Poisoning people to save the planet
The blades from environmentally friendly subsidised bird- and bat-chomping inefficient wind turbines have a short life and cannot be recycled. They weigh 10-20 tonnes, are 40-60 metres long, need to be replaced every 15 years or less and are composed of plastic, fibreglass, balsa wood and resins.
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Professor Ian Plimer’s book ‘Green Murder’(Connor Court) was written using only electrons generated from the burning of fossil fuels.
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