Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Lesson Before Vying–for Lindsay Gordon

Recently, Lindsay Gordon was asked by Beth David if she thought the turbines constitute an “ominous human expert”. Of course, Beth David misquoted me as usual. What I actually said was we are about to embark on an ‘ominous social … Continue reading

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What, me worry?

Turbine technology includes multiple safety mechanisms ??  How safe are they really ? The Fairhaven project looks like the “What, me worry” project! Why the worry about safety in Fairhaven after the installation with NO public input on this “Low … Continue reading

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The Wow Factor of Wind Turbines.

WOW! Now that the twin turbines are being erected let the WOW! factor kick in. WOW! It’s high; I can see it from my house! WOW! It’s going to be right there? WOW! I really can hear it from where … Continue reading

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Natural gas, not oil, affects electric rates

Over the last couple of weeks there has been a steady flow of news stories about soaring gasoline prices, on pace for record highs by summertime and threatening the nation’s fragile economy. A familiar reason is at cause — the … Continue reading

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E-mails reveal maneuvering by town government on turbines

This is a letter about e-mails. Special e-mails between industrial wind developer Gordon Deane and the town of Fairhaven. E-mails they probably thought no one else would read. Fairhaven town officials have been trying to bring industrial wind turbines to Fairhaven for … Continue reading

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