By Liberty Girl · February 16th, 2009
I swear to Zog, sometimes I feel as if we’re all caught up in some Hollywood slush pile-reject conspiracy flick, starring D-List winners like Mark Dacascos and Tia Carrere.
Some opponents of wind turbine farms in Maine say they’re concerned not just about audible noise but “low-frequency noise, so soft you can’t hear it,” from the installations, which they claim is linked to a wide array of health problems, not to mention “the strobe effect created by the sun setting behind the spinning blades, which some say can lead to seizures”.
Oh. Mah. Gad.
First off, what kind of a moron is standing there watching turbine blades going around?? A work-shirking Class Two moron, that’s what kind. <irritated supervisor>Get back to work, ya fucking slacker! Oh, and stop looking at the fucking wind turbines, ‘cos they’ll make you dizzy. Xst, my five year old got more sense than you.</irritated supervisor>
But there’s plenty of medical data to support a potential ban, right? RIGHT???
Aniel says he, six other physicians and one family nurse practitioner believe the conditions they’ve found online – things called “acoustic radiation” and “wind turbine syndrome,” among them – and the possible symptoms – nausea, back problems, mood disorders, seizures, even heart attack – are serious enough to stall new wind projects while medical researchers around the world gather more information.
Yeah, not so much. Just a work-shirking moron of a doctor and his cohorts, all who appear to have waaay too much fucking Intertubes-surfing time. If I were the administration of that hospital, I’d be Asking Some Questions.