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The Power of Wind By Danielle Hall
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The Power of Wind provides an introduction to one of the world's leading renewable energy sources. Boldly illustrated, this book gives children a clear description of how electricity is created using... More > the wind. It reminds us all that by embracing wind technology, we can contribute to maintaining a clean environment for future generations.< Less
Wind Power By Ton van de Wekken
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In this application note, wind turbine technology is presented as a serious alternative for achieving sustainable energy policy objectives. Several European countries have impressive plans for the... More > coming years for installing large amounts of wind power generation. Some governments support these actions by providing tax or investment incentives. The northwest of Europe with its coastal windy waters and fine-meshed but strong electric grid give promising opportunities for investing companies and wind farm developers.< Less
Wind Power Fraud By Charles Opalek
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Why Wind Won't Work exposes the collosal waste of money and resources associated with this unsustainable alternative energy. Wind power turbines on average only produce 20% of their nameplate... More > rating. When they are not operating, they still consume electricity, which usually is not metered. Care to guess who is paying for this unmetered electricity? Wind power will not reduce CO2 emissions, or our dependence on foreign oil imports, and cannot replace fossil-fueled power plants to any noticeable degree. Wind turbines are not environmentally friendly. They are noisy, unsightly, kill bats and birds, interfere with radars, and have been shown to be responsible for a slew of health problems. The design, installation and operation of wind power facilities consume more than 3 times the energy they will ever produce. The biggest winners in wind power will be developers, land owners, banks, brokerage houses, and manufacturers. The big losers will be taxpayers and electric bill payers.< Less
Wind Power Fraud By Charles Opalek
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Why Wind Won't Work exposes the collosal waste of money and resources associated with this unsustainable alternative energy. Wind power turbines on average only produce 20% of their nameplate... More > rating. When they are not operating, they still consume electricity, which usually is not metered. Care to guess who is paying for this unmetered electricity? Wind power will not reduce CO2 emissions, or our dependence on foreign oil imports, and cannot replace fossil-fueled power plants to any noticeable degree. Wind turbines are not environmentally friendly. They are noisy, unsightly, kill bats and birds, interfere with radars, and have been shown to be responsible for a slew of health problems. The design, installation and operation of wind power facilities consume more than 3 times the energy they will ever produce. The biggest winners in wind power will be developers, land owners, banks, brokerage houses, and manufacturers. The big losers will be taxpayers and electric bill payers.< Less
Power, Pleasure and Meaning By Dr Raymond Wind
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The current book aims at demonstrating significant similarities between some doctrines found in the Holy Bible and given philosophical teachings of famous philosophers and psychologists from the... More > second half of the XIXth and from the first half of the XXth century. As it seems, in the Holy Bible we could find all the wisdom of mankind; therefore, it is not by accident that many analogies could be drawn between the Book of Ecclesiastes and the philosophy of Ancient Greece, for instance, or between St. Paul’s philosophy of love and Viktor Frankl’s logotherapy. Interestingly enough, there are two very special places in the Holy Bible where three types of philosophy are presented: the Parable of the Good Samaritan, and the Last Supper.< Less
Chasing the Wind By Keith Fauscett
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Chasing the Wind, by Keith Fauscett, finds aging FBI agent Rich Hayward teaching recruits at the Quantico Training Center, when a number of unique artifacts begin to disappear from private... More > collections and museums around the world. Not only is the Bureau at a loss as to why these artifacts are being stolen, but the way they are being removed. They just seem to disappear. Agent Hayward is teamed with old friend Scott Ryan, in an attempt to locate the artifacts and the individuals responsible for their theft. Through research, clues and contacts, the investigation takes some unusual turns. Meet an assortment of characters as the two follow one lead after another in their quest to find the artifacts before a shadowy group of individuals are able to link the artifacts together to form what could be a device of salvation or destruction. Follow them and witness greed, betrayal and obsession for power as they attempt to stop what could be a new holocaust.< Less
The Reincarnation of Wind By Paul Grandpierre
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The pressures of young adulthood thrust Jaїem, a Vyrdmar prince, into a self-imposed isolation. In a fit of melancholy, he is lured into a web of seduction spun by an immortal heretic called... More > Promothos. Forgotten by most in the world, Promothos has resurfaced to mount a lethal threat against Jaїem's royal family, their kingdom, and their world, and the young prince unwittingly becomes his pawn. From the dawn of the world, Promothos sought to cull the Vyrdmar faithful from their god Yggir's flock, seducing them with the power of the "primordial flame," the boundless creative power of the cosmos. In this chapter of that struggle, Jaїem takes center stage. Promothos is loosed from his abyss. The Vyrdmar's high city is besieged, and the fate of an entire world hangs in the balance.< Less
The Reincarnation of Wind By Paul Grandpierre
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The pressures of young adulthood thrust Jaїem, a Vyrdmar prince, into a self-imposed isolation. In a fit of melancholy, he is lured into a web of seduction spun by an immortal heretic called... More > Promothos. Forgotten by most in the world, Promothos has resurfaced to mount a lethal threat against Jaїem's royal family, their kingdom, and their world, and the young prince unwittingly becomes his pawn. From the dawn of the world, Promothos sought to cull the Vyrdmar faithful from their god Yggir's flock, seducing them with the power of the "primordial flame," the boundless creative power of the cosmos. In this chapter of that struggle, Jaїem takes center stage. Promothos is loosed from his abyss. The Vyrdmar's high city is besieged, and the fate of an entire world hangs in the balance.< Less
Seer's Wind By Debra Weaver
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In the nation of Marthongus, Tesa Sofen is a respected ambassador and daugther to a general. In the hands of the renegade Stansel Kur, she is a weapon to destroy the Marthong army. Only a warrior... More > named Mantala and Tolron, a healer with a dark past, stand between Kur and the downfall of their divided nation. They journey to protect Tesa's powers and help her use them to save Marthongus.< Less
Tomorrows' Winds By Cliff Jenkins
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"Tomorrows' Winds" is a fictional story of a family and a group of friends as they take the opportunities and grapple with the problems of the next forty years. It is based on Cliff Jenkins... More > ', previous "Power and Peace" a serious attempt to review the last two thousand years to observe social, technological and economic trends and to review in greater detail the wonderful and exciting past fifty years. "Tomorrows' Winds" attempts to forecast the next forty years (2010 to 2050.) The purpose is to open people's minds to some of the problems and to the opportunities that may present themselves. The concepts embraced include British and global education, medical developments, economic changes, taxation, law and parliament, transport, agriculture, population, revolutions and social convulsions.< Less