Archive | June, 2013

Government, Weather and Climate Science is a Proven Disaster

Dr. Tim Ball — June 26, 2013 “It occurred to me…” At what point does the thick skin required for leadership become completely insensitive? Barack Obama’s draconian plan to stop climate change is based on the certainty of forecasts of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) under the control of the World Meteorological […]

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Britain Can’t Afford to throw Money at Wind Power

The Telegraph (UK) — June 29, 2013 We make no apology for returning once again to the subject of wind power – as our Letters page illustrates, it is a topic that greatly concerns Sunday Telegraph readers, some of whom find themselves at the sharp end of the controversy when wind turbines are proposed or […]

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Wind power blowback

Originally posted on FAUXGREEN:
Why is Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne persisting with the heedless and cruel deployment of monstrous industrial wind factories when, by now, people who’ve done their homework know that wind turbines are economically and environmentally ruinous, cause untold health and property misery, destroy avian life, and despoil the Ontario landscape? What kind…

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Blackouts looming for the UK due to cockamamie Wind Farm schemes which are a total failure

Stephen Pollard — The Express — June 29, 2013 MY first political memory is of darkness. More specifically it is from the 1973/74 miners’ strike and the then energy secretary Patrick Jenkin imploring the nation to brush our teeth in the dark and save energy. I thought it was rather funny seeing this strange man […]

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Wind Power Lunacy

Alan Caruba — Canada Free Press — June 28, 2013 Can you love nature when it is covered with wind turbines? Or solar panels? Putting aside the scientific, engineering, and economic idiocy behind the use of wind turbines andsolar panels to generate less than three percent of the electricity used nationwide—or that, if the wind is not blowing and the sun not […]

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Climate Change Deception Easy Because Most Don’t Understand Basic Science and are Easily Fooled

Dr. Tim Ball — June 27, 2013 “It occurred to me….” When somebody says “let me be honest with you” does it mean they haven’t been previously? Two videos reveal important information about why and how the global warming/climate change deception was, and continues to be, successful. The major reason is because only 20 percent […]

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Is Carbon Dioxide Guilty and Global Warming Settled Science?

Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh — Canada Free Press — June 29, 2013 If you ask the global warming alarmists, scientists with a liberal agenda who hide and delete research data to fit their talking points, corrupt third world countries that run the United Nations, and the globalist proponents of UN Agenda 21, the answer is yes. If […]

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Blowing our tax dollars on windmills

Michel Kelly-Gagnon — June 28, 2013 Who doesn’t love windmills? The very word conjures up nostalgic images of solitary brick or wooden towers with vanes set against picturesque fields. Of course, wind farms nowadays are filled with row upon row of tall, steel tube towers, but even these wind turbines have a sparse, modern beauty […]

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Amherst Island will be overwhelmed by wind turbines

Elizabeth Barr — Toronto Star — June 28, 2013 Back when children sat too close to television screens, I used to press my small nose to the TV to watch a dreadful show called Queen for a Day. Contestants would tell their sad stories, and say what a monetary prize would do to make them happier. […]

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Know your enemy: The Alarmist Scientist

Pointman — June 28, 2013 I’d like to preface this piece by saying there are a number of scientists doing significant work in the field of climate science whom I deeply respect. They have all along raised the balanced doubts about the supposedly “settled” science and I’ve no doubt taken some easily avoidable professional damage […]

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Wow, look at this. Deleted emails with the Ornge scandal too.

Melanie Anderson — QMI Agency — June 28, 2013 LONDON, Ont. – Ontario officials may have deleted e-mails about the controversial Ornge air ambulance, Health Minister Deb Matthews acknowledged Thursday. Her comments were made after her ministry turned over 1.5 million documents about Ornge to the public accounts committee, more than 100 boxes in all, […]

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Dalton McGuinty’s gas plant legacy hurting Kathleen Wynne, poll suggests

Premier Kathleen Wynne’s honeymoon is ending thanks in part to her controversial predecessor, Dalton McGuinty, a new poll suggests. Robert Benzie — Toronto Star — June 28, 2013 Premier Kathleen Wynne’s honeymoon is ending thanks in part to her controversial predecessor, Dalton McGuinty, a new poll suggests. Wynne’s Liberals have slipped behind the Progressive Conservatives, […]

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Local Wind Power – A good neighbour…?

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People flock from all over the UK to see extremely rare bird seen for first time in 22 years — only to see it killed by a wind turbine. The irony is staggering.

Melanie Hall — The Telegraph — June 27, 2013 Twitchers flocking to see rare bird saw it killed by wind turbine Scores of twitchers flocked to the Outer Hebrides to see a bird that has been recorded just eight times previously in the UK in nearly 170 years – only to see it slain by […]

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Meaford: We’re not a Willing Host to Wind Turbines

Stephen Vance — Meaford Independent — June 26, 2013 The topic of wind turbines was before Meaford’s council once again. At their June 24 regular meeting, Deputy Mayor Harley Greenfield asked his fellow councillors to endorse a statement to Ontario’s Premier advising that Meaford is not a “willing host” for wind turbine developments. “Whereas the Premier […]

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