Archive | April, 2014

Former NASA Scientist: Global Warming is Nonsense

Nick Hallett — Breitbart.com — April 26, 2014 A former NASA scientist has described global warming as “nonsense”, dismissing the theory of man-made climate change as “an unsubstantiated hypothesis” and saying that it is “absolutely stupid” to blame the recent UK floods on human activity. Professor Les Woodcock, who has had a long and distinguished […]

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Update on Plane Crash in S. Dakota — Collision with Turbine Blade, 1 killed on the ground

(The latest update on the plane crash in South Dakota yesterday that killed 4 indicates that 3 of the victims were in the plane, 1 was on the ground.  Investigations  so far have shown that the turbine is missing a blade, leading to speculation that the plane’s collision with the blade is what lead to […]

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There is NO Global Warming Consensus!

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Ontario: Replace Green Energy Act in favour of pollution control technology

The Windsor Star (Letters) — April 29, 2014 In 2005, a cost-benefit analysis was done on reducing air pollution from power plants in Ontario. This report from Powergrid International did not recommend the support of wind or solar power, in effect came out and condemned it, which we now call the Green Energy Act. The […]

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Today’s Kathleen Wynne poster. Suitable for distribution during an election.

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Beware of Wolves Wrapped in Climate Change Clothing (We Know Who They Are)

Alan Moran — Institute of Public Affairs —  April 4, 2014  In The Wolf of Wall Street, Leonardo DiCaprio’s mentor says, “Nobody knows if the stocks will go up, down, sideways” and explains that the stockbroker’s job is to “Move the money from your client’s pocket into your pocket”. There are similarities with the climate change […]

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Carmen Krogh to Give Speech on the Harm Caused by Wind Turbines at the University of Waterloo — May 7th

Originally posted on Global Wind Energy — The Human Impact:
Krogh-poster in pdf format ?

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Irish Lease Contracts for Wind Turbines Include Many Risks for the Landowner, None for the Developer

Originally posted on Global Wind Energy — The Human Impact:
Ken Whelan – Independent (IE) — 22 April 2014 Contracts signed by more than 1,000 farmers for the collapsed midlands’ wind energy projects should be reviewed as a matter of urgency, a legal expert has warned. While the midlands wind energy plans are in limbo…

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Nova Scotia: Tempers Flare at Wind Turbine Meeting (Where Have We Heard This Before?)

Tip o’ the hat to Wind Energy’s Absurd for the find. M Chiasson — Truro Daily — April 28, 2014 A public meeting this week regarding a wind turbine project for Greenfield and Lower Harmony quickly turned into a verbal confrontation between the developer and community residents. About 70 people attended a public meeting on […]

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4 Dead as Plane Smashes Into NextEra Wind Turbine in S. Dakota

Dirk Lammers — SfGate — April 28, 2014 SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A small airplane heading back to South Dakota after a Texas cattle sale crashed into a wind farm in foggy weather, killing the pilot and three passengers. Elizabeth Cory, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration, said the Piper 32 was traveling […]

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Ireland: Turbines a Single Chapter in a Complex Story of Rural Neglect

by Una D’Arcy On Tuesday, 14 April I marched in Dublin protesting against Industrial Turbines going into rural Ireland. The numbers were smaller than expected, probably because the government issued press releases over the weekend to say the project for the midlands had been shelved. The taxi drivers on O Connell Street were sweet and […]

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The Fallacy of Wind Energy — Minimum Power at Astronomical Costs

Matthew Hurwitz — Milford Daily News — April 28, 2014 America uses 4,047,765,000 megawatt hours of electricity … 4.047 billion megawatt hours The latest wind turbines produce a maximum of 2.5 megawatts when the wind speed is perfect. Wind turbines start operating at wind speeds of 4 to 5 meters per second and reach maximum […]

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Polar bears in the Arctic are now being threatened by TOO MUCH ICE!!!

(Under the category of — “You just can’t make this crap up!!” — Polar bears in the Arctic are now being threatened by TOO MUCH ICE!!! By the way, how adorable is this picture?? — DQ) Barbara Hollingsworth — CNSNews — April 25, 2014 Five meters of ice– about 16 feet thick – is threatening the […]

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Media Completely Ignores SOLD-OUT Skeptical Climate Scientists Conference in Germany

Media Ignores Sold-Out Global Warming Skeptic Conference Michael Bastasch — Daily Caller — April 24, 2014 Climate scientists skeptical of claims that man-made greenhouse gas emissions are warming the planet gathered in Germany this month for a major, now sold-out climate conference, which the media has opted not to cover. In early April, the European […]

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Hydro Rates for Small Business Almost Double After Smart Meter Installed

(Let’s face it.  These corrupt Liberals in Ontario who “claim” to care about the ‘little people’, don’t give a damn about anyone but their cronies and corporate buddies. It doesn’t matter that they’re driving small businesses into bankruptcy or across the border to the States.  What the hell is going on in this province?  The […]

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