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(CFACT, Paul Driessen) USofA - The Giga and Terra Scam of Offshore Wind Energy
03.Nov.2019
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Paul Driessen, senior policy analyst for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow: “Offshore wind currently provides just 0.3% of global power generation,” IEA executive director Fatih Birol noted. But “wind farms” constructed closer than 37 miles from coastlines around the world, where waters are less than 60 meters (197 feet) deep, could generate 36,000 terawatt-hours (36 million gigawatt-hours or 36 billion megawatt-hours) of electricity a year. More turbines will mean countless seagoing birds will get slaughtered and left to sink uncounted and unaccountable beneath the waves. The eventual jungle of fixed and floating turbines will severely interfere with surface and submarine ship traffic."Greenpeace and others protesting CO2 and global warming, based on a mere BELIEF, like any other religion, is as laughable (if it weren't for their wilful and unlawful disruption of honest TAX-PAYING citizens' lives) as demanding the government 'do something' about the length of daylight, or the force of gravity, or the composition of Jupiter.

Advocates for wind energy don't care about people, wildlife or the environment! They don't care that wind energy varies wildly with change in wind speed. They don't care that there can be no wind at many locations for days. They don't care that wind turbines kill and injure wildlife by the thousands. They don't care about the massive waste problem old wind turbines will cause FOREVER. They just want their way or the highway. How good a plan is that? Advocates for wind energy don't care about people, wildlife or the environment! They don't care that wind energy varies wildly with change in wind speed. They don't care that there can be no wind at many locations for days. They don't care that wind turbines kill and injure wildlife by the thousands. They don't care about the massive waste problem old wind turbines will cause FOREVER. They just want their way or the highway. How good a plan is that?
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