If All You See…

…is a lake that will soon disappear from carbon pollution, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Not A Lot Of People Know That, with a post on a Massachusetts wind farm project no longer being viable.

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12 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. H says:

    The developer if that wind farm has put it on hold, asking for a 1 month suspension while scrambling for new financing because of the current high interest rates. The Cape Wind project is still going ahead on schedule.
    In 2022 offshore wind gave the USA 10% if it’s total electricity. That was provided at a fixed contract cost NOT subject to manipulation by fossil fuel companies not the Saudi/Russian cartels

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    This election (1932) was lost four and six years ago, not this year. They [Republicans] didn’t start thinking of the old common fellow till just as they started out on the election tour. The money was all appropriated for the top in the hopes that it would trickle down to the needy. Mr. Hoover was an engineer. He knew that water trickles down. Put it uphill and let it go and it will reach the driest little spot. But he didn’t know that money trickled up. Give it to the people at the bottom and the people at the top will have it before night, anyhow. But it will at least have passed through the poor fellows’ hands. They saved the big banks, but the little ones went up the flue


    Will Rogers in the St. Petersburg Times on November 27, 1932.

    • Facts Matter says:

      They saved the big banks, but the little ones went up the flue

      You mean like Democrats did in 2008?

      Mr. Hoover was an engineer. He knew that water trickles down.

      Yes but the 3 republicans who were elected leading up to the great depression were trying hard to get rid of TEDDY ROOSEVELT(R) progressive policies which were hurting the rich. As a result the Democrats became republicans and the Republicans that led us to Depression were Democrats.

      FDR in 1932 took over Teddy Roosevelts Bull Moose Platform and made it his own and as a result the democrats became republicans and vice versa during this stretch from 1880-1932.

      We are seeing a very similar thing happening today as the left now is embracing Corporations, the Military and War, while the GOP is shunning Corporations, Becoming anti-war and struggling with a woke military.

      This flip-flopping of positions happens roughly every 80 years and aligns with the 4 pillars of the fourth turning. Hence in 1932 we had FDR take over a popular Bull Moose segment of the GOP and now 80 years later would put us at 2012 where we saw the left and right begin switching what and how they believe.

      Remember the left used to be angry with the RIGHT for wanting illegals to work for the cheap. Now the RIGHT wants a border wall and the Democrats want as many free illegals as they can get.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        The Fourth Turning? That explains a lot.

        The authors

        claim is that all human affairs are, always have been, and always will be, governed by a time period, the saeculum, which approximates the length of a “long human life,” or roughly eighty years. Each saeculum has four generations, each of which has universal and certain characteristics, which succeed each other like the tick-tock of a clock. Each saeculum also has a succession of events, from Awakening to Crisis, in a repeating pattern. After the climax of a Crisis, the society reboots itself and is reborn; this is the “Fourth Turning.

        That hardly makes any sense from a scientific or historical perspective.

        Starting around 1500 AD, in England, we humans have experienced just 6 saecula, happening at approximately 80 yr intervals. According to the likes of Steve Bannon the US is overdue to a major crisis followed by a Great Awakening! Wingers use this kind of babble to justify their desire to tear down America and rebuild it as a white nationalist ethnostate!

        • Facts Matter says:

          Not very inquisitive are you.

          Going back over five Anglo-American centuries, Strauss and Howe discover that within each saeculum, or 80-to-100-year period, there are four dramatic shifts in the mood of the nation, with each lasting roughly 20 years

          Stage 1 These four turnings of the saeculum include a “high” marked by an upbeat mood, conformity, and trust in institutions,

          Stage 2
          an “awakening” marked by increased spirituality and rebellion,

          Stage 3 an “unraveling” in which institutions become distrusted and individualism is strong,

          Stage 4 an “unraveling” in which institutions become distrusted and individualism is strong, and a “crisis” in which a revolution of some type occurs and the old order is destroyed.

          A new order emerges during the high era of the following saeculum, and the four turnings repeat themselves in the same order.

          Go back 80-100 years and you have World War 2.

          1861-1941 equals 80 years and you have the start of the CIVIL WAR.

          1775-1861 is You guessed it. 86 years.

          80 years earlier was 1695 and the massacre of Billerica in the Americas with a bunch of Indian wars fighting for dominance of the future of the nation.

          Sorry to disappoing but it is one of the notions that history often repeats itself just as the GOP was once Democrats and vice versa. So every time you try to take credit for things that happened from 1880-1932 just know that it was the GOP that first flirted with Progressivism before FDR stole the platform in 1932 and made it his own effectivly forcing each party to adopt the other parties stances.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            Yes, the complex history of man on Earth is beset with coincidences, especially if you pick and choose carefully.

            “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes.” – attributed to Mark Twain

            Do these major events fall in the 80-year saeculae model?

            Extinction of dinosaurs
            First civilizations in Mesopotamia
            Fall of the Roman Empire
            Mount Tambora
            first humans
            moon landing
            Martin Luther
            Martin Luther King
            Vietnam War
            The Enlightenment
            DNA discovery
            Germ theory
            First computer
            Roentgen and Becquerel discovery radioactivity

            Sounds like a supernatural cult. Halley’s Comet comes around every 75 to 80 years. 1835, 1910, 1986, ~2060. Mark Twain was born in 1835 and died in 1910. The last Chinese dynasty ended in 1911 with the Sinhai revolution. Is that related?

  3. Professor Hale says:

    Perhaps that lake will overflow from glacial melt.

  4. drowningpuppies says:

    Brandon, like Rimjob, keep spouting the same spiel over and over again and nobody listens or cares.

    But they are doing their part to ensure a red tsunami next Tuesday.

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  5. drowningpuppies says:

    If this doesn’t motivate you to vote D then nothing will.
    Our DEMOCRACY is at stake!


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  6. JimS says:

    It takes over 330 windmills to replace a single typical power plant. Assuming a constant 20mph wind. The proposed windfarm is just about the size of a single power plant. It’s just a tax scam.

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