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Huge wind turbines – taller than the
Statue of Liberty -- are toppling over
in a ‘rash’ of incidents

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Posted By: DVC, 1/23/2023 12:36:26 PM

Bloomberg Business Week, no foe of green energy, headlines: Wind Turbines Taller Than the Statue of Liberty Are Falling Over.” [snip] A motorist had reported that one of the huge turbines at a nearby wind farm had collapsed in dramatic fashion. The steel tower, which once stood hundreds of feet tall, was buckled in half, and the turbine blades, whose rotation took the machine higher than the Statue of Liberty, were splayed across the wheat field below. The turbine, made by General Electric Co., had been in operation less than a year.


Great news! I hope they ALL fall down.
Worse than useless, they are very expensive, and totally undependable, requiring equal capacity of NORMAL coal or gas fired power plants be available for those frequent times when they are NOT working.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Highlander 1/23/2023 12:54:06 PM (No. 1385460)
Useless artifacts to man’s folly.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: jeffkinnh 1/23/2023 12:54:58 PM (No. 1385461)
Hubris. The Greens are charging ahead despite all the evidence that wind and solar are NEVER going to replace carbon based fuels. That is not due to any decision but the reality of the limits of solar, wind, and their supporting and necessary technologies such as storage batteries. This article highlights another weakness of wind power, the operational environment is very demanding. But the Greens are rushing headlong over a cliff and taking the rest of us along with them.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: marbles 1/23/2023 1:06:31 PM (No. 1385469)
This and everything else re " green energy " is not meant to work.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: rocket-j-squirrel 1/23/2023 1:14:43 PM (No. 1385476)
Hmm, figuring out how to recycle wrecked wind turbines...Already have the name of my company...Dream Catchers.
58 people like this.

Reply 5 - Posted by: Speedy2 1/23/2023 1:18:32 PM (No. 1385477)
dirty green energy
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Reply 6 - Posted by: paral04 1/23/2023 1:19:52 PM (No. 1385478)
Good Grief! This is a strong sign to those undereducated greenies that those wind turbines are dangerous to humans and they kill birds by the millions while emitting horrible high pitched shrieks.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: felixcat 1/23/2023 1:32:10 PM (No. 1385488)
Greaaat... These wind turbines, if not chopping up birds while standing or causing whales to beach themselves, will kill even more creatures when they collapse.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: HotPatty 1/23/2023 1:46:14 PM (No. 1385499)
Each month they bury 100's of Turbine blades in huge holes outside of Caspar, WY.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: sunshinehorses 1/23/2023 1:53:58 PM (No. 1385504)
Wind energy is great if you make it for ONE house / farm not near neighbors or even a couple of places as it would be about the size of the windmills used for generations on farms. It never should have been to power the grid. The same with solar power, use it for remote places or even for ONE house in a SUNNY area. Trying to upsize these technologies is a huge mistake.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 1/23/2023 2:24:07 PM (No. 1385521)
If only - - if only - - if only we could capture the energy produced by falling windmills - - - - there would never be a need for any other kind of fuel. I hope some enterprising young engineer will work on that.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 1/23/2023 2:27:31 PM (No. 1385524)
Substandard Chinese steal? Poor design and construction? Anything for a quick buck. Take every shortcut. That's green energy.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: mc squared 1/23/2023 2:47:20 PM (No. 1385540)
The green thing is just like medieval sorcerers getting rich by spreading doom and fear. Right Al?
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Reply 13 - Posted by: nelsonted1 1/23/2023 3:00:57 PM (No. 1385549)
I used to drive through Iowa, Ohio and Indiana and think someone should borrow a backhoe and dig up a trunk line to the windmill farm then borrow one of those 400 horse all wheel drive tractors and pull the trunk line. I'd bet a mile of line would come out.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: DVC 1/23/2023 3:13:56 PM (No. 1385571)
Re #6, actually they emit very LOW frequency pulsing noises. High frequencies don't travel far, but low frequencies travel long distances. People who live near these things, like miles away, report endless low frequency pulsing which drives them batty after a while.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Are You Serious 1/23/2023 3:17:57 PM (No. 1385577)
Given this news, the next set of wind turbines should be placed next to the White House and Capitol Hill.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: JHHolliday 1/23/2023 3:47:33 PM (No. 1385599)
Search the internet, and you will also find numerous incidents of the main body of a windmill exploding and burning. The left says, "follow the science" but they are the very ones ignoring the science of physics
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Reply 17 - Posted by: lakerman1 1/23/2023 4:36:52 PM (No. 1385621)
It has been about a decade now, here along the shores of Lake Erie, at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center, when the wind turbine exploded, casting chunks of carbon all over the Center's parking lot. Fortunately, it happened at 4 AM, and no one was hurt. The Center chose not to replace the gadget.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: bpl40 1/23/2023 5:16:21 PM (No. 1385642)
A modern nuclear power station generating a thousand Megawatts occupies one square mile area. A wind power farm of the same capacity will require 412 square miles. Where is the land going to come from? Then again blades, motors etc. have a fisted year life. And need to be replaced at higher inflation driven prices. Besides the unpredictable nature of wind (and solar for that matter) requires coupling with a natural gas unit of equal capacity. This whole business is nuts.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: bpl40 1/23/2023 5:18:13 PM (No. 1385643)
That should read fifteen not fisted. Damn auto correct.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 1/23/2023 6:13:58 PM (No. 1385678)
ROFLMBO, the stupidity of leftist man never seems to end does it? Bwahahahaha
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Msquared112 1/23/2023 9:03:13 PM (No. 1385784)
There is a God.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: 24tea@Mag 1/24/2023 2:05:22 AM (No. 1385872)
Probably they were made in China. Bring back oil, coal, gas, etc. Wait to solar panels need to be disposed of or catch fire. Then, we will see if we really saved the environment or caused more harm than good.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: hoosierblue 1/24/2023 6:46:32 AM (No. 1385939)
How to be a good President, ask a leftist how to do something and then do just the opposide. Has the left ever done anything that hasn't been a disaster.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Strike3 1/24/2023 8:44:34 AM (No. 1385999)
That's a shame. On a positive note, a few hundred birds were saved this year.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Speedypetey 1/24/2023 8:59:58 AM (No. 1386011)
I was invited to participate in a week long Kaizen (process improvement and reduction) for large wind turbine manufacturing. We did not concentrate on the internal DC gen and gear box but what the team understood to be limits was; the mast had a useful service life of 25 years. To build the mast to last a decade longer would cost millions more. It really didn't matter if they could make it support for longer service because the bearing assembly supporting the dynamic load exerted on the blade hub was about the same 25 years. So in extreme wind like thunderstorm wind shears how long?
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Marzipan4 1/24/2023 9:10:59 AM (No. 1386033)
Oh but the virtue signal for all to view giant pink hats
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Reply 27 - Posted by: pmcclure 1/24/2023 9:31:20 AM (No. 1386056)
Wind turbines are emblems of mindless tyranny.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Zigrid 1/24/2023 10:58:35 AM (No. 1386145)
Reminds me of obama's green companies that all went bankrupt at the expense of the taxpayers....of course he's running the White House now and doing his damage from behind the curtain....I'd like to see his college records...he's not very he?
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Reply 29 - Posted by: GoodDeal 1/24/2023 12:56:59 PM (No. 1386234)
One thing the engineers forgot about was the additional load on the towers due to bird strikes. In Palm Springs they send out crews every week to pick up all of the dead birds, including eagles and hawks. If a hunter was killing these birds, he would be in jail for a long time. But as a public utility, they are held harmless from the incidental deaths and killings of protected species.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: TurtleDove 1/24/2023 1:14:08 PM (No. 1386246)
I completely agree with this & would add they're UGLY: "Great news! I hope they ALL fall down. Worse than useless, they are very expensive, and totally undependable, requiring equal capacity of NORMAL coal or gas fired power plants be available for those frequent times when they are NOT working."
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Reply 31 - Posted by: janjan 1/24/2023 1:45:43 PM (No. 1386271)
They can’t make a wind turbine that doesn’t fall over but they think they have the technology to push electric cars on the public and even make them mandatory. Laughable.
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