Vote for Shelagh McFarlane Ward 3 Kincardine. Shelagh is a breath of fresh air, with the capacity to effect the kind of change the people of Kincardine want to see. To find out more about Shelagh go to her FB page or Website.
John Casey discusses the cooling planet, natural cycles and the fraud of MMGW on Canada Live Radio. Science as a political tool and the indoctrination of children by the education system are also discussed. Global cooling expected to lead to food shortages.
David Suzuki and many in the environmental movement say Rachel Carson‘s book, Silent Spring, published in 1962, was a turning point in their lives. Silent Spring warns of environmental damage caused by chemical spraying and the use of DDT.
Carson explores the causes of Climate Change in an earlier book called, The Sea Around Us, a book I’ve never heard an environmentalist endorse or acknowledge. Carson lays out a much more plausible explanation for Global Warming/Climate Change than the IPCC. The earth has always warmed and cooled via the natural cycle, but the environmental movement is determined to blame man, as in “Man Made Global Warming.” Why do you think that is?
Fairchild Television contacted me in June and in July their film crew came to the Ripley wind farm to shoot a feature about the negative affects of living near wind turbines.
Originally over 12 minutes I edited it so only the English parts remain. If I can get it translated I will post more of the video.
I wish to thank Sherona and her crew for making the trip from Toronto, also Fairchild Television for the original production.
March 29th 2008 – all the sheep celebrate their stupidity in one huge, massive, world wide flock. The shepherds will smile that day as the sheep Baaaaaaaaaaa in unison. The herd mentality runs true and deep. The great Baaaaaaaaaaaaa will attempt to drown out the sound of reason.
Canada is in great peril, as are the freedoms of the people who call Canada home.
A Green Sticky Slime has attached its self to what used to be your brain. It’s not your fault really. You never saw it coming. Like mold it starts in a damp corner of your home barely noticeable. Over time it grows and spreads, but you still don’t notice it. It’s growing in dark damp places you never pay attention to – until it’s too late and your home has become uninhabitable.
“In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill …All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome.
The real enemy, then, is humanity itself.”
– Club of Rome,
The First Global Revolution,
consultants to the UN.
“…we need to get some broad based support, to capture the public’s imagination…. So we have to offer up scary scenarios,
make simplified, dramatic statements and make little mention of any doubts…. Each of us has to decide what the right balance
is between being effective and being honest.“
– Stephen Schneider,
Stanford Professor of Climatology
lead Author of many IPCC reports
“We’ve got to ride this global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing in terms of economic and environmental policy.“
– Timothy Wirth,
fmr US Under Sec of State,
current Head of the UN Foundation
“No matter if the science of global warming is all phony… climate change provides the greatest opportunity to bring about justice and equality in the world.”
– Christine Stewart,
fmr Canadian Minister of the Environment
And from the father of Kyoto, Maurice Strong
“Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the
industrialized civilizations collapse?
Isn’t it our responsiblity to bring that about?”
– Maurice Strong, former Secretary General of UNEP
Are you a Sheep?
Carlin tells it like it is
The full documentary from Channel 4 in the U.K. (1 hour 15 min)
This video is important. It should be required viewing for everyone who has seen Al Gore’s film. It should be included in the curriculum in all schools and broadcast on the CBC to all Canadians. The more you read and see the better your education on any subject. In the end it is you that must make your own decision. Get some popcorn and enjoy the movie.
This paper was written in 2004.
It looks at all options for replacement of coal. This 31 page document shows how wrong the Liberal govt. is when it comes to electrical generation in Ontario. If you really want high prices and an unstable grid then embrace the wind. If you want a cost effective reliable grid then get active. I thank Mr. Rogers for his work and allowing me to share it with you.
Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
The low intensity of wind power results in a requirement for many large wind turbines to generate any significant power. Furthermore, these turbines have to be well-spaced to ensure
that wake effects on adjacent turbines do not reduce blade efficiency, and thus power generation, significantly. Based on data from different sources, the power-to-area intensity for
wind farms varies from about 2.8 MW/km2 to about 5.0 MW/km2 [32, 33, 34]. Therefore, to replace the capacity of the OPG coal plants by wind power plants, assuming an optimistic
power intensity of 4 MW/km2, would require a total area of about 1,900 sq.km., about three times the size of metropolitan Toronto. The cost and difficulty of assembling adequate wind
sites over such an area in southern Ontario would be prohibitive, even though some of the required area would also still be usable for agricultural purposes. In addition, the total electricity produced annually by this capacity would be considerably less than that produced by the coal-fired plants because of the low annual capacity factors of the wind plants. From the above data on the current installed capacity and energy production of wind power plants in Ontario, the annual capacity factor of these plants is 18.7%, compared to about 60% to 65% for
the coal-fired plants. An ACF of 18.7% is on the low side of the range of ACFs for existing
wind farms, 20% to 30% . Assuming an average ACF of 25%, replacing the coal-fired plants by the same capacity of wind-fired plants would result in the generation of only about
40% of the electricity produced in a year by the coal-fired plants. Furthermore, unlike power from the coal-fired plants, power from the wind plants would not be available on demand to
meet varying loads, but would depend on the variability of the wind. Since there is no practical means of storing electricity directly on a large scale, building additional wind plants to
overcome this intermittency would not be helpful12.
In effect, wind plants cannot really replace the coal-fired plants, since they cannot meet the requirements of intermediate-load service, that is, being available on demand to meet varying
loads over a day or other period. Similarly, wind plants cannot be used for base-load to provide continuous power or for peaking plants to provide peak power on demand. Wind generation is
only useful for now as displacement energy, being accepted by the grid, when it is available, in preference to energy from conventional plants whose operating costs at that time are greater
than those of the wind energy plants .
It is concluded that wind energy is not a realistic option to replace the coal-fired plants and will continue to play only a very minor role in electricity generation in Ontario.
For the full text of his paper