This is pure conjecture, but it’s something I’ve been thinking about since 2002, when I first saw the gigantic windmills in Germany. Now that it seems like “wind farms” are a certainty for the USA, and I know that when we set our minds to something in this country, we tend to go overboard. Right now we say we need wind power because oil is so bad for the environment, but I know enough about physics to know about conservation of energy and I know barely anything about meteorology… but what happens when there are enough wind farms set up to make a serious dent in our exorbitant energy demands? That has got to have some kind of effect on weather patterns. There’s just no getting around that. Perhaps the effect will be small enough to go unnoticed, but remember our tendency to go overboard? I’m worried we’ll be jumping from one global crisis into another. Anyhow, I just wanted to set the stage for an “I told you so” on the off chance that I’m right and no scientists have bothered to think this through. I mean, what are the odds of that, right?
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