Impressive. Interesting. And important.”
—Professor Lord (Robert) May, PhD, of Oxford University OM AC Kt FRS. Click here and here for further information on Lord May’s prodigious research accomplishments and honors, including President of the Royal Society (2000-2005) and Chief Scientific Advisor (1995-2000) to the UK government. Lord May is currently at the forefront of global warming research and is considered a pioneer in epidemiological research. Note that Lord May was knighted and then made a baron by Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of his contributions to science.
Dr. Pierpont has clinically defined a new group of human subjects who respond to low frequency, relatively high amplitude forces acting upon the sensory and other body systems. Her rigorous clinical observations are consistent with reports of the deleterious effects of infrasound on humans, including, but not limited to, the low frequency sonar effects on divers. There are clinical conditions (such as dehiscent superior semicircular canals) that might explain some of Dr. Pierpont’s clinical symptom review, but this relatively rare condition cannot explain all of her observations.
“Dr. Pierpont’s astute collection of observations should motivate a well-controlled, multi-site, multi-institutional prospective study.”
—F. Owen Black, MD, FACS, Senior Scientist and Director of Neuro-Otology Research, Legacy Health System, Portland, Oregon. Dr. Black is widely considered to be one of the foremost balance, spatial orientation, and equilibrium clinical researchers in America. (Editor’s note: Otolaryngology + Neurology = Neuro-Otology. Otolaryngology = Ears, Nose, Throat specialist.)
Like so many earlier medical pioneers exposing the weaknesses of current orthodoxy, Dr. Nina Pierpont has been subjected to much denigration and criticism. It is a tribute to her strength of character and conviction that this important book has reached publication. Her detailed recording of the harm caused by wind turbine noise will lay firm foundations for future research. It should be required reading for all planners considering ‘wind farms.’”
—Christopher Hanning MD, FRCA, MRCS, LRCP. Dr Hanning, a founder of the British Sleep Society, is a leading sleep clinician and researcher. He recently retired as Director of the Sleep Clinic and Laboratory at Leicester General Hospital, one of the largest sleep disorder clinics in the UK.
This is an extraordinary book. It is personal and passionate, which makes it compelling reading. But it is much more—authoritative, meticulous, and scholarly. The descriptions of anatomy, physiology, and the pathophysiology of how noise affects health are bang on. It clearly takes its place as the leading work on the topic.
“In addition to Dr. Pierpont’s detailed clinical accounts, there is accumulating evidence of adverse health effects from Japan, New Zealand, the UK, USA, and Canada. There are also some 357 organizations from 19 European countries demanding an enquiry by the European Union about health and many other adverse effects of wind farms. At a minimum, the EU would be wise to consult with Dr. Pierpont.
“This book is a must-read for all health care professionals, especially those in clinical practice. One cannot but hope that politicians and policy makers at all levels heed the wake-up call that there are serious consequences to precipitant decisions relating to so-called green energy.”
—Robert Y. McMurtry, MD, FRCS (C), FACS. Former Dean of Medicine and Dentistry at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Western Ontario. Dr. McMurtry has had a long and distinguished career in Canadian public health policy at both the federal and provincial level, including as founding Assistant Deputy Minister of the Population and Public Health Branch of Health Canada, and currently as a member of the Health Council of Canada.
Congratulations to Dr. Pierpont on ‘Wind Turbine Syndrome,’ which I have just read. I think it is a remarkable exposition of the problem and, in particular, it was a brilliant idea to append the Report for Non-Clinicians, which will make it much more accessible and useful to a wider audience.”
—John Etherington, PhD. Author of “The Wind Farm Scam” (2009), described as “a robust and thoroughly researched counterblast to the unthinking approval of wind farm technology.” Dr. Etherington was a Reader in Ecology at the University of Wales, Cardiff. Since his retirement from the University in 1990, he has devoted himself to researching the implications of intermittently available renewable electricity generation, in particular wind power. He is a Thomas Huxley Medalist at the Royal College of Science and a former co-editor of the international Journal of Ecology.