Broken Wing: Birds, Blades, and Broken Promises

In Broken Wing: Birds, Blades and Broken Promises, John Graves describes how wind turbines are not the climate savers they are portrayed to be. Instead, today’s wind turbines kill massive numbers of birds, are carbon intensive, are incredibly inefficient, run intermittently, require backup power plants, are harmful or deadly to humans, and have enormous costs. There are safer, more efficient alternatives to current wind turbines.

This book takes five positions:

  1. Wind turbines are an ancillary source of power generation.
  2. Avian deaths are unacceptable results of wind turbine growth.
  3. Alternative technology solutions are abundant and available.
  4. Government mandates distort the wind market.
  5. Human illness and death are direct results of wind energy.

Broken Wing: Birds, Blades and Broken Promises is now available as a Kindle ebook on Amazon.

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Birds, Blades, and Broken Promises

The claim to lower CO2 emissions is a broken promise.

The claim to free energy is a broken promise.

The claim to positive environmental impact is a broken promise.

The claim to an efficient energy source is a broken promise.

The claim to more jobs is a broken promise.

The claim to lower electricity costs is a broken promise.

The claim to positive health results is a broken promise.

The claim to a greener planet is a broken promise.

The claim of no harm to birds and bats is a broken promise.

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