Today Tonight Reports on Senate Inquiry Into the Great Wind Power Fraud

**** The Australian Senate Inquiry into the great wind power fraud kicked off on 30 March. And, fitting it was, that this band of merry men – Queensland National Senator, Matthew Canavan, WA Liberal, Chris Back, independents Nick Xenophon and John Madigan, Liberal Democrat, David Leyonhjelm, Family First Senator, Bob Day (and one, not-so-happy, Labor […]

Today Tonight Report on Steven Cooper’s Cape Bridgewater Acoustic Study

Cape Bridgewater Report Rodney Lohse Channel 7’s Today Tonight 16 March 2015 [Click on the image above and click through for the Today Tonight video. Transcript appears below.] Transcript Rosanna Mangiarelli: But we will start tonight with a wind farm war. Those who claim that turbines are having an impact on surrounding communities, versus those who […]

What REAL Experts are Saying About Steven’s Cooper’s Wind Farm Noise Study

**** In our recent post we popped up the study done by Steven Cooper at Pacific Hydro’s Cape Bridgewater wind farm, that’s sent the wind industry and its parasites into complete melt-down. Its keenest advocates have turned on Pac Hydro, with the kind of hate-filled vengeance (usually reserved for traitors) for letting Cooper off the […]

STT’s Australian of the Year Awards

**** Australians are a weird mob – as that, somewhat historically inaccurate, mash up demonstrates. “Cooky” was, of course, a Yorkshireman; and, strictly speaking, Burke, of Burke and Wills fame, was an Irish born solider and policeman. Ned Kelly, the only gluten intolerant bushranger in history – born in Victoria, to an Irish convict father […]

Alan Jones: Victims – Like Turbine Host David Mortimer – Vindicated by Steven Cooper’s Groundbreaking Wind Farm Study

David Mortimer – a turbine host (ie contracted farmer) for Infigen (see our post here) – was interviewed by Alan Jones on 2GB  last week. Alan, first gives great little wrap up of the evidence tying wind turbines to adverse health impacts, going back to Neil Kelley’s research in the 1980s and right up to […]

Steven Cooper’s Cape Bridgewater Wind Farm Study the Beginning of the End for the Wind Industry

**** Earlier this week, a small, but very effective, nuclear device was detonated at Cape Bridewater, which – before Union Super Funds backed Pacific Hydro destroyed it – was a pristine, coastal idyll in South-Western Victoria. The bomb that went off was a study carried out by one of Australia’s crack acoustic specialists, Steven Cooper […]

World First: Ontario Council Includes Infrasound in Wind Farm Noise Law

The most common source of complaint from those unfortunates forced to live next to wind farms is the incessant low-frequency noise and infrasound generated by giant industrial wind turbines: turning a quiet night in into an occasion of acoustic torture (see our post here); and destroying many a good night’s sleep (see our post here). […]

Pac Hydro’s Cape Bridgewater Wind Farm Victims Vindicated

Headache for residents after monitoring reveals bad vibes The Australian Graham Lloyd 2 August 2014 FOR the past two months, Melissa Ware’s 150-year-old stone-foundation house in the shadow of the Cape Bridgewater wind farm in Victoria has been wired to monitor sounds that cannot be heard easily by the human ear. Ware, who is partially […]

Mary Morris – STT Champion of Champions

STT readers will know how tough and persistent Mary Morris is from posts like this: A letter to the Environment Protection Authority, South Australia. When it comes to protecting her tight-knit little community at Waterloo, Mary will never ever back down. Back in January, South Australia’s rotten little EPA promised to do a detailed acoustic […]

A letter to Industry Minister, Ian Macfarlane

STT Champion, David Brooks, is leading the charge at Gullen Range in NSW – a disaster in the making. Here’s a letter David sent recently to Energy Minister Ian Macfarlane.  STT thinks it deserves nothing less than Macca’s earnest attention and immediate action in response. Dear Ian Macfarlane I am extremely concerned at reading a […]