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Bad vibrations  

No one will insure against wind turbine vibration consequential harm such as landslip, flooding, water pollution, wiped-out fish stocks, damage to whisky/bottled water industries, tourism and other potentially serious problems outlined in my petition to the Scottish Parliament.

Scottish MSPs are now considering raising a parliamentary question or motion calling for a moratorium on all wind farm installations, and Parliament has required the Scottish Government’s chief scientist to consider these vibrations.

So who will bear such losses? Taxpayers, business and landowners? – Yours etc,

Dixie Dean (Prof. Em.), 23 Queen’s Own Place, Forres.

The Northern Scot

16 May 2008

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