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 Posted: Thu Sep 29th, 2016 08:46 am
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Robert Comerford

 

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The call that renewables caused this problem would be laughable if so many idiots didn't believe that garbage. One big problem was those towers were designed when SA didn't experience cyclonic winds.

If it is not snowing in the city you can drive up the hills just to the west of town (past Mt Stromlo observatory)Tony if you have access to a vehicle. Shouldn't have to go far.

Adelaide is a mix of electric and railmotors for it's limited suburban rail services Forrest. They do also have a very small electrified tram service.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adelaide_Metro

What I found amazing was to discover some years ago that after the midwest of the USA the next most prolific place for tornadoes was Victoria.

cheers
Bob

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