“The last six of these turbines came on on Nov. 22, 2008,” Stephana Johnston said after the meeting. “Until then, I was just looking at them from a great distance. At that point, my life fell apart. The sleep deprivation is incredible. In the U.S., they’re trying to decide if one or two days of sleep deprivation constitutes torture.
“What do you call nine months of sleep deprivation?”
Residents remain divided over wind energy issue
Posted By Bruce Urquhart, SENTINEL-REVIEW
While the question-and-answer period was cut short as the emotionally charged meeting deteriorated into shouted accusations, the opponents of industrial wind turbine developments managed to make their point.
Speaker Joan Morris explained to the Oxford County Federation of Agriculture (OCFA) members at Thursday’s public information session that a comprehensive epidemiological study had yet to be completed on the possible adverse health effects of industrial wind turbines. With almost 100 suspected victims from other wind-turbine developments in Ontario, Morris, a member of the Oxford Wind Action group, said new projects should be delayed by the Ontario government until there is a better understanding of their health impacts. Read Entire Article Here