Resource Documents by Colling, David
Havas, Magda; and Colling, David
Wind Turbines Make Waves: Why Some Residents Near Wind Turbines Become Ill
Abstract: People who live near wind turbines complain of symptoms that include some combination of the following: difficulty sleeping, fatigue, depression, irritability, aggressiveness, cognitive dysfunction, chest pain/pressure, headaches, joint pain, skin irritations, nausea, dizziness, tinnitus, and stress. These symptoms have been attributed to the pressure (sound) waves that wind turbines generate in the form of noise and infrasound. However, wind turbines also generate electromagnetic waves in the form of poor power quality (dirty electricity) and ground current, and these can . . . Complete article »
Electrical Pollution and Wind Turbines
David Colling of Ripley, Ontario, explains the connection between wind turbines and dirty electricity. Many rural residents who live in Industrial Wind Developments are experiencing many ill effects from these installations because of the electrical pollution. This presentation was made in Adelaide, Ontario, in September 2009 and is made available in 3 parts via You Tube by Wind Action Ontario. Complete article »
High-frequency electrical pollution from Ripley Wind Farm
All the Ripley Wind Farm readings where recorded in the same way, measuring the waveform from the ground wire at the transformer pole or the ground wire on the collection poles from the windmills to a remote ground rod approximately 20 meters from the pole we were measuring at. When the Feeder 3 was isolated, therefore shutting any generation from the windmills west of the substation, most of the high frequency electrical pollution disappeared at Eadie’s, however there was a . . . Complete article »
Search all of documents for "Colling, David".
Search entire site for "Colling, David".