Well written piece for who ? It's a well written piece for Ketan Joshi's employer "Infigen Wind Energy" and his good friend Professor Simon Chapman who he irresponsibly cites as a champion for making fun of people suffering from this syndrome. Earlier in this thread, this Chapman clown was heralded for his bogus "Nocebo effect", but he was also called on publicly the carpet for his part in the Dr Sarah Laurie character assassination by anonymous letter that attempted to get her fired and her work on the Wind Turbine Syndrome discredited. allegations dealt with Yeah boy, that's what real peer-reviewed science is all about these days. Now if you wish, you can find more of his Wind Industry pimping swill Here Ketan Joshi like his good buddy Simon Chapman is also critical and hateful towards Dr Sarah Laurie. In fact while apparently Chapman admits the anonymous draft [hence the public humiliation] there is also suspicion that Ketan Joshi may have such knowledge of this letter. The format of the complaint is very similar to that used by Infigen in its responses. Ketan (Infigen e3mployee) has denied to have been the author of the complaint, but refuses to elaborate whether the complaint came out of the offices of Infigen. The funny thing is that there was far more research done about this Wind Turbine noise complains years before, but Ketan conveniently ignores this as any good fraud would. Instead he levels his attacks on both these women. The Daniel Shepherd paper had been in the public domain for a year and it's been peer reviewed, published. Here And Professor Henrik Moller and Professor Christian Sejer Pedersen of Dänemark published the following article in mid-2011 using the wind industry’s own figures. Low-frequency noise from large wind turbines . Of course, no doubt these won't be considered credible peer-review even though such is religiously insisted upon these days. And yet, the Danish Government [big wind industries backyard] takes all these peer-reviews seriously as they are putting a halt on more Turbine farms. [video=youtube;J2xOnHL1vas]https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=J2xOnHL1vas[/video] So yes, Ketan Joshi , employee and spokesman for Infigen Wind Energy, [former Babcock and Brown] has a vested interest in his company's wind energy interests going forwards. To his credit, he even admits his employment does colour his bias for reporting and writing.