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    Insects partly halve the power of wind turbines and wind turbines kill an estimated 1,200 tons of insects per year!

    Beeline to Fury: Korean Farmers Declare War on Wind Power – For Wrecking Communities & Killing Bees

    Beekeeper Ahn Hyo-jong said that he lost thousands of bees last year. “I believe the wind turbines’ low frequency is the direct cause,” said Ahn, who has now moved entire beekeeping colonies to another area out of fear of incurring additional losses.

    It is not just the bees that are impacted by the noise, according to the residents. Without bees in the region, there has been a sharp decrease in the production of apples.

  2. Fatal Attraction: America’s Big Freeze Reveals Deadly Danger of Unreliable Renewables March 10, 2019

    In the Chicago area, wind turbines were shut down. Under such frigid conditions, turbine blades can crack, and gearboxes can simply seize up. As overall wind conditions slackened in the cold, heavy air, utilities faced with escalating demand switched to coal and natural gas. Bloomberg News reported that coal power plants in the region were forced to ramp up, “temporarily supplying about half the electricity needs in the two grids that serve most of the affected region — the Southwest Power Pool and Midcontinent Independent System Operator.”


    Wind turbines killing more than just local birds
    The APWRA is one of the oldest wind farms in the country and one of the largest in the world originally with around 5,000 turbines. Worldwide, such facilities have been responsible for the deaths of 140,000 to 328,000 birds and 500,000 to 1.6 million bats, raising questions about their effects on population sustainability.

    “When a bird drinks water or eats animals in a particular place, the hydrogen isotope ratios of precipitation in that area get recorded in its tissues,” Nelson said. “You can use these hydrogen ratios in the feathers to determine the approximate place that the bird grew its feathers.”
    New ‘acoustic metamaterial’ cancels sound
    Mechanical engineers create synthetic, sound-silencing structure that blocks 94 percent of sounds


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