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Reduce consumption first before venturing into wind  

Credit:  Cape Cod Times, www.capecodonline.com 12 February 2011 ~~

Contractual obligations within the for-profit wind industry totally depend upon continued working relationships with both the oil and gas for-profit industries, requiring lengthy contracts – usually 25 years. Once in you cannot get out.

Now is the time to research innovative proposals.

The first step is to reduce consumption. How many of us have more than one kitchen appliance informing us every minute of the time? Turn them all off. If you wear a watch why do you need anything else?

Keep on … you will be amazed how much we all could save in electricity, without any potential negative effects on human beings from industrial wind turbines.

We can eliminate cutting down several acres of carbon dioxide-absorbing trees in Brewster’s Commerce Park to install (very unsafely positioned) 40-story wind turbines with huge blades the size of airplanes, whirring all the time. We can save millions of dollars on machinery not scientifically proven to do no harm to human beings.

Joyce McConnell


Source:  Cape Cod Times, www.capecodonline.com 12 February 2011

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