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LETTER: Negative effects of turbines on health

By shill  |  Posted: April 07, 2014

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I strongly contest Dr Erik Blakeley‘s comments in your recent article calling wind turbine noise as a placebo effect. As a medical practitioner in the energy field of over 32 years I disagree.

I have amassed over the last few years negative health evidence from across the globe wherever wind turbines are erected, many locals even supported their erection initially only to find their health began to deteriorate afterwards.

Apart from Canadian, American, Danish and Australian information I have articles from specialists in “sleep disorder“ from the BMJ (British Medical Association) referring to ‘wind turbine syndrome‘ . It is the ULF (Ultra Low Frequency)or ELF vibrations that cause the most harm and cannot be heard. Can Dr Blakeley deny the MoD developed and used these frequencies for “acoustic warfare“ and in Russia ULF was developed by Vladimir–Gavreau for use in the Cold War of the 1950s onward only to be banned because it was so devastating on the human organism!

We must remember each person is an individual, some more sensitive than others and this has to be respected. The global evidence that amasses are that the main symptoms are insomnia, elevated blood pressure, depression, irritability and even suicide, never mind the effects on epileptics and hyperactive children. As our whole world is comprised of energy, we live in a time of Einstein and Quantam Physics not Newton, so as to accuse locals as “fools to their symptoms“ is not only utterly insulting to their intelligence but also ignores their individual health susceptibility.

Mrs S.Gonzalez BA.,MCH.,R.S.Hom,Milborne St Andrew

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  • Freehealth911  |  April 13 2014, 2:26PM

    Mrs Gonzalez claims to be a "medical practitioner" but doesn't seem to have the degrees to prove this. There is no female "S. Gonzalez" currently on the GMC's register and implying that you are a registered medical practitioner contravenes the 1983 Medical Act [though I note the writer does not actually use the word ;registered' in this context. Her post-nominal letters suggest she is a homeopathic , rather than a medical, practitioner. Your readers should draw their own conclusions from this representation of herself, and the validity of her arguments. Perhaps in future she might describe herself more accurately as a Homeopathic Practitioner and avoid confusion.

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  • johndavies  |  April 08 2014, 9:43AM

    You must remember that human health is not important when there's money to be made, So any negative effects must be denied or the bottom line will be reduced. 'Green energy' is a brilliant way of re-distributing wealth from the poor, back to the rich (where it belongs); the poor, if they get ill, have the NHS…..until that's dismantled & privatised !!....... The IPCC chairman, Rajendra K. Pachauri, admitted in an interview ( 19 Sept 2013) with the London Guardian, - http://tinyurl.com/o9q56c6 - that the IPCC science reports are tailored to meet the political needs of governments. He said – ( "We are an intergovernmental body and we do what the governments of the world want us to do. If the governments decide we should do things differently and come up with a vastly different set of products we would be at their beck and call." ) - Believe the data not the politics !!

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