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Wind Industry Claims Flying Blades & Crashing Turbines a ‘Landmark & Tourist Attraction’ February 25, 2016

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Those daring young men in their flying machines. Machines that were not designed to fly, certainly. ‘Structural liberation’ sounds closer to Alinsky/Lenin/Stalin talk than to political conversation, but what do I know, I’m just a Yank…

STOP THESE THINGS

BladeFailure_Spain Hacienda hit with ‘liberated’ blade in Spain.

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The number of cases involving collapsing turbines and flying blades (aka “component liberation”) has become so common that, if we were a tad cynical, we would go so far to suggest the possibility of some kind of pattern, along the lines proffered by Mr Bond’s nemesis, Goldfinger: “Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times it’s enemy action”.

Turbines keep crashing back to earth in frightening numbers – from Brazilto KansasPennsylvaniaGermany and ScotlandDevon and everywhere in between: Ireland has been ‘luckier’ than most (see our posts here and here) and their luck is being enjoyed in Sweden too (see our post here).

A month or so back, Swedes had the pleasure of waking up to the sound of a vertically-challenged 290 tonne, whirling Danish Dervish splattering itself across a country road, fortunately…

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