Thank you, Pajarita ! I was hopeing that someone would say something very similar to what you said. We know that the manner that we have been operating for ,say the last 100 years, with its dependence upon fossil fuel was not the way to go. Even before we understood the ramifications of pollution and the consequences of global warming we knew that the fossil fuel would eventually run out and we would have to find a better more sustainable way to produce the energy demands of our world. I understand and sympathise with the various groups working tirelessly to protect our wildlife from us. But at the same time I have never felt that the answer was to shut down the wind or the solar power facilities. It may end up that the best way to provide the clean, renewable energy is to downsize from large production facilities to smaller local facilities, but if so they are going to be much more numerous. Perhaps all new construction of housing should be required to provide through wind and solar or other clean renewable means enough power for itself and some excess to go into the grid at a local level. I am sure that I don’t know the best way to proceed but, I don’t think that shutting these facilities down at this time is the right way to go.