Over the years, we've written many articles about communities all over the world where people are being driven crazy by mysterious humming noises. Now there may be a new cause for this problem: Wind farms.
In the August 2nd edition of the Independent, Margareta Pagano reveals that living too close to the low frequency hum give off by wind turbines can cause heart disease, tinnitus, vertigo, panic attacks, migraines and sleep deprivation. She quotes US pediatrician Nina Pierpont as saying, "It has been gospel among acousticians for years that if a person can't hear a sound, it's too weak for it to be detected or registered by any other part of the body. But this is no longer true. Humans can hear through the [ear] bones."
And what they hear can make them sick.
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