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“‘Climate change’…the ultimate buzz word.. Webcraft, do you honestly …

Comment posted Scottish Power Renewables announces another delay for proposed Tiree Array by W.S..

“‘Climate change’…the ultimate buzz word..

Webcraft, do you honestly think that covering vast swathes of Scotland or the planet for that matter, in windmills is going to stop global warming ? (or climate change)”

…..interestly the highly respected environmentalist and onetime cheerleader for mmgw, James Lovelock, has now come out with serious doubts about the whole mmgw thing.

W.S. also commented

  • The 80’s Wind Bubble…..
    Bubbles arise when greed impels the niaive to pour money into schemes which, ultimately, are illusary.
    The Wind Bubble collapsed when it dawned on investors that they were gambling on the least cost effective way of generating electricity that has ever been dreamed up.
    The lessons have been forgotten (it usually takes a generation for that to happen) and here we go again !
    Wind power is a taxpayer funded bubble which WILL burst again.
    What amuses us is the way the luvvie left always try to blame everything (this time derelict turbines)on their bete-noires. So far, in quick time, we’ve alrerady had the finger pointed on here at The Daily Mail, Ronald Reagan and neo-con politics.
    Hilarious if it wasn’t so sad.
    Those of us who live in the real world know that bubbles are created by greed and are burst by dawning reality.
  • Tim; you know full well that one can google anything you want to make a point. The fact of the matter is, however, that we a going through a wind bubble here in the same way as America did in the 60’s and 70’s.

    Here’s confirmation of 14,000 derelict windmills at just three sites:

    “Thousands of abandoned wind turbines littered the landscape of wind energy’s California ‘big three’ locations which include Altamont Pass, Tehachapin and San Gorgonio, considered among the world’s best wind sites,” writes Andrew Walden of the American Thinker. “In the best wind spots on earth, over 14,000 turbines were simply abandoned. Spinning, post-industrial junk which generates nothing but bird kills.”

    Learn more:

  • An excellent piece newsroom.

    Just as a sidebar to your “the unbuttonedness of the Scottish Government’s unthought rush for wind” the Americans made the same mistake thirty years ago and there are now in excess of 30,000 derelict wind turbines littering, mainly, California and Hawaii.

Recent comments by W.S.

  • Scotland’s Future: from the Referendum to Independence and a Written Constitution
    If the current polls are to be believed then all we need is for everyone who already knows they will be voting NO to persuade one other person over the next 18 months and there will be a totally overwhelmimg majority for remaining British.

    I wonder when the NO vote comes if the cybernats will move to Iceland or Norway ?

    Or another North European country all of which are so different from us culturally, historically, financialy and with totally different mindsets to us Scots ?

  • Scotland’s Future: from the Referendum to Independence and a Written Constitution
    You’ll find that its the poster not the post getting the thumbs down.

    Check everything that you and your aliases post; immediate multiple thumbs downs. People here are fed up with trolls like you.

  • Scotland’s Future: from the Referendum to Independence and a Written Constitution
    Okay, I followed your suggestion and very quickly spotted that Webcraft goes by the name of NickB***** and operates ScotsRenewables.

    Your BicNee username then connects logically.

    Since you suggested it a further google search brings up all your other usernames clearly connected to you eg Crimson Vicar comes up as the moderator of a small community website run by Webcraft.

    Sure Newsroom knows who you are. I guess everyone does now thanks to your suggestion to google Webcraft.

    However the point is that you have clearly breached Terms and Conditions by posting here using multiple different usernames.

    Why do you do this?

  • Scotland’s Future: from the Referendum to Independence and a Written Constitution
    >>> “so I think I’ll stick to the grown ups web sites where serious debate on serious issues in conducted.” <<<

    Almost exactly the words ScotsRenewables used when he pretended to flounce off after a couple of long rants about perceived anti-Independence/SNP bias on here.

    FofS then (re)appeared on here a week or so later and carried on in exactly the same way as SR.

    ….and of course its easy to prove the connection further between SR, Webcraft, NickB, BicNee, and Crimson Vicar by just doing a google search for one of the first two.

  • Scotland’s Future: from the Referendum to Independence and a Written Constitution
    Troll says >>>”WS: Get a life. I don’t think I have never even met Webcraft – though from his previous posts I know who he is.” <<<

    You've never met yourself !!!

    You've been outed by others, not just me, as posting on here using multiple user names just as you used to on the Oban Times forum.

    What do we have? a right trollicking collection:
    Feltcher of Soltoun
    Scots Renewables
    Crimson Vicar
    …..and others.

    The giveaway is the shared obsessions and shared insulting posting style of all above. Shared; I mean exactly the same.

    Many of us have sussed you. Newsroom probably tolerates you for the amusement factor, but not for much longer I reckon if you keep insulting her under whatever username you happen to be trolling with..

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