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Tag Archives: John Droz Jr.
Back on January 13, I posted this comment from an article at the Denver Post: ”Colorado has been spared a large hit in the first round of firings by Danish wind-turbine-maker Vestas Wind Systems, but large job cuts loom later … Continue reading
John Droz, Jr.,physicist and long time environmentalist, was recently invited to address Cape Cod citizens regarding industrial wind. According to responses, some 95% of attendees gave his presentation very positive marks. Always seeking the opportunity for discussion about the science … Continue reading
John Droz Jr. at MasterResource: Scientists versus Lobbyists: Looking for a Winning Strategy Against Big Wind
John Droz Jr. discusses citizen group strategy to counter big wind at MasterResource. Please proceed to the first installment of his excellent presentation via this link: Scientists versus Lobbyists: Looking for a Winning Strategy Against Big Wind Related link: Rethinking … Continue reading
Post shared courtesy of the Cleantech Group. Physicist John Droz argues that wind fails six of seven tests as a commercial power source, and is “an insult to science and mankind.” For the first hundred years or so of commercial … Continue reading
Mr. John Droz, Jr., a physicist and environmental advocate, has long proposed a national plan to promote scientifically sound energy (and environmental) solutions. We thank him for making available this important email he received from Dr. Ed Berry, an atmospheric … Continue reading
Adding a comment to Dr. Michael Trebilcock’s recent article at the Financial Post, John Droz, Jr. offered that “Wind needs to be in our energy mix to the same degree that Twinkies need to be in our diet.” Clear and … Continue reading
Recommended reading courtesy of John Droz, Jr. – “Wind industry blowing away our tax dollars,” by Kathleen Hartnett White – Guest Columnist at the Weatherford Democrat.