Cohocton Wind Watch: Dr. Nina Pierpont - Wind Turbine Syndrome - excerpt links
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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Dr. Nina Pierpont - Wind Turbine Syndrome - excerpt links

The book is written, the peer reviews are in. All that remains are explanatory side-bar notes. Consider the following paragraph.

"The second critical element is central processing: how sensory information about motion and position is integrated by the brain, what other brain centers are activated, and what kinds of signals the system then sends back out to the body. Balaban and colleagues describe how the parabrachial nucleus network receives motion and position information from visual, vestibular, somatosensory, and visceral sensory input, and is linked to brain centers and circuits that mediate anxiety and fear, including serotonin and norepinephrine-bearing neurons from the midbrain and the amygdala, a key mediator of fear reactions. Neurologically, fear or anxiety and a sense of balance or stability in space are closely connected."

Wouldn’t you like to read this in plain English? So would I. That’s the reason for the side-bars: to render the tough clinical stuff into layman’s language.

The good news is, the majority of the report is readily comprehensible to laymen. (At least we think so.) However, where it launches into mind-numbing passages like that above, Dr. Pierpont is writing simple, non-technical explanations of what’s being discussed and its significance for Wind Turbine Syndrome.

Back to the excerpts. You will notice they are all in manuscript (typescript) format. In each case they represent the latest version of the ms. Be aware that the final, published version may differ somewhat from the text you read below, since the ms. is still, as of this writing, a work in progress. Nevertheless it is very close to final draft. Whatever revisions are made between now and publication will likely be minor. The Editor

»Preface

»Abstract

»Body of report: Text

»References

»Body of report: Tables

»Glossary

Published by K-Selected Books (Santa Fe, NM)

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