South Australia Powerless (Again): Sudden 1,000MW Wind Power Output Collapse Leaves 90,000 Families Boiling in the DarkPosted: February 11, 2017
How much more evidence do wind weasels, eco-fascists and virtue-signaling politicians need to end this “green” energy insanity??
‘Smug’: adjective – having or showing an excessive pride in oneself or one’s achievements. Eg, “he was feeling smug after his win”.
synonyms: self-satisfied, complacent, self-congratulatory, superior, puffed up, pleased with oneself, self-approving, well pleased, proud of oneself.
Yes, that’s STT: but our sense of self-satisfaction is not gleeful.
STT has been spelling out the wind power fraud, its causes and consequences since December 2012. However, until now, it has been like bashing our heads against a brick wall: relief only comes with cessation. Frustrated and angry at the morally bankrupt idiots the pretend to govern us and, worse still, parade as energy experts without the first clue about electricity grids or electricity markets, STT can only fume at the results playing out in South Australia and beyond.
True it is, that there is nothing like being (repeatedly) proved correct in a public forum, but it would…
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If greens love nature, why aren’t they more concerned about carpeting pristine landscapes, destroying people’s livelihoods and flora and fauna with industrial wind turbines?
Duane J. Hyland nails this monumental hypocrisy…
“Environmentalists” would, in times past, raise the alarm at obstructions being built by the thousands across the land, but today the “Socio-Enviro-Emotionalists” salivate at the site of these rising monsters, believing they are “saving the planet.”
“Take care of the land, because they aren’t going to make anymore.”
Wendell Berry, an American environmental activist, cultural critic and farmer says it best: “The economy of money has infiltrated and subverted the economies of nature, energy and the human spirit.” Berry is an educated farmer who is the sum of what he believes. Government, he believes, should take its sense of reality from the ground beneath our feet and from our connections with our fellow human beings.
Last summer, The Clinton County Planning and Zoning Board held a series of hearings as to whether or not industrial (skyscraper sized) wind turbines be allowed to be built in Clinton County. These hearings presented (under-oath) testimony from expert witnesses from all over the country (and Canada) on both sides of the issue.
One of the topics discussed and testified to in a 6-hour session was the question of…
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Do any of these experts and profiteers of climate doom and gloom ever apologise, retract or say that they simply got it wrong and really have no idea what the chaotic climate system is doing and will ever do?
No, of course they don’t, because climate alarmists think that their hearts are in the right place such that any alarmist behaviour is ok.
These wreckless dud-predictions cost the taxpayer (other people’s money) trillions in a what is now a trillion dollar industry.
So no, you won’t hear any retraction or apology because too many jobs, reputations and ‘money’ are now at stake.
Long-time WUWT readers will recognize the title as being a spoof on the infamous line about snow uttered by Dr. David Viner of the University of East Anglia some years ago in the Independent (now deleted, but preserved here) where he claimed in an article Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past by Charles Onians:
However, the warming is so far manifesting itself more in winters which are less cold than in much hotter summers. According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event”.
“Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he said.
Less than a year ago, the New York Times claimed in a headline: California Braces for Unending Drought and the phrase “permanent drought” was in use in…
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