Struan discusses the fallacy of industrial wind power and describes the widespread landscape vandalism that is taking place all over Scotland.
Matt Ridley | NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT As machines, wind turbines are pretty good already; the problem is the wind resource itself, and we cannot change that. It’s a fluctuating stream of low–density energy. Mankind stopped using it for mission-critical transport and mechanical power long ago, for sound reasons. It’s just not … Continue reading Wind turbines are neither clean nor green and they provide zero global energy
Monumental, Unsustainable Environmental Impacts Jul 01, 2017 | Paul Driessen | townhall.com . . . Renewable energy proponents pay little or no attention to the land and raw material requirements, and associated environmental impacts, of wind, solar and biofuel programs on scales required to meet mankind’s current and growing energy needs, especially as poor … Continue reading Monumental, Unsustainable Environmental Impacts
One of the many turbines seen leaking oil in Fond du Lac county wind projects. Winter 2010. For more information visit betterplan.squarespace.com Filmed in early March of 2010 in the We Energies Blue Sky/Green Field wind project near the towns of Marshfield and Malone in Fond du Lac County Wisconsin. Complaints have been made to … Continue reading Video: Wind turbine leaking oil Fond Du Lac County, Wisconsin
Each wind turbine embodies a whole lot of petrochemicals and fossil-fuel energy 29 Feb 2016 | Vaclav Smil | IEEE Spectrum Wind turbines are the most visible symbols of the quest for renewable electricity generation. And yet, although they exploit the wind, which is as free and as green as energy can be, the machines … Continue reading To Get Wind Power You Need Oil