- Apr 25, 2009
- Reaction score
- Riverside, County, CA.
- Political Leaning
You think this looks bad? This is where I lived for three and a half years and I could see this view pretty much out the window and it's not that bad and I never saw a dead bird, but I did see millions of them flying by.
Now go to where the link below takes you and see what you think of a possible future.
Takes up less space but it kind looks like a bunch of dead trees.
You really have to go see the proposed design, it sure answers a few problems the Environmentally ill came up with when the Windmill concept was put in to practice threatening their incomes.
This new concept could force them back to the conference room to come up some objection to this proposal.
Get ready for that. They might start with Something like: "It looks like dead trees and causes wide spread depression among the poor environmentalists, who only have the overall health of the planet at heart and seeing what looks like a dead forest is too much and they can't function and it is killing productivity on the jobs of tens of thousands of otherwise great employees, and this is having a negative effect on the Economy."
"We should therefore must curtail any effort to put this idea into effect."
Wind Power Without the Blades: Big Pics : Discovery News
By Alyssa Danigelis
Noise from wind turbine blades, inadvertent bat and bird kills and even the way wind turbines look have made installing them anything but a breeze. New York design firm Atelier DNA has an alternative concept that ditches blades in favor of stalks. Resembling thin cattails, the Windstalks generate electricity when the wind sets them waving. The designers came up with the idea for the planned city Masdar, a 2.3-square-mile, automobile-free area being built outside of Abu Dhabi. Atelier DNA’s “Windstalk” project came in second in the Land Art Generator competition a contest sponsored by Madsar to identify the best work of art that generates renewable energy from a pool of international submissions.