Archive | January, 2015

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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Ireland: Opposition to Wind Turbines Grows

Tip o’ the hat to Ardglass Wind Turbine Action Awareness Group for this find. Councillors under pressure as opposition to wind farm grows Catherine Ketch — Irish Examiner — January 30, 2015 Cork’s county councillors came under pressure at a public meeting on Tuesday night concerning a wind farm between Tarelton and Coppeen. More than […]

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Who Else Remembers Wearing Bread Bags on Your Feet as a Child? I do.

When you read this article, it also reminds us why the younger generations today buy into the whole Global Warming theory so easily.  They haven’t lived long enough on this earth to understand that we naturally go through periods of cooling and warming….that the climate is always changing and always variable. When Bread Bags Weren’t […]

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Great Humorous Piece on The Insanity of Climate Change Deniers

From The Blaze.com Matt Walsh — January 28, 2015 Got this message yesterday from a very concerned climate change alarmist: Hi Matt, I read you sometimes but I generally find you to be an assh*le. Just being honest. I also think you have a reputation (or you’d like to think you have a reputation) as […]

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Informative Read: Man’s Contribution to CO2 levels explained in easy to understand terms

By DiogenesDespairs on Breitbart.com – Reposted with permission – January 28, 2015 Here are some crucial, verifiable facts – with citations – about human-generated carbon dioxide and its effect on global warming people should know about. I recommend following the links in the citations; some of them are very educational. The fact is, there has been global […]

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New NASA video showing a 3D map of Greenlands Ice Sheet proves once again that climate change is natural

Watch this great short video showing a 3D map of Greenlands ice sheet, demonstrating 3 distinct warming patterns in just the past 100,000 years, alone. And for a bit of extra enjoyment, watch Andrew Klavan rip apart the Global Warming hysterics.

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UK: Not Enough Predictable Power in Wind’s Sails

MetalMiner — January 26, 2015 Here at MetalMiner, we are enthusiastic about renewable energy schemes. It seems like common sense to develop energy sources that are not based on depleting reserves and that are sustainable from an environmental perspective. What we take issue with is the payment of massive subsidies to support them. We would […]

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Opinion – Ending Ontario’s Wind Experiment

Monte McNaughton – NetNewsLedger — January 26, 2015 QUEENS PARK – GUEST EDITORIAL – How do we ensure that when one government abuses its power, we don’t have to live with the consequences for a generation? Through the supremacy of our democratically elected legislative assembly in Ontario. In 2009, the Ontario Liberals misused their majority […]

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Pilot study into wind farm noise has identified a special noise signature that could give new insights for medical research

Wind turbine study finds possible correlation between noise and residents’ complaints, researcher says Jessica Tapp — ABC (Australia) — January 21, 2015 A pilot study into wind farm noise and residents’ reactions to it has identified a special noise signature that could give new insights for medical research, the study’s lead author says. Researchers, commissioned […]

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UK: Electricity demand hits highest this winter – as wind power slumps to its lowest

Power demand hit its highest level this winter on Monday, but wind farms met just one per cent of the UK’s needs (Welcome to Ontariowe’s future — DQ) Emily Gosden — Energy Editor — The Telegraph — January 20, 2015 UK electricity demand hit its highest level this winter on Monday – while wind turbines […]

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2014 – The Most Dishonest Year on Record

From Climate Change Dispatch — January 19, 2015 Robert Tracinski — Federalist Last week, according to our crackerjack mainstream media, NASA announced that 2014 was the hottest year, like, ever. No, really. The New York Times began its report with: “Last year was the hottest in earth’s recorded history.” Well, not really. As we’re about […]

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On Climate Sensitivity

Anthony Bright-Paul — Climate Change Dispatch — January 15, 2015 Have you ever Googled ‘climate sensitivity’ in order to find a clear definition? I have. One can then get plunged into a jungle of meaningless verbiage, specially designed by charlatans for charlatans. If we are to deal with language alone, there is no way that […]

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‘CLIMATE CHANGE’ VERSUS WEATHER: PROPAGANDA AND POLITICS, NOT SCIENCE

John Hayward — Breitbart.com — January 14, 2015 Think Progress is unhappy with Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack’s insufficient enthusiasm in pushing “climate change” propaganda on the farmers he regulates: “‘Weather variation’ is USDA code for ‘climate change’ — Vilsack.” That was the headline in the E&E News story Monday on U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary […]

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Scotland: Gagging on Wind Power

From Energy Matters: – January 2015 I last looked into the details and consequences of Scottish energy policy in the pre-referendum post Scotch on the ROCs. The expansion of Scottish renewables is progressing at breakneck speed and the purpose of this post is to update on where we are and where we are heading whether anyone […]

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