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GLOBAL WARMING: Frigid Weather Cripples ‘Green’ Wind Farms In Texas, Causing Statewide Power Outages [with Comment by PHB]

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Patrick H. Bellringer:  The eilite controllers and the lying media have blamed "global warming" on the  people. They have created a lie that there are too many cars and other vehicles that are emitting noxious gases, etc., and the great structures with their smoke in the air is the cause of the glaciers melting.  Does anyone think otherwise?  Do you realize there are over 5,000 active volcanoes under the ocean that are causing the warming of the waters?  This has caused the glaciers to melt in places.  However you must realize that the controllers have used weather modification for years.  They can cause floods, rain, terrible ice storms and the such. This storm in Texas is one of their "creations"  Their whole goal is to depopulate the planet.  Yes, the oceans have warmed some, and Mother Earth is, in some clases trying to get rid of the negativity in her surface, but this lie of  "global warming" is to cause more control over the people on Planet Earth.  Anything they can do to make you suffer they will do.  Remembe, they say you are just the goyim (cattle) and a worthless eater.   They want you gone so they have only a small poplulation of ones (mostly clones) left  to control all. 

"It ain't  gonna fly, Orville!  You elities is a comin' down!"   ...PHB


Half of Texas' massive fleet of wind turbines are out of commission amid record-low temperatures

GLOBAL WARMING: Frigid Weather Cripples ‘Green’ Wind Farms In Texas, Causing Statewide Power Outages

Unprecedented temperature plunges across the U.S. in this week have dealt a a severe blow to the power grid in Texas, which derives a significant portion of its power from green energy wind turbines. The state is now suffering a rotating series of power outages as electric service providers struggle to deal with the weather crisis.

Historically low temperatures have iced over wind turbines across Texas, which do not have any systems capable of keeping them running through cold weather.


“This is a unique winter storm that’s more widespread with lots of moisture in West Texas, where there’s a lot of times not a lot of moisture,” Senior Director of System Operations for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas Dan Woodfin noted, adding, “It’s certainly more than what we would typically assume.”


“As of 3:24AM there are now 1,408,377 customers without electricity in Texas. Rotating blackouts may continue for a while unless additional power generating capacity if found or energy use decreases. Most ‘spare’ capacity was eliminated because many wind turbines are frozen…” Texas Storm Chasers reported on Twitter.



The Austin American-Statesman reports that roughly half of Texas’ wind turbines are out of commission:

Nearly half of Texas’ installed wind power generation capacity has been offline because of frozen wind turbines in West Texas, according to Texas grid operators.

Wind farms across the state generate up to a combined 25,100 megawatts of energy. But unusually moist winter conditions in West Texas brought on by the weekend’s freezing rain and historically low temperatures have iced many of those wind turbines to a halt.

As of Sunday morning, those iced turbines comprise 12,000 megawatts of Texas’ installed wind generation capacity, although those West Texas turbines don’t typically spin to their full generation capacity this time of year.

The recent cold front has left many climate experts grappling with the challenge of explaining how the temperature plunges are related to global warming.