Monthly Archives: March 2016

University of Cincinnati Cover Up Pro Fracking Study

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By Paul Homewood? ? h/t Bloke Down The Pub ? http://freepressstandard.com/university-of-cincinnati-study-finds-frackings-bad-rap-is-not-supported/ ? Apparently it is not only Mikey who wants to hide the truth from the public. ? Read on:…

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Aviation is not a political ping pong ball

The importance of aviation safety is not an issue to be taken lightly or passed over on a political whim. This letter relates to the objection by the MOD of a wind farm in Caithness. One might reasonably assume that … Continue reading

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One step closer to blackouts

Euan Mearns Energy Matters Blog is disturbing as it is accurate

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Australian Senators Demand Wind Farm Moratorium: NHMRC (finally) Decides to Conduct Actual Health Research

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Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council long ago disqualified itself as a body fit, willing, or even able to investigate and report on the known and obvious consequences to human health and well-being…

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It takes an Australian Politician to ask the important questions!

Independent Senator for Victoria John Madigan has welcomed the announcement of a study into the effects of wind farms on human health, while calling for a moratorium on all future windfarm developments pending its outcome. This NHMRC’s announcement is in … Continue reading

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The Death of sustainable energy in Scotland

Today, Thursday 24th March 2016, must go down as the day that ended reliable energy supplies for Scotland. The closure of Longannet Power Station. I suspect few of us believed that it would actually happen and that a stay of … Continue reading

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German Doctors Spell Out the Serious Harm Caused by Wind Turbine Infrasound

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Sonic torture trap: evidence of harm mounts every single day. **** The wind industry has known about, attempted to cover up and lied about the adverse health effects caused by incessant turbine generated low-frequency…

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How Massively Subsidised Wind Power Destroys Power Markets & Economies

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Wind and solar have destroyed the ability of the market to signal price The Telegraph Rupert Darwall 7 March 2016 Before the election, high electricity prices made the Big Six energy companies everyone’s favourite…

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Small is beautiful

IS SMALL NUCLEAR BEAUTIFUL? Date: 20/03/16 John Constable Confidence in large-scale nuclear is ebbing in the United Kingdom. Can small-scale projects rescue this technology, and with it ambitions for a low-carbon economy? Perhaps, but government support, such as that announced … Continue reading

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Environmental Levies

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By Paul Homewood? ? Following last week’s budget, the Office for Budget Responsibility has published its Economic & Fiscal Outlook Tables, ie the detailed forecasts and assumptions for the economy…

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Amber Rudd – as seen through the Spectators eyes

I think these two paragraphs tell us all we need to know about Rudd and the DECC. The problem, Rudd says, was that under Labour and then Lib Dem control, the Department of Energy had not been run much like … Continue reading

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In Denmark wind power is loved, or is it!

This is the Danish anti wind movement in action. Vind-alarm-danmark  What may amaze you is how similar the comments are.  

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Not everyone in Holyrood is Stupid!

By Murdo Fraser, MSP Earlier this year, and under the weight of thousands of job cuts in the UK’s oil and gas industry, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon remarked that campaigns for the divestment of pension funds and others from the … Continue reading

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Many a true thing said in jest!

How many cows? A farmer named Sam was overseeing his herd in a remote hilly pasture in Hereford when suddenly a brand-new BMW advanced toward him out of a cloud of dust. The driver, a young man in a Brioni … Continue reading

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The Realities of Fracking

The anti fracking movement love scare stories but the truth is often more mundane.

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Latest info on Fracking from the BGS

PRESS RELEASE 1st March 2016 “Taking the stress” out of fracking Scientists at the British Geological Survey (BGS) have today published ground breaking research that will reduce the risk of earthquakes and borehole damage caused by fracking. Fracking for shale gas … Continue reading

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The end of the line?

Could this be why SSE has frozen the Loch Bruidhe line upgrade? The Court of Session decision has not yet been published. We may get sight of a copy – we have asked. In the meantime, this has been published … Continue reading

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