Neodymium and Dysprosium used in Wind Turbine Magnets

These rare earths are used in the magnets of wind turbines, and are mined in China under horrendous conditions. This is well known on the net. Poisoning causes children to be born terribly malformed, and people’s hair turns white at an early age. There are toxic lakes and a landscape of devastation, reeking and pungent, reminiscent of the worst of Cyfarthfa, Dowlais and Penderyn. We should go all out for LENR and pulsed LENR power stations, and power stations based on the circuits in UFT311, UFT321, UFT364, UFT382 and UFT383.


%d bloggers like this: