The wind blows – it has always blown! The sun shines – it has always shone! So the “experts” claim that wind generators are the answer to all our energy problems. BUT! has anyone actually carried out tests to see if they affect our weather patterns? or asked if removing energy from our wind pattern cause changes in local or even continental weather??
Is Spain turning into a desert??
Are the Balkans turning into swamp land?? Not as far-fetched as you might think.
Europe is full of wind turbines, giant structures that take energy from the wind, this MUST affect weather patterns. There are millions of these monsters infesting the countryside, but has anyone done the science?
Then you have solar panels pouring off the production lines in their billions. Not just the ones you have sitting on your roof or the ones that clad buildings. No, these are the ones that march across fields where corn grew and across deserts, acre after acre. They are absorbing solar energy then converting it into electricity, yes but has anyone done the SCIENCE???
The Earth needs solar energy to maintain its wellbeing, if man is stealing that energy it must have an adverse effect. the European Space Agency reported that the Earths Electro Magnetic Field was weakening are we sowing the seeds of our own destruction by stealing natures bounty just because of greed and ignorance?
If these “experts” claim a few extra parts per million of CO² is dangerous, then harvesting free energy on the scale that is envisaged will be a calamity!
There is no such thing as A FREE MEAL everything costs and if a deal is too good to be true then it probably is!!! Once again I ask the question HAS ANYONE DONE THE SCIENCE???
So before anyone else covers their countryside with millions of wind turbines or solar panels – can someone PLEASE do the science!
Good intentions, the road to perdition is covered in them. Oh and just to start you thinking in Cataluña and on into Aragon wind turbines are everywhere BUT the nuclear power station is always busy so are they really necessary?
© Michael Douglas Bosc