Money For Jam: Intermittent & Unreliable Wind & Solar The Greatest Subsidy Scam In History

STOP THESE THINGS

The so-called wind and solar ‘industries’ were built on lies, myths and propaganda and run on subsidies. As wind power ‘investor’ Warren Buffett put it: “We get a tax credit if we build a lot of wind farms. That’s the only reason to build them. They don’t make sense without the tax credit.” Buffett might have continued, that it’s the only reason anyone invests in them.

As to the lies, myths and propaganda, the spate of bushfires that have swept Queensland, NSW, Victoria and South Australian this summer have energized doomsday climate cultists who – without a shred of scientific evidence – pronounce, with godlike certitude, that those fires were all caused by Australia’s failure to rein in its carbon dioxide gas emissions. Ergo, those fires could have been wholly prevented had we only carpeted every inch of the Australian countryside with windmills and every rooftop with solar panels.

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  1. nottrampis
    Jan 28, 2020 @ 20:58:38

    wow what doesn’t this blog get wrong.

    coal fired power is unreliable in that one unit breaks down every three days. When AEMO warned about blackouts this summer it was because of coal fired power stations nothing else.

    If every inch had solar panels ans wind towers then a bush fire could not exist. though noone ever said that.
    Duh

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