Skip to comments.Welcome to Green Energy Poverty Week(DENIER!!!)
Posted on 04/21/2016 9:40:38 AM PDT by rktman
Friday is Earth Day for the left and youll hear no end of crowing about it. Not by accident, it also coincides with the day that the Paris Climate Agreement supposedly goes into effect. This plan, which President Obama signed onto in a non-binding fashion without any sort of blessing from Congress, signals the start of something very different: the prospect of rapidly rising energy costs in America for no discernible payoff. For that reason, those in the energy community have chosen to counter Earth Day by naming April 17-23 Green Energy Poverty Week.
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Nobody suggested silencers on the wind turbines? :>)
Big Blow tried to convice us that these 500 foot tall spinning monuments to Gaia made absolutely no noise.
I’ve worked around the damned things. That is an absolute lie.
Besides the Whoosh Whoosh, there’s a low level grinding noise that really grates on on one.
Just wait til one of those blades fatigues and flies off. Don’t want to be around she that happens.
Just had one break April 5th about 2 miles from this house. (3rd one in this 145 unit farm in 2 years)
It ended up a couple hundred feet from the base, but the people living 1200’ away said it sounded like thunder and shook their house.
BROKEN: A second blade has fallen from a wind turbine in the Wildcat Wind Farm in Tipton County in around two months. A spokesperson for General Electric, which manufactures the blades, said early signs indicate lighting was the reason the blade on a turbine near 500 East just north of Ind. 28 fell off Wednesday night. Carson Gerber| Kokomo Tribune
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