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Author: Smith, Tim
What is Bisphenol A? Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical produced in large quantities for use primarily in the production of polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins. “Bisphenol A is the most toxic substance we know’ —Swedish Environmental Protection Agency New EU Hazard Classes 2023 • Endocrine disruption for human health • Very persistent, very bioaccumulative • Endocrine disruption for the environment • Very persistent, very mobile Avoid release to the environment! A different process takes place on the trailing edge . . .More »
Author: Wind Farm Living
These concise pamphlets were compiled by Wind Farm Living in Victoria, Australia. 0 The Battle of Armageddon 1 The Bald Hills Precedent 2 The Problems with Wind Turbines 3 Turbine Sickness 4 Loss of Amenity Is a Real Thing 5 Learnings from Bald Hills – The 4 Important Steps 6 Step 1 Gathering the Evidence 6 Step 2 Documenting the Evidence 8 The Bald Hills Boys Are Now the Law 9 Noise Compliance Is a Furphy 10 Data Points Are . . .More »
Author: Voskoboinick, Volodymyr
«Wind energy installations … generate acoustic waves and vibrations in the infrasound range. Research results have shown that this infrasound radiation has a significant impact on the environment, worsens ecology and has negative consequences for the health of living beings and, in particular, people who live and work near industrial wind turbines. Effects such as emotional/psychological disorders and sleep disturbances/failures, headaches, fatigue, decreased concentration and impact on quality of life are caused by local residence of wind energy facilities.» Volodymyr . . .More »
Author: Sharman, Rachel; et al.
Pre-Sleep Cognitive Arousal Is Negatively Associated with Sleep Misperception in Healthy Sleepers during Habitual Environmental Noise Exposure: An Actigraphy Study Abstract – Specific noises (e.g., traffic or wind turbines) can disrupt sleep and potentially cause a mismatch between subjective sleep and objective sleep (i.e., “sleep misperception”). Some individuals are likely to be more vulnerable than others to noise-related sleep disturbances, potentially as a result of increased pre-sleep cognitive arousal. The aim of the present study was to examine the relationships between . . .More »