What if there had been a 49 square mile wind farm in the Hudson River that day?



The plane was carrying 155 passengers that had just left John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City and was in trouble.

The engines failed from hitting a flock of birds.

The captain had to turn around and try to get back to the airport. He felt he didn't have enough time to land there, he would crash, so he landed it in the Hudson Bay, and it landed safely, no one died.

If the Chevelon Butte wind farm was built there in the Hudson River what would have happened?

There was no other place to land, everyone would have died.

We are on the wrong flight path with these enormous propellers stretching up in to touch other worlds beyond the sky.

Propellers belong on planes, NOT ON rivers, oceans, farms, vast open landscapes.



copyright 2020 Kenneth Wegorowski