Archive: Sensitisation (15)

Archived articles are listed below from most to least recent. You will find links to even older posts beneath the list.

Mortimer, D. & A. Submission to 2015 Select Committee on Wind Turbines

The severity of the symptoms and sensations appear to be gradually worsening…” Introduction My wife (Alida) and I have hosted and resided in close proximity to industrial scale wind power turbines on our farm from late … Read On »

Mortimer, D. & A. Supplementary Submission to 2015 Select Committee on Wind Turbines

We have been physically assaulted by the wind turbine noise for over ten years and are becoming increasingly sensitised to the noise and the associated physiological sensations” Recently, my wife and I attended the Senate hearing … Read On »

Hetherington J. Open Letter to NHMRC Regarding Research Into Wind Turbines & Health Impacts

I am a PERFECT candidate for research into this noise pollution. My home is TOXIC and I cannot live in it for any length of time. .….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….. From: Jan Hetherington Sent: Wednesday, 30 March 2016 12:14 PM To: ‘nhmrc@nhmrc.gov.au’ <Malcolm.Turnbull.PM@aph.gov.au>; … Read On »

McCorkle, F. It Is Finally Time

This very sad, but now all too common letter discussing wind turbine impacts is published here with the permission of the author. Fred McCorkle — April 21, 2016 After being awakened for the ump-teenth time by these … Read On »

Laurie, S. Submission to Unconventional Gas Mining Senate Inquiry

Senate Select Committee Inquiry into Unconventional Gas Mining (the Bender Inquiry) Committee Secretary and Senator Lazarus PO Box 6100 Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 March 14, 2016 Dear Committee Secretary and Senator Lazarus, Thank you for the opportunity … Read On »

Comments: New Polish Government Siting Criteria for Wind Turbines

Waubra Foundation Comments Re New Polish Government Rules for Siting Wind Turbines April 14, 2016 I commend the Polish Government on their attempts to ensure improved regulation of noise pollution emissions from industrial scale wind turbines, however … Read On »

BMC Neuroscience. Repeated Elicitation of Acoustic Startle Reflex

Repeated elicitation of the acoustic startle reflex leads to sensitisation in subsequent avoidance behaviour and induces fear conditioning Thomas Götz and Vincent M Janik BMC Neuroscience 2011, 12:30 doi:10.1186/1471–2202–12–30 Published: 13 April 2011 Abstract Background Autonomous reflexes enable … Read On »

Heightened noise zones

Acoustical Society of America Conference 2015, Waubra Foundation Presentation & Notes

The Foundation’s CEO, Sarah Laurie, Bachelor Medicine, Bachelor Surgery (Flinders University) was invited by the President of the ASA, and … Read On »

Laurie, S. Response to George Hessler Research Comments

 5th March, 2015 Mr George Hessler Hessler Associates Inc Consultants in Engineering Acoustics Dear George, Re: Your comments about the Pacific Hydro funded Cape Bridgewater Research by Steven Cooper Thank you for your public comments about … Read On »