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Looking forward to getting back into blogging and what better way than doing this challenge to raise awareness. Thank you for hosting!

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Don't know what is wrong what is rite but i know that every one has there own point of view and same goes to this one


Right on, Dave! This article is fehtrur proof the NYT is part of the vast right-wing conspiracy! The little voices in my head were saying Bogus, and Stupid, and one was just doing a continuous Bronx Cheer for the NYT! Seriously though, without seeing the raw data from the NAS, it's impossible to say how much of the article is Mr. Wald's interpretation (or misinterpretation) of the study. I get the feeling there's more spin than fact. The main argument against this clean form of energy seems to be it would make too little difference. Had the article talked about the amount of pollution produced in the construction of a windmill vs. its expected energy output, one might be able to decide whether it was a viable alternative to coal or not. The most absurd paragraph was the one in which the author brought up the harm to bats and raptors, albeit unmeasurable, as an excuse for not building the windmills. Had it compared the damage to bats from windmills vs. the damage to bats from the pollution produced by dirty coal-fired plants that would have been something else (I'm not even sure that's possible). But to claim the environmental highground in relation to birds and bats, in order to justify spewing soot into the atmosphere made me groan.


Oh yeah they are definitely a catnsroint but half the time these news stories are presenting preliminary info or non-gated studies but they still don't bother to link. They could, at very least, link to the press release, which is never gated, but then we might realize just how much of their work is copy and paste.


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