Electrical Pollution Driving Ontario Families from Their Homes

By Bill Henry Owen Sound Sun Times

Three months after the Ripley Wind Farm went online in December, 2007, Dave Colling’s phone started ringing.

Three of his neighbours were seeing doctors about recurring ear aches. They knew Colling, a former dairy farmer who lives within two kilometres of the turbines near the southern Bruce County community, had an interest in and could test for what he calls “electrical pollution.”

“It’s like living inside a microwave. It radiates,” Colling told more than 100 people Tuesday night in Keady.

He said stray voltage eventually forced four families from their homes. Two have not returned, and one family sold the farm and moved away. Continue reading

High-frequency electrical pollution from Ripley Wind Farm

Dirty Electricity vs. Clean Electricity

Download original document: “High-frequency electrical pollution from Ripley Wind Farm”

Author:  Colling, David

All the Ripley Wind Farm readings where recorded in the same way, measuring the waveform from the ground wire at the transformer pole or the ground wire on the collection poles from the windmills to a remote ground rod approximately 20 meters from the pole we were measuring at. Continue reading

Epoch Times: Wind Turbines & Adverse Health Effects

Update:   Barbara Ashbee has since had to move out of her home as it has become uninhabitable.

Some say wind turbines are having a significant negative impact on their lives

By Joan Delaney
Epoch Times Staff May 13, 2009

barbara ashbees homeA wind turbine sits 457 metres from Barbara Ashbee’s abandoned home at the Melancthon/Amaranth wind farm in Ontario.

 There’s a boom in wind energy occurring worldwide. Keen to meet environmental targets and cut back on fossil fuels, governments in Europe, North America, Australia, and Japan are increasingly looking to wind as a source of power. Continue reading

Modern Wind Turbines Generate Dangerously “Dirty” Electricity

18809934_1By Catherine Kleiber, electricalpollution.com

Wind turbines are causing serious health problems. These health problems are often associated, by the people having them, with the flicker and the noise from the wind turbines. This often leads to reports being discounted. Continue reading

A Channel Series: Health and Wind Turbines

     Up to 1,000 could be churning within three years

   But are they actually making people sick?

Support Ripley Victims!

Please consider sending this email to the following provincial ministers and your local MPP.  Encourage others to do the same.
dmcguinty.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org, dcaplan.mpp@liberal.ola.org, gsmitherman.mpp@liberal.ola.org,jgerretsen.mpp@liberal.ola.org, john.yakabuskico@pc.ola.org 
Cut from below and paste into your email:

Once again I am writing to express my displeasure with the McGuinty Liberal’s lack of compassion for the victims who are suffering from wind turbine adverse health effects.
I refer to the letter, attached below, addressed to Premier McGuinty composed by yet another Ontarian suffering from wind turbine exposure.
How many families will have to suffer before the McGunity Liberals and their business partners, the wind energy companies, take notice?
The families of the Ripley Wind Project have endured adverse health effects for more than a year.
Everyday more and more Ontarians are becoming aware of the McGuinty Government’s policy of placing wind turbines ahead of public health.
I demand to know what the McGuinty Liberals are going to do to stop the suffering.  I await your prompt response to my demand.
Letter from a wind turbine complex victim

Mr. McGuinty,
This is my third letter to you, our government’s top representative, regarding the serious health problems incurred and occurring to the residence within the Ripley Wind Project since the last week of November 2007. Continue reading

Radar, Radio, Television or Satellite Interference

radar We have received a number of complaints from people living near industrial wind developments regarding the undesired interference that had appeared on their radio or television after the installation of wind turbines near them.  What do I do, and who do I complain to was the question? Continue reading