Monthly Archives: December 2012

Euro Bulb Fiasco

Is your wife threatening to throttle you because she can’t see to read, knit, sew or various other household chores BECAUSE SHE CAN’T SEE? Are you all fed up with the Doom and Gloom that has nothing to do with … Continue reading

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Loch Ness Ring of Steel (Update)

These are all Loch Ness Area and include Allt Duine, Daviot and Moy which are on the A9 approach to Inverness but will be seen from the high areas of the Monaliadths and as well by anyone approaching by air … Continue reading

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UK Industry is driving the dash to gas!

Contrary to the Wind industry where the technology is provided by nearly every country but the UK. the Dash to Gas is already involving a great number of specialist British Companies. This can only build jobs in the UK and … Continue reading

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Is there a Future in Wind farms?

The Renewable Energy Foundation [1] today published a new study, The Performance of Wind Farms in the United Kingdom and Denmark,[2] showing that the economic life of onshore wind turbines is between 10 and 15 years, not the 20 to … Continue reading

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The truth about undergrounding. Ofgem fund £970 million

A bit late for the Beauly-Denny Line and the damage to the Highlands and the Wallace Memorial. PRESS RELEASE FROM OFGEM …… Major projects include the building of a sub-sea link to connect Scotland with England and Wales. Ofgem has … Continue reading

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SNP at the Ryder Cup 2014? (you will need the volume up)

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Wind Turbine Property Loss

A new must see web site that defines all elements of Property Value Loss worldwide

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Fracked Gas, Nuclear or Wind?

Fracked Gas is a no brainer but today I read an extremely well written comment on nuclear fusion. I copy it without apology and credit it to an unknown Scotsman. The Coulomb Barrier is the energy barrier of electrostatic interaction … Continue reading

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Delingpole at his best

This is a great piece written by James Delingpole. He questions the morality of installing wind turbines. Would the same people, who blithely sign up for the rewards with no thought to the impact on their neighbours or the landscape, … Continue reading

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£2 billion Giveaway by Ed Davey

So we have six more years of austerity in front of us. With thieves like our Secretary of State for Energy around we should not be surprised. He is dipping his hands into every one of our pockets to the … Continue reading

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Open Letter to UN Secretary General

After wild assertions that the world is going to stop turning; well I can overstate things too; made by Ban-Ki-Moon, UN Secretary General in the General Assembly, at Yale, and in Al Gore’s “Dirty Weather” webcast, some one hundred and twenty five … Continue reading

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Save Our Scotland

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SNP policy will cost Scottish homeowners £469 each before one watt of electricity by 2020

THE true cost of Alex Salmond’s wind farm obsession can today be revealed as £1.2billion, dealing a crippling blow to families all over Scotland. Paula Murray, The Express This is not a report by Delingpole or another anti wind Journalist. … Continue reading

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