Tag Archive | environment

The Magic of Wind

The Magic of Wind 1. Always refer to wind energy as “energy from weather”. It makes clear exactly how unreliable and useless it is. 2. Always call them “wind plants”. They are NOT farms. Wind turbines do not grow from seeds. Sixty 400 foot screaming metal towers are NOT a farm. They are an industrial […]

That fixes MY problem, who cares about yours?

Today I received an email concerning the “victory” in wind plants that declared the turbines a health hazard. Spread the news far and wide. Duke Energy is being stopped—except Duke Energy is not being stopped and wind plants aren’t either. One plant is being stopped as a health hazard. This may work for populated areas, […]


In a move not at all unanticipated, the PTC was allowed a one year extension of robbing workers and damaging the environment while enriching the already rich. Environmentalists have no problem enriching oil companies and nuclear power companies as long as the environmentalists can continue their assault on the planet and pretend all of their […]

Checking out a coal mine turned wind power plant

Glenrock Wind Plant We drove out to check out the Glenrock Wind Farm, built on the site of a reclaimed coal mine. Unlike the Casper Wind Farm, which is said to be built on an old refinery site but actually in on refinery land because the refinery was in town and you can’t put earth-friendly […]

Click here to get plans for your FREE energy machine!

I received one of the many emails I get daily for a “free energy machine” that will eliminate my power bills forever. I just need to send $X and the book will be on its way. I realized that the most terrifying thing about these ads is the United States Congress and President fully endorse […]


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.