There is at least a 1/2 mile between each of these monsters but it's hard to tell because they are so huge

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Comment by Guidothesemipsuedocaptitalistpig on August 5, 2011 at 11:17pm
In smaller countries will much smaller energy footprints it is cost effective and low in scale... In the USA to generate enough energy to even power the needs of this town one would need the whole rest of the county covered with all of the solar and wind available and even then would still need more... not to mention the fact you could not grow as many crops to be food neutral any longer.
Comment by Guidothesemipsuedocaptitalistpig on August 5, 2011 at 11:10pm
Anyone can build one for there own if they have the property..the issues is can you get all of your power that way to jusify the cost of the system.. As with any other government solution they think scale of size will make them cost effective.. I have yet to see this work however.
Comment by Christopher R. Keough on June 26, 2011 at 6:42am
Awesome. In california, these are everywhere traveling throughout the coastal regions. I want one for my own. LOL. I do believe that this is the best clean option for the future.

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