The Perils of Wind Farms
A summary of Wind Farm stories on this blog.

“Nigel Lawson said in the House of Lords at the time:
 “The Bill will go down in history, and future generations will see it, as the most absurd Bill that this House and Parliament has ever had to examine. The weather gods were the first to draw attention to the stupidity of the Climate Fools in Westminster. Weeks of icy weather froze the whole of Britain, wind turbines froze, solar panels were covered in snow, but coal, gas and nuclear power stations running at full power for 24/7 averted calamity. Power lines broke, stopping electric trains - on one line in Scotland the only train running was an old steam train burning coal.

Meanwhile, in the Great Southern Land, it was reported in the Australian that Christine Milne said "with the clearest of brows and the sternest of expressions, that wind and sun are already fully grown viable alternatives to fossil fuel power..."

Does Ms Milne want to ruin Australia’s economy?

Scientific research is being published showing health problems to residents living within 2 km of large wind turbines. Logically I would think this information should cause a re-evaluation of any wind-power farm plans.

Art LindgrenIn the first 10 minutes, our jaws dropped to the ground. Nobody in the area could believe it. They were so loud.”

It leads to higher carbon emissions.

The wind industry has achieved remarkable growth largely due to the claim that it will provide major reductions in carbon dioxide emissions. There's just one problem: It's not true. A slew of recent studies show that wind-generated electricity likely won't result in any reduction in carbon emissions—or that they'll be so small as to be almost meaningless.

Wind Power has been killing birds, bats and doesn`t work for a large percentage of the time.
The Green ideology says it's the answer - It's not.  (Includes Video Presentation)

As reported by Reuters, as the UK Wind Farms move into deeper waters the move into rougher waters, they move into dangerous waters. Rougher waters mean that the transfer of maintenance personnel from ferrying boats to the wind turbines becomes more dangerous.


  1. Wind energy is a multi-billion dollar a year industry. It’s billed as “clean,
    green, renewable.”

    Dr. Nina Pierpont explains in simple, layman’s terms how turbine infrasound and low frequency noise (ILFN) create the seemingly incongruous constellation of symptoms she has christened Wind Turbine Syndrome. (Incongruous only to the non-clinician who does not understand Mother Nature’s organs of balance, motion, and position sense.) For the high level clinician, Pierpont provides a parallel chapter written in sophisticated medical language and format, complete with voluminous, up-to-date clinical and scientific references.


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