Wind turbine infrasound affects OVULATION (Denmark)

Pay attention to your symptoms, especially Huron County folk who have an opportunity through the Huron County Health Unit to engage in an investigation as to whether or not Industrial Wind Turbines are a health hazard.
There is no doubt in my mind but we have to prove it to the powers that be through very few avenues. This is a first in Ontario.

World Council for Nature

… and kills another small business

“All my female employees are complaining of irregular menstruations, and several have permanent headaches.”
(Boye Jensen, nursery owner, Denmark)

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The Danish press reports the case of a garden centre (nursery) going out of business because of nearby wind turbines. Headaches are frequent among employees, and female workers complain of unusual bleeding and problems with their menstrual cycles. They are worried that more serious illnesses may follow. Five have recently resigned. The owner is now closing his business for fear of being held liable should a child be born with deformities, as happened to numerous mink puppies at a fur farm near wind turbines in Jutland (1).

Boye Jensen, the owner of Lammefjordens Perennials, is 67. He started his nursery 43 years ago, and it became a prosperous business with 15 employees and annual sales of 12 million krones (equiv. $ 2.1…

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2 thoughts on “Wind turbine infrasound affects OVULATION (Denmark)

  1. We need as many people as possible to participate in the Huron County Health Unit’s investigation. Getting the information out to people about the list of symptoms that they might be experiencing because of infrasound radiation is critically important.
    This article is absolutely frightening!
    Thanks Patti for posting it.
    Attempting to get medical people in Huron County, who are not connecting the dots between the symptoms of infrasound radiation and the turbines near homes, to wake up and take responsible precautionary action to protect people, is much appreciated!
    Let’s work together to make Huron County health professionals real leaders in this province.

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