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Old 26-09-2019, 10:48 PM
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Originally Posted by regal_eagle View Post
I mistyped blades, the turbines as a whole though are generally made of 71/79% steel + other metals, all mined and reformed using fossil fuels. Fibreglass, plastics etc make up just 11-16%. My other point about them was them affecting the wildlife in the areas they are placed. Along with bird / bat collisions, which is possibly lower than reported, but offshore wind farms must surely be affecting delicate sea life.

So have you been working for decades in this field? Or is it that you just like using childish put-downs to inspire an adult conversation?
Why would concrete structures put into the sea bed affect delicate sea life? Genuine question as generally when you drop anything into the sea, like a boat, or a bit of steel, or concrete; sea life grows mentally around it.

Anyone who has ever dived would have seen this first hand.
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