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http://www.firstwindblog.com/a-day-in-the-life-as-a-bull-hill-wind-operator/

"Two SunEdison employees and six Vestas employees work at Bull Hill daily..."

"An average [311 foot] turbine climb takes around 10 minutes and is performed two to four times per week."

"It produces about 85,000 sticks per day at the plant, according to vicfirth.com."

Firefighters battle blaze at drumstick factory in Newport — Penobscot — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine http://bangordailynews.com/2014/09/21/news/penobscot/firefighters-battle-blaze-in-newport/?ref=relat...

Talked to Martha. She's seen Jurassic World 4 times, once with Peter & Cassie. Peter laughed. She also recommends Spy.

Mike Caulfield @holden on Twitter: "Got one of the most generally useful insights from a year of down to 500 words: http://hapgood.us/2015/07/22/follow-up-reader-as-link-author/"

https://twitter.com/holden/status/624303605437173761

Jocelyn Bell Burnell: 'a bit of "scruff''
From Eros to Gaia
Cosmic Search Vol. 1, No. 1 - Little Green Men, White Dwarfs or Pulsars? http://www.bigear.org/vol1no1/burnell.htm

BREAKFAST http://breakfastny.com/

@BREAKFASTny Followed by joshua schachter and Liz Shook.

Hypothesis https://hypothes.is/a/4pSbWRxBRZS9EU0rVaL79Q
"Forexample, in a 2–MW wind turbine, the weight of the rotorand the tower is typically about 250 tons [10]. As reportedbelow, a kite generator of the same rated power can beobtained using a 500–m2kite and cables 1000–m long, witha total weight of about 2 tons only."
Is this a reasonable claim?