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Wind energy myths  

Credit:  The Topeka Capital-Journal, cjonline.com 8 December 2011 ~~

People say you can’t argue with results. Then why continue with the myth that wind turbines are a practical, large-scale source of electrical energy.

There are more than 14,000 of them abandoned across the United States. The abandoned bird-killers are a clear example of the folly of the “Green” movement. The wind turbines have been abandoned because they’re not practical generators of electricity and are terribly cost-inefficient.

Maybe the eco-freaks should go out and tear them down for us so they are no longer are a blight on the scenery of Hawaii, California and other states. Those who supported wind energy caused the huge investment and energy losses associated with these useless money pits, maybe it’s only fair they take them down.

BYRON L. MADUSKA, LEAVENWORTH

Source:  The Topeka Capital-Journal, cjonline.com 8 December 2011

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