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Global Warming Continues to Pummel Polar Ice Caps By NOT Causing Them to Melt

Matt Vespa — Townhall.com — May 24, 2015 As I’ve written previously, we’ve experienced the calmest Hurricane season in 30 years, the quietest tornado season in 60 years; the creation of 19,000 Manhattan islands worth of sea ice, and (again) the Arctic Ice Cap has grown by 533,000 square miles. In 2007, the BBC warned […]

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UK: Wind farms Paid Record Sums Not to Produce Electricity

Windy weather and low demand for electricity led to wind farm owners being paid a record amount to switch off turbines on Monday Edward Malnick — The Telegraph — August 12, 2014 Wind farms were paid a record sum of almost £3 million in a single day this week not to produce electricity. Strong winds […]

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UK: Opposing Wind Turbines is NOT Anti-Green

Keith Bryer — Business Report — August 8, 2014 The intolerance of dissenting views by the Green Lobby is an unpleasant aspect of some of its members. They are perhaps unaware that tolerance of difference is a pillar of democracy and essential to individual freedom. But, whatever the reasons for vitriolic attacks on those against […]

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What Wynne is NOT Talking About

Eric Jelinski M. Eng. P. Eng. — June 5, 2014 We’d have to admit this is a most boring campaign given that we have made up our minds long ago including the sit on the fence types who don’t vote. Therefore our curiosity wanders and we find interest in what is not being said. The […]

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Climate trends don’t back up alarmist claims

Gordon J. Fulks — Oregon Live — March 15, 2014 Keeping score is an American sport. We want to know if our favorite baseball player has hit another home run or if our politicians really do as they promised or if the National Weather Service got the forecast correct. We cheer the winners and lament […]

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Wind turbines are not a panacea for saving the planet

Alan Kahn –Spalding Today (UK) — February 9, 2014 Letter to the Editor: I’m not accustomed to writing letters of praise about MPs of any party. But for our local MP I’ll make an exception and might even be persuaded to cast a vote for him at the next election. John Hayes should be applauded […]

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Reposting: Wind farms, Family farms, not the best of neighbours

Andrew Gregg — Halifax Herald — February 6, 2013 When you’re driving north from Kincardine to Inverhuron in Ontario, you can see a skyline of red warning lights atop the wind turbines flashing against the night sky. This is farmland. There is a lot of dairy in Bruce County, and even more beef. And over […]

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Big Green, Not Big Oil, is the Enemy

Other than food, no commodity is as important to the world as energy. Yet, because of angst-ridden theoretical speculation – not empirical science – the modern green agenda has effected an intellectual disconnect. Peter C. Glover & Michael J. Economides — The Commentator — June 12, 2013 It has the power to ruin economies, impoverish […]

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“What part of ‘Not a Willing Host’ do you not understand?”

From Wainfleet Wind Action Group Posted on June 3, 2013 by theGreenBumbleBee Pettapiece asks Wynne if she understands the concept of, not a willing host: (Queen’s Park) – Standing up for his constituents, Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece today [May09] delivered a blistering attack on the Liberal government’s energy policies driving the industrial wind turbine project proposed […]

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Renewable energy is not dependable

Ironton Tribune — April 26, 2013 Unlike other commodities, electricity cannot be stored economically so production must match consumption on a real-time basis. Turbines only work when the wind blows and solar panels only work when the sun shines. Within the energy grid there must be a balance between the load and generation, but because […]

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The next time someone calls an IWT a wind “mill” show them this.

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Wainfleet — Council passes resolution to pass on to province

Dave Johnson — The Tribune — April 9, 2013 WAINFLEET – The township isn’t willing to host industrial wind turbines and is ready to the tell government ministries, ministers and the premier. Ald. Betty Konc put forward a resolution to send a letter off to officials during Tuesday night’s council meeting. The township will be following in […]

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It’s the cold, not global warming, that we should be worried about

Fraser Nelson — The Telegraph — March 28, 2013 No one seems upset that in modern Britain, old people are freezing to death as hidden taxes make fuel more expensive A few months ago, a group of students in Oslo produced a brilliant spoof video that lampooned the charity pop song genre. It showed a […]

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Wind power is all about subsidies not green energy

Letter to Editor — EMC Belleville — March 28, 2013 I would like to provide an explanation to those of you who question the anti-wind turbine opposition movement in Ontario. Having been involved in the fight to stop around 37 industrial wind turbines (each 156 meters/515 feet high) on Amherst Island, west of Kingston, for […]

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Cape Breton Letter to the Editor — Wind energy not so innocuous after all

Cape Breton Post — March 8, 2013 Letter to the Editor: Atlantic Canada’s regional director of the Canadian Wind Energy Association, Shawna Eason, recently graced this paper with her knowledge of the wind industry (Wind energy safe, environmentally friendly, Feb. 23). Eason touts “creating local jobs and driving local investments while helping the province create […]

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