Go for it!!!

It occurred to me today driving to town past the turning turbines (first time in a week at least) that my attitude toward wind might be in need of an adjustments.  After all, wind is FREE energy and unlimited.  Yes, there’s that pesky “only when the wind blows”, but when the wind does blow, instead […]

Wind plants

Photos of wind plants in Wyoming Glenrock—three or four different groups Medicine Bow turbines: Evanston: Casper area: Entrance gate   A couple of photos of installations, etc How to make turbines look sweet and pretty: How to make them look sad and depressing: Shirley Basin/Medicine Bow area    

Problems solved

In an exchange with a wind worshipper, I realized the wind industry has a perfect answer to urban sprawl and other such “environmentally sensitive” dilemmas. Wind worshippers say turbines are “beautiful” and environmentally friendly and don’t have impacts on the environment that are negative. So…. Next time urban sprawl comes up, point out that as […]

Shame on Wyoming

I am officially ashamed of my state and the lie that Microsoft is perpetrating on the subject of wind energy. They fully admit they MUST backup their wind power and are going with the grid instead of diesel generators. This means they are running on the same power everyone else is—exactly what everyone else is. […]

(from Climate4kids.blogspot.com)

Power from Weather

It has happened. A massive blackout in South Australia, home of the “we are so proud of our renewable energy” state. Reports have claimed it was a “50 year” storm. For the weather illiterate, “50 year” storm does not mean a storm that occurs once every 50 years. It means that based on historical records, […]

Things I’ve run across

Wind energy cured cancer—at least the kind caused by EM lines. Greens protested far and wide about power lines causing brain tumors, cancer, etc and now they want the country buried under the lines so we can use expensive, limited wind and solar power. Who knew wind turbines could cure cancer? (Wait, you say the […]


Wandering Words


“We do not believe any group of men adequate enough or wise enough to operate without scrutiny or without criticism. We know that the only way to avoid error is to detect it, that the only way to detect it is to be free to inquire. We know that in secrecy error undetected will flourish and subvert”. - J Robert Oppenheimer.