“Europe’s Ill Wind: Wind Turbines & the Tissue of Lies” (UK)

Oct 15, 2010

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  1. Comment by Jon Boone on 10/15/2010 at 10:34 am

    This is a nice complement to “Life Under a Windplant.” However, they still don’t have the right slant. The problems with wind really begin when there’s lots of it–not when there’s too little.

    The real slant is that wind is the dumbest modern power idea imaginable; it is the instrument of kleptocracy.

  2. Comment by John Gilbert on 10/15/2010 at 12:47 pm

    I can’t afford broadband so don’t get to see any youtube. I wonder what percent of Prince Edward County, Ontario residents (or summer residents) have only dial-up Internet? I could go to the local library’s computer 15 miles away to watch youtube, but I don’t.

    If there were a few big pockets anti-wind donors, one day those old people who don’t / cannot use computers, could receive costly snail mail communications from the resistance. Big Wind has this $advantage.

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