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Wind Energy’s Ghosts
Wiwo…wiwo…wiwo. The sound floats on the winds of Ka Lae, this southernmost tip of Hawaii’s Big Island, where Polynesian colonists first landed some 1,500 years ago. Some say that Ka Lae is haunted – and it is. But it’s haunted not by Hawaii’s legendary night marchers. The mysterious sounds are “Na leo o Kamaoa”– the disembodied voices of 37 skeletal wind turbines abandoned to rust on the hundred-acre site of the former Kamaoa Wind Farm. The voices of Kamaoa cry out . . . Complete article »
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