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Unexplained Low Frequency Noise
Note: Technical papers distinguish infrasound (below 20 Hz) from low frequency noise (20-200 Hz), since 20 Hz is the lowest sound frequency considered by “experts” to be audible to humans. I have used the term Low Frequency Noise (LFN) in this document to refer to all sound frequencies below 200 Hz since I do not know what spectrum of low sound frequencies my wife is capable of hearing. Executive Summary On behalf of my wife and other people who are . . . Complete article »
Griffiths, Emyr; and Whiteway, Beverley
Destruction of Cefn Croes
These images and many more are available in high resolution on a CD compiled by the photographers. Request a copy from National Wind Watch. Right-of-way for transmission lines: What was once a mountain stream: Peat exposed by excavation – drying and shrinking (and releasing substantial carbon): On site cement factory: The heavy-duty roads are now used for rally racing(not much carbon savings there!): Complete article »
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