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Summary Edit

Wind turbines emitting harmless, zero-carbon steam as part of their normal operating process.


Rationale: (added as it's a bit of an in-joke) Warmists are constantly turning-out images of power stations spewing 'pollution' - actually steam from cooling towers, photoshopped to make it look darker. So, thought I'd do a little photoshopping on one of their pet products, which in this isolated case is spewing pollution. Although, not intentionally. I hope.

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However, the individual pixels may be a copyright violation.
Use for any purpose at your own risk, I care not!

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current22:41, June 3, 2012Thumbnail for version as of 22:41, June 3, 2012692 × 415 (65 KB)Lantash (talk | contribs)More realistic steam.
21:11, June 3, 2012Thumbnail for version as of 21:11, June 3, 2012692 × 415 (78 KB)Lantash (talk | contribs)Extra steam just for good measure.
22:04, March 20, 2012Thumbnail for version as of 22:04, March 20, 2012692 × 415 (54 KB)Lantash (talk | contribs)Wind turbine emitting harmless, zero-carbon steam as part of its normal operating process.