You’re Calling Me “Anti Science?” 

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A brief run-through of some of the problems with ‘man-made warming’ theories, which so often get swept under the carpet and treated as unmentionable.

One of the main accusations launched by climate activists is that anyone arguing against man-made global warming is “anti-science.”

They tell us that the science is “settled,” and that anyone who objects is ignoring a blindingly obvious set of facts.

But what to do about someone like me, asks Steven Wright in Climate Change Dispatch?

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Australia’s Failed Wind Power ‘Experiment’ Makes it an International Joke: Wind Power Output Totally Collapses (Again)

“The big problem for wind power is, and will always be, the W-I-N-D.

Sailors know it. Kite flyers know it. But, for some strange reason, the wind cult simply cannot come to grips with it.”

Exactly STT!

And, even when there is ‘wind’, it has to blow not too light, not too strong (auto-shutdown) and has to blow ‘just right’ at times of peak or required demand!

Not hard to see why wind energy is a monumental (publically funded) DISASTER.

We truly are living in the age of collective climate change / global warming insanity.

STOP THESE THINGS

Where the wind industry’s propaganda machine has spent the best part of 20 years trying to reinvent the facts, giving perceived substance to myth and fantasy – what American comedian Stephen Colbert defines as “truthiness”, assertions emanating ‘from the gut’ which are made because they just ‘feel right’ – STT has spent its entire existence setting those facts straight and lifting the lid on a raft of others that the wind industry works overtime to avoid.

The big problem for wind power is, and will always be, the W-I-N-D.

Sailors know it. Kite flyers know it. But, for some strange reason, the wind cult simply cannot come to grips with it.

Australia’s Eastern States, with the exception of Queensland, have thrown billions in subsidies at the construction of a couple of thousand of these things; the embattled economic backwater, South Australia led the charge – and earned the (now infamous)…

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