Skip to comments.In China, the true cost of Britain's clean, green wind power experiment: Pollution
Posted on 01/31/2011 9:08:49 AM PST by ruralvoter
On the outskirts of one of Chinas most polluted cities, an old farmer stares despairingly out across an immense lake of bubbling toxic waste covered in black dust. He remembers it as fields of wheat and corn. (snip) Vast fortunes are being amassed here in Inner Mongolia; the region has more than 90 per cent of the worlds legal reserves of rare earth metals, and specifically neodymium, the element needed to make the magnets in the most striking of green energy producers, wind turbines.
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Nuclear power still seems to be the best energy source we have ever developed but we are to ignorant to use it.
lolz. Have you seen the satellite pictures of that giant pollution cloud out of China spanning the Pacific and infesting California? Yea, Europes green is Californias black lung epidemic. Good to know how the enviro-wackos are healing the planet.
The way it was taught in my Thermodynamics class was:
1. You can’t win.
2. You can’t break even.
3. And, you can’t get out of the game.
I've never heard a quip about the zeroth law either, have you?
Humans are too ignorant, and too evil. Add in Equal Employment Opportunity laws and we are better off going with clean coal.
> “I’ve never heard a quip about the zeroth law either, have you?”
No. Afraid not.
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