Wholesale Slaughter: America’s Wind Turbines Mincing Tens of Millions of Bats Every Year

The wind power cult have no difficulty in justifying the destruction of pristine landscapes; the dismemberment of once cohesive, rural communities; the creation of toxic waste lands in China (where the rare earths essential to wind turbines are processed); power prices that punish the poorest and most vulnerable in society; and barely bat an eyelid at the slaughter of millions upon millions of birds and bats, across the globe.

In the US, a recent study has exposed the fact that the number of bats belted into oblivion by these things is magnitudes greater than originally estimated by wind industry controlled surveys.

Instead of a mere 2 to 3 million critters being annihilated annually, it appears that the numbers of bats killed by wind turbines in the USA may well be somewhere north of 20 million, every single year.

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The wind power cult have no difficulty in justifying the destruction of pristine landscapes; the dismemberment of once cohesive, rural communities; the creation of toxic waste lands in China (where the rare earths essential to wind turbines are processed); power prices that punish the poorest and most vulnerable in society; and barely bat an eyelid at the slaughter of millions upon millions of birds and bats, across the globe.

In the US, a recent study has exposed the fact that the number of bats belted into oblivion by these things is magnitudes greater than originally estimated by wind industry controlled surveys.

Instead of a mere 2 to 3 million critters being annihilated annually, it appears that the numbers of bats killed by wind turbines in the USA may well be somewhere north of 20 million, every single year.

‘Green’ Carnage Study: In 2019 US Wind Turbines Killed…

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