Daily Archives: August 17, 2010

Immigration’s tyrants – justice for me, but not for thee!

At the risk of alienating readers who come to this blog to see both serious and silly content about the impact of industrial wind, I will take liberty to touch on another Allegheny Treasure – equal protection under the law. … Continue reading

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On heels of AG investigation, Cape Vincent Town Council calls special meeting to discuss suspension of wind development.

A few days ago we posted about the New York Attorney General’s investigation of the actions of “certain” Cape Vincent officials and their relationship with wind development in the area. The Watertown Daily Times reports today that Cape Wind officials … Continue reading

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British expert: Wind farms producing less than 25% should not receive subsidies.

This is what the US can expect if Congress continues to throw our money at this failed industry. From the Daily Mail:  More than half of Britain’s wind farms have been built where there is not enough wind According to … Continue reading

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IESO Wind Tracker Link – View hourly reporting of actual v capacity of Ontario’s wind farms.

Note to readers:  The IESO Wind Tracker widget previously available for display in the post area has been disabled.  You can check the performance of wind by clicking on this highlighted link: Wind Power Generation in Ontario Ontario is on … Continue reading

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