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  1. Hi Ron,
    Just stumbled on your site.
    Have you covered the Sandy Hook Hoax? Have we had much Canadian reporting on it?
    Look forward to educating myself with
    your posts.
    Thanks! Joan

  2. I got involved in a Financial situation at the University of British Columbia. My CUPE Local 116 Union came after me. They tried to concoct a history of Violence against me. When that failed I was to be seen in front of family friends and Co workers as Seriously mentally ill.

    My story at UBCSTEAFITTER.BLOGSPOT.COM

  3. Syrians/muslims landed in canada…..please goto billionbibles.com……sharia law explained….what muslims
    Follow and plan to bring to canada and usa.
    Trump stopped muslims for entering usa but they will via canada. In 25 years muslims changed the middle east from
    Christian to muslim/sharia law which also states you are to lie if it advances islam/muslim faith also to kill the infidels which is anything other than muslim.
    Norway/sweden 12 year old girl etc. Violently raped by muslims. Also norway has to ask permission to have Christmas because it offends muslims. Don’t let this happen
    In canada! Muslims state above are radical…..if that is so why do muslim woman dress head to toe which is backward.

  4. I was looking for a quote from Wilfred Laurier and came across your site. I’m so disappointed to see you have a clip of Harper and you label him a Canadian traitor. He is the 2rd best PM that Canada has been blessed enough to have. And now our country is screwed because the real trader Justin Trudeau shit on our security measures and is allowing dangerous refugees to come in by the tens of thousands. That is a true traitor! Stephen Harper is a great man with nothing but the best intentions for Canada.

  5. I am a hard working honest man with frederal government can prove this they audited me 3 time for 6 month each time daily broke down to 15 minute. I am a very safe polite truck driver. I have been bullied out of my job by the RCMP I have been refured to as that a number of times by police I am a person not a that the RCMP have covered up 3 assaults on me they covered up a hit and run when I was walking across a parking lot they screamed at me for 45 minutes till I was in crying a prosicutor with Edmonton the RCMP and Edmonton police planed an assault on me because I reported a prosicutor and her boyfriend for dangerous driving

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  9. I used the soy milk a lot on a daily basic.but unfortunately,I’m a diabetic,so my question is why arent 1% 2%or fat free milk,and or products example yogurt, puddings ect..?available in markets. Thank you in advance for your reply. Joan

  10. I did my part by turning on every light, radio, PC, and TV inside and outside of my house for earth hour. I then spent the hour sending emails to various contacts and hopefully still good friends pointing them to some websites to educate themselves on the threat we all face from the UN.
    I vote NO!

  11. I’m a mycologist and in January this year published an academic paper outlining a newly identified serious threat posed by even individual wind turbines to the environment, taxpayer and business interests which is uninsurable

    I emailed a copy with supporting information to the three email conacts here but two of them were returned as unknown addresses

    This issue is known to MEP Struan Stevenson whom I have asked to inform EPAW

    Please let me know if my comment is received and the information of interest

    Thank you and best regards

    dixie dean (Prof. Em.)

  12. I have just learned that 5 2mw turbines are proposed within 1000 m of my home. Gunn’s Hill Windfarm, Norwich On. How do we get the true facts? WHat do I and my neighbours need to know?

    The notice was just published in the newspaper.

    thanks

    John

  13. I don’t know about Canada but in the US any lawyer who makes you believe he can get around rural land owners’ property rights to build anything they want on their property is a windmill chaser looking to profit from emotionally distraut people. A land owner can build anything they want on their rural land. Dale Rankin lost this very type of law suit in Texas. If you could sue the neighbor because he block your view of HIS land then you could prevent him from building any structure on HIS property that obstructs your view, including HIS house. Ultimately, rural lands value is related to their taxing values, agricultural productive use.

  14. Ron: No, wind will most likely not power the grid but as Rex said, together with other renewables it’s a good start.
    Just watch the videos I linked to. I had a look at some of the pages on the site e.g., the Cohocton Wind Watch Vibroacoustic Disease (VAD) article. To get any VAD effect at all, the sound level would have to be 110 dB: that’s about equivalent to a power saw (see this loudness comparison chart). The 110 dB figure is from this page. Most of the other google references to the disease were from anti-wind power sites (hmmmm). In my first post I related that I have recently gotten right up close and personal with a large turbine and it was almost silent, so you’ll excuse my skepticism when confronted with the Alves-Pereira & Branco study (their study has a sample size of two, i.e., N=2? That makes it merely anecdotal. Their study is not AFAIK peer-reviewed — OTOH, I guess there is really no need to build turbines within 500 m of a residential building). Again, if wind turbines and cows do not mix, how come I have seen cows grazing close to towers? So: how do you feel about offshore wind farms? Say, 7 miles offshore?

  15. Mark
    Let me try this. I just checked the energy output numbers for the province of Ontario. At 10am today the 400 MW of wind in Ont. were producing 4MW or 1% of their plated capacity. If you think wind is going to power Ontario or anywhere else you are dreaming. Most wind farms are to backed up by natural gas plants. Expensive and great emitters of ground level ozone which in fact is more dangerous than the emissions from the coal plants.
    Maybe this will help you understand.
    France is powered by 80% nukes 10% fossil fuel and 10% hydro. France is slated for 5000 windmills. You can’t use nukes to back up wind and they only have 10% hydro power. Wind has to have a back up of at least 80%. In order to do this the only option is to add more fossil fuels. So in order for France to use wind they must in fact add to the pollution levels not decrease them.

    I have been a greenie since I was a young man and I studied wind and solar in the 70’s. Wind and solar have their applications but trying to power the grid is not one of them.
    I have enjoyed this but I must get back to work.

    Thanks for your interest.
    PS. I had a long talk with the senior policy advisor for the Ministry of Energy in Ont.
    He agrees with me not you.
    He also agrees that this is about politics and greed.
    Check out the E7 papers and the AIAI

    Ron

  16. Atomcat: You must be psychic — how else would you know what kind of person I am (or how much swampland I own)? Some farmers are benefitting farrming the wind. And, no, I don’t have anything to do with the wind energy industry. You are right that I know nothing about farmers’ deeds to land in Canada — but that is a separate issue from the viability and need for renewable energy from wind. I am curious as to how the corporations got on the farmers’ deeds in the first place — can you elucidate?

  17. Mark
    You are the type of person that buys swampland.

    Do a little research.

    The wind industry is nothing more than a investment scheme.

    The corporations are on the farmers deed and they have first right of refusal. Before a farmer can sell his property to his family the corporation has first shot at the land. Farmers are finding it more difficult to secure loans because they don’t have clear title to their land. I personally know many people who have be forced from their homes after the wind farm arrived.
    Find me some documentation that backs up the claims of the wind industry. You can’t because it doesn’t exist.
    Anyway if you don’t already work for the wind industry I’m sure they are hiring. Give them a call.

    Atomcat

  18. I’ve been right up to and inside a 65 m turbine in the UK (Ecotech Center at Swaffham, Norfolkk) — and it was virtually silent. I do mean silent. I climbed the 305 steps up to a viewing platform directly below the pod. So what is all the fuss about? We need energy independent of fossil fuels — asap. I’m with Rex. So please take this pointless site down and do something useful with your time and money.

  19. I gather from your website that you do not see wind farms as a viable source of energy. My concern is that we are running out of resources and time to find alternative energy sources. Wind, hydro, solar, bio-mass (waste products)seem to be a start. Peak oil production is approaching, if not already here. We must find an alternative to “cheap” oil and natural gas before the reserve is either depleted or production cannot meet demand. We must do this now, while we have the lights on continuously and while we can still produce the apparatus needed using current technology (running on oil). If you or anyone else has a solution please, please, for the love of mankind share it. NOW!!

  20. nville NY…My town is in the process of getting 68 industrial turbines.What legal rights do we have.I know the lease holders right now are the wind company’s assets but after the deal is done where will they be . We have heard reports of other towns not even being paid.Its amazing that a price can be put on our quality of life.

  21. Hi Ron:

    Hey I feel for you and your good neighbours…
    Suggestions…
    What’s that movie with Julia Roberts…Erin Brokovitch I think
    Gather info on people…who reside in the area…any health issues…, (sleep disturbances, get in touch with real estage boards.. study real estate price trends…. go to your municipality where you are able to get info free on charge on what property value assesments are and trends…
    measure sound level with decibel meters…
    Form a not for profit organization…to give a name for what you are trying to do…you are not in it for financial gain but for the gain of the community…Get in touch with your local ornithological societies, birdwatching groups…, flaps, f.l.a.p. see if you can get any data on bird migration , any accipiterrs in the area birds of pray thrive in ridges and like to fly along ridges…any kills due to propeller blades…you have to go big,
    get data on neighbours…on other communities that have been affected…do you see trends… quantifiable trends…
    I know it sounds like I’m saying do, do, do…my hands are tied. I can only suggest options…why…because my focus is different I’m looking at it from the outside and some things you mentioned are evident…A lady on the phone told me she was moving out of her place because the noise of the wind turbine was driving her nuts….Use the freedom of informationa and privacy act…I think you’ve got it in you to make your community and by extension the rest of Canada a better place…A place where people are respected…where their inalienable rights are respected… keep in mind that after wind power and along with it will come solar power…look at spain where they’ve got towers surrounded my mirrors which reflect sunlight for power….
    By the by where do you think the power is going to…not to Canada…who sucks up that power..and plans on consuming more…?
    If you form a non profit organization you’ll have standing if you got a case you can take it tho the UN.
    By the by it’s not nice…but have you approached any other parties that could back you…You’ve got to look at the demographic, cultural, environmental, health, economic aspects. Man you are not too far from Walkerton…
    By the by please don’t call me I am not supposed to have an opinion…another thing what you are doing is lofty…you might encounter a lot of opposition…also have you been stopped while driving been issued any speeding tickets…
    man you shouldn’t have to walk on eggshells, but when you start talking billions of dollars…man you alone don’t stand a chance…you need others who think like you…and one more thing don’t show your cards and get consensus…

  22. Ann-Marie and Leslie,

    We are in the same position down here in Essex County. If all 15 projects go through, there will be more turbines in our little area than the entire province of Alberta. After hundreds of letters and contacts, we have been stonewalled by all levels of government.

    There is no real easy answer to fighting this and there is no “organization” to turn to for help either. Put out flyers, form a citizen’s group, get public awareness. Learn all you can and put together a presentation to show people. There are videos you can download at http://www.wind-watch.org. Keep up to date with what’s happening in Ontario. http://www.windaction.org
    Read this page: http://www.wind-watch.org/whattodo.php

    When it all comes down to it, a lawyer or planner will most likely need to be hired so funds will have to be raised.

    Good Luck!!!

  23. We need help! Wolfe Island in the Thousand Islands is about to be paved over with 86 300ft turbines. Where do we go for help? The company has been paying landowners for years, including two of the Councillors who voted on the re-zoning deal one week prior to municipal elections last year. Our MPP refuses to speak to us. Please, someone, help us!!

  24. Hi Ron:I have a proposed wind farm coming to my area
    They are FPL Energy.We got to go to their first
    meeting March 7/07.How can I keep them from talking
    my municipality into excepting them.Help!
    Anne-Marie

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