What would Ohio farmer do with this ‘rare’ BigWind event?

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Screen Shot 2019-03-19 at 9.06.47 AM.pngWhy is it that something, BigWind touts as ‘RARE’, seems to be occurring so darned often?? We have blogged about countless fires. This nacelle (middle of machine) is described as being as large as a school bus and we know the blades to be longer than a football field.  People, mistakenly, do not realize the size and danger of these machines.  We liken it to walking the strip in Las Vegas.  A casino may ‘appear’ to only be a block away, but our view is distorted because of the size. The walk ends up being much farther away.  Turbines ‘appear’ to be small machines, from a distance, but in reality, they are very large industrial machines.  Such machines do NOT belong next to a child’s playground or a home! Imagine if this fire had occurred in Ohio during a summer? The fire would have spread like a wildfire out West!…..

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Many in L’Anse community oppose wind turbines

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US Wind Player “RES Americas” Warns of Impending Supply Bottlenecks as PTC Disappears

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View map: Wind farm foes release project sight analysis

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Press Release: FRIENDS OF THE HURON MOUNTAINS Virtual Reality Viewer

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