Wind and solar: bye bye

Will the sequester make these a rarity? Not necessarily, says a smart executive.
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A TV commercial appeared during the Fox Business presidential debate claiming climate change is the greatest threat to the world today. (Absurd! Militant Islam is the world’s greatest threat.) It was produced by a group called NextGen Climate.

Who are NextGen Climate?

NextGen Climate is a San Francisco-based environmental advocacy organization…act[ing] politically to prevent climate disaster and promote prosperity for all Americans. Working at every level, we are committed to supporting candidates, elected officials, and policymakers across the country that will take bold action on climate change. NextGen Climate Action is a 501(c)(4) organization. NextGen Climate Action Committee is a political action committee [PAC].

They support replacing fossil fuel with wind and solar – not a revolutionary idea. Although they say the great majority of Americans want cleaner energy, (this is undoubtedly true) their website shows they embrace an ideology that is divisive. For instance they touted President Obama’s “historic” climate change agreement with China (does anyone actually believe China will honor any such agreement?) while excoriatingDonald Trump for his opposition to wind power.

They cheer Pope Francis’ stance on climate change seeing it having an effect on conservative Christians – with a greater number accepting “climate science.” As a Catholic Christian I believe God made humans responsible for protecting His earth and all life upon it. I also believe in climate science; but not the science espoused by NextGen. I believe climate change has more to do with earth’s cyclical periods of cooling and warming than with the use of fossil fuels. However, I do believe we should all seek cleaner sources of energy.

But are wind and solar the best sources of cleaner energy?

According to a CBS News report dated 8/18/14, the Center for Biological Diversity, an anti-fossil fuel environmental group, says 28,000 birds are killed annually at just one solar farm in California. They are literally fried by the heat radiating from the panels as they fly over them.

According to the National Audubon Society, wind turbines are estimated to kill 573,000 birds per year, including 83,000 raptors. Yet these groups fully support solar and wind.

Why? They believe climate change is such a threat it trumps the decimation of our bird population. So rather than seek a better alternative to fossil fuels, they support strategic placement of solar and wind farms to “minimize” killing of birds.

Comparatively, abortions have killed over 50,000,000 babies. Suppose Right to Life groups support a woman’s right to choose as long as abortion clinics can be strategically placed to minimize the killing of babies?

Crazy? Isn’t accepting the death of hundreds of thousands of birds a year by environmental groups just as crazy?

It’s time we worked together – ideology aside.

Black Light Power: the alternative to wind and solar power, if it works.There is a company in Cranbury, New Jersey called BlackLight Power. Their website,blacklightpower.com, says they have developed a process for generating clean electricity. Fourteen of their generators, each less than one cubic foot in size, would produce electricity to power 140,000 homes. Compare that to the solar farm in the CBS report. It takes 300,000 mirrors, each the size of a garage door, and three boiler towers, each 40 stories tall, to power the same 140,000 homes.

And, BlackLight’s power generation uses a process that converts H2O-based solid fuel into plasma power. That’s right, H2O – more commonly known as WATER.

So I ask NextGen, the Center for Biological Diversity, Audubon and Pope Francis – isn’t such an energy source a safer, less destructive and less expensive alternative we can all embrace?

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Note from TPATH:

This BlackLight Power concept has been around for a long time.  I just spent an hour on their website and found what they are doing to be very interesting.  However it is important for our readers to understand that TPATH is not endorsing or encouraging  anyone to invest in this company.

If they actually did or do, make a breakthrough even close to what they are claiming, this would change the world, literally.  It’s also understandable that more information is not offered on their web pages as there would be a great need to protect their discoveries.  But on the other hand, much and maybe too much is left unexplained.  Such as what exactly is this H20 based fuel pellet they reference but never describe?  While we know water is plentiful what of the other ingredients?  What are they, what is the nature of the process to create these fuel pellets?

The concept of compressing electrons around a nucleus is also not a new thought.  The question is, have they really mastered that process?  TPATH usually does not post links to businesses or to left wing dirt rags but in this case there is plenty to read an learn by going to the BlackLightPower web site.  So I have included the link: http://www.blacklightpower.com/

And one final thought on this.  If this does produce the kind of energy they claim, I would suggest some very strong and well armed body guards for the ones who know the process.

Dwight Kehoe

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Rich Matrisciano is Vice-President of the Sussex County (New Jersey) Tea Party Patriots.

5 Responses to Wind and solar: bye bye

  1. JeffA says:

    So BLP is taking a mechanism that was proposed to explain cold fusion experiment results in 1989 (results that have diminished upon better controlled experiments), is inconsistent with current scientific theory, and has been doing “demonstrations” and gathering funding since 1999, but has not managed to gain any traction in the physics or private communities over that time period.

    This tics off virtually every free-energy snake-oil scam warning flag.

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