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Alternative Energy - Solar panels and Windmills

Eco-pocrisy  Solar Panels Are An Ecological Disaster, Say Experts

The much-lauded solution to all of humanity’s energy ‘problems’ will cause a “waste mountain” by 2050, a renewable energy expert says - as their lifespan is only 25 years, and there are already tens of millions of them in the UK alone.

“We're producing more and more solar panels - but how are we going to deal with the waste?” asked Ute Collier, deputy director of the International Renewable Energy Agency. “By 2030, we think we're going to have 4m tonnes [of scrap],” she added. “But by 2050, we could end up with more than 200m tonnes globally."

For context, the world currently produces 400m tonnes of plastic annually. But it’s cows which are destroying the environment?

Baseball-Sized Hail Wreaks Havoc on Million-Dollar 5.2 Megawatt Community Solar Project in Nebraska, Destroying Over 14,000 Solar Panels

On a not-so-sunny day in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, a 5.2 MW solar farm, part of the Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD’s) Sunwise program, was recently destroyed by a baseball-sized hailstorm. This incident underscores the vulnerability of green energy infrastructures to extreme weather conditions.

While hailed as the energy source of the future, solar energy’s path seems to be more than a little rocky.

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Dead Whales washing up on Jersey Shore after Atlantic Ocean Install of Cement Structures for Green agenda Windmills:

 Tilting at Windmills: How Biden’s Green New Deal Will Endanger Whales | Daily Signal 3/28/23

7th dead whale washed up on Jersey Shore | NYpost 1/12/23

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A two-megawatt windmill is made up of 260 tons of steel that required 300 tons or iron ore and 170 tons of coking coal, all mined, transported and produced by hydrocarbons. It holds 700 gallons of oil and hydraulic fluid, and like cars these need to be replaced every 9 months.

People might fall for the idea that we can merrily run on sunshine and breezes, alone, but with a few trillion dollars worth of mythical mega-batteries providing backup for a few minutes, it could spin until it falls apart over and over again and never generate as much energy as was invested in building it.

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