New information has come to light regarding early research into low frequency noise (LFN) and infrasound generated by wind turbines, which allows us to complete the following historical summary:
1. In the 1980s, NASA conducted extensive wind turbine research, which documented adverse effects of low frequency sound (LFN) and infrasound on human health and well-being.
2. In the mid-1990s, the wind industry established wind turbine noise standards that were specifically designed to cover up NASA’s findings.
3. Since then, governments worldwide have been duped into accepting the wind industry’s noise standards as adequate, or have been complicit in adopting them to further their own political interests.
4. In recent years, independent researchers have been rediscovering what NASA and the wind industry have known for decades about LFN and infrasound and their effects on human health.
5. Now, municipalities are considering regulation of LFN and infrasound from wind turbines for health and safety reasons.
Although there are thousands of…
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