Yet another opportunity for the wind industry (and yes, there is such a thing) to insert wind turbines into popular culture so as to assimilate the American public to become accustomed to seeing them, therefore when they come knocking on our doors in our neighborhoods and cities to put them in our areas, we are desensitized to them. Learn the reality of what it's like to live on top of an electrical grid. Learn the wind industry's awful record of not caring about the adverse health effects of these monstrosities near human populations, other than to conduct their own guinea-pig studies (as opposed to unbiased empirical research) to see "what they are doing to us" - AFTER they have already been placed. They divide communities. They are "green" indeed - generating a lot of green for those responsible for putting them in our midst.
Ever wonder why you're seeing more and more of these things on cereal boxes, TV and movies, kids books, billboards, advertising unrelated to wind energy? Because it's a massive PR push to make sure that when they come knocking on your door in rural areas, you jump at the chance, because they're not alien any longer.
And the backlash is only beginning, in Europe, and in the US as well.
LEARN THE FACTS