I really can not guess what other energy sources should be sought that is unclaimed. He talks a lot of fun.
Think and leap.
Tony Elliott — The Cypress Times
When it comes to wind farms and their supposed generation of renewable electricity, one must examine the definition of the word fraud. Dictionaries define it as deceit, trickery, sharp practice, or breach of confidence, perpetrated for profit or to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage.
The fact that we are told wind energy is helping in any way to lower our use of fossil fuel based electricity fits well within the definition of fraud. In reality, in the United States we have thousands of wind turbines currently in operation, yet the official estimate of actual electricity produced is 1% or less nationwide and as high as 2% in some states.
California can be used as a prime example of fraudulent estimations of actual wind generated electricity. Here it is said that wind generated electricity makes up about 1.5 percent of the overall state usage…
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