Wall of Pain #1: Honoring Wind Turbine Syndrome Victims

Mar 24, 2012


Editor’s note:  Big Wind scoffs at the people suffering devastating health effects from wind turbines.  Big Wind claims those who “allegedly” suffer are few.

We have created a memorial—a Wall of Pain—of hundreds of sufferers.  As you read, bear in mind that many of these narratives are about entire families, or even communities, thus multiplying the hundreds into even more hundreds.

So far, we have collected 209 stories—a fraction of what is undoubtedly out there.  We will continue to collect stories, even though it’s redundant, since they all use the same language, the same terms, to describe the disease that Big Wind and its government enablers say doesn’t exist.

Click anywhere, below, to begin reading the Wall of Pain.

  1. Comment by sue Hobart on 03/24/2012 at 5:54 pm

    But Calvin … we are all crazy! We don’t exist! We are all making it up for some sort of personal gain…!

    Thank you my friend … Sue

    prayer candle

  2. Comment by Dr Sarah Laurie on 03/25/2012 at 1:12 am

    Dear Calvin,

    Thank you for documenting this litany of immense human suffering, ensuring that it no longer remains hidden. In my experience, it is the tip of the iceberg.

    It is so important that those wind developers, bureaucrats, politicians, acousticians, and public and environmental health “experts” who dismiss these claims are confronted with the reality of what is currently going on, and has been for years, globally. They have a responsibility, a duty of care, and an obligation not to do harm, which seems to have escaped many of them.

    The time for denial is over.

    The time for mendaciously attributing the symptoms to “scaremongering” by physicians is also well and truly over.

    The time for accountability for ongoing serious damage to human health is NOW.

    Dr Sarah Laurie, BMBS Flinders
    CEO Waubra Foundation


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