Sorry to see that your only letter to the editor last week was originating from Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment.
Please let me know how many wind turbines would be necessary to replace the existing power generating means we have, including coal, nuclear, hydroelectrical, etc.
As far as I know, wind power generation (wind turbines) only fills a few per cent of the needed power in Ontario and around the world.
And it costs a lot of money and inconveniences a lot of people living close to these monsters.
While the makers of these machines become rich and famous, the persons accepting these machines on their grounds collect only drops of revenue from the price paid by Ontario for that “green energy.”
They are not the only solution to our need for electrical power. No wind, no power.
Just see how many turbines are disabled for mechanical and electrical problems when they are in use for only a few years.
They are so many ways to try and reduce illnesses, especially by looking at food, fast food and prepared meals (frozen also).
It seems to me that this
so-called “medical” approach it is another sneaky way to promote wind turbines by the way of “medical” advice.