Defender: Google isn’t trying hard enough to prove climate deniers

Essays by Eric Worrall

An example of green wanting to be destroyed: “Wind turbines not only tear birds apart, but also pile up in landfills“.

Google allows Daily Wire to advertise on searches ‘climate change is a hoax’

Exclusive: Data shared by the Center against Digital Hate shows that Ben Shapiro’s website bought ads on search terms denying the climate crisis

Geoff Dembicki in New York
@GeoffDembicki Jun 27 Jan 2023 22.00 AEDT

A media founded by paid conservative influencer Ben Shapiro Googleto advertise on search sites questioning whether the climate crisis is real, according to new research from a disinformation monitoring group.

“The hypocrisy of Google is zero,” said Imran Ahmed, CEO of the US and UK-based Center against Digital Hate, which provides exclusive research to the Guardian. limited. “They are actually selling the rights to climate deniers to spread misinformation.”

Last July, Daily Wire paid Google to promote its story “Wind turbines not only tore apart birds but piled up in landfills” anytime someone searches for “real facts about wind turbines”.

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Full video of that poor eagle;

It’s not hard to find videos of turbines beating birds, or gruesome stories – like the story of a rare bird that returned to the UK after 22 years without a trace, only to be killed shortly after arriving. in the presence of 40 birdwatchers.

Birdwatchers see rare birds killed by wind turbines

A group of bird-watching visitors witnessed a rare bird die after flying into a community wind turbine.

June 27, 2013, 4:29 pm

The white-throated warbler – the world’s fastest bird – flew thousands of miles off course after appearing at Tarbert on Harris Island.

It was first spotted by two bird spotters from Northumberland on Monday.

The species has not been seen in the UK since 1991 when a single bird was sighted four times – in Kent, Staffordshire, Derbyshire and finally Shetland.

Now, 22 years later, another species of White-throated Needletail has appeared in the UK.

But after more than 80 seizures fell on Harris – with more points along the way – the bird flew into a wind turbine in Tarbert, with about 40 people watching.

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Remember that people have to be in the right place at the right time to witness such tragedies, so it makes sense. Stories of people who witnessed deaths by wind turbines account for only a small fraction of the total number of deaths.

The problem is worse than videos and anecdotal stories of individual tragic deaths. Here’s a US Geological Survey scientist discussing the potential deaths of hundreds of thousands of bats each year. Author Paul Cryan is a US government research biologist at the Fort Collins Science Center.

Wind turbines are an obstacle to bats’ ability to link migration

Paul M. CRYAN∗

Unprecedented numbers of migratory bats have been found dead beneath industrial-scale wind turbines in late summer and fall in both North America and Europe. Before large-scale deployment of wind turbines, deadly collisions of migratory bats with man-made structures were rarely reported and were unlikely to happen. No other well-documented threat to migratory tree bat populations causes mortality to a similar extent to that observed in wind turbines. Only three migratory species account for the majority of bat kills at turbines in North America, and there are indications that turbines may actually attract migrating individuals toward their tongues. Although mortality of certain migratory species occurs over large geographical areas, mortality rate varies from site to site for mostly unknown reasons. Cumulative deaths for turbines in North America may have reached hundreds of thousands of bats per year. Studying the causes of bat deaths at wind turbines can determine the scale of the problem and help identify solutions. No migratory bat species known to be most affected by wind turbines is covered by conservation law, nor is there a legal mandate to promote research into the problem or implement solutions. potential.

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There is no way to stop the eagle from approaching the wind turbine.

As an amateur pilot, I have had to change course many times to avoid eagles during takeoff or landing, or even occasionally when flying thousands of meters above the ground. I have never seen an eagle try to evade my plane while it was in the air.

Many species like ibis perform evasive action when faced with something flying towards them, although they do not always take proper evasive action. But the eagle is at the top of the food chain. Millions of years of evolution have taught eagles that they have nothing to fear in the air. From what I have personally witnessed, I firmly believe that Eagles are not capable of learning to avoid wind turbines, their brains are simply incapable of seeing wind turbines as a threat.

Is renewable energy worth the mass deaths of protected birds and the potential to destroy entire species?

It’s not my decision, but it is a conversation that society should be allowed to have, through the free and open exchange of opinions.

In my opinion, the green party’s efforts to prevent, cancel monetization or hinder legitimate dialogues on climate change and government policy responses are no different. a blatant attack on freedom and democracy, and should be treated with the utter contempt they deserve.


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