The future of wind farms

Useless rust buckets.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/end-of-wind-turbine-blight-after-lake-district-campaign-kirkby-moor-on-the-furness-peninsula-friends-of-the-lake-district-open-spaces-society-ff8l673p5

It’s a tax laundering scheme like tax credits in automotives.

Politicians have useless wind farms they voted to pay themselves via the taxpayer for.

  1. they don’t have to build immigrant housing
  2. another excuse to lower their tax bill
  3. it doesn’t count as personal property

The Queen does this.

“But these farms boosted the Queen’s income by tens of millions.”

https://climatechangedispatch.com/coastline-destroyed-wind-farm/

Divine right seems to have conflicted with an act of God there.

Produces nothing, does it?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2127081/Worlds-biggest-wind-farm-blight-South-Coast.html
“The 200 turbines would earn Dutch company Eneco billions of pounds in Government subsidies.”
….What?

It doesn’t even go to our grid! Praise your glorious EU rulers!

(Why the UK economy is stagnant).

Why is national debt rising? Propping up other nation’s companies and killing our own.

Supranationalists are traitors.

Weakening the Gulf Stream by wind farming will lower our London temperatures, we could end up as cold as Calgary (a little further South).

Video: The Tesla of Eco-villages

https://singularityhub-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/singularityhub.com/2017/10/05/the-tesla-of-ecovillages-is-building-self-reliant-villages-for-the-coming-billions/amp/

In an interview at Singularity University’s Global Summit in San Francisco, James Ehrlich shared insights on how combining lessons from nature with new technology is pushing sustainable housing into new frontiers.

Ehrlich is the founder of ReGen Villages, a company that spun out of Stanford University and is building the “Tesla of ecovillages.” Ehrlich is also Singularity University faculty and won the Global Grand Challenge award in the shelter category at last year’s Global Summit.

These sustainable neighborhoods integrate renewable practices in food, water, energy, and waste management to create self-reliant communities in which all essential needs for a healthy life are met within the footprint of that community.

“The idea is to take energy positive homes and add infrastructure that is actually regenerative. What that means is that the output of one system becomes the input of another,” said Ehrlich. “We think this is the best solution for the next two to three billion people coming to the planet in the next 30 years.”

Watch the full interview and learn how biomimicry and other lessons from nature are helping build more resilient and sustainable neighborhoods.

But those billions are too low IQ to maintain it themselves

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2014/12/thieves-fry-kenya-power-grid-fast-food-2014122884728785480.html

and kill the dumb people willing to try.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_African_farm_attacks

Why can’t the tech be delivered to the places starving and they do the damn job themselves?

Why should we build and slave for the outgroup?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/nov/19/damning-report-exposes-europes-escalating-housing-crisis

We can’t even house ourselves. Generation Rent here.

If we’re responsible for them, they must be dependents.

Why should we help child rapists?

http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/crime-stats-dont-reflect-epidemic-scale-of-sexual-assaults-on-children-expert-20171024

Why can’t they grow their own food?

High IQ tech is wasted on the low IQ.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2016/09/22/commentary/world-commentary/watering-drought-stricken-middle-east/

Sounds almost Biblical?

Have at it.

You can’t save people who won’t stop reproducing long enough to save themselves.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/how-jeffrey-sachs-failed-to-save-africa/article14436055/?arc404=true

The funniest part?

This American has created nothing new. It’s a high-tech potager.

https://food52.com/blog/19393-the-first-principles-for-starting-a-kitchen-garden-the-french-way

Yep, feudalism. Keyword is “Energy positive” – it’s taxable, I’ll bet. You work to live, work makes you free, corporatism pretending to be environmentalism.

https://www.historyonthenet.com/medieval-life-feudalism-feudal-system/

Serfs are back, they never left.
The surplus of energy belongs to the workers. Workers do not have owners, that’s a slave. Slaves were ‘paid’ with a place to live and food- AKA exactly this plan.
The capital produced belongs to the laborer, this is the foundation of human rights.

Libertarians, now is your time to shine.

Second row.

We did it first, Yanks.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/british_prehistory/ironage_intro_01.shtml#two

 Small farmsteads were tended by, and would have supported, isolated communities of family or extended family size, producing enough to live on and a little extra to exchange for commodities that the farmers were unable to provide for themselves.

Many of these small farmsteads, such as at Farley Mount in Hampshire, delimited with a circular bank and ditch enclosure, were surrounded by linear ditch systems that formed small rectangular fields, radiating out from the farm itself.

The Human Conceit

It’s like a social justice stereotype before they started labelling themselves ecowarriors.
If there’s any justice in the world, these social butterflies will die from chronic conditions caused by backbreaking factory work where their inane repetition is a valuable asset.

Article on the future of humanity.

Titular term is personal label, derived from philosophy but used by others too, see here: http://www.declineoftheempire.com/2013/07/the-human-conceit.html and it’s also known by other terms including anthropocentrism aka why monkeys are better than dogs.