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Have you done your homework?Have you done your homework? Wind turbines are a health hazard – destroyer of communities, land value, and people. No wind turbines. Sep 26, 2019
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Braes of Doune, Stirling, ScotlandA few of the 36 Vestas V80 2-MW wind turbines of the Braes of Doune wind energy facility, Stirling, Scotland - photo from Shetland NewsSep 03, 2019
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Discarded wind turbine bladesDiscarded wind turbine blades (non-recyclable fiberglass), to be buried in the landfill in Casper, WyomingJul 31, 2019
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Eagle dead after wind turbine injuryFarmer with the dead eagle found near Waterloo Wind Farm - photo by Vanessa HunterJul 22, 2019

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AustriaAustria - Klaus Rockenbauer
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Grover, ColoradoGrover, Colorado - Karl Riters, The Coloradoan
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“Like a barbed wire fence”“Like a barbed wire fence” - Mars Hill, Maine - by J. Kirlin
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Correlation of wind production and demand essentially randomHourly data from 1 year on the Bonneville Power Authority grid in the Pacific Northwest - With load on the y-axis and wind generation on the x-axis, it is clear that at any load, wind generation was anywhere from 0 to ~1,200 MW and 0 to ~600 MW in the summer months. (Positive correlation means that as load increases, so does wind generation; negative correlation means that as load increases, wind generation decreases; perfect correlation is expressed as 1.0.)
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Fire, U.K.Fire, U.K.
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Scansano, Toscana, ItalyScansano, Toscana, Italy - 2-MW Gamesa G90’s, 112 m (367.5 ft) - from Gamesa
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Black Law wind facility, Forth, ScotlandBlack Law wind facility, Forth, Scotland
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Granite Reliable, New HampshireGranite Reliable wind farm project in Millsfield. Including attendant lines and stations, the project is 14.5 miles in length in the Unincorporated Places of Millsfield, Dixville, Odell and Erving’s Location. A substation connecting the project to the main power grid is situated just across the Millsfield line in Dummer. The size of the components becomes evident compared to the tractor-trailer boxes, etc. (Claire Lynch photo, The News and Sentinel)

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