Talk about a “sales job that gone completely off the rails”!
We’ve all heard the never ending “looney tune propaganda from Green whackos” for so long now that Wind Turbines will save the planet from that dreaded fossil fuel warming of the planet that we have almost started to believe it.
BUT, and here’s the kicker, it looks like Wind Turbines may just be the contributing factor in the so-called “warming theory” so many eco-idiots have been hanging unto to sell their crap theory that human consumption is bad and killing us while the planet suffers under the deadly C02 produced by fossil fuel use!
Now one may ask if this cold winter can be linked to a drastic climate altering presence of thousands of man-made Wind Developments????
Maybe the green shoe is on the other foot for a change!
OUCH! Now what is Suzuki, Gore,May and every other loopy warmist going to say about their dear phallic symbol to the Green God they worship!
New research shows wind farms have a warming effect on the local climate, which might throw a wrench in the expansion of this new form of energy.
Wind farms have been touted as the technology of the future and a way to create sustainable energy. But new research shows that wind farms may have a negative effect on area surface temperature.
Researchers at SUNY New York looked at nearly 10 years of satellite data of areas around wind farms in Texas. Researchers chose Texas because it has four of the world’s largest wind farms. The results showed night-time surface temperatures around areas with high volumes of wind turbines were 0.72 degrees C (1.3 degrees F) higher than areas where no wind farms existed.
What caused the increase in surface temperature? During the evening, the earth cools and brings the air temperature down. But near wind turbines, turbulence from the blades keeps the air warmer.
Discovery News reports:
“Given the present installed capacity and the projected growth in installation of wind farms across the world, I feel that wind farms, if spatially large enough, might have noticeable impacts on local to regional meteorology,” Liming Zhou, associate professor at the State University of New York, Albany and author of the paper published April 29 in Nature Climate Change said in an e-mail to Discovery News.”