Suzuki says-“Sorry, intelligence was never my strong suit.”
Suzuki is amazing. He is one of the main pushers of wind farms yet he writes off those people who have had their lives ruined by his wind dream. Not surprising since Suzuki doesn’t much care for the human race to begin with. Suzuki wrote papers with Robert Hornung, president of CanWEA, when Hornung was head of the Pambina Institute. Maybe Suzuki could give Hornung a call and tell him to get his act together. Read the letters from Suzuki to Daniel d’Entremont and get a taste of the real David Suzuki.
The d'Entremont family,of Nova Scotia, was forced to move from their home after it was surrounded by wind turbines
Dear Mr. d’Entremont:
“Constructing windfarms at the wrong locations” is stupid and any windfarm advocate who says they should be is simply wrong. Of course a great deal of effort should be put into citing them where wind patterns are good, where there are no migratory bird or bat paths, etc. What’s your point?
"As far as rendering people sick and driving them away from their homes” goes, it may make good rhetoric, but could you be more specific. What is the evidence that windmills make people sick or drives them away from their homes? Then you suggest that if living within 300 metres of a windmill is OK, one should live under one. Wait, since when is 300 metres right under one? I would construct a windmill for my house in a flash on a standard Vancouver lot, but the city’s bylaws wouldn’t allow me. I don’t get what you are suggesting.
“Sorry, intelligence was never my strong suit.”