Saturday, August 16, 2014

The High Cost of Wind Power

Many of the 'solutions' pushed by the global warming cult are at the expense of the poor and the third world. From Great Britain's Daily Mail is an investigative report on how the rare earth metals needed for wind power come at the expense of Chinese farmers. As the story states,

Live has uncovered the distinctly dirty truth about the process used to extract neodymium: it has an appalling environmental impact that raises serious questions over the credibility of so-called green technology.

The reality is that, as Britain flaunts its environmental credentials by speckling its coastlines and unspoiled moors and mountains with thousands of wind turbines, it is contributing to a vast man-made lake of poison in northern China. This is the deadly and sinister side of the massively profitable rare-earths industry that the ‘green’ companies profiting from the demand for wind turbines would prefer you knew nothing about.

It is my opinion that wind power is the worst way to get electricity. With it becoming obvious that global warming is not a major problem, wind energy is completely unnecessary. 

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