Dr. Pierpont writes: there is in fact a consistent cluster of symptoms, the Wind Turbine Syndrome, which occurs in a significant number of people in the vicinity of industrial wind turbines. There are specific risks factors for this syndrome, and people with these risk factors include a substantial portion of the population. A setback of 1.5 miles from homes, schools, hospitals, and similar institutions will probably be adequate to protect people from the adverse health effects of industrial wind turbines.
Below is a link to an interview with a woman in Ontario who had to leave her home because of the effects of wind turbines surrounding her home. Interview with Helen Frazer from Shelburne Ontario. I hope you have the time to listen.
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