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    These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.


    posted:  July 20, 2008
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    Source:  John Droz

    Picking on Pickens

    We can’t go far these days without being subjected to the plaintive pleas of “former oilman” TB Pickens. Its on TV, print media, the internet – you name it. “It’s time to stop America’s addiction to oil!” scream the incessant ads. “We are importing over 70% of our oil. Wind power is the best way out of this mess.” is the message in these blurbs, and on the PickensPlan.com website. Is Mr. Pickens on to something? Has he reached new levels . . .

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    posted:  June 16, 2007
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    Source:  James Christopher

    Birds and Bats and People, Too

    Just a few random thoughts regarding some of the issues and points made in the article and comment section. It appears to be SOP to down play the negative effects of wind turbines while promoting them to the public. Direct blade strikes aren’t the only factor affecting bats as there may be habitat destruction during the blasting for footers and the placement of power line towers on delicate cave systems. There is emerging evidence that vibroacoustic disease is an issue . . .

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