Environmentalists support Vermont’s renewable energy mandates to check global warming. The Obama administration is also throwing billions to advance a green agenda to save our planet. Both will have negligible results but will dramatically increase the cost of electricity.
Renewable advocates say that wind power complements solar power because wind often blows strongly at night while solar is only available during daylight hours. But, according to SUNY Prof. Liming Zhou, the turbulence of wind power stirs the cooler air that usually settles on the ground at night and mixes it with warm air from above. Zhou’s research confirms wind farms contribute to warming by heating up the land underneath them during the night. He showed a direct correlation between night-time temperature increases and the placement of the wind farms.
Prof. Zhou also thinks pushing wind power could have a noticeable impact on local to regional meteorology. In agricultural areas because this warming effect can adversely hinder crop growth and even have an effect on rain patterns.
The solution proposed by John Dabin, who’s an expert on wind power design, is for smaller turbines. They can avoid this problem but the trade off is wind speed decreases as you move closer to the ground so these turbines will make less power.
There’s no scientific consensus to support past global warming hype but now Prof. Zhou has offered the theory that wind farms are warming the earth and contributing to global warming. There’s no good reason for wind power. It’s just another government policy supported by taxpayers’ subsidy.
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Notes and Events
Wednesday May 9: A Tale of Two Futures. Burlington, Vermont: Come enjoy an interesting and lively discussion entitled, “A Tale of Two Futures… Leading Vermont to Prosperity”, given by Vermonters for Economic Health. The Event will take place on Wednesday, May 9th from 6:30-8:00 at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington. Speakers for the Event are Tom Licata, President of Vermonters for Economic Health, and Robert Maynard, Treasurer of Vermonters for Economic Health. Contact: Tom Licata, President Phone: 658-8624
Saturday July 7 to Friday July 13: Camp Constitution Announces its 2012 Family Camp in Rindge, NH
This year’s camp promises to be its most well attended in the camp’s history. Featured instructors include Dr. Mike Coffman, author Jim Perloff, , motivational speaker and author Earl Wallace, Pastor Garrett Lear, “The Patriot Pastor, “New American” writer and talk show host, Tom Eddlem, author Mrs. Sally Humphries, historian Tom Moor, amd the Rev. Steve Craft.
The camp will hold a number of classes including “America’s Godly Heritage, several regarding the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, Agenda 21 and the U.N., Creation vs. Evolution, The Moral American, The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline, More Than a Right, and “The 10 Commandments, and Leadership”
In addition to the classes, campers and staff will visit historic Concord, MA, the Louisa May Alcott House, and the Franklin Pierce House, a hike up Mt. Monadnock and a community outreach where campers distribute copies of the U.S. Constitution to people in the neighboring towns.
Recreational opportunities include swimming, volleyball, basketball, wiffleball, an indoor roch climbing wall, and chess tournaments.
For information on the camp please visit our web site www.campconstitution.net or vist us on facebook For a promotional brochure visit our scribe.com page:http://www.scribd.com/doc/61101973/Camp-Constitution-2012-Promotional-Brochure
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