Monthly Archives: April 2015

Why Reliable Information on Wind Power is So Important!

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Are wind farms an ecological disaster or a benign source of energy?

Well if you live in a city and use electricity you probably believe that wind energy is benign. If you walk the hills or live in the country you may be aware of the ecological damage done to the environment … Continue reading

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Huge wind farm corruption scandal in Spain

Originally posted on World Council for Nature:
Spanish tax agency uncovers wind farm payoff scheme Only part of the Spanish press covers the story, and television channels ignore it so far. The wind business is taboo in this country, where…

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Michigan: County Pushes Stop Button on Wind Development

Originally posted on Quixotes Last Stand:
New regulations will include increasing the setback distance for the turbines, creating tighter noise restrictions, eliminating turbine flicker for the homes of nonparticipating residents, and a ban on wind development within three miles of the…

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Wind, The Big Swindle!

A video from France that exposes all that we have experienced. As the French Government runs cold on Nuclear which has served them so well in the past the wind lobby is there with the wild promises. The video has … Continue reading

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A fond farewell to the magnificent Monadhliath

Originally posted on Backpackingbongos:
I stood under blue skies and hot sun, after stopping to strip down to just a baselayer. A welcome relief after three days of freezing temperatures and limited visibility. The high plateau stretched into the far…

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Could you live with this?

Those that live in an urban environment welcome wind turbines as a clean convenient technology. After all they live with the continuous noise of cars, trains and people. What are the rural dwellers complaining off? Well hopefully this will open … Continue reading

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