Planes, trains and automobiles – and giant fans

Research links aircraft noise to higher rates of heart disease The Sydney Morning Herald 11 October 2013 Amy Corderoy, Rachel Browne Exposure to high levels of aircraft noise could put people at risk of developing heart disease and stroke, research has found. The results underline the sensitivity around choosing the site for Sydney’s second airport, […]

Response #4 to Chapman’s “study”

Professor Simon Chapman thinks that wind farm neighbours are making themselves ill (“nocebo effect”) through fear or envy or prejudice (Goulburn Post, 22.3.13). On the contrary, if neighbours are kept awake at night by audible low frequency noise in their bedroom, that is an adverse health effect, and no further proof is needed. Regular sleep […]