Lovelock has seen the light
Commenting upon Professor James Lovelock's pronouncement that "wind turbines are monuments of a failed civilisation" Ricky Knight protests, "To isolate wind turbines as the scourge of our man-made landscape and to suggest that it is the antithesis of all that Lovelock believes in is certainly specious. The 1,000 year-old statues on Easter Island are still standing." ('Professor disputes use of spinning windmills', Journal, January 31)
The irony in Mr Knight's outburst is that, on the same page, there is an article describing the collapse of a turbine at Bradworthy. And a couple of days later another one fell over in north Cornwall; neither of which is yet five-years-old.
It is as if the Almighty Himself has entered the debate and demonstrated His position.
I wrote in these pages in October 2008 concerning the approval of the Fullabrook development: "As for the Green Party and the other Global Warming Terrorists, they are obviously cock-a-hoop at their perceived success. I believe history will prove it a Pyrrhic victory because all these lobby groups persist in using information which has been proven to be based upon flawed science.
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"Unfortunately they believe they have right on their side because they endorse the propaganda espoused by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. They have yet to realise they are the unwitting, unthinking pawns in the biggest scam ever perpetrated upon humanity."
It looks as if this has dawned upon Professor Lovelock and is gaining credence in the wider world. Sadly Ricky Knight and his cohorts have yet to see the wood among the trees.