Eric Lubin, Erquy, France. Strategist for resolving world conflicts over ideologies and resources. See his Facebook page: During construction of 8.000 wind turbines in France, health budget suffered 8 billion credits deleted, 100.000 beds closed, 95 emergency services eliminated, half of the maternity leave in France. The comparison is unbearable. After three years of serious health crisis and now the fatal coronavirus, it is the budget choice of the state that is sick: only 25 % of wind turbines cost as much as the upgrade of our entire health system, estimated at 30 billion minimum. France has swallowed 120 billion in a gadget solution that claimed to replace nuclear with wind turbines.
John Shanahan, Civil Engineer, Editor of allaboutenergy.net: Recognizing opportunities and following up on them can make life a lot more interesting than a straight forward approach of deciding what you want to do and focusing just on that. See these examples. I've been amazingly fortunate.
Epoch Times, writer, Michael Walsh: Whether the coronavirus virus 2020 turns out to be the dire event some fear, or just a bad sort of virus that opportunistically kills the elderly and those with compromised immune systems, one thing is certain: When it finally runs its course, a whole lot of things are going to be very, very different in Europe and the USA.
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