Senator John Madigan Skewers Simon Chapman

Victorian Senator, John Madigan delivered an utterly brilliant speech in the Commonwealth Senate this week. See the video below; Hansard (transcript) follows. As to the Senator, John Madigan provides a salient example of what can happen when decency, integrity and courage all combine in defence of the weak and vulnerable among us; and in pursuit […]

With wind energy, your goose is cooked

Birds and bats cop it pretty rough when it comes to wind turbines entering their environment. But some animals are migratory, so when the low frequency noise and infrasound starts being emitted, that can take to the air and find somewhere else to call home. But what happens to animals when they can’t escape? It […]

Health Impacts of Waterloo Wind Farm

**** In the recent review (not study) of the health impacts of wind farms, the NH&MRC renewed their call for a precautionary approach and emphasised the need for more research. This recommendation echoed their earlier Rapid review, as well as the Senate enquiry in 2011 – that more research was needed as there was a […]

What wind swindlers always knew about turbine noise – the technical stuff

**** In our last post we covered the Graham Lloyd piece in The Australian on what the wind weasels have always known about infrasound and low frequency noise from giant fans and the impacts on neighbouring victims. We don’t like to gloat – but it was one of our research team that dug up the […]