WHO Radio, Jan Mickelson - "Are wind farms saving or killing us?"Submitted by Realdeal on Thu, 09/27/2012 - 18:02
Today Jan Mickelson, the WHO radio talk show host who introduced Ron Paul to Iowans way back in 2007, asked whether Iowans were affected health wise by windmill turbines in their back yard. It seems that England is seeing a public healthcare situation due to windmill farms.
"The symptoms they claim to have suffered may vary – dizziness; balance problems; memory loss; inability to concentrate; insomnia; tachycardia; increased blood pressure; raised cortisol levels; headaches; nausea; mood swings; anxiety; tinnitus; palpitations; depression – but the theme remains the same."
Mickelson asked Iowans to call into the show if they have had any ill effects from these wind mills. With only minutes until the show was over, people started to call in. One woman, who needed to remain anonymous due to a settlement with the industry, called in to tell Iowans about the health problems that happened to her after a couple of years with windmills as close as a quarter a mile from her house.
Here is the link for today's show podcast: http://mickelson.libsyn.com/thursday-september-27-2012 Skip ahead to about the 1 hour mark.
BTW- Congratulations to Jan Mickelson who was just named Medium Market Personality of the Year at the 2012 National Association of Broadcasters' Marconi Radio Awards.