Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nursery chimes

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Panic – The Ice is melting! Or is it?

We have had everyone from eminent scientists to world leaders telling us that Global Warming is proven by the melting ice caps. When I say eminent scientists I mean people like Sir Paul Nurse, who is a  geneticist and therefore knows … Continue reading

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Wind farm deliveries are prone to accidents

Deliveries on unsuitable roads are a bane of those living near windfarm construction sites. This facebook page reflects only one Hungarian company’s problems. Memo to transport dept. Don’t employ Hungarian delivery drivers! The story ends here at Barnmoor Wind Farm

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Are off-shore wind farms safe for our cetacean species?

A pod of 40 pilot whales were spotted in shallow waters near the offshore wind turbines off the Essex coast. Observers said they appeared to be stressed and disorientated – one wale was found dead after the incident. Insufficient research … Continue reading

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National Trust for Scotland joins fight against Stronelairg windfarm

So Stronelairg isn’t dead and buried whatever SSE might hope! Well, when someone like the National Trust for Scotland start complaining, even the Government should start listening. Click for the article

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Is one gravy train hitting the buffers?

Agricultural subsidies for farmers who allow solar panels to be built in their fields will be scrapped to stop the English countryside from being ‘blighted by solar farms’, the government has announced. The Department for the Energy, Food and Rural … Continue reading

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Were you a Boy Scout?

It depends on the sort of person you are. Did you dig up the garden to install a fall out bunker during the cold war, now probably an underground pond or the centre of your mushroom business or did you … Continue reading

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Wind Farm overload!

Apologies if the Blog has been on the dark side for a few days. We really have descended into overload. Just when the mitigation work on the ‘Beauly Buzz’ was moving to completion, undergrounding is underground and fields turning green … Continue reading

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