Wind Farms: Industrial Killing Zones for Millions of Birds, Bats & Bugs

STOP THESE THINGS

Ironically, climate cultists raging about extinctions keep berating us that the solution’s an all wind powered future. Merrily ignoring the wanton destruction of millions of birds, bats and bugs caused by their beloveds, every year.

Cars, cats and skyscrapers don’t kill Eagles – like the critically endangered Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle, but 60 m wind turbine blades with their tips travelling at 350 Kph routinely smash them out of existence.

If the reason giant industrial wind turbines are such effective killing machines has been bugging you, Willis Eschenbach’s article will give you food for thought.

Explaining Wind Turbine Lethality
Watts Up With That?
Willis Eschenbach
21 August 2019

For reasons that will soon be evident, the comments on my previous wind turbine post reminded me of a long-ago sunset dinner with my gorgeous ex-fiancée on the verandah of a lovely treetop restaurant on Pohnpei island in the tropical Pacific.

The only “fly in…

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One response to “Wind Farms: Industrial Killing Zones for Millions of Birds, Bats & Bugs

  1. Lieber Andreas,
    könntest Du nicht eine englische Fassung der Petition “Retten Sie den Rotmilan und andere von der Ausrottung bedrohte Arten!” auf Deiner fantatischen Seite publizieren und zu der Pettion auf change.org verlinken?
    http://chng.it/2tCpBnTH
    Momentan sind schlimme Zeiten in Deutschland. Die CDU hebt den Artenschutz unter Missachtung der Europäischen Vogelschutzrichtlinie und internationaler Abkommen auf Drängen der Windindustrie auf. Aber das hast Du sicher schon auf meiner Seite und auf windwahn.com gelesen.
    Viele Grüße aus Pommern
    René

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