I will apologize now, because there is nothing funny about this topic; however, there is something very funny about this Sierra Club quote below, “We are finding out that wind turbines are no…
Farm prices was something of a new topic addressed Monday as hearings for the Alta Farms II wind energy project continued this week.
Wind turbines might be a popular source of renewable energy, but they can come at a big cost to those who live near them. A research team from the University of Toronto explored how residential […]
Webmaster’s note: How many times has this same scenario been repeated throughout the entire world?!? If it slithers like a snake, hisses like a snake…well, you know the rest.
Frustrated Madison County residents are calling for county supervisors to stop wind turbines from being built across their countryside.
One of the main blessings of accurately understanding history, is that it gives us an unprecedented opportunity to learn from the mistakes of others — for free! What sense does it make to repeatedly go down a path likely to fail?
If we look back at government policy decisions, it’s abundantly clear that good intentions + time and effort + lots of money does NOT Continue reading Energy & Environmental Newsletter: Two Special Reports
sPower announced today that it will not refile an application with the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) at this time.
sPower, a renewable energy independent power producer, announced today that it will not refile an application – which would have covered the Seneca Wind project
Source: Advertiser Tribune
Editor: In 2013, Apex Clean Energy (a Charlottesville, Virginia-based renewable energy developer) quietly began approaching farmers and landowners in the rural,
Source: Orleans Hub
“The wind industry is filled with a lot of awful people who don’t know how to be a good neighbor” is how a local lawmaker recently described wind companies that are trying to make headway in central Illinois.
Renewables require the use of vastly more land, longer and less-utilized transmission lines, and large amounts of storage whether from lithium batteries, new dams, compressed air caverns.
What is surprising is that in an unusual show of progressive candor, Deep Green Resistance openly acknowledges what skeptical scientists have been saying for more than two decades: that renewable energy is a government-backed hoax that enriches big corporations — and green energy investors like Al Gore — at the expense of taxpayers and the environment.
It’s 2020 and, if you believe the hype, we’re well on our way to an all wind and sun powered future. Except that – notwithstanding $trillions in subsidies, punitive mandates and punishing tar…
Have you written your letter?
SB 234 summary and bill:
Entire Bill – http://search-prod.lis.state.oh.us/…/gen…/bills/sb234/IN/00…
Bill Analysis – https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/download…
To all of my Ohio Friends – a letter written by my wife.
There is a bill in the Ohio senate that is currently open to receive public testimony that affects everyone living in the state of Ohio. You need to be paying attention this bill.
It is senate bill (SB 234). It is for a referendum to allow people in local townships to vote on electrical generating facility development in their township. It is for all future development of projects Continue reading Have you written your letter?
“If Ohio is going to push the construction of wind projects with dozens of 600 feet tall machines having 200 foot long blades with tips spinning 180 miles per hour then it should at least be done safely and with the consent of the people who must live by them for decades.” Continue reading **Letter to the Editor – Advertiser Tribune**
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Letter to the Editor
Source: Bullies in my backyard
An important message from the Erie Huron Anti-Wind Group. If you have not yet sent a letter to the Senate supporting SB234 please do so. Please sign your letter and scan it as an attachment in an email back to us.
Here is a short 55 second video which contains some very pertinent information regarding the industrial wind turbine projects planned for our area. It can be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tL4L2sXLp4E&feature=youtu.be
Please write your letters of support for SB 234 and get them delivered as soon as possible. The Senate is not scheduled to come back into session until January 28, 2020. We originally requested Continue reading ***ACTION ALERT*** Video “A Communities Decision” and Update to the Request for Letters for SB 234
For those who are still getting to know me on here and wondering why I am fighting wind energy, here is a brief explanation. Believe it or not, there is a lot more to it than this!
🧐 In my opinion, wind energy is one of the largest scams of my time. It is marketed and sold under terminology such as green and clean, when it isn’t either. The blades are not recyclable and are already inundating land fills before we’ve even reached the lifespan of the majority of the turbines in the US. The manufacturing, transportation and construction of wind turbines relies heavily on fossil fuels and contributes to a large amount of CO2 emission. So when a wind turbine is “reducing CO2 emissions”, what they likely mean is it’s making up for the CO2 emitted during its construction and the emissions from its backup sources. Wind energy can not Continue reading An Iowa farmer’s opinion on industrial wind….
The Ohio Republican Party today announced its endorsement of Gary Click for the 88th District Representative seat currently held by Bill Reineke who was also endorsed by the Party in his run for the 26th District State Senate seat. Both of these men have been very supportive of our cause and thought we would share these endorsements that they have obtained.
One of Mr. Click’s opponents is current county commissioner Continue reading Ohio Republican Party today announced its endorsement of Gary Click
One of our biggest stories of the year was: Glacier National Park quietly removed ‘Gone by 2020’ signs Here is a video update by Roger Roots. Throughout Glacier National Park, visitors …
The Buffalo News’ editorial, “The climate challenge,” admits local “concerns should be heard,” admonishes climate deniers, and then proclaims full speed ahead on large scale wind and solar projects across the state.
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Newsletter – Special Notice
Happy New Year! 😀
Successful, happy people typically have the wise habit of periodically stepping-back to get a broader perspective as to what’s going on in their life, and society in general.
Since we are now not only beginning a New Year, but also a New Decade, it seems that doing such a careful analysis is strongly advisable.
You’ll have to decide about the pros and cons of your own life, but here is my perspective as to what is societally going on — what I’m calling the Big Picture
On the one hand, a competent review of the last ten years would indicate that a LOT of good things have transpired. I’ve seen no better summary of this progress than: Continue reading Energy & Environmental Newsletter – Special Notice
A shoddy wind turbine fell apart in the Bronx on Monday when it couldn’t handle its own power source — gusty winds. The blade damaged a nearby car and an illuminated billboard when it flew off the