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Touting NREL report, advocates claim wind has potential to produce enough electricity for 3.6 billion Americans. A little overkill, perhaps???

For those of you concerned that the failure of industrial wind to perform as a reliable, on demand energy source, take heart!  If we simply turn over every inch of available land to the industrial wind LLCs we won’t need nuclear, … Continue reading

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Industrial wind – the perfect energy solution for 1810.

Matthew Wald’s commentary in the New York Times suggests “Expanding Use of Wind Power Feasible, but May Be Costly.”  He writes that “Wind could replace coal and natural gas for 20 to 30 percent of the electricity used in the … Continue reading

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