This is your brain … around wind turbines

Apr 22, 2012


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Photo by Vanessa Hunter
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Question:  If turbines do this to chick embryos, what do they do to developing neurons?

You’re wondering about the “no yolk” photo?  It was taken by Australian journalist, Vanessa Hunter, at the Waterloo “wind farm.”

These eggs, folks, came from this man’s chickens.

Photo by Vanessa Hunter

  1. Comment by Johannes Karl Marciniak on 04/23/2012 at 8:01 pm

    HI . I NOW CALL THEM DEATH CAMPS.
    I’M GETTIG MORE ANGERY AND PISSED OF EVERYDAY.
    WHEN WILL THESE TOTURE AND DEATH CAMS BE SHUT DOWN
    AND REMOVED. AND OUR TAX’S ARE PAYING TO KILL US. REGARDS JOHN SA.

  2. Comment by Jackie on 04/23/2012 at 8:41 pm

    No Yoke is No Joke.

    It’s time people, including politicians and IWT proponents, opened their minds to the possibility and reality that these turbines are a danger to us, our children, and descendants. They will not save the world; they will ensure its demise as a safe place for many living forms to exist.

    Renewables are good, but only if used wisely. As with just about everything else man has created, caution is needed.

    Turbines may use a natural renewable resource to facilitate a man-made machine to create electrical power, but it is this machinery that is the problem.

    Why is it people are so easily fooled into believing they are clean and green?