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Steven Rader compares the Moldovan Twitter Revolution to the storming of the Capitol this week.
Steven Rader compares the Moldovan Twitter Revolution to the storming of the Capitol this week.
 
A new study from the U.S. Navy says expanding the Amazon Wind Farm site near Elizabeth City, as the operator planned to do, may cause interference with the Navy's radar-tracking facility in southern Virginia
A new study from the U.S. Navy says expanding the Amazon Wind Farm site near Elizabeth City, as the operator planned to do, may cause interference with the Navy's radar-tracking facility in southern Virginia
 
After operating a little more than a year, the Amazon Wind Farm, North Carolina's only large-scale wind energy project, continues to cause concerns
After operating a little more than a year, the Amazon Wind Farm, North Carolina's only large-scale wind energy project, continues to cause concerns
 
North Carolina's legislative leaders want the incoming Trump administration to consider shutting down the $400 million, 104-turbine Amazon Wind Farm project under construction near Elizabeth City because, they say, the massive turbines would interfere with a nearby radar facility run by the military
North Carolina's legislative leaders want the incoming Trump administration to consider shutting down the $400 million, 104-turbine Amazon Wind Farm project under construction near Elizabeth City because, they say, the massive turbines would interfere with a nearby radar facility run by the military
 
Despite initial concerns by the U.S. Navy that a massive wind farm near Elizabeth City will disrupt a sophisticated radar station located near the Virginia-North Carolina border, the $400 million project will proceed, and the Navy will have no recourse even if radar performance is disrupted.
Despite initial concerns by the U.S. Navy that a massive wind farm near Elizabeth City will disrupt a sophisticated radar station located near the Virginia-North Carolina border, the $400 million project will proceed, and the Navy will have no recourse even if radar performance is disrupted.
 
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