SF6, Cattle, and AI: the increasing need for an “AnaMin” policy in the EU
Credit: F.H. Campbell, CENTER OF NEURONAL REGROWTH - The Hague / New York City, Published on September 22, 2019, linkedin.com ~~
Translate: FROM English | TO English
Translate: FROM English | TO English
There are actions now taken legally, on behalf of France’s farmers alarmed at the profound number of deaths of their livestock in fields that host so-called alternative environmentally-friendly wind turbines. There are also human complaints internationally. In all, the cause is frequently reported as a “mystery”.
But, this is hardly the case- and in fact, I argue that it confirms the need to change two policies: 1. on the standard for cloud network repository-driven AI that received government funding to help healthcare and climate policy and, 2. an urgently needed Anaesthetic Minimization policy (“Ana Min”)
The cause of deaths points to the accumulation and persistence of leaked Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) gas from turbines.
Turbines use the SF6 gas as part of combustion-risk retardant.
The gas is heavier than air.
And so, by its very nature, leaks of the gas immediately drop to the lowest points of elevation around the area of the turbine. Wherever the gas lands, it starts to pool in increasing concentrations, and easily inhaled by the cattle grazing farmland. It can continue to leak into underground holes or crates with tethered rabbit warrens, relatively undisturbed by lighter natural air that flows around it.
Turbine engineers and their manufacturers know gas leaks from the motor-equipment unit and accordingly their volumetric non-dissipation rate. The data is in their design and known to academic researchers as well.
Upon inhalation, SF6 gas exchange occurs within small pulmonary arteries no differently than gas exchange to do with oxygen, except that it has a lower solubility rate and it affects the brain (nervous system) like an unmonitored anaesthetic that will disrupt, impair or even kill depending on dosage. For this reason, it is a neurotoxin with properties that inevitably affect living humans and animal neuronal systems including related side-effects upon ingestion or inhalation at persistent levels of exposure.
Discharge of SF6 from the turbines can be proven to accumulate in stable periods throughout the day and night. #French livestock loses its hygiene rank when the byproducts of SF6 exposure is found in animals that have been left to suffer not just one day but, a whole year. The signs include disruption to genetic and hormonal signal processing essential for healthy tissue-level interaction. How did France handle affected-livestock? Were they fed to humans or other animals?
And, why have European government-sponsored agricultural and medical academic “centers of excellence” as well as pharmaceutical manufacturers not stepped up to help? They have access to data and the specifications, enough to well have predicted SF6 relationship to increasingly visible symptoms in cattle and humans internationally. Its uses, indications and warnings are all data-based evidence which is provided to research and user-endpoints wherever manufacturing technology performance and turbine operation safety are part of certification trials, or as part of medical surgical and pharmacological information disclusure, international trade distribution and storage labeling.
If the lack of active reaction was not due to data-awareness, then it was due to a lack of an effective Anaesthetic Minimization policy, i.e., one that would identify SF6 risks – and any other similar property-generating compound before it was allowed to be discharged into high level of exposure on the surface working level of our shared environment and as a highly likely cause of the neurological dysfunction seen by the victims to-date.
In general, an AnaMin policy would
- Substantially reduce risk of amnesiac-related cognitive impairment, including Alzheimer’s Disease and related inflammatory-disease type dementia by 75% within 4 years ( a bold prediction but, it is proven with data starting from 1933 that did not occur in disease affecting majority geriatric or women and girls of prior centuries).
- Reduce climate-change #globalwarming impact by 5-16% or higher in certain industries.
- Lead to much more curative medical standards of innovation in markets with surgical alternatives and cost-saving choices for ageing populations.
I am sorry the EU has no such policy.
I am also sorry that the data is there but, The correct healthcare and climate policy is not.
If these were in place, SF6 risk-factors would have popped up in a cellular geotimestamp on any research AI that was using #Google or #Copernicus tools, including proportional leakage volumetric dispersions calculated downstream and mappable to health risk levels for the farmers’ cattle . This should not to be confused with AI that is commercially promoted for higher-speed or accelerated storage-retrieval metrics, even if such are impressive for XR/VR endeavors on #NVIDIA servers. To me, today’s AI algorithms resemble what was built in the 1990s, still built for virtual models, still largely isolated and insensitive to “real” discrimination realities, some of which include the very corruption of their own data.
They are not able to predict relationships between hidden turbine gas leaks and cattle neurological dysfunction because they were migrated without intelligent sensitivity to real behaviors in diverse future scenarios, including those far outside the bandwidth of the developer team’s project goals.
At the very least, I hope this post can help clarify the so-called “mystery” between turbines and cattle in France.
If so, there are interim solutions that are pretty obvious to prevent more deaths and discomfort internationally. I do not need to describe those here.
F. Hanna Campbell, M.E., B.E.
This article is the work of the source indicated. Any opinions expressed in it are not necessarily those of National Wind Watch.
The copyright of this article resides with the author or publisher indicated. As part of its noncommercial effort to present the environmental, social, scientific, and economic issues of large-scale wind power development to a global audience seeking such information, National Wind Watch endeavors to observe “fair use” as provided for in section 107 of U.S. Copyright Law and similar “fair dealing” provisions of the copyright laws of other nations. Send requests to excerpt, general inquiries, and comments via e-mail.
|Wind Watch relies entirely
on User Funding