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Sally M. Chetwynd

I noticed the wind farm in the background of your blog photo. I saw a number of these during a cross-country road trip in 2004. I'm pro-environment (although not rabid), interested in practical solutions that appeal to human nature.

Many who preach the development of wind energy out of one side of their mouths scream "NIMBY" out of the other side of their mouths when a wind farm is proposed in their neighborhoods. I found the wind farms that I saw in the mid-West curious and interesting, not a visual blight. Who says that all landscapes must be all natural? If we choose to be offended by the sight, we will be offended. We can choose not to be offended by the sight of wind turbines. This choice is the first step to acceptance. Over the past few decades, we have taught our citizenry to reject the development of anything which isn't pristine in the sense of the natural world. We need to teach them now that man-made structures can be seen as beautiful; if not beautiful, then perhaps more neutral, not necessarily a blight.

Laurence Modithre

Cool! Electric cars are really helpful to the environment and also to people. They can save more while contributing a positive effect to the condition of the Earth. I think if every country does this, nature wouldn't be affected negatively in the long run.

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I thank thee that I am none of the wheels of power but I am one with the living creatures that are crushed by it.


Dear vinavu, I humlby request you, not to publish the low -cheap -comments made by the agents of Indian pimps. It is very disturbing to see the comments made by some persons because their words are ugly and not fit to publish. The women of Assam and Kashmir are our sisters and mothers . If we cannot support them atleast we should not speak against them. They are in love with people like Spectrum Rajas,Chavans,Yeddis,and they will even love and make love with their own ..sorry i do not want to go beyond this.regards,K RaghavanChennai

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