Wednesday Flyover


7 comments on “Wednesday Flyover

  1. Ron Sarja says:

    Looks like Hell. I can’t imagine the impact this will have on tourism. Leaf peepers, photographers, vacationers, etc. go to the Northeast Kingdom because of it’s pristine beauty. They also spend money on lodging, restaurants, gas, ……the list goes on and on. If this has any impact on tourism, the financial loss to the public and private sectors of Vermont will far outweigh any projected savings from these industrialized windmills. The only ones profiting will be the foreign investors who have never been to Vermont or the US for that matter.

  2. Suze says:

    Breaks my heart. To think that there are much much better alternates… Such a tragic mess. We will not give up!

  3. Brad Blake says:

    This destruction is so sad. We must stop the destruction of our New England mountains!

  4. windy says:

    Some people, pushed to the limit, take effective action:

    Funny thing is the connecting thread is the rabid cop, Dan Locke

  5. bob says:

    There are alternatives to this primitive form of energy production. This isn’t the Iron Age. May hammers fall on pro-wind nuts.

  6. Daisy says:

    Clean, renewable energy is a beautiful thing. This is in my back yard. I much prefer looking at these towers than I would a coal plant, hydro-electric plant, nuclear plant, you name it. Just look at what relying on foreign oil, tar-sands, and hydro-fracking is doing to our environment! If you like a hot shower, you’re iPhone, driving a car… At some point you are going to have to make a choice.

    • Well it takes about 2500 wind turbine to generate as much energy yearly as one nuclear plant, so you going to get your dream fulfilled with a view of them just everywhere if your desire is satisfied. Just look at a map of wind power in Danemark, even if it generates only 20% of the country’s energy, so there would need to be 5 times more to generate all of it, they already are wind turbine sites all over the country.

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