Wind farms at Palm Springs 80% spinning - 40% producing electricity 40% producing wind thus using electricity



New Years Day 2020 was a fun day but it was also disturbing and weird as I was studying wind mills at Palm Springs at the Interstate 10 that millions of people drive by and are mesmerized by their size and how they are saving us from climate change. About 80% of them were spinning though it wasn't all that windy but there was spurts of wind blowing what looked like enough to get that energy pumping into homes, so they say.

Here's the fun part, driving west on I-10 from Indian Canyon Boulevard Avenue Street Court Circle**** I look up and they are spinning clockwise but I keep looking and looking and looking at the blades between looking at the road to see what angle the blades were, and thus what direction the wind must be blowing to make those thing spin. I take note, figuring that the wind must be then coming from the east. They were pointed toward the east.

I continue and I'm still looking at the ones closest to me and to the left and they are doing the same thing, but as I look in the distance there are many others going the opposite direction, counter clockwise.

HUH? I guess maybe they are other models built opposite angles?

I get onto the 62 then get off at Dillon and then onto Worsley and stop, get out of the car, look around and am baffled. There's no wind. Many are spinning exactly the speeds they were minutes prior.

Ok, sometimes there's little wind on the ground, but there can be more higher up. I wait and study for a whle again baffled that the ones in the distance that are the ones I first saw are going opposite direction.

Wind kicks up on the ground. Ok maybe this is enough wind so it must have been windy up top.

I study these ones here above me and on the west side of 62. The are all going counter clockwise.

I study the blade angles - they are MAKING WIND. They are not being spun BY THE WIND. They are burning up energy. They are pushing against the wind.

I am guessing that the wind was varied so much that day in spots. They may have used these turbines to burn up the energy the other turbines were making or from other sources as the grid cannot stand chaotic energy and grid operators will not allow that energy to throw it out of balance, thus this is part of how these systems operate, DUMPING ENERGY.

Why are they not presenting this aspect of how these sytems function to the public? Simple, if they public realized this which is exactly what I intend they learn in 2020 they will demand this use of THEIR ENERGY stop. 

Wind farms are energy transfer systems, they are not solving climate change as climate does that all by itself no matter what man does like didn't we learn this in the 1950's?

They transfer YOUR ENERGY to theirs. Stop ruining the planet with these wasteful projects.

**** this is a poke at the city council of the 2007 range at Desert Hot Springs where they in their grand dios visions of massive growth which never happened they renamed the street to match Palm Springs version of that road as it sits south of the Interstate 10 highway, their idea was that it makes that northern desolate stretch of what is mostly single lane roadway to nowhere feel and fit more into the Palm Springs vibe. This concept is absurd. They were never happy with Desert Hot Springs being what it is, more of a small poorer town that had an old beat up little but rather cute downtown, rather than what Palm Springs is, a world wide destination. So it had ramained Indian Avenue it would have actually provided more safety and you know how government is always pitching how important it is to "keep us safe" kind of now like how a neurotic hovering parent would keep a child in their room afraid they'd be hurt playing with friends outdoors. Calling it Indian Avenue gave everyone a designation in their mind, such as "when you arrive in from Los Angeles you drive through the movie sets that waste our energy producing energy theatricks and exit onto Indian Avenue" thus they knew they were to follow that into Desert Hot Springs. If they went to Indian Canyon they knew they were heading into Palm Springs. Now it's just one big blob of a name. It's like as if Route 66 which becomes main street in many towns across the country is instead called Main Street and it is 2600 miles long. You have to spend time explaining what state, what town, what neighborhood, etc. that SECTION of Main Street is in. It took NO EXTRA SECONDS at all to tell someone of an emergency on Indian Avenue and the emergency department knew exactly what city it was in. This provides more safety at no added high tech cost. If any emergency personell were notified that there was need to respond to Indian Avenue THEY KNEW IMMEDIATELY WHERE TO GO. If it was said it happened on Indian Canyon they knew it was Palm Springs. We always hear these politicians pitch how they need millions and billions more of our money not even yet printed yet to save seconds on response times as they pitch "those seconds saved save lives" yet they never considered this simple fact of how naming roads save lives and save millions of dollars but of course as most of us know that often is not their priority to save money. Sorry dear public, I was too shy at the time to speak up and try to help them see the stupidity of wasting money on that. Public officials tend not to listen to logic anyway as we saw in the Kovid Runway debaucle where they all fell in line and all over themselves everywhere in the Blue states to shut down businesses, make people stay home, struggle with breathing normally, and force them to be injected with big pHARMa cyst glue, all in the name of avoiding dangerous unicorns so in 2020 hindsight I believe they wouldn't have listened to this statement of leaving the name as it was "Indian Avenue". Oh and their lofty ventures that included 30 million in bonds added to their debt to repurpose the downtown into a resort heaven never materialized and they went near bankrupt until the marijuana farms were approved which added that odd smell noticed in various areas nearby these factories. (added 5/7/2023)


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