Shocker: Top Google Engineers Say Renewable Energy ‘Simply won’t work’

According to Google engineers; solar, wind and other renewables will never in the foreseeable future deliver meaningful amounts of energy. (Shock news)

“Renewable energy technologies simply won’t work; we need a fundamentally different approach.”

Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

google-greenA research effort by Google corporation to make renewable energy viable has been a complete failure, according to the scientists who led the programme. After 4 years of effort, their conclusion is that renewable energy “simply won’t work”.

According to an interview with the engineers, published in IEEE;

“At the start of RE<C, we had shared the attitude of many stalwart environmentalists: We felt that with steady improvements to today’s renewable energy technologies, our society could stave off catastrophic climate change. We now know that to be a false hope …
Renewable energy technologies simply won’t work; we need a fundamentally different approach.”
http://spectrum.ieee.org/energy/renewables/what-it-would-really-take-to-reverse-climate-change

There is simply no getout clause for renewables supporters. The people who ran the study are very much committed to the belief that CO2 is dangerous – they are supporters of James Hansen. Their sincere goal was not to simply install…

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‘Tiny the Turbine’ – a new story illustrated by Josh

Download and donate to help promote the fight back against indoctrination of children by the un-green, un-clean and unwanted “0.1%” wind industry…

Nice one Josh!

Watts Up With That?

Josh writes:  Apologies for the lack of cartoons this summer but I’ve been beavering away on a follow up to the Subisdy Sam story produced earlier in the year. Today we are launching ‘Tiny the Turbine’ written by Lyndsey Ward and illustrated by me.

Lyndsey writes:

Tiny the Turbine is a story that really is for children. Following Subsidy Sam’s release it was clear that there was a need for something that would help children understand the negative impacts of large scale wind developments. Happily Josh agreed and we have worked together to produce this second story specifically for children. Subsidy Sam is a dark tale but Tiny the Turbine is a moral and uplifting story and shows that it is possible to succeed in fighting against the bad things in life no matter how daunting it may seem.

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If you head over to this page on the Cartoons by Josh…

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Feds permit wind mills to kill more bald eagles

“increasing the amount of bald eagles allowed to be killed by an energy project from 1,160 to 4,200. This based on the agency’s claim that the bald eagle population is healthy enough to sustain such loses.”

Where’s the outrage form ‘green’ groups and the ‘climate change’ activist mainstream media? There isn’t any because ‘Global Warming’ is an ideology, a religion. It was, and never will be about the environment.

Who cares about slaughtering millions of birds, bats and endangered bald eagles when you’re trying to “Save The Planet”.

Despicable hypocrisy. Though not surprising when the ‘climate change’ orthodoxy/ideology is involved.

Green Jihad

Back in May, ABC News published a revealing story that is symbolic about the nature, not just of this blog, but of environmentalism itself. At the time and as the article points out, the Fish and Wildlife Service published a rule increasing the amount of bald eagles allowed to be killed by an energy project from 1,160 to 4,200. This based on the agency’s claim that the bald eagle population is healthy enough to sustain such loses.

It isn’t just the demonstration of a once endangered species in danger of going back to extinction, but demonstrates environmentalists exist to destroy civilization. The windmills are (in theory) supposed to use a natural element of Earth to generate power for humans. They are supposed to lessen human usage of Earth’s resources and are a policy environmentalists have advocated for years. The bald eagle is the symbol of the United States of America…

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