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Size comparisonsFrom Regroupement pour le Développement Durable des Appalaches, QuébecOct 09, 2009
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No to windfarmBy courtesy of Against Newlands Wind Farm Action GroupSep 23, 2009
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Size comparisonsBy courtesy of No Lee-DeKalb WindfarmsSep 23, 2009
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Liberty leading the peopleBy courtesy of Färingtofta Norra (Sweden), via epaw.org, with apologies to Eugène DelacroixJun 08, 2009
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NauseaBy courtesy of Tigné Préservé (France), via epaw.org, with apologies to Edvard Munch (The Scream)Jun 08, 2009
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Life in an 86-turbine windfarm after one yearFond du Lac County, Wisconsin, interviews with residents living near 400ft turbines - by Lynda BarryMay 14, 2009
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Danish CO₂ emissions did not decrease as wind production increasedThis graph shows that CO₂ emissions did not continue to decrease as Denmark's wind production increased - production data from Danish Energy Agency, emissions data from U.S. Energy Information AdministrationMay 12, 2009
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The TerminatorAdvertisement for the Tesmec 1475 trench digger ("a 100 MW wind project could have up to 150,000 feet of trenches containing 450,000 feet of underground cables" -- North American Windpower, March 2009)Mar 29, 2009
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Wind power’s long shadowThe powerful banner graphic from windconcernsontario.wordpress.comMar 20, 2009
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Don Quixote against the giantsThe moment their arms spun freely in our air, they were doomed - for Man has earned his right to hold this planet against all comers, by virtue of occasionally producing someone totally batshit insane. From xkcd.comMar 20, 2009
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Correlation of wind production and demand essentially randomHourly data from 1 year on the Bonneville Power Authority grid in the Pacific Northwest - With load on the y-axis and wind generation on the x-axis, it is clear that at any load, wind generation was anywhere from 0 to ~1,200 MW and 0 to ~600 MW in the summer months. (Positive correlation means that as load increases, so does wind generation; negative correlation means that as load increases, wind generation decreases; perfect correlation is expressed as 1.0.)Mar 07, 2009
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Correlation of wind generation and demand is essentially randomData from just 1 week on the Bonneville Power Authority grid in the Pacific NorthwestMar 07, 2009
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