Wind Turbines kill 600,000 bats in 2012????

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    I don't believe the chemical poisoning death numbers in birds... You've got a better chance proving Global Warming than that.
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    Now that's just rich. It's the either or deception argument... People have to eat and a coal mine job pays the bills. And we need cheap domestic energy like coal to survive. The wind doesn't always blow... and what happens when a tornado comes along?
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    Natural Gas is cheaper and cleaner and the jobs went there. And, aren't the jobs in Florida making wind generators a job... or is only a coal job a job.

    We posted bird deaths compared with bird deaths, yet you dodge that and give it no thought which is par for your course.

    It also looks like the mercury from coal has already damaged your brain... You can't eat the fresh water fish in any place in North America without mercury any longer. People do have to eat and destruction of food sources is stupid.


    Still avoiding the human deaths caused by air and water pollution. Fobes must be a liberal or something so you can't educate yourself, and it shows.

    And last, there have been many threads on this site from your wing, that wants to bring back DDT. It alone caused the collapse of eagles and all other birds of prey. If it weren't for people with some common sense, you wouldn't even have eagles now to use against an energy system that uses no fuel or water and causes less harm to birds and humans that the dirtiest fuels you support.

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