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why can't they have it both ways and put the windmills below the water?
Many have already experimented with this kind of tech...
The Kennedy family owns three oil drilling companies: Arctic Oil, Kenoil, and Mokeen Oil. Over the years it has made tens of millions of dollars in profits off these oil interests.
Originally posted by Mahree
On 11/11/2004 I posted to the following thread:
The name of this thread is "Wind farms contribute to Global Warming".
NIMBY was the same in November 2004 as is now.
Cape Wind will contribute to improved air quality by reducing air pollution emissions in New England.
Global warming contributes to rising sea levels and more frequent storms that erode our beaches and cause coastal property damage. Global warming and climate change presents the greatest threat to birds and sea life and their habitat.
Cape Wind will provide clean, renewable energy capable of replacing 113 million gallons of oil per year
During a meeting in Washington, D.C., Romney asked Interior Secretary Gale Norton to freeze review of the ambitious offshore plan until a detailed framework for such reviews is complete.
Originally posted by dgtempe
There's other places to have windfarms.
The slender supporting towers will be painted to blend in with the horizon, making them visible one half-inch above the horizon on clear days. Click here for a computer simulation of the view from points around Cape Cod and the Islands.