A comment plucked from the internet! We visited Whitelee back in June. Just after that visit Whitelee reported their visitor numbers. We couldn’t see how they got to this figure based on what we observed whilst there. The data later … Continue reading
Press Release – 29th October 2012 – For immediate release Appeal to Green Energy Companies to Help Protect Scotland’s Mountains Scottish Ministers Accused of Natural Heritage Leadership Failure Green energy companies gathering for a major exhibition and conference in Glasgow … Continue reading
Holland, we are told is a country that has embraced wind and whose people are very happy with it. That’s the Spin. We know from such as EPAW that the truth is somewhat different but now it would seem that … Continue reading
Germany is one of the best resourced countries for wind in Europe but the impact on industry of intermittent wind is causing great concerns. The other side of the coin is what do you do with the surplus. In the … Continue reading
“He who tells a lie is not sensible of how great a task he undertakes; for he must be forced to invent twenty more to maintain that one.” Alexander Pope Alex Salmond is accused of lying over the EU advice … Continue reading
This is a Computer game built around making mega bucks constructing wind farm. Indoctrination of the young? However the young are less easily fooled as ten out of twelve on the first page of comments described it as rubbish. Hey … Continue reading
The photograph is of oil leakage from offshore wind turbines. The two proposed windfarms by Seagreen, a joint venture between SSE Renewables and Texan firm Fluor Limited, are known as Project Alpha and Project Bravo. Initially, they want to build … Continue reading
Despite a great deal of lobbying Highland Council seems determined to foist turbines on Highland Schools. I see little consultation with parents here but I do see the dead hand of Climate Dogma appended at the bottom of the report. … Continue reading
A life-long environmentalist is killed in a plane-cash on the way to a “Save the planet” conference in Hawaii. Upon arriving at the pearly gates he is shocked to be told that he is destined for Hell. He’s not happy … Continue reading
The matter of EU membership is extremely pertinent to the Wind farm debate as it is precisely EU climate change targets that are rolled out to support the industry. So was the First Minister telling Porky Pies or just mis-understood. … Continue reading
“WHEN GOVERNMENTS fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny”. Former US President Thomas Jefferson had few links to Scotland, but for the growing anti-wind movement, his words could not be more apposite. … Continue reading
The one thing that shocked me at the British Society meeting was total disparity between what was being said at the meeting regarding the apparent lack of confidence in climate models represented by those present and the bombardment of climate … Continue reading
Case Study Wind Turbines Diminution Injurious Affection Oct-12 This is a varied study that covers a range of issues. Compare with the UK.
Wind farm developers and Govvernment don’t even consider Infrsound and Low Frquency Sound worthy of measurement. And what you don’t measure cannot be used against you! In the past low frequency noise and infrasound has been used by the defence … Continue reading
The Yellow on the Map of Scotland behind them is where Salmond has approved for Wind Farms!
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The turnout for Perth was excellent at around 400 demonstrators and the Blimp was clearly visible as you will see from the first shot. Salmond’s recent derogatory comments about stamping feet were obviously taken to heart and many of the participants … Continue reading
With our target set on CO2 reduction, India and China are building fossil fueled power stations at the rate of one a day. They have little choice as this headline outlines. Chris Booker has recently returned from India and finds things … Continue reading
WKN Energie AG, the German developers of the proposed Sallachy Wind Farm have promised University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) funding for five trainees for Renewable energy. The offer is dependant on the company receiving planning consent for their … Continue reading