Phillips, Properly Interpreting the Epidemiologic Evidence About the Health Effects

Carl V. Phillips, PhD
Bulletin of Science, Technology, and Society, July 19 2011

Properly Interpreting the Epidemiologic Evidence about the Health Effects of Industrial Wind Turbines on Nearby Residents

“There is overwhelming evidence that large electricity-generating wind turbines cause serious health problems in a non-trivial fraction of residents living near them. These turbines produce noise in the audible and non-audible ranges, as well as optical flickering, and many people living near them have reported a collection of health effects that appear to be manifestations of a chronic stress reaction or something similar.”

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