SERIES ON WIND TURBINE NOISE AND INFRASOUND ISSUES PUBLISHED BY INTERNATIONAL GROUP SHOW PROBLEMS 25 MILES FROM WINDFARMS

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By Miriam Raftery

November 22, 2012 (San Diego’s East County) – European Platform Against Windfarms (EPAW) has published the first two in a three-part series on infrasound and low frequency noise problems reportedly caused by windfarms.

“The second part shows a credible, well documented testimony about ILFN disrupting people's lives 40 kilometers (nearly 25 miles) away from a windfarm, in certain atmospheric conditions. Amazing!” Mark Duchamp, executive director of EPAW, told ECM in an email.  “The third part will be a press release incorporating the most convincing science on ILFN.” 

View the first two parts of the series below.  (Part III will be published at www.epaw.org)

Part I -- Truth no longer denied: Sound frequency from wind turbines explained  http://epaw.org/documents.php?lang=en&article=ns40

Part II -- Infrasound felt up to 40 km:  http://epaw.org/documents.php?lang=en&article=ns41


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The visible effect of wind

The visible effect of wind farms is obvious: they destroy the land they're on, transforming once beautiful coastlines, mountains, deserts and seascapes into hideous industrialized zones. They're also virtual "bird blenders" that kill hundreds of thousands of animals--many of them rare, protected species!--every year.

And the invisible effects? We're probably just learning about those.