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Fwd: Truth Tellers launches Maine Screening series


Please share with friends From: Richard Kane <kanelewisproductions@gmail.com> Subject: Truth Tellers launches Maine Screening series Truth Tellers launches Maine Screening series https://shoutout.wix.com/so/97Nq0wj5b?languageTag=en Stonington Opera House Saturday, November 20, 7pm –          Q&A with Robert Shetterly and Richard Kane Sunday, November … Continue reading

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Hydropower dam/reservoir complexes are a global warming (and other) threat


Now that Dick and Pam have provided some information for Question One, here’s my take. Other aspects of Question One that are not being discussed very much, if at all, are: Why is Massachusetts using this corridor and this kind … Continue reading

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What about the corridor from


There’s an interesting tidbit toward the end of this article from today: www.pressherald.com/2021/10/31/question-1-qa-win-or-lose-power-line-fight-will-continue/ which says “To connect with the U.S. grid, NECEC energy supplier Hydro-Quebec needs to build the 62-mile Appalaches-Maine Interconnection, roughly from Thetford Mines, Quebec, to the Maine … Continue reading

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***SPAM*** Re: Fwd: solar vs hydro issues – electrification – grid/gtransmisison and distribution issues/ NECEC facts


The question here is how to avoid circular reasoning. If the dams are contributing to global warming (the old name for climate change), then to say climate change is causing the events we’re discussing is circular reasoning. One could say, … Continue reading

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Fwd: solar vs hydro issues – electrification – grid/gtransmisison and distribution issues/ NECEC facts


Thanks for those thoughts, Pam, and for the reference to the earlier BDN op-ed. Your assertions seem by and large technically correct. My take on them is only that they are (very) short-sighted, missing the much larger issue of the … Continue reading

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Fwd: solar vs hydro issues – electrification – grid/gtransmisison and distribution issues/ NECEC facts


Dear Dick and HCCN:   Here are my thoughts Pam Person co-founder of Coalition for Sensible EDnedrgy and Maine Global Cimate Change On Sat, Oct 30, 2021 at 10:54 AM at&t <phppwp@aol.com“>phppwp@aol.com> wrote: There is no totally clean, free from … Continue reading

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Another excellent piece on the danger of hydrologic manipulation by megadams


Here’s the text, in case the PPH paywall might prevent access. It is particularly clear on how the destruction of cooling currents is heating up the Gulf of Maine. Guest column: CMP corridor poses risks to Gulf of Maine Frederick … Continue reading

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Hydropower dam/reservoir complexes are a global warming (and other) threat


In case anyone on this list has been persuaded that hydropower is “green” and “sustainable,” I’m offering two reality checks (not “fact checks”) on that topic. I hope these will help to disabuse anyone of the notion that voting NO … Continue reading

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7/3 7pm – Rob Shetterly “Americans Who Tell the Truth” free event in Surry


http://surryartsandevents.com/event/art-at-the-barn-robert-shetterly-americans-who-tell-the-truth-3

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TWELVE POEMS FOR MAY


TWELVE POEMS FOR MAY   I came to realize that Mind is no other than mountains and rivers and the great wide earth, the Sun, the moon and the stars. Dogen Zenji (13th century, Japanese poet, monastic & mystic) MAY … Continue reading

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