2 Posts of the week!
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Started by metmike - Aug. 19, 2022, 2:14 p.m.

1st post of the week below

This one proves the blatant scientific, energy, environmental and pollution fraud being perpetrated on Americans with half of them actually giving it a standing ovation because they have been brainwashed to think it's a good thing saving the planet.

It's actually WRECKING the United States and hurting the planet!!!!

how in the heck did we get to this point where wind turbines are replacing fossil fuels and insanely being referred to as part of a plan to save the planet?

the answer is below and a huge part of why this is the post of the week!



Twenty-One Bad Things About Wind Energy — and Three Reasons Why


19 – The claim that wind energy is “green” or “environmentally friendly” is laugh-out-loud hilarious – except for the fact that the reality is not funny at all. Consider just one part of a turbine, the generator, which uses considerable rare earth elements (2000± pounds per MW).

The mining and processing of these metals has horrific environmental consequences that are unacknowledged and ignored by the wind industry and its environmental surrogates. For instance, just the rare earths of a typical 100 MW wind project would generate approximately:

  1. 20,000 square meters of destroyed vegetation,
  2. 2 million pounds of CO2,
  3. 6 million cubic meters of toxic air pollution,
  4. 29 million gallons of poisoned water,
  5. 600 million pounds of highly contaminated tailing sands, and
  6. 280,000 pounds of radioactive waste. (See this, and this, and this.


Again, our modern society is based on abundant, reliable, affordable electric power. All these specious claims for wind energy are simply part of a long line of snake oil sales spiels – intended to fool the public, and to enable politicians to justify favoring special interests by enriching various rent-seekers (which will then return the favor via campaign contributions and other reelection support).

They get away with this scam primarily for three basic reasons.

1 – Wind proponents are not asked to independently PROVE the merits of their claims before (or after) their product is forced on the public.

2 – There is no penalty for making bogus assertions or dishonest claims about their product’s “benefits,” so each successive contention is more grandiose than the last.

3 – Promoting wind is a political agenda that is divorced from real science. A true scientific assessment is a comprehensive, objective evaluation with transparent real world data – not on carefully massaged computer models and slick advertising campaigns, which are the mainstay of anti-science evangelists promoting political agendas.

By metmike - Aug. 19, 2022, 11:15 p.m.
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2nd Post of the Week this one from bear:





                                                    By bear - Aug. 19, 2022, 8:28 p.m.            



short article about the fake climate crisis.  


and here is their list signed by scientists that say that the climate change crisis is fake.