Author Topic: Windfarm Sickness Spreads By Word Of Mouth Australia Study Finds  (Read 1108 times)

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Offline Sionyn

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Just like the many stories surrounding alleged 'Wi-Fi sickness,'  :scared:  research is now showing that windfarm sickness spreads by word of mouth instead of applying universally to windfarms. Areas that had never had any noise or health complaints were suddenly experiencing them after 2009 when anti-wind groups targeted populations surrounding windfarms. From the article, 'Eighteen reviews of the research literature on wind turbines and health published since 2003 had all reached the broad conclusion that there was very little evidence they were directly harmful to health.' While there's unfortunately no way to prove that someone is lying about how they feel, it's likely a mixture of confirmation bias, psychosomatic response, hypochondria, greed and hatred of seeing windmills on the horizon that drives this phenomenon.

man, what kind of idiot believes in these sickness   :palm:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2013/mar/15/windfarm-sickness-spread-word-australia
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