Wind Turbine Syndrome: Checking Lungs for Vibro-Acoustic Disease (Scotland)

Nov 13, 2012

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—Kay Siddell (Ayrshire, Scotland)

I have 53 industrial wind turbines in front of the house, a cluster of 10 between 680m and 900m away on the hill overlooking the house. Height is 110m. Two applications for 30 more to the side and the back of the house.

We have suffered over 10 years of noise, and my health is failing. I am now attempting to obtain a biopsy on my lungs to test the accuracy or not of the effects of vibro-acoustic disease. It is supposed to change the internal organs by building up much thicker collagen levels in a unique pattern.

If I am successful, I will report back and other people in our situation can use the evidence.

 

  1. Comment by johana on 11/14/2012 at 10:02 am

    Is there a link to a diagram which illustrates the “unique” pattern in collagen generated in VAD?
    Please share the link if/when you come across it.

    Editor’s reply: No diagram that I know of. If we come across one, we will post it. Meanwhile, you can contact Professor Mariana Alves-Pereira (Portugal), who is one of the principal researchers of Vibro-Acoustic Disease (as you know). She can explain the distinctive pattern of collagen thickening. Her email: m.alvespereira@gmail.com.

  2. Comment by Johannes Karl Marciniak on 11/15/2012 at 9:23 pm

    WIND TURBINES EFECT ME SO BAD THAT IF I TRYED TO MOVE BACK TO MY ABANDANT HOME I WOULD BE DEAD IN ONE MONTH.!. THAT IS HOW SICK THESE MONSTERS MAKE ME …. SOME FRIENDS HAVE CALLED THIS SUECIDE.?.

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