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renewable energy devastates the wildlife …

The wind industry is destroying our environment, thousands of bats at a time. The best defence against crop eating insects are threatened by wind turbines around the world, says this latest research. It’s getting worse: Bats are known to be … Continue reading

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the wind turbine war on wildlife …

Putting wind turbines on or near farmland is now creating another new problem. Bats are being killed in millions by giant turbine blades, meaning crop insect pests are found in bigger numbers, causing extra pesticide use or smaller yields. Bats … Continue reading

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grain of salt, and that ethanol biofuel …

Biofuel has become a Green’s owned dilemma, destroying rain forest for Palm Oil, destroying motor car engines, yet the original idea was to save carbon emissions, or at least be carbon neutral. Well, they sure got that agenda wrong too … Continue reading

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pushing climate change for profits …

The Clinton Foundation, caught enriching the big banks and Wall Street with their crony funding of a failed technology, wind, by their climate scares. […] Goldman Sachs: donated between $1 million to $5 million and the Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund … Continue reading

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misinformation at Japan’s Fukushima …

The misinformation about nuclear disasters is another of those activist agendas we commonly see today. This article was from a researcher that wanted to know the truth, personally. Read her story about Fukushima: […] I never saw the actual results … Continue reading

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lukewarming? …

Warming of the atmosphere the past half century has contributed immensely to civilizations well being. Topped with the large increases in atmospheric CO2, the benefits in cropping and food supplies is immeasurable. The story setting out how the theory goes, … Continue reading

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destructive green energy …

[…] Bats eat insects, saving farmers billions of dollars in pest control each year, but they generally do not get much attention. No one was even looking for bats under turbines until 2003, according to wildlife biologist Ed Arnett, currently … Continue reading

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the environmental benefit of GM crops …

More efficient? Check. Higher yields? Check. Less chemical use? Check. Increased incomes? Check. Everything about 20 years of GM cropping in Australia. […] Peak industry organisation CropLife Australia commissioned a report into the impact of genetically modified (GM) crops in … Continue reading

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windy scams breaking the bank …

The anti-windfarm energy agenda claims another victim, or is about to. The Ponzi schemes that bring us 18th Century technology using 21st Century materials and funding is sending us broke. At least the wind farm companies anyway: Australian wind farm … Continue reading

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the turbine disasters of renewable energy …

“[…] at generating just 20% of US electricity with wind power would require some 186,000 turbines, 19,000 miles of new transmission lines, 18,000,000 acres of land, and 270,000,000 tons of concrete, steel, copper, fiberglass and rare earths, plus millions of … Continue reading

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