06 May '11, 2pm

Arguments Against Nuclear, Oil, Coal... And Wind

I think the image says it all. We can come up with some fairly legitimate reasons why we want to move away from nuclear, oil and coal as fuel sources. But wind? That's when the arguments against this renewable energy start to run fairly thin. And NIMBYism? Well, that one will hopefully fizzle out entirely.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/05/arguments-against...

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