This wind farm at Clements Gap near my home in South Australia generates sustainable electricity that results in reduced emissions and the slowing of climate change.
Wind turbines are simply machines. The sounds they make are similar to the sounds made by other machines, but they are quieter than many machines.
In order to discover the facts for myself I have slept under wind turbines many times; every time I had a good night's sleep.
This page aims at giving only a short list of the arguments against Wind Turbine Syndrome; it will point you toward more information.
You should not believe that turbines make people sick. Why?
Turbines are just another machine, they produce nothing but sound and electricity, how could they make people sick?
Pierpont-Laurie Syndrome is a form of epidemic hysteria.
The symptoms of Pierpont-Laurie Syndrome are often seen by clinical psychologists who treat people for anxiety disorders.
Sarah Laurie, as a phenomenon, was largely created by journalists who were looking for sensationalism and were too lazy to look for the truth, or didn't care about the truth.
Ms Laurie made many errors in her claims and in her approach to 'researching' wind turbines and illness.
In a world that is in dire need of action on climate change some are denying that it is happening, others want to support mining and the fossil fuel industry for short-term economic or selfish reasons, still others are in favour of renewable energy anywhere other than near them, while Dr Pierpont, Ms Laurie and those like them are slowing adoption of sustainable energy because of ignorance and delusion.