Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Future of Energy

Wind Turbine for Danville School, Danville, Vermont

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  1. Cool! We don't get to see this in our Singapore schools. It would be a source of energy saver.

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  2. wow, I'm impressed--what a great thing to be doing!

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  3. I just got my electric bill....I want one of these! Now...

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  4. That is pretty cool--not so many wind turbines around here--I assume it is because it is too hilly and the wind is pretty unpredictable.

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  5. It is great to see the wind turbine. I think every school, especially technical schools should be installing them.

    As a side note, I'm sorry if the technicolor turkeys made you sad. I'm still going to enjoy mine on Thursday.

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  6. YAY! I love wind turbine! But I have never seen a residential one! It is nice to see that some people care about environment! :-))

    Great photo!

    Happy WW and thanks for visiting! :-)

    Happy Thanksgiving too! :-)

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  7. Thought-provoking photo.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  8. Good way to start a conversation. Happy WW

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  9. I always see with pleasure that more and more wind turbines are growing everywhere !
    I show today an Egyptian dancer a whirling Dervish. I did 2 little videos it is just unbelievable how he whirls around until his skirts are flying over his head without getting dizzy !

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  10. Great WW Photo! It would be nice to see alternatives to oil...

    My WW post featured actor killed off this week on The Unit television show. Don't tell anyone, but, I cried at the end (sigh).

    peace, Villager

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  11. Nice big wind chimez..oh wait a minute...doze iz not wind chimez! Dey iz big GIANT whirligigz! We hopes you comez to da tur-key day party at our house. You can send all da cats at your place over here fur da day & we will makes a BIG GIANT messee!!!

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  12. Very clever initiative!
    happy WW!

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  13. I wish I knew how to set something up like that at home!

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  14. Glad to see that this is at a school. At least maybe the next generation will learn to be sensible about energy!

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    Love and hugs from our house to yours, Miss Peach and the mommy
    who thinks your photography is simply stunning...specially the mourning cloak butterfly. It has always been her favorite:)

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  16. Happy WW. Thanks for stopping by and have a Happy Thanksgiving.

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  17. Wow!! Is fantastic!

    Happy Wednesday!


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  18. Great shot of the wind turbine! Wind is a great source of energy in places that receive enough wind. :)

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  19. Wind power cpuld provide 20-25% of our electricity needs here in teh UK. Add wave power and we could generate a large proportion from renewable sources. It has to be given greater investment.

    Happy WW andree

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  20. I love the look of turbines and it makes so much sense as an alternative energy source. Great shot.

    Happy WW

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  21. This reminds me of seeing the windfarm in Wyoming. :)

    Hugs,
    Holly

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  22. Bravo! My Poor Hubby wants to build our own windmill, but personally I don't think we get enough wind in our suburb to make it worth it... I'm hoping to save up for solar panels!

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  23. Well, those only work in certain areas and don't produce that much. All the windmills in the Coachella Valley (Palm Springs area in CA) there's tons of them, and all that electricity ends up going to Los Angeles, which makes up about 3% of their total electricity usage.

    Plus they're a danger to birds. However, they are also an odd tourist attraction. 8-)

    Happy WW :-)

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  24. Thanks for reminding me of Wordless Wednesday. I keep forgetting.
    Gary

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  25. Wind energy is starting to be talked about quite a bit here too. Great photo! Happy WW and have a wonderful Thanksgiving! :)

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  26. That is an excellent way to go too. Very well done. Have a great WW. :)

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  27. Huge wind turbines are creeping closer and closer to our house- in Bliss they now have over 40 of them up and will have 67 before phase one of that project is done. I think they are great! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  28. Cool photo! I also like your photo blog. I'm always excited to find a fun photo blog. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. Hello, I hope you have a great day for Tomorrow. Happy Thanks Giving.

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  30. Cool. I actually think of windmills are quite photogenic. I have taken many photos of the big wind farms in the desert east of LA.

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  31. Cool. I actually think of windmills are quite photogenic. I have taken many photos of the big wind farms in the desert east of LA.

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  32. The wind farms here are amazing, great shot

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  33. Pros and cons to everything - these aren't very pretty, and some of them are noisy too, but anything that can give us a shot at reducing fossil fuel combustion is fine by me. I wish we'd have more of them along our (windy) coastline!

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  34. You sound like you did not WANT them...am I right? I think that they would be great to help with energy if we run out of it. I know they have tons of them in Nevada and California. Even have started putting some in our old state..Illinois.
    Hope you have a good Thanksgiving. Sandy

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  35. Nice picture. I honestly don't know enough about wind turbines to comment.

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