The wind turbine symbol of all that is good, renewable, green and politically correct is in reality an environmental holocaust for the countries like China that manufacture components for them, a subsidised failure at reliable electricity generation globally, they blight the lives of people forced to live within their shadow and they kill birds in huge numbers.
Yesterday Aardvark blogged about the desecration of the D Day beaches by bird choppers and finished the post with “Now if the area around the Normandy beaches were home to a threatened species of aquatic fruit bat then every NGO from Greenpeace to the WWF would be up in arms,” seems that Aardvark was wrong Wind Turbines are, in fact, the most sacred icon in the political Church of Climatology: Read the rest of this entry
Nowhere is safe from the inexorable advance of that symbol of the Church of Climatology, the wind turbine.
The Mont St Michel situated further up the coast from the D Day landing beaches and a UNESCO world heritage site is to be despoiled by bird choppers.
Now it is the turn of the D Day landing beaches to be despoiled by 100 of these 525 feet high blots on the landscape: Read the rest of this entry
The wind turbine one of the most sacred symbols of the Church of Climatology, these blots on the landscape blight communities, kill birds en masse and generate very little electricity when demand is at its peak.
In the recent very cold winter in Britain the wind farms actually consumed more energy than they produced, while in Canada a $200 million dollar wind farm was frozen solid for weeks.
In the United States Texas is in the grip of a heat wave which has set record demands for electricity and as usual the wind farms have failed spectacularly: Read the rest of this entry
In just under 4 minutes this video shows the real world of the wind turbine and the wind farm.
The impact that these icons of the Church of Climatology have on real people, communities and wild life.
This video sadly contains footage of birds of prey being killed by wind turbines, if you are distressed by images like this then it might be as well to not watch the video. Read the rest of this entry
This short video compilation exposes shocking images of death and destruction that is the hidden price of wind farms.
Blighted communities campaign to stop green lunacy, the toll on birds continues to mount, the environmental damage from wind turbine production in China is kept hidden Read the rest of this entry
A report from a British Conservation charity, The John Muir Trust has shown that our heavily subsidised wind farms operate at 21% efficency not the 29 – 30% efficency claimed by the Green evangelists.
The damage done to the nuclear power stations in Japan by the Tsunami, has given every gong banging moon barking Green Libtard the opportunity to bray endlessly about nuclear holocaust scenarios and how nuclear power is finished, and the only answer lies in those globally hated symbols of the Church of Climatology, the wind turbine.
In the United States, since 1970 accidents on wind farms have killed 35 people, in the same time period no one was killed in a nuclear accident.
Wind farms provide America with just 0.7% of it’s energy needs: Read the rest of this entry
Another wind turbine project in Scotland is under fire, this time near a historic stone circle in Aberdeenshire.
This stone circle is one of the oldest of its kind and is a scheduled monument, which should mean it is a protected site of national importance…. Read the rest of this entry
Wind farms dont work for a whole number of reasons ranging from too much wind, too little wind and the most common one of all: it’s too cold and they are frozen solid.
In Britain the wind turbines failed spectacularly during the recent cold spell, they either consumed more electricity than they produced, or at times of peak demand, British wind farms despite the huge investment in them, produced just 0.1% of our energy requirements.
The problem of frozen bird choppers is not just limited to Britain, in Canada where they are used to hard winters you would think Canadian wind turbines would be fit for purpose: Read the rest of this entry