Since there was a national interview with AWED’s Dr. George Taylor on the US Weather Channel (re the PTC), I thought it would be appropriate to remind you of some turbine-weather related studies that apply in any country.
There have been several investigations done by independent scientists that have concluded that wind projects will have an affect (typically negative: like lower humidity) on local meteorological conditions — for as much as fifteen miles away! This is yet another unaccounted wind cost.
Here is one such study (University of Illinois), and a second on a different aspect, a third (George Mason University), a fourth (six PhDs, different schools), a fifth (seven PhDs, multiple institutions), and a sixth (MIT). Even offshore wind gets into the picture.
The video of the interesting Epstein-McKibben energy debate is here .
More reports about greed energy economics.
More evidence of wind energy’s negative pricing.
When there are utility handouts, keep this in mind.
A new study concluding that a state RPS (Missouri) is an economics loser.
More reports about turbine health matters
Protestors will be suffocated by low frequency sound machine — wait, that’s what turbines generate!
New peer reviewed study links turbines and ill health.
A superior interview about turbines with medical expert Dr. Carl Phillips.
Miscellaneous energy reports
A VERY powerful article about the moral and legal corruption in Denmark with regards to wind energy — written by a retired High Court judge!
More commentary on Britain’s new found sensibility
Maine agency rejects wind development due to view impact
CFACT’s Energy Truth File has many good observations
Some recent global warming articles of interest
New studies about the global temps at earlier time periods.
CFACT’s Climate Change Truth File has some good commentary.
Please pass this information on to other open-minded, science-oriented people.
Thank you for your support.
John Droz, Jr.
Physicist and Environmental Advocate
Fellow: American Tradition Institute (http://www.atinstitute.org)