance link or delete….”
Health authorities are not acting when clearly, the public is being harmed in wind turbine projects. How does this happen?
Take a look at the document (see link) that details information including papers received through a freedom of information request related to Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health. Back in 2009/2010 Dr. King did a “literature review”, found problems and yet concluded there was no link between wind turbine operations and the adverse health effects people were experiencing. Very confusing for the layman, infuriating for the ones suffering and sadly the media picks up and reports only their ‘summary statement’. But take a look at the review as it was in progress. Not so confusing for health professionals who understand how important the terminology is when describing adverse health effects. This is a lesson in how studies and literature reviews can be manipulated and why honesty and integrity is paramount (but…
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