Check out these pictures of the horribly ugly industrial site built in a beautiful farm field at Mercer County College.
I got them from Teresa Lourenco, who lives nearby andabout whom I wrote not long ago.She and her neighbors live next to what was once a beautiful farm field now covered with 45 acres of metal - all in the name of environmentalism.
Then read these links to all the disasters connected with wind power. Of particular interest to New Jerseyans is the piece about a windmill in England that collapsed in a mere 50-mph wind. Such winds are common off the Jersey Coast. How would they do in a hurricane? We'll find out if our politicians get their way and waste billions of dollars repeating this fiasco off our cost.
The £250,000 tower, which stood as tall as a six storey building, was hit by gale force gusts of 50mph.
The 50KW structure then collapsed at a farm in Bradworth, Devon, leaving a "mangled wreck".
Margaret Coles, Chairwoman of Bradworthy District Council, said hail storms and strong winds have hit the area and the turbine, installed just three years ago, simply could not withstand the wind.
"The bolts on the base could not withstand the wind and as we are a very windy part of the country they [the energy company] have egg on their face," she said. "There are concerns about safety."
People are only now waking up to what a scam these climate-change alarmists are foisting on us. How much of the planet will they despoil before politicians wise up to what's going on?
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