Tracker wrote:Anyway, it seems we have had no luck drawing out some comment from anyone physically involved.
I'm not sure why you would expect anyone who has first hand experience of WTC to post here. Reading back on the thread you will see that the vast majority of people not only "don't believe in WTC" but are also fairly harsh about those who do. Most people will post in a forum where the majority share their views, which is why with a few notable exceptions (like the guy who worked for the power companies and posted anti PV rhetoric) most people here believe (to some extent) in global warming, are anti fossil fuels and pro renewable energy. Most of the long term contributors have invested in renewables, and have a lifestyle that is not completely mainstream. Can you imagine the flaming that would happen if someone were to post "I have WTC"?
By the way, as far as the "stress" aspect goes, I can tell you that it is very real. Whilst Gordon has mentioned studies that "prove otherwise", I find it very hard to believe that a windfarm 2km from my front door and smack bang in the middle of my lovely view will have no impact on my property value. I'm fairly certain that if anybody here thought that they might see 25% of their house value wiped off, they would also be stressed!