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Epic Fail: Offshore Wind Farms Are Killing Whales and Destroying Oceans

February 21, 2023 | Epic Fail: Offshore Wind Farms Are Killing Whales and Destroying Oceans |Image SourceBlue whales respond to simulated mid-frequency military sonar

The policies being promoted to support “green” industry have turned out to be gigantic failures that are actually destroying the environment and Life on Earth.

For example, “green” products such as electric vehicles and wind farms are exponentially increasing environmental degradation and human rights abuses due to the mining for exotic minerals and metals required to manufacture wind turbines, solar panels, and EV batteries.



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Another example of “green” policy failure is “climate” modification activities such as stratospheric aerosol injection (SAI) to block the sun.

1. It’s a fact that sunlight is essential for plants to grow, farming and health.

2. Blocking the sun defeats the purpose of having solar panels.

3. SAI is poisoning the environment with harmful contaminants such as sulfur dioxide (SO2), known to cause acid rain and asthma, especially in children.

As for the destruction caused by wind farms, in addition to killing birds, destroying our beautiful coastlines, and harming marine life, whales in particular are being tortured by the projects because the wind farm operations violently disrupt the natural ocean sounds with extremely loud noise so that whales are unable to communicate or navigate, and so they beach themselves to try and escape the assault.

READ:  Does Military Sonar Kill Marine Wildlife? – Scientific American

Sonar, acoustic sounding, and other destructive activities involved with windfarms are destroying sea life and must be immediately halted.

Link To Article:


Calls grow to stop offshore wind farms as another whale washes up in New Jersey – JDfor2024


Another dead whale found stranded on New York beach in ‘unusual mortality event’ along Atlantic coast | Fox News


Dead whales in New Jersey, New York, Florida: Humpbacks, an orca found (


Rally Over Whale Deaths Planned In Point Pleasant Beach | Point Pleasant, NJ Patch


‘Environmental Pollutant’ – How A Key Climate Agenda Tool Harms Endangered Species


New Jersey Offshore Survey Operations include more than sonar.



Link To Full Article HERE