WIDrakeKiller wrote:Is it a concern yes, but we need clean energy more than we need ducks. Don't worry too over time ducks will learn to stay away from them.
WIDrakeKiller wrote:Yup guys lets just keep using oil from the middle east because thats working out great isnt.
Bill Herian wrote:Maybe we should drill our own
We have more than anyone else. So much, we can't even measure it.
coruptone wrote:wanapasaki, i have a question and since you work on one of these farms maybe you can answer it ?? Here in Idaho wind farms are starting to pop up every where and i have heard that the most costly part is getting the wind farm attached to the power grid?? Is this true???? As for the oil thing i hate too burst everyone's bubble and i am not trying to start a fight butt the usa has not gotten one drop of oil from the middle east since the late 60s early 70s. Remember the alaskin pipe line!!! it was put up as a result of 6 oil tankers being sunk in the sueas canal . We have been lied to all these years to justify what we are doing over there. The truth is the only reason that we there is to make sure that everyone plays nice. Europe,Japan,China get there oil from the middle east. The United states gets its oil from Alaska and the gulf of Mexico.
Sorry butt everyone has been lied too
wanapasaki wrote:Wind is VERY effective... My turbines each put out 2.2 Mega Watts. Each megawatt can supply 3,000 homes...I have 63 turbines. They are very effective...
High Sierras wrote:wanapasaki wrote:Wind is VERY effective... My turbines each put out 2.2 Mega Watts. Each megawatt can supply 3,000 homes...I have 63 turbines. They are very effective...
How effective are they when the wind isn't blowing?
Nuclear works all the time, whether the sun is shining or not, whether the wind is blowing or not. That's why the US navy dropped sails (you know, the original wind power!!! )and is using nuke reactors now...it's called technology, and we need to embrace it!
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