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Vermont Company Fined for Turbines Violating Noise Limits — State Board Member Says it Should Have Been More

Burlington Free Press (Vermont) — October 17, 2014 The state Public Service Board this week fined Green Mountain Power Corp. $1,000 for violating noise limits with its Lowell Mountain wind project. The penalty for the violations could have been up to $100,000. The board said Green Mountain Power’s agreement to conduct a year of continued […]

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U.S. Dept. of Energy Knew in 1985 About Infrasound Health Effects of Turbines After 6 Year Study

Mark Whitworth — Energize Vermont — October 18, 2014 Big Wind has a big public relations problem. A new WCAX poll shows public support for wind plummeting from 66 percent in 2013 to 50 percent now. Wind developers may search for clues about this reversal of fortune in a UVM honors undergraduate thesis written by […]

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Big Wind (TVO Preview)

Thanks to Ontario Wind Resistance for the heads up to this video and program.

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NAPAW: Will ILFN be the “silent” industry destroyer? Plympton Wyoming bylaw update

Dear friends, Please find attached a media release that we would appreciate having wide circulation. pdf file : media release v 4 plympton wyoming Word Document file:  media release v 4 plympton wyoming The implications of the Plympton Wyoming bylaw designed to address and mitigate ILFN, combined with the “Human Health Hazard” status declaration re the […]

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Ontario: MoE Approves Third Phase of Grand Valley Wind Farm Plan

(Editors Note:  So much for Wynne’s continued lies about more community input into these projects.  Now that they’ve won a majority, they will just run roughshod over all rural communities — DQ) Chris Halliday — Orangeville Banner — October 15, 2014 Opponents to the wind farm raise concerns about project’s proximity to the Luther Marsh […]

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Atmospheric Physicist Explains Why the 97% Consensus is an Urban Myth

Consensus is central to politics but irrelevant to science where logic and data prevail.  A simple internet search of “97% of scientists” finds a dozen articles that prove the oft-quoted claim is an urban myth. Ed Berry — The Missoulian — September 2014 The primary source of this hoax comes from a report by John […]

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UK: Government is Ignoring Health Risks Associated with Wind Turbines

Phil Higham, Lanreath Western Morning News — October 15, 2014 Phil Goodwin’s article “Living near wind turbines may be risk to hearing” (of October 6) refers to a small but convincing study by scientists from Munich University published by the Royal Society. He reports: “The study found that the physical composition of the inner ear […]

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Wisconsin: County Board of Health Declares Shirley Wind Farm a Health Hazard!!!

Edgar County Watchdog — October 14, 2014 BROWN CO., WI. (ECWd) – Tonight, October 14, 2014, the Brown County Board of Health voted to declare the Shirley Wind [Farm] a Human Health Hazard. The decision was based on a report of a year-long study conducted by the Enz family with some help from an Illinois […]

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Ontario: Canadian Nuclear Association Comes Out Swinging at Industrial Wind Industry (Finally)

Wind Farms Face Nuclear Attack John Miner — London Free Press — October 13, 2014 I’m green and you’re not. ​The battle to be embraced as the best environmental choice for Ontario’s electricity supply is getting down and dirty. Fed up with the wind farm sector enjoying what it considers an undeserved reputation as a pristine […]

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Antarctica Ice Coverage Reaches Record High: Top Climate Scientist Says “We Have More To Learn”

Climate Scientists losing confidence as four-deviations-above-average figures bust climate models Lewis Page — The A Register — October 9, 2014 Climate scientists have confessed they are baffled – yet again – by another all-time record area of sea covered by ice around the Antarctic coasts. “What we’re learning is, we have more to learn,” said […]

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(Video) Ontario Wind Turbines: A Money Pit

Click on image to go to Sun News video interview with Parker Gallant.  

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Irrefutable Proof that Climate Change Alarmists Are Stuck on Misery

We’ve all seen the article this week about the haulout of 35,000 walruses that congregated at Point Lay, Alaska, but in case you missed it, here it is… 35,000 Walruses Invade Alaska Beach As Climate Change Melts Sea Ice!!   This is normal behaviour for walruses.  In fact the first recorded sighting of this sort of behaviour […]

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Renewable Energy Versus Wildlife Conservation

Energy Trends Insider — October 9, 2014 The argument goes something like this: Real environmentalist: “We should not allow the destruction of orangutan habitat for palm oil biodiesel!” Apologist: “In fact by displacing fossil fuels, palm oil biodiesel is helping orangutans, as well as everything else that is alive on the planet! Orangutans are at […]

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The Folly of the ‘Settled Science’ Hype! Ya Gotta Read This!!

Tip o’ the hat to C. Berg for this fascinating find. “If future research confirms a Milky Way galaxy-biodiversity link, it would force scientists to broaden their ideas about what can influence life on Earth. “Maybe it’s not just the climate and the tectonic events on Earth,” says UK paleontologist Bruce Lieberman. “Maybe we have […]

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NASA Scientists Puzzled by Cooling on Both Land and Sea … Climate Alarmists say So What?

Tip o’ the hat to E. Jelinksi for this article. NewsMax — October 6, 2014 The deep ocean may not be hiding heat after all, raising new questions about why global warming appears to have slowed in recent years, said the US space agency Monday. Scientists have noticed that while greenhouse gases have continued to […]

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