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"The trouble with wind farms is that they have a very large spatial footprint for a piddling little bit of electricity. You would need 8oo turbines to produce the output of a coal-fired power station."
Sir Martin Holgate, Chief Scientist at the Department of the Environment of the British Government - October 2004
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Once upon a time I decreed that until Celebrities supported the ‘challenge to renewable energy’, the general public, and especially the urbanites, would act like sheeples and believe the lies. Now Griff Rhyss-Jones has joined the growing ranks of celebrities, … Continue reading
Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
Rip awakens to learn giant wind turbines have gone up all over the World ruining the ability of thousands to live comfortably in their own homes. In a recent letter to WA News, Peter…
Camera allegedly showing the North Pole melting turns out to be approximately 300 miles to the South
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Everybody’s seen this picture the last few days supposedly showing that the North Pole is melting. Turns out, that camera is on a buoy that has drifted approximately 300 miles to the south and…
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The Irish Examiner — July 29, 2013 In the light of the recent prolonged calm anti-cyclonic conditions prevalent in this country, it will not be reassuring to the hard-pressed Irish taxpayers that the subsidies…
One man’s view of the new Offshore Wind Farms
MAS Environmental have eight years experience in wind farm noise monitoring and have earn’t a great deal of respect for their professional and knowledgeable approach. A brief correlation between these actual data figures(see the link below) and those quoted on Environmental Statements … Continue reading
Those that follow my blog know I get kinda cross about the arrogance of planners and developers when aviation matters are raised. From recent comments by the chiefs of the Air Staff I am not alone. Over the last few … Continue reading
On the Present Halting of Global Warming Click on the link below to explore a well argued report that suggests that the Global Warming Mafia took short cuts in their methodology that questions the whole CO² mantra. As stated in … Continue reading
India and China have the largest growth of CO² output in the planet. There is a wind industry in India and it is in a spin. The problem is that India’s Central Electricity Regulatory Commission has brought in a directive … Continue reading
Following agreements to peg and reduce subsidies everyone was left in a state of shock when The Rt. Hon. Michael Fallon MP., the new Energy Minister, announced rises in subsidies through a strike price agreement. That he painted this as … Continue reading
The Scottish Government will only allow windfarms to be built where the impacts have been found to be acceptable – and unsuitable applications are rejected. Scottish Government mantra ….. I find that the issue to be addressed is whether the adverse … Continue reading
At the end of the Beauly-Denny line is the Wester Balblair substation. This collects all the power from the north of Inverness and channels it south. After a sometimes bitter battle the Scottish Government approved the line with only peripheral … Continue reading
RAF chiefs fear pilots’ lives are being put at risk by the number of windfarms being built in the Moray area. Papers lodged with the Scottish Government show military top brass are worried that turbines are jeopardising the safety of … Continue reading
Well, they don’t get much bigger. And this is bound for Scotland! OK, I doubt you will find it rolling down the A9 any day soon, much less the byways up to your local wind farm, but it is destined for a … Continue reading
Cause for celebration as the application for 23 wind turbines of 495ft, the highest onshore in the UK was refused under a Section 36 determination by the Scottish Ministers. The best part of three years hard work and worry which … Continue reading
Lobbying the president to shut off public debate on global warming, Enron requested Clinton to appoint a bipartisan Commission for high-level trashing of dissident scientists. The plan was that once the problem (imminent global catastrophe) was in place, the solution … Continue reading
For all those that actually ask the questions: The so called Climate Deniers Click here A somewhat light hearted but at the same time serious assessment of Climate and Change. By posting this we are not taking any position as our interest … Continue reading
Adler on Green Energy! Great clip!.
When we talk of wind we think of Germany and Denmark as the front runners in the wind industry but, in truth, we all followed where the US led. This goes by even before Enron when the US formed the … Continue reading
This from BBC Cumbria. Click here for video and story about the water problems that have beset a village and a trout farm since the construction of Tallantire Wind Farm by RES. Of course the hydrologists brought in by RES, no doubt … Continue reading