Infrasound and motion sickness

In this presentation, Kevin A Dooley describes the basics of sound, and proceeds to draw a compelling relationship between motion sickness symptoms, and infrasound exposure, with specific reference to wind turbine installations and their proximity to homes. His suggestions are backed by multiple, independent studies conducted on infrasound, and / or motion sickness incidence.
19 Aug 2014

Wind Turbine Fires

"Overview of Problems and Solutions in Fire Protection Engineering of Wind Turbines" Presentation by Dr Ricky Carvel from the University of Edinburgh at the 11th International Association of Fire Safety Science (IAFSS) Symposium, Christchurch, New Zealand.
28 Jul 2014

Down Wind: Official Trailer

DOWN WIND deals head on with how Ontario politicians rammed through green energy laws and dashed forward with installation of thousands of wind turbines across the province's farmland and countryside. The television debut is June 4, 2014 at 8pm ET.
27 May 2014

Wind turbine woes

Down Wind is a documentary film project about the destructive impact of wind turbines being forced into communities across Ontario, Canada. The film is due to be completed by June, 2014. Contributions to the effort can be made here.
8 May 2014

Spinning wind turbines spark clockwork lightning

The rotating blades of wind turbines trigger regular lightning bolts that can blast 2 kilometres up into the atmosphere. Little is known about these spontaneous bolts because turbines are hard to monitor in stormy conditions. But now Joan Montanyà of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona, Spain, and his colleagues have captured the first high-speed video of wind turbines firing lightning. They also used a lightning detection network to map how the bolts propagate in three dimensions.
20 Feb 2014
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