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There were rows and rows of wind turbines, spinning their fans off.
This was what she loved most about Denmark. It was a lovely place to relax and vacation, but the wind turbines not only was a symbol of economic and energy progression, they were just simply so modern and so beautiful.
Like plastic flowers lined up on a flat, grassy garden.
By Izumi URL on 07.09.2012
So powerful, basically just a wheel. I wonder if the Stone Age guy who invented it could see that his invention would lift big machines up in the air thousand of years later.
By Julia on 07.09.2012
Turbine? I’ve only heard in physics lesson a year ago. Is it the spinning thing that generates electricity?Wait, did I get it confused with motor instead?
By Sabrina Firdaus URL on 07.09.2012
Turbine? I’ve heard that name in a physics lesson a year ago. Is this the thing which generates electricity? Or did I get it confuse with motor instead?
It sounds like something to do with a jet engine, although I have never heard the word before. It’s interesting and also sounds like a chemical of some sort. It sounds like it could be something of high speed, or something that could be found in a bucket full of cleaning supplies.
By Rayray on 07.09.2012
blow me away
spin me round and throw me out
By bstone on 07.09.2012
a turbine is a good way to generate electricity in a sustainable way. There should be more turbines in the oceans in order to produce some, I’d support that even if I don’t have a clue about energy.
By steffi on 07.09.2012
A turbine is a wrap that goes around an Arab’s head. I actually know this is wrong but I cannot think of what a turbine is
By Trish on 07.09.2012
it flies fast
passes me by
the power of it’s turbine
is beyong mine
wait for me
don’t pass me by
By dirtymaggiemae on 07.09.2012
One word? I choose “love”. I have experienced love many times in my quarter-lifetime. Family, friends, relationships. Each and every one has brought me great joy, as each and every one has brought me greast sadness. Love is a feeling, something we cannot see but something we all believe in.
By Lili on 07.09.2012
Turbine engines I have no idea what they ate . I’d like to google te word and lern something today,no matter hw smal.
By Nushia URL on 07.09.2012
The spinning turbine caught me off guard. Watching its mechanical swoon made me nauseous and I tilted backward on my feet until I caught myself. I was hypnotized, transfixed, and delirious.
By dan URL on 07.09.2012
When I turned on the turbine of my 2010 Dodge Challenger, it was the most amazing feeling ever.
I have a car. A fast car.
I took it around the block. I wish people were around to see me in this.
I then decided to take it down the roadkill, about 2 miles away. I wanted to see how fast this baby could really go.
By MollyJ URL on 07.09.2012
The turbine flew at lightning speed churning out chaff from wheat and sending it down the line to the makers and the takers of the bread it became.
By Patricia De Angelis on 07.09.2012
Aren’t turbines those things in machines that go round and round and hep things go?
By Katie on 07.09.2012
The turbine was over 500 feet wide and 500 feet tall. When spun, some say it was so loud it could be heard from outer space. In fact, they were right. So we zapped it. Darn earthlings.
By Estevan URL on 07.09.2012
The wind blew through the turbine, sending all of the remains of the bird flying. White dust of bones, the mist of fresh blood and guts, and tiny little feathers covered Doug, the newest airline employee.
By Naillil on 07.09.2012
Wine turbines cause a lot of trouble. Where I live they have a campaign: “Save the vale fight the wind turbines”. I say “Screw the Vale- save the world”.
By Beth on 07.09.2012
I have absolutely no clue what turbine means, actually. It makes me think of turbulence in an airplane, which makes me very excited for this London and Dublin trip coming up in fourteen or so days. It’s going to be a life-changing experience and I can’t wait. I have to thank my Grandmother for that since she’s the one who supported both my sister and I and paid for the entire thing. We’re singing in Saint Patrick;s Cathedral in Dublin, mass in Westminster Abbey, and in the London Olympic Arena itself. Today in practice it’s just going to be learning our dances but it’s still going to be great!
By Anonymous on 07.09.2012
What the hell do i have to write about this?i learnt bout this stuff in my IB ess class, seems pretty cool. i had a horrible teacher for this class, she was so short and was always shouting at us,although she seemed to have good intentions. crazy short woman.what the hell was her problem?maybe she had a turbine up her ass.
By bethel hailu on 07.09.2012
She woke with a jerk.
Not the snoring, naked man beside her.
The physical kind.
Sitting up in the darkness, eyes wide open, she can’t calm the turbine in her chest.
3:18 shines brightly from the TV set top box.
By Ella Lussuria URL on 07.09.2012
Go fast was all that was going through the mans mind as he looked around. No one sitting there, no one at all. He pressed on the cars gas and started driving as fast as he could, not stopping.
This all felt right in his heart, driving fast and never stopping for anything. It was his goal. It was his life.
By rich1ralak on 07.09.2012
The wind turbines as I drive to Williams always amaze me. I don’t really understand how they operate; sometimes I see them moving when there is very little wind. Other times they look to be totally static even on gusty days. Still driving towards the purple valley, I think they add rather to rather than detract from the natural beauty.
By Kiernan on 07.09.2012
Combine your love of wind and power and turn it into something altogether more useful. A wind turbine once crashed into my house and I let it. It wasn’t so much that I minded the inconvenience, I actually relished the attention.
By Eithne McGreal on 07.09.2012
I am a turbine, spinning relentlessly, churning out cosmic energy, and the oil of love keeps me spiralling smoothly.
By spiralpixie URL on 07.09.2012
I don’t really know what a turbine is. I believe it’s something in a car..? Or in a motor. Possibly an engine. I heard my brothers talk about it the other day when we were helping my oldest brother move. I think, think, thiiink it seriously is something in an engine. And it goes “VROOM VROOM.”
By Princess Rosano on 07.09.2012
the planes turbine churned loudly. theres a very distinct sound of a plane, and i hate how it changes when your ears pop, it really ticks me off. because whenever i eat starbursts or yawn my ears pop and everything always gets louder. its the worst. n’am say?
By jackauen URL on 07.09.2012
her world is torn, like the blades of a turbine have ripped through her heart, and the blood stains the white blades like a cruel reminder that it is over.
By StillAnonymous on 07.09.2012
NIMBY. nimbyism. i want the world to be good and well but not in my back yard. my back yard is not to be a good place. it is to be a sad, dirty, lonely place. where only i get the sunshine that creeps through the thick yellow smog. my back yard. i don’t want clean sunshine in my backyard. no. no sir. not in my back yard.
By Lily URL on 07.09.2012
Turbines are really nice because back in the 60′s when they were first made, people pronounced it turban instead. Which I think is hilarious.
By ian URL on 07.09.2012
text and letters
let’s all fly away
let’s all fly away
splashing round the fishin hole.
A wind turbine is a machine that can be used to make energy. This is way better than using natural/fossil fuels. Turbines, solar panels and other energy saving mechanisms can be used to save the planet!
By Emily URL on 07.09.2012
jet engines spinning wicked fast, jet blast will knock you on your ass. the fumes stink and burn your eyes. but that’s what it takes to get in the s
By bill mitchell URL on 07.09.2012
i used to drive between here and there. it was a long drive, about eight hours. at one point of the trip, there was about an hour where there were wind turbines along the mountain. it was heartening and familiar. seemed to bode well.
Turbines, in their various forms, are likely to become vital to the future energy needs of our country and the world. We must research all options for using turbines for this purpose.
By Race Bannon URL on 07.09.2012
I got nothing. asdfghjkl;e4r5t6y7u8i90oldrftgyhuji
OMG IM SO POETIC <3333
By Julia MIraglia URL on 07.09.2012
big turning engineering. SS Great Britain and the power of the industrial revolutions. Ships – can’t go anywhere without them, Tate Modern and the big hall where the turbines used to be churning out electricity.
By Pauline on 07.09.2012
Turboencabulator. Complete with nofur trunions, reciprocating dingle arm, and of course side fumbling is effectively prevented.
By Noisy Quiet URL on 07.09.2012
A turbine engine i guess. I’ve never been interested in anything like that. And nothing really comes to mind. I feel really dumb right now. But I guess a turbine spins? maybe. I don’t know. And i dont care enough to find out.
By Lauren URL on 07.09.2012
The wind blew and was finally strong enough to get the turbine rotating. Sybill was quietly sitting on the little wooden bench and watching the huge wings moving. She calculated the produced energy and smiled, it was finally enough to turn the A/C on again.
By Fredda URL on 07.09.2012