Living The Green Dream In Boulder

We are having 70 MPH wind gusts and the electricity is out. Greens must be thrilled to be living like cavemen without the necessary survival skill set.

I had completely forgotten what the Milky Way looks like.

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13 Responses to Living The Green Dream In Boulder

  1. Boulder Greens are resting peacefully on their socially responsible $1,800 natural organic ecopure sustainably harvested tranquility wool futons tonight, listening to the music in their heads. And to some it feels like they are hearing the Beatles again.

    Familiar tune from Bernie Sanders is music to ears of thousands in Boulder

  2. AndyG55 says:


    This has got to hurt the alarmista scam…..

    Well, it would if the scam was anything to do with science and data.

    Oh well, 🙁

  3. ren says:

    Strong snowfall in Romania and Poland.

  4. kentclizbe says:

    70mph winds….

    Shouldn’t that be good for the green windmill power oozing from your outlets?

    Isn’t more wind a good thing? More wind = more windpower?

    • Judy F. says:

      No. Once the wind hits about 55-60 MPH ( or so, depending on the wind tower system) it is too much wind and the machines shut down. Ironic, but true.

      Not enough wind and the blades don’t turn. Too much wind and the blades shut down. They are like Goldilocks systems; it has to be jjuuusssttt right.

  5. Robertv says:

    If the same would happen in winter problems would be MUCH bigger.

  6. Nobama says:

    It’s a reminder that we all need to prepare for a future where the greenshirts have electricity down to a trickle. The argument to go offgrid isn’t to save the planet, but to save yourself from the eco-cult.

  7. Barbara says:

    Thank you Steve/Tony and all the commenters. Without you and a few other blogs, I would have to believe that all genuine scientific knowledge and wisdom, common sense has left our incredibly beautiful (not a pile of trash) earth.

  8. Dave1billion says:

    I showed my daughter her first look at the Milky Way the last time we were in Breckenridge (we actually went down to Hoosier Pass). Light pollution is so bad where I live now that on most nights she can actually count the stars.

    She was rightfully amazed to see the Milky Way stretch across the sky.

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