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How wind turbines make their own clouds

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They are billed as vast sentinels that will protect our world from climate change.

But, at the same time, these wind turbines are creating a new little climate of their own. The 196ft structures whipped up the sea mist which blankets them in this photograph.

The phenomenon is caused by the spinning 130ft blades which churn up the warm air at sea level and mix it with cooler air above at Scroby Sands, near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.

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Mattshark and I were discussing the merits of using cloud warfare against Global Climate Change. If we could harness this product of wind turbines more reliably, it'd be a good way to reflect more light away, especially over the oceans up north and down south where the ice is melting.

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Mattshark and I were discussing the merits of using cloud warfare against Global Climate Change. If we could harness this product of wind turbines more reliably, it'd be a good way to reflect more light away, especially over the oceans up north and down south where the ice is melting.

clouds don't block infrared. that is where the heat comes from. also what ever is used to keep something out will keep that samething in.

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clouds don't block infrared. that is where the heat comes from. also what ever is used to keep something out will keep that samething in.

However, if you reflect the sunlight from the clouds before it ever hits and heats a solid surface, there will be less heat energy to hold in.

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