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With the Lessons from SA’s Wind Power Disaster Nothing Justifies the Endless Acoustic Torture of Wind Farm Victims

Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
The wind industry in Australia today is in a state of constant hysteria. The events that have culminated in South Australia’s electricity supply and pricing calamity have thrown a spotlight on wind power, with public sentiment shifting from benign indifference to outright hostility (readers of The Australian’s online stories…

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With the Lessons from SA’s Wind Power Disaster Nothing Justifies the Endless Acoustic Torture of Wind Farm Victims

Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
The wind industry in Australia today is in a state of constant hysteria. The events that have culminated in South Australia’s electricity supply and pricing calamity have thrown a spotlight on wind power, with public sentiment shifting from benign indifference to outright hostility (readers of The Australian’s online stories…

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New York Times: There Are Serious Problems With Wind And Solar

Originally posted on NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT:
By Paul Homewood? ? http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/20/business/energy-environment/how-renewable-energy-is-blowing-climate-change-efforts-off-course.html?_r=2 ? A thoughtful piece from the New York Times: ? Is the global effort to combat climate change, painstakingly agreed to in Paris seven months ago, already going off the rails? Germany, Europe’s champion for renewable energy, seems to be…

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Professor Peter Wadhams will not bet on his own sea-ice predictions

Another failed climate prediction…. Watts Up With That? Remember back in September 2012 Professor Peter Wadhams famously said that Arctic sea ice would disappear within four years? He also had another prediction in 2013, saying that due to the “methane emergency”, Arctic Sea ice would disappear within 2 years. Even Gavin Schmidt thought that was… Continue reading Professor Peter Wadhams will not bet on his own sea-ice predictions