February 9, 2012

The Best Article on Wind You'll Ever Read

James Delingpole, Telegraph


The Telegraph

Before I got sidetracked this morning by my sublime irritation at the Coalition's latest ludicrous foray into Nanny Statism, what I'd meant to blog about was this.

Some of you will have seen it already. It's by the great Kevin Myers, it ran in yesterday's Irish Independent (not the English one, for reasons which are bleeding obvious) and it's the best piece anyone has written, EVER, about wind farms.

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TAGGED: Bats, Gazprom, Russia, United Kingdom, Wind Farms

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