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Ramsele, Sweden Residents Hold Protest March Against Wind Turbines

Ramsele, Sweden (Population roughly 950) held a demonstration against wind turbines on February 14, 2015.    Well done to get this size of a crowd out in such a small little town.  It says a lot.  Tip of the hat to C. Berg for this video. Click here to view the video posted on FB  (There is […]

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‘Big Wind’ destroys the environment while providing no net benefit

Mary Kay Barton — Orleans Hub — February 11, 2015 Considering the history of complete and utter civil discord created by Big Wind projects in rural New York State communities over the past decade – and the fact that industrial wind is a net economic and environmental loser – Orleans and Niagara County residents should […]

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Peer-reviewed literature supports anti-wind sentiment

Ryan Taylor — Delmarvnow.com — February 12, 2015 In a recent WBOC newscast, Paul Harris, development manager for Pioneer Green’s Somerset County wind farm project, said there are “more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific studies that dispel health concerns related to turbines.” I asked Harris to provide a list of these publications, which he did. Upon […]

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The Green Party, Rick Mercer and the Huff. Post are Mad Because P.M. Harper Won’t Encourage the Use of Fossil Fuels

Yep, that’s right.  If you want to see faux-environmental and liberal hypocrisy on full display, just check out Rick Mercer’s rant about the Federal Conservatives not doing more to promote tourism to Canada from other countries.  The Huffington Post showcased the rant and of course, all of the liberal hypocrites are screaming about the fact […]

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Australia: Research council calls for further study into ‘wind turbine sickness’, sets aside $500,000 in grants

Sarah Phillips — ABC (Australia) — February 11, 2014 The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australia’s premier health research body, has called for Australian scientists to look into so-called “wind turbine sickness”, saying that very few scientifically rigorous studies have been done. The council has set aside $500,000 in funding grants for the […]

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#2 — CARBON TAX — WYNNE’S 4 YEAR MAJORITY FOCUS SERIES

Continuing with #2 in our series on the 4  year majority that Ontariowe handed the Liberals.  Feel free to pass these around to remind everyone that not taking your voting rights seriously, can have dire consequences Carbon Taxes — another cash grab that will continue to drive businesses and jobs out of the province.

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New York City’s First “MASSIVE” Wind Turbine!!! How big is it you ask? Now don’t laugh…..

160 feet tall — producing 100KW….or as the New York Times say, enough to power one light bulb for 100 years.  And the great thing is, it only cost $750,000 which the wind company says will pay for itself within 5 years…..while producing enough power to light one bulb for a century.  So the question […]

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The Ontario Clean Energy Benefit and it’s costs to taxpayers…

Originally posted on Tye's Blog:
You know the Ontario Clean Energy Benefit that is taking 10% off your hydro bill every month? Guess who is paying? You! This “clean energy benefit” is the same one that is costing taxpayers $ 1 billion. One Billion dollars a year! The same ratepayers that are saving 10%…

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Germany: “Not All Things Green Serve the Purpose of Nature Conservation”

Germany’s “energywende” threatens migratory bats Forschungsverbund, Berlin — February 11, 2015 Numerous bats are killed by German wind turbines. The number of such turbines, already very high, is planned to be increased further. More than two-thirds of bats being killed by wind turbines on German ground are migrants on their way between summer and winter […]

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A Comparison Diagram Between Wind and Nuclear

From the Canadian Facebook Group “Talk Nuclear” 

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Wind Turbine Infrasound Recordings Shown On An Oscilloscope

Special thanks to J. Addie from Ireland for showing us this video made by Kevin Dooley in a couple of Ontario homes. Click here to watch video showing the distinct fingerprint of nearby wind turbines.

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Third in our Wynne focus series — the Sudbury election

The complete lack of moral fibre and integrity behind the Sudbury voters decision to hand the Liberals another win, defies all logic and reasoning.

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Germans Feel the Burden of Its Shift to Renewable Energy

(Take note of which countries make up 2 of the top 3 in terms of electricity prices in Europe.  The ones most heavily into wind. Coincidence??? — DQ) Stratfor Enterprises — February 5, 2015   Germany is experiencing deflation for the first time since 2009. Though other factors have certainly contributed to the economic decline, […]

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Ontario’s big wind bonanza: Over 90% of subsidies funneled to just 11 companies

Brady Yauch — Financial Post — February 4, 2015 When the Ontario government launched its Green Energy Act (GEA ) in 2009, it promised “new green economy jobs” and ” a wide range of economic opportunities.” Then Minister of Energy George Smitherman argued that the GEA would be a boon to Ontarians of all stripes: […]

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A Great Diagram to Help People Understand How a Turbine Can Impact Its Neighbours

This is a useful tool to use to show people how much one turbine can impact the property values of homes around it.   Now imagine if any of Farmers B through E have a second neighbour with a turbine.  They are completely prevented from ever doing anything on their own property again.  But turbines don’t […]

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Ontario:Wind Turbine Working Group Opposes Plan for More Wind Power Proposals

Janice MacKay — Blackburn News.com — January 30, 2015 The Multi Municipal Wind Turbine Working group has written a letter of protest over the province’s request for new Wind Power Proposals. Chair and Arran-Elderslie Deputy Mayor Mark Davis is asking the Minister of Energy why the province wants to add another 300 MegaWatts of wind […]

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Five reasons why it is folly to adopt wind power as an energy source

Tip o’ the hat to Sherri Lange of NAPAW for this article. Irish Examiner — January 23, 2015 While the arguments for wind power seem straightforward and compelling, Wind power would reduce our dependency on foreign oil, wind power is clean and would allow for the shut down of dirty fossil fuel fired power plants. […]

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