Death in Tasmania: Australia Cloud Seeding Green Hydropower Disaster

“It looks like Tasmania’s green policies may have caused the death of at least one person, who died in flooding which was likely exacerbated by an unwise decision to attempt to boost an already torrential downpour.”

Greens – killing the Earth (and people) to “Save” it. Shock news.

Read this latest eco-zealot-driven doozy…

Watts Up With That?

Tasmanian devil, ferocious bad tempered carnivorous rodent, native to Tasmania. Author John Cummings https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tasmanian_devil_(Sarcophilus_harrisii),_Natural_History_Museum,_London,_Mammals_Gallery.JPG Tasmanian devil, ferocious bad tempered carnivorous rodent, native to Tasmania. Author John Cummings https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tasmanian_devil_(Sarcophilus_harrisii),_Natural_History_Museum,_London,_Mammals_Gallery.JPG

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

JoNova has discovered that just prior to recent disastrous flooding in Tasmania, Australia, desperate hydropower operators conducted a cloud seeding operation, despite there already being forecasts of torrential rainfall.

The whole sorry mess started, when desperately green Tasmania attempted to go 100% renewable. Tasmania thought they were on a winner, and allegedly got greedy – they may have inadvertently burned out the power cable which connects the island state to mainland Australia, trying to sell too much premium “green” electricity to the mainland.

Hydro Tasmania exceeded safe power transmission levels, Basslink says

BASSLINK owners sought to restrict Hydro Tasmania’s electricity exports and enforce a “cooling off” protocol during the period of the carbon tax to ensure the undersea cable was operated safely and reliably.

The news comes as Basslink prepares to…

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One Comment on “Death in Tasmania: Australia Cloud Seeding Green Hydropower Disaster”

  1. operalphotography says:

    Hello !

    Thanks for your article, it is really great 🙂
    I have visited the Tasmania and it was amazing ! I wrote an article about this magical place on my website:
    https://operalphotography.wordpress.com/2016/12/07/tasmania/

    Marianne

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