A stupid piece in Christian Science Monitor about wind power in Germany

I don’t like re-posting about something, but I guess I’ll have to on this occasion. Christian Science Monitor has re-published a rather silly piece on wind power in Germany by “Shale Gas Expert” Nick Grealy. As I wrote at the time it’s conclusion that expensive gas caused wind farm output to drop by 10% this year is particularly silly. However, since one of my Twitter followers for some reason imagines that it is me who is making this fatuous claim I must re-direct my readers to what I wrote at the time. Hopefully Grealy’s silly ideas about wind (he says he doesn’t trash other energy source of course, but a casual glance at @shalegasexpert tells you all you need to know about his motivations: the promotion of shale gas over other energy sources.)

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One thought on “A stupid piece in Christian Science Monitor about wind power in Germany”

  1. I see Grealy states you are “an actual scientist to boot.” I just wonder where he wants to boot you to!

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