Report blames wind turbines for bird slaughter 

Report blames wind turbines for bird slaughter 

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    MikeW Reply

    Wind turbines are environmental nightmares. The slaughter of insects, birds and bats from their monstrous blades is only the beginning. The cobalt and rare earth elements used inside the turbines are mined in hellacious child-labor camps, and extracted with tons of ground water that become contaminated with toxic chemicals. And at the end of their working lifetimes, retired turbines overwhelm dump sites with high-volume toxic wastes. The fatal irony is that wind turbines don’t generate enough energy to begin to cope with their toxic mess. Whenever wind energy toxic waste sites are being managed and controlled, only fossil fuel powered vehicles and equipment are powerful enough to deal with the clean-up effort.

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    LARRIE COLE Reply

    THE ISSUES WITH WINDMILLS IS NOT ONLY THAT THEY COST MORE THAN THEY PRODUCE, THEY ALSO GENERATE A HUGE AMOUNT OF SOUND POLLUTION, THAT CAN CAUSE ILLNESS IN HUMANS, AND THEY KILL BILLIONS OF BATS, BIRDS, AND ANYTHING ELSE IN THE AIR. THERE NET SUM IS NEGATIVE , THEY REQUIRE REGULAR VERY EXPENSIVE MAINTENANCE, AND LIKE ANY ENVIRONMENTALLY DEPENDANT SYSTEM. REQUIRE A FULL REDUNDANT BACK UP OF MORE RELIABLE SOURCES.

  3. Energy & Environmental Newsletter: September 16, 2019 - Master Resource Reply

    […] Energy Destroying Ecosystems: Report Blames Wind Turbines For Bird Slaughter Unfurling The Waste Problem Caused By Wind […]

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