Wind Turbine Study

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  1. manversgwtw says:

    Thank you for your obsequious email Mr. Eva.

    Would have been nice if they had actually lived in a home affected by shadow flicker and unrelenting noise. A new word for annoyance…..how about torture?

    Or why not stay in an unsaleable home. Another annoyance ? How about heartbreak?

    Too much to ask to conduct an experiential study as opposed to a theoretical study ?

    Sadly …..I like William F. Buckley would rather be governed by the first 2000 names in the Toronto phone book than the last 2000 PHD graduates from the U of T.

    But we get what we get………a scam.

    Paul Reid
    MWC

    On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 4:59 PM, Capstone Power Development wrote:
    Dear project stakeholder,

    On Thursday, November 6th, Health Canada released the results of its comprehensive, multi-year research study with Statistics Canada on the impact of wind turbine noise on human health. The results of the study are available for public access at the link below. Moreover, please see attached a pamphlet produced by Health Canada which summarizes the key findings of the study.

    http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/noise-bruit/turbine-eoliennes/index-eng.php

    As highlighted in the pamphlet, the study concludes that beyond annoyance, there is no evidence to suggest an association between exposure to wind turbine noise and illness or chronic disease, stress, sleep quality, quality of life, or overall quality of life and satisfaction with health. These conclusions are consistent to those already published in scientific and medical literature on the topic over the past decade, including the body of evidence that Capstone has referenced when responding to wind turbine noise and health concerns from project stakeholders.

    We hope that you find the results of this study helpful in understanding the impacts of our proposed wind project.

    Should you have any further questions or concerns on this study, or on the topic of wind turbine noise and health, please do not hesitate to contact us.
    Sincerely,
    David Eva
    Vice President

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