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Windmills and Waterwheels

April 5, 2012
Charles G. Mills, Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation
Many proponents of “renewable energy” are hypocrites
who have no real interest in renewable energy.

About the time that the superiority of bronze and iron tools to stone ones became apparent, man learned that he could harness the power of the wind and flowing streams and rivers. Long before man discovered that electricity could flow through a wire or that steam could turn a wheel, his windmills and waterwheels produced power to serve his needs, for example, powered millstones provided ground grains.

Wind power and water power should be attractive to environmentalists as renewable sources of energy. They are not so, however, because the secret goal of environmentalists is not renewable energy but the death of the Industrial Age.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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