Monthly Archives: April 2012

Farewell to a Turbine Refugee

I have a friend who is about to become a turbine refugee. I’ll call her Jenny because her peace and privacy have already been violated enough; but I assure you she is very real. In case you think the term … Continue reading

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The Long Term Effects of LFN Exposure

Long term exposure to low frequency noise (LFN), which includes the inaudible range below 20Hz called infrasound, is known to cause extremely serious illness known as Vibroacoustic disease (VAD). Industrial wind turbines are known to emit intense sound waves across … Continue reading

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Making light of turbine controversy does Fairhaven residents disservice

This letter is a response to Elizabeth Morse Read’s “Technology wins: Luddites, Unite” posted in the Standard-Times on April 10. I am curious as to what other issues, real or imagined, she refers to. I am part of a large … Continue reading

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Population density should have ruled out Fairhaven turbines

The most haunting question that I have been asked since I began to research health and wind turbines, is “how many people will get sick? One, three, five?” That question always disturbs me. What if the one person who became … Continue reading

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