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Subject: Windfarms
From: L&L Knight <>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 21:16:28 +1000
Actually, I am sure the proponents of the nuclear power industry would assure you that the majority of Orange Bellied Parrots polled prefer a lovely nuclear power plant to the nassty alternatives - they have few external moving parts, no visible smoke plumes and few people ... [particularly those annoying types with tapes and binoculars].

Regards, Laurie.

On Monday, May 15, 2006, at 09:00  PM, alan morris wrote:

Hi Birders,

I am not convinced by Carl Cliffords comments to the effect that "having lived near turbines and birded around the turbine at Kooragang Is. I would rather have a wind turbine nearby any time".

Come off it Carl, there is only one wind turbine at Kooragang Is, what about when there are 250 or more, you might sing a different tune then, that is if you could hear anything above the noise! One power plant at Lake Munmorah could be less intrusive to me than a farm of many wind turbines spread across the skyline!

Alan Morris


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