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Saturday, March 16, 2013

Kyoto ~ A New Protocol? Wind turbine crashes to the ground

A 38-ton wind turbine crashed 50 meters to the ground in Kyoto Prefecture after the steel column supporting it snapped, according to officials.
The massive Dutch-made turbine, which sat atop a Japanese-made steel column, was part of a mountain wind farm. It was put up in 2001 with an expected life of at least 17 years.


Anonymous said...

Did they hold a "first down" party?

Anonymous said...

The cacaphony of an industrial size turbine crashing to the ground would be music to the ears.

Oh, t'would have been wonderful to hear and see.