Europe Pulls The Plug On Its Green Future

August 8, 2013
Benny Peiser, The Australian

As country after country abandons, curtails or reneges on once-generous support for renewable energy, Europe is beginning to realise that its green energy strategy is dying on the vine. Green dreams are giving way to hard economic realities.

solarSolar panels in Spain, where 50,000 solar panels entrepreneurs face financial disaster following cuts in government subsidies. Source: AFP

Slowly but gradually, Europe is awakening to a green energy crisis, an economic and political debacle that is entirely self-inflicted.

The mainstream media, which used to encourage the renewables push enthusiastically, is beginning to sober up too. With more and more cracks beginning to appear, many newspapers are returning to their proper role as the fourth estate, exposing the pitfalls of Europe’s green-energy gamble and opening their pages for thorough analysis and debate. Today, European media is full of news and commentary about the problems of an ill-conceived strategy that is becoming increasingly shaky and divisive.

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Movement in Illinois calls for Freedom of Information documents on wind turbines

Dear all,

In Illinois, there is a movement to call for documents related to wind turbine propaganda… below. I think this is useful for all of us to pursue. Rather easy to do, and may have far reaching implications. I would extend the FOI to all Ministries of Education and as below, all active wind producers in their/our areas.

Sherri Lange

Pursuant to the Illinois and federal Freedom of Information Acts, we hereby request copies of documents and records, as defined in the Acts, that relate to any of the following:

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The big picture: 65 million years of temperature swings



August 29, 2013
by Joanne Nova

David Lappi is a geologist from Alaska who has sent in a set of beautiful graphs–including an especially prosaic one of the last 10,000 years in Greenland–that he put together himself (and which I’ve copied here at the top).

chart 1If you wonder where today’s temperature fits in with the grand scheme of time on Earth since the dinosaurs were wiped out, here’s the history. We start with the whole 65 million years, then zoom in, and zoom in again to the last 12,000 from both ends of the world. What’s obvious is that in terms of homo sapiens history, things are warm now (because we’re not in an ice age). But, in terms of homo sapiens civilization, things are cooler than usual, and appear to be cooling.

Then again, since T-rex & Co. vanished, it’s been one long slide down the thermometer, and our current “record heatwave” is far cooler than normal. The dinosaurs would have scoffed at us: “What? You think this is warm?”

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Victims of a massive global warming fraud

Faux Green



August 28, 2013

FauxSo the Blanding’s Turtle must once again prove that it is in sufficient danger to warrant protection against industrial wind turbines from bestriding and destroying its unique, fragile habitat at Ostrander Point in Prince Edward County. Not only that, the proponents of the proposed wind factory, (Gilead Power) claim in their appeal of the recent decision of the Environmental Review Tribunal (ERT) protecting the turtle, that the reptile’s advocates, Prince Edward County Field Naturalists (PECFN), must “prove that the project would cause serious and irreversible harm to the turtle population province wide.” (Our emphasis.)

This is an interesting tack to take considering that the original decision of the ERT rejected such extrapolations, insisting on case-by-case assessment, when it came to previous Tribunal findings about the harmful effects of industrial wind turbine operations on human health!

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Hiding the Wind Turbine Bird Slaughter: Manipulating numbers

August 27, 2013
by Jim Wiegand

The wind industry is hiding over 90% of the bird and bat mortality caused by their turbines. This statement is supported by the industry’s own data and reasonable adjustments for its manipulations.

The wind industry is … producing faulty, misleading and even fraudulent documents to hide the serious and growing mortality. This situation has continued for years but has been shielded by state and federal agencies and other supporters of wind power.

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Hiding the wind turbine bird slaughter: Part I


How bad is the slaughter, really? What tricks does the wind industry use to hide it?

August 26, 2013
by Jim Wiegand

A “green energy” wildlife genocide is depopulating wildlife habitats across the world where vital species once found refuge. Wind turbines have invaded these habitats and are devastating bird and bat species.

Rather than avoiding these critical habitats or taking steps to minimize impacts on important species, the heavily subsidized wind industry is responding by producing faulty, misleading and even fraudulent documents to hide the serious and growing mortality. This situation has continued for years but has been shielded by state and federal agencies and other supporters of wind power.

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Not so bright lights: renewable energy




by Craig Rucker, August 15 2013

So-called “renewable energy” is not clean, renewable, reliable, affordable or sustainable.

“Renewable energy” is a sexy term used to drive public policies and spending. The Obama Administration and like-minded Green zealots have said repeatedly that they are waging a “war on coal,” intend to bankrupt coal-based power plants, and delay or block oil, natural gas and nuclear projects – while fast-tracking and subsidizing ethanol, wind and solar programs

Another apostle of the renewable energy, anti-hydrocarbon movement is Senator Harry Reid. The chief organizer of and keynote speaker at this week’s falsely named National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas, Reid is a true believer in destroying conventional energy through subsidies, regulations and strong-arm tactics. He even wants to shut down every coal-fired power plant in Nevada.

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University of Victoria (Australia) promotes climate alarmism

false alarm



August 10, 2013
Published by Paul MaCrae

Why Almost Everything We’ve Been Told about Global Warming is Misleading, Exaggerated or Just Plain Wrong

University of Victoria home page raises fears of runaway greenhouse

“Runaway greenhouse easier than previously thought,” shouts a headline on the University of Victoria home page in August. A sidebar headline asks: “Is Earth the next Venus?” With pictures of belching smokestacks, the clear implication is that human carbon emissions are going to create this runaway greenhouse.

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Letter to Paul Schomer, Standards Director Acoustical Society of America

Dr. Paul Schomer
Schomer and Associates, Inc.
2117 Robert Drive
Champlain, IL 61821

Standards Director
Acoustical Society of America

U.S. Delegation
Acoustics and Noise Committee
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

American National Standards Committee on Noise

Committees on Noise & Environment
American National Standards Institute

August 7, 2013

Re: Manuscript of Your Paper to be Presented at the 5th International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise (“A proposed theory to explain some adverse physiological effects of the infrasonic emissions at some wind farm sites”)

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