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If you remove all that wind energy with wind turbines, would there be no wind?

It is not really possible to remove all the wind energy for a number of reasons including turbulence, the noise from wind farms would drive the world crazy (symptoms include headaches, dizziness, nausea, exhaustion, anxiety, anger and irritability), the world's migrating bird population would be decimated long before we reached 10%, the property value crash would doom any funding, and don't forget how high into the atmosphere the different wind patterns are.

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It is not really possible to remove all the wind energy for a number of reasons including turbulence, the noise from wind farms would drive the world crazy (symptoms include headaches, dizziness, nausea, exhaustion, anxiety, anger and irritability), the world's migrating bird population would be decimated long before we reached 10%, the property value crash would doom any funding, and don't forget how high into the atmosphere the different wind patterns are.

Maybe we can only make very tall wind turbines and then live in the shade of them.

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Maybe we can only make very tall wind turbines and then live in the shade of them.

AND if we attached solar panels to the the turbines, we could kill 2 birds with one tower - so to speak.

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Just in the news:
Solarcells made from an organic polymer that has the same electrical properties of silicon wafers, but can be dissolved and applied to flexible materials.

Xiaomei Jiang, University of South Florida

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