reblog: The most powerful wind farm in the world is about to be born: it is located in Denmark and will have the new Vestas wind turbines — ° BLOG ° Gabriele Romano

Landscape Photography Of Wind Turbines – https://www.pexels.com/it-it/foto/fotografia-di-paesaggi-di-turbine-eoliche-532192/ In fact, in Italy, above all for the landscape environment, they tend to place wind turbines only on windy hills of little interest… and the sea is a protected area although in recent years projects have been launched to place wind turbines in other places of the Italian […]

The most powerful wind farm in the world is about to be born: it is located in Denmark and will have the new Vestas wind turbines — ° BLOG ° Gabriele Romano

I’m not a scientist, physicist, meteorologist, nor biologist, but something has been nagging in the back of my mind about generating energy using wind and ocean waves.  If enough of these things are put into the sky and into the water, will it slow the wind and the waves down to a point where they stop, or slow down to a point where they aren’t functional anymore?  I know there is a law of thermodynamics that says energy is not created or destroyed, just changed from one form into another.  The propellers slow the wind and the hydroelectric generators slow the waves.  Each one not much, but if you multiply them…  I think solar is a better way to go for now, at least in locations that get fair amounts of sun, at least until we figure out something better. 

6 Comments Add yours

  1. trentpmcd says:

    In the near term there is no way we could build enough to effect wind or wave. On the other hand, there are other bad effects. and with solar. No easy was to create enough to satisfy our energy thirst.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      I can believe it, Trent. We do demand our energy. You just reminded me of a quiz someone sent me recently about ways to cut energy use. I will post it in a bit.

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  2. Badfinger (Max) says:

    I don’t know about the waves but the turbines kill so many birds a year…I hate that part. I’m not sure about what you said…I would think the wind and waves would be too vast to effect it…but I’m I could very well be wrong.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      I am thinking down the line if the whole planet got covered with them. It just makes me a little uneasy.

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      1. Badfinger (Max) says:

        Well… it would depend on how many… you are right. It could do something.

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