Ozy And Millie: Geosynchronous windmill

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Notes: Pasted-in corrections in panel 1.

  5 comments for “Ozy And Millie: Geosynchronous windmill

  1. Hmmm… If the windmill does land in his tulip bed, could the US count that as a missile strike from a neighboring nation?

  2. There are two flaws with the science on this. Firstly, there is no wire attatched to the windmill so the space electricy cannot get to earth. Second, sending the windmill to space will stop it from generating electricity in the first place, since wind is made of air, which space has none off.

    That said, dragons like to attempt the impossible, to see if it surprises them by actually working.

  3. First time I read this I laughed in tears to the geosynchronous tulip bed, and it never fails to tickle a laugh. Brilliant!

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