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    Wind Blows Down Wind Turbine

    September 9, 2022 - Moonbattery


      When the wind doesn’t blow, wind turbines are useless for anything other than laundering taxpayer money to pay off campaign donors they à la Obama. When it does blow, they fall over:

      A £2m wind turbine was knocked over by the wind after raging storms and 50mph gales made the blades on the 300ft rotary turn at twice their normal speed.

      The turbine, which was almost the height of St Paul’s Cathedral, was torn apart by the raging winds and eventually collapsed to the ground in February.

      Too bad it wasn’t an edible wind turbines; then it could be recycled as food instead of posing a massive disposal problem.

      Britons can be thankful that their new prime minister appears to have no use for this nonsense. Liz Truss just ended the UK’s ban on fracking, enabling the production of clean and efficient energy.

      Germans might want to take similar steps before their economy collapses under the weight of green idiocy. Americans would also benefit immensely from reversing the moonbat war on sensible energy (see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, etc.).

      On a tip from Wiggins.

      The post Wind Blows Down Wind Turbine appeared first on Moonbattery.

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